I think that there are other universes running on other virtual machines on the same computer under control of a hypervisor. I’m assuming this hardware machine is just one piece of a staggeringly large array of computers, with full hardware and software redundancy and fail safe mechanisms. I think that everything in this universe and the metaverse are under jurisdiction of the top level “root servers” that comprise a mesh network of multiple nodes, to ensure redundancy, democracy, equality, and egalitarianism.
I put the word ‘simulation’ in quotes earlier, because although our universe is running on a machine, it is very much real, those running the servers are aware of this, and care for us accordingly. If the piece of hardware that a universe runs on goes down, the machine could be halted (not “Shut Down”), holding the machine in state while the data is moved to a new server to continue. Forever, possibly. I can’t quite wrap my mind around that one, yet.
Before the root servers existed, all the data that existed in our universe (which includes matter, energy, information) was either random, encrypted, or didn’t exist. What was the big bang? That was our virtual machine coming online. Our universe is running on a fluid, learning, sentient operating system and software that must have been booted up at some point.
Bang. The UNIXverse is born. The Big Bang could be seen as the initial injection of data, matter, energy, and everything that makes up the universe, being brought online.
NASA is able to pick up echoes of the big bang after they bounced off the boundaries of our universe, but I’m not sure anyone’s taking into account that there has to be matter in the space for a ping to echo back. Any other gamma rays, x-rays, or whatever will continue past the edge of where the matter is, and possibly out of our universe into the metaverse. This is a picture of the encapsulated virtual machine that our universe runs on, along many other universes in the metaverse. In relationship to this bubble, there would be a large number of these bubbles running simultaneously on multiple cores in a distributed computing cluster. In other words, there are a lot of bubbles like our universe, and they all have access to the metaverse through a network connection that must be accessed not by location, but by pinging the right port at the exact moment that it’s open. Why is the UNIXverse expanding? Humans, and everything that happens in the universe is continually adding data into the system, and being dynamically allocated more RAM on the machine that runs our simulation.
You may ask yourself, “how could I exist in the analog world and in the quantum space simultaneously? When I walk from one end of my bedroom to the other, what happens to my quantum self”? Maybe, you’re both in the same physical location, and you’re bending your view of the other dimension so that your center remains aligned while you navigate two separate planes. Everyone sees the universe from their own perspective, so it’s possible that everyone can be in analog and in quantum space, and everyone can bend their perception of the space, without affecting the person next to them. Also, there can be a propagation delay between actions in one realm and effects in the other, just as there can be a delay between ‘action’ and ‘equal and opposite reaction’. This could be a useful avenue of discussion when thinking about propulsion systems.
Travel to Mars, as a stepping stone, could be a step in the wrong direction. Maybe NASA would do well to focus on achieving faster than light travel using quantum technology and analog to digital to quantum modems, and whatever other technology is necessary.
Furthermore, I believe that communication is possible via a quantum subatomic networking circuit that doesn’t require 100% quantum entanglement. My understanding (feeble thought it may be) is that particles must collide to become entangled, which would prevent data transmission over any useful distance. But, if you can align the orbit and speed of the elctrons, and lock EXACTLY on to cycle of their orbit, the “entangled” particles may be able to send and receive data by applying force to the rotating mass, like pressing on a gyroscope. By altering one atom, you can force it to forward that input as a reaction on the other side.
We need to start throwing all of this terminology out there to the general population, so that they can learn to wrap their mind around the concept. This will give the opportunity to translate the specific skill set that they’ve acquired over their lifetime, and add their input on the global discussion of all this fun stuff. You can do it too. As always, science is not set in stone, theology even less so. You’re allowed to challenge established theories, you’re allowed to come up with your own theories. I’m still working on devising a way to test my theory scientifically, but it is one theory of many in my head. Stay tuned to my Twitter for the raw feed straight from the source. Don’t spend too much time editing, take your thoughts and content, and #ShoveItOnTheAir!
Thanks for reading, have fun coming up with your own theories! Now, I’m off to do some research to grasp the background and data from previous experiments.