Originally Posted by Sideshow Bob
When it comes to some of the simulations scientists or game developers create, i recently learned while watching some MIT open courses on algorithms
.. that raw computing speed isnt the 'end all'
Thats what some of these authors covering this theory seem to gloss over
It really depends on the math and engineering principles that are applied when writing one. If the algorithm is well thought out, with scalability and other contraints in mind, it will process inputs that grow exponentially more complex better than say a different algorithm running on a supercomputer.
You could be using a Pentium II and still beat the other.
Developers pushing the PS3 beyond what they thought were once its limits is a good example.
electricity in the universe, works like our neural network, it operates outside our visible spectrum (check how all the planets/suns/centre of each galaxy has huge magnetic jets/magnetic ribbons linking them altogether) in fact everything nasa is announcing, it indeed pointing to the universe being electric..
i know u dont want me to turn another topic into fractals/fibonacci/dna(holographic)
but those are part of the programming (algorithms)languages for this simulation,.
Galaxy map hints at fractal universe
The Holographic Universe: Is Our 3D World Just an Illusion?
World’s Most Precise Clocks Could Reveal Universe Is a Hologram
i have plenty of links.. lol books are better tho
Fibonacci series a mystery sequence and nature universe
DAN WINTERS RESEARCH !!! (is it teh same dan winter as doomsdan????)
Originally Posted by Drunken Monk
lol @ all this
indeed, i posted the article as it was written in an amusing way, it wasnt too serious....
but factually... how do you get to view this reality as real??
its just electrical signals decoded by your brain,.
this may help.