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On the Nature of Matter and Mind

Matter is anything that has mass (meaning the thing can be weighed) and occupies space. In our universal reality matter and space always come as a pair for without each other’s presence neither would have any definable meaning in our physical reality.

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The Infinity Of Particles

How old is an up-quark? If particles can be created out of nothing, then an up-quark, an example of a fundamental particle, has a finite age. However, if matter cannot be created out of nothing, as the First Law of Thermodynamics states, then matter like the up-quark (and also energy), has always existed and thus even if our Universe had a beginning, it was in the context of a beginning from pre-existing stuff.

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The Simulation Hypothesis: Evidence From Physics

The Simulation Hypothesis: Evidence From Physics By John Prytz If physics is inconsistent it’s more likely we’re in a computer simulation. If physics is internally self-consistent then it’s more likely we’re in a really real reality. Alas, we have contradictions / inconsistencies in physics – relativity vs. quantum mechanics for example. Therefore, according to cosmologist George Smoot (on YouTube), you…

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