Brian Greene and Alan Alda Discuss Why Einstein Hated Quantum Mechanics
Quantum Gravity Research .Org
The story of Quantum Gravity Research and emergence theory began in 2009 when Klee Irwin, a Los Angeles based scientist and entrepreneur, had an idea for a new quantum gravity theory that brought together hyperdimensional geometry, artificial neural network theory and quasicrystalline code based language theory. But the most unorthodox aspect of the theory was how it dealt with the bizarre correlation between consciousness and physics, known to scientists as the "measurement problem". Klee brought consciousness into the mathematics as a fundamental element – a sort of choosing entity that acts on the syntactically free parts of the geometric language undergirding the theory. He envisioned a specific substructure of spacetime at the smallest scale. In this view, reality is like a mosaic tiling language of Planck scale, 3-dimensional, tetrahedron-shaped pixels. The geometric language is created by projecting the 8-dimensional E8 lattice to 3D and 4D. E8 can be understood as the kissing points of the densest packing of 8-dimensional spheres. And it unifies all particles and forces other than gravity.
What Is Reality?
What if the very fabric of space and time was a code, or a language? A team of physicists and mathematicians with Los Angeles based Quantum Gravity Research are developing a new first-principles unified "theory of everything" they call Emergence Theory. Emergence Theory attempts to unify, through mathematical and scientific rigor, the theory of relativity, quantum mechanics... and consciousness. Published on Mar 4, 2017