Professor Tanhauser

2006-Aug-16, 08:12 AM

As far as we know, virtually every single thing in the universe can be modeled on a computer, from sub atmoic particles to galaxies IF you have a BIG enhough computer and enough ACCURATE data. Computers can model the decay of nuclear material and the motions of galaxies and everything inbetween, with the possible exception of emotions.

Now, given that possibly everything in the universe can be modeled with computers and that computers are, fundamentally, nothing but a system based on 1s and 0s, I can't help wondering something:

If everything in the universe can be modeled with nothing more than vast numbers of 1s and 0s, a binary system, then is it possible that the universe itself is based on a binary system?

Is it possible that, at the fundamental basis of the universe, we might someday find that all matter and energy are composed of nothing more than two ultimately basic particles, perhaps nothing but a positive binome and a negative binome?

I just can't help wondering if we ever get down to the ultimately indivisible particles, assuming they exist, we may find two and only two, and we could call them the fundamental binome particles.

From these all existance is built up, by the combination and action of countless positive and negative binomes, just like a computer model of anything is built up from 1s and 0s.

I wondered if there was any fundamental flaw in my logic I have not percieved at this time, and if so what it might be.

Now, given that possibly everything in the universe can be modeled with computers and that computers are, fundamentally, nothing but a system based on 1s and 0s, I can't help wondering something:

If everything in the universe can be modeled with nothing more than vast numbers of 1s and 0s, a binary system, then is it possible that the universe itself is based on a binary system?

Is it possible that, at the fundamental basis of the universe, we might someday find that all matter and energy are composed of nothing more than two ultimately basic particles, perhaps nothing but a positive binome and a negative binome?

I just can't help wondering if we ever get down to the ultimately indivisible particles, assuming they exist, we may find two and only two, and we could call them the fundamental binome particles.

From these all existance is built up, by the combination and action of countless positive and negative binomes, just like a computer model of anything is built up from 1s and 0s.

I wondered if there was any fundamental flaw in my logic I have not percieved at this time, and if so what it might be.