Reality Reloaded ISBN 978-1-80517-057-0 (print)
The simulated universe hypothesis postulates that our reality is a simulated construct, much like a sophisticated computer programme or virtual reality simulation. In this scenario, the physical laws governing our reality are algorithms, and our tangible experiences are simply generated by the computational processes. While inherently speculative, the simulated universe theory has gained traction due to rapid advancements in technology, the emergence of powerful computers capable of running complex simulations, virtual reality applications becoming increasingly sophisticated, certain philosophical considerations, and recent scientific developments in the field of information physics. Within the scientific community, the concept of a simulated universe has sparked both fascination and skepticism. The key question remains: Can we find scientific evidence to support or refute the simulated universe hypothesis? Answering this key question is the main focus of the book. The author delves into the connections between information science, technological advancements, cutting-edge concepts in physics, and the plausibility of the simulated universe hypothesis, offering unique perspectives and novel scientific arguments that appear to support the hypothesis.
IPI Letters ISSN 2976 - 730X
IPI Letters is the official publication of the Information Physics Institute (IPI), serving as a platform for cutting-edge research in all aspects involving information, spanning diverse fields such as digital information, quantum information, information physics, information theory, information in biological systems, information data storage, information entropy, and beyond. At IPI Letters, we believe that information is the fundamental currency of the modern world, playing a pivotal role in shaping our understanding of the universe and enabling technological advancements. Our mission is to foster the exchange of groundbreaking ideas and scientific discoveries that drive progress in the realm of information science. We invite you to join us on this exciting journey at IPI Letters as we unravel the mysteries of information and advance the frontiers of knowledge. Together, let us shape the future of information science and its transformative impact on society.
Emerging Minds Journal for Student Research ISSN 2976 - 9094
The Emerging Minds Journal for Student Research is a platform dedicated to showcasing cutting-edge scientific research conducted by students. Our mission is to provide a high-quality, affordable, open-access publishing outlet for students around the world who are conducting innovative research projects and coursework in all areas of science. The journal welcomes short communications, original research articles, reviews, case reports, student projects and coursework from undergraduate and graduate students in various fields of science. Student project and coursework submissions already marked by an academic and scored 70% or more will be subjected to editorial screening and can be accepted without peer review.