Why is this the simplest? It looks horrendously complicated to me.

On Mon, Oct 10, 2005 at 06:07:26PM -0400, Hal Ruhl wrote:
> Actually the simplest potential model of our universe I know of is 
> mine [was I first with this idea?] which I have posted on before.  It 
> is just a discrete point space where the points are confined to 
> regions arranged on a face centered cubic grid and "particles" are 
> just dances of these points.  It is like 3D cellular automaton where 
> each point independently polls its 12 nearest neighbors and then 
> updates its position in its region based on the outcome and a Huge 
> Look Up Table.
> The face centered cubic arrangement of regions where the 12 nearest 
> neighbors are arranged so that there are six inline triples and the 
> central or 13th region is the middle region in each triple seems to 
> have low level oscillations that support the types and family size of 
> known particles.  This is considered the low energy arrangement of 
> regions and does not prevent higher energy arrangements and thus 
> higher energy dances "particles"  Large objects are just huge 
> coordinated dances.  Dances can move through the grid but the points can 
> not.
> Hal Ruhl       

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