That a proton or neutron should contain the equivalent of 1.509 bits of encoded information
pro2rat at yahoo.com.au
Thu Nov 4 11:29:02 PDT 2021
Its a cryptopunks universe we just live in it.
Using Shannon's equations, Vopson calculated that a proton or neutron should contain the equivalent of 1.509 bits of encoded information. . .'
In his 2006 book, Programming the Universe, Seth Lloyd contends that the universe itself is one big quantum computer producing what we see around us, and ourselves, as it runs a cosmic program.
The Cosmic Code
Its safe to infer most of this 'code' must be quantum-encrypted and anarchic.
Hence background entanglement and decoherence involve quantum gravity.
My own pet theory " Split-Key Cosmology " ( from 2015 ) later helps me rediscover Charles K. Rhodes work along these universal cryptoanarchist lines . . .
2003 - Cryptographic Unification of Mass and Space
2010 - Cryptographic Theoretical Calculation of the Fine-Structure Constant
2012 - Direct Cryptographic Computation of the Cosmological Constant ( PDF )
A suggested candidate for Dark Matter / energy is lost ' key halves ' which further suggests most of our ( singular, unique ) universe's life-span has been used up.
Not your quantum-encrypted keys - not your code.
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