Programming Planck units from a virtual electron: a simulation hypothesis
Christchurch, New Zealand
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Accepted: 2 June 2018
Published online: 26 July 2018
The simulation hypothesis proposes that all of reality is an artificial simulation. In this article I describe a simulation model that derives Planck level units as geometrical forms from a virtual (dimensionless) electron formula that is constructed from 2 unit-less mathematical constants; the fine structure constant and (, ). The mass, space, time, charge units are embedded in according to these ratios; (), giving mass , time , length , ampere . We can thus, for example, create as much mass M as we wish but with the proviso that we create an equivalent space L and time T to balance the above. The 5 SI units kg, m, s, A, K are derived from a single unit that also defines the relationships between the SI units: , , , , . To convert MLTA from the above , geometries to their respective SI Planck unit numerical values (and thus solve the dimensioned physical constants G, h, e, c, me, kB) requires an additional 2-unit-dependent scalars. Results are consistent with CODATA 2014. The rationale for the virtual electron was derived using the sqrt of momentum P and a black-hole electron model as a function of magnetic-monopoles AL (ampere-meters) and time T.
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