Virtual Reality

Physical realism is the view that the physical world we see is real and exists in itself, alone. Most people think this is self-evident, but physical realism has faced the facts of physics until some time ago. The paradoxes that have amazed physicists of the last century still amaze us today, and their great hopes with string theory and supersymmetry have not led us anywhere.

Quantum theory, on the other hand, works, but it is quantum waves that confuse, overlap, and then fall to a point where it is physically impossible - they must be "imaginary." So, for the first time in history, a theory of what does not exist is if it successfully predicts what exists, but how can the unreal predict the real?

Quantum realism is the opposite view - that the quantum world is real and is creating the physical world as a virtual reality. Quantum mechanics therefore predicts physical mechanics, as it causes it. Saying that quantum states do not exist, physics is like the Wizard of Oz telling Dorothy, "Do not pay attention to the person behind the curtain!"

Quantum realism is not like the Matrix movie, where the other world that created ours was also physical. And not even an idea of ​​a brain under experiment, as this virtuality was in play long before humanity arrived. It is not even a ghost that other worlds modify ours - our physical world is a ghost. In physical realism, the quantum world is impossible, but in quantum realism the physical world is impossible - except in a virtual reality - as the examples below show.

Physical Realism: Everyone has heard of the Big Bang, but if the physical universe is all there, how did it start? A complete universe in general should not change, as long as there is nowhere to go or from where to go, and nothing else that can change it. However, in 1929, astronomer Edwin Hubble discovered that all galaxies are moving away from us, implying a Big Bang that occurred at a point in space-time about 14 billion years ago.

The discovery of radiation with the cosmic background around us (seen as static on our television screens) confirmed that not only did our entire universe begin at that point, but its space and time began at that moment. Now, a universe that began and existed before its creation.

It is impossible for a complete universe to start on its own, out of nothing. Strange as it may seem, this is what most physicists believe today. They suggest that the first event was a quantum vacuum oscillation (in quantum mechanics, a pair of particles and anti-particles are known to be thrown in and out of existence). But if matter just jumps out of space, where does space jump from?

How can a quantum fluctuation in space create space? How can time itself have a beginning. Quantum Realism: Every virtual reality starts with a first event, which also begins in its own space and time. In this view, the Big Bang occurred when our physical universe began, including its space-time operating system. Quantum realism suggests that the Big Bang was really a big "tear".

Einstein concluded that nothing travels faster than light in a vacuum from how our world behaves, and this has since been termed a universal constant, but it is not clear why this is the case. Consequently: "the speed of light is constant, as it is, and because light is not composed of anything simple." To answer the question "Why can't things move faster and faster?" with the answer “Because it is hardly satisfactory. Light slows down in water or glass, and when it moves in water we say that the medium is water, and when it moves in glass we say that the medium is glass, but when it moves in empty space we fall silent.

How can a wave not shake anything? There is no physical basis for light to move in an empty space, let alone be defined as the highest possible speed. Quantum Realization: If the physical world is a virtual reality, it is a product of information processing. Information is defined as a choice by a certain group, so that even the variable processing is finite, and in fact our world is refreshed at a certain rate.

A supercomputer processor refreshes 10 trillion times per second, and our universe refreshes a trillion times faster than that, but the principle is the same. Just as a screen image has pixels and a refresh rate, so does our world have Planck Length and Time. In this scenario, the speed of light is greater because the network can not transmit anything faster than one pixel per cycle - Plank Length divided by Plank Time, or about 300,000 kilometers per second. The speed of light should really be called the speed of space.