`A discrete lattice structure would also violate Lorentz-symmetry, since the`

`mimimum distance would look different in different reference frames, and`

`there would be one preferred frame where the distance was maximized.`

Jesse

From: Russell Standish <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: John Ross <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> CC: "'Hal Ruhl'" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, everything-list@eskimo.comSubject: Re: ROSS MODEL OF THE UNIVERSE - The Simplest Yet Theory ofEverythingDate: Tue, 11 Oct 2005 08:56:23 +1000 But look at your assumptions. * 3 dimensions * a discrete lattice structure: what sets the unit cell size * face centre cubic - why this layout, and not one of the other possible crystalline types * what are these higher energy dances? It seems if you add energy to a FCC crystal, you just melt the crystal. Where do these additional states come from? Cheers On Mon, Oct 10, 2005 at 04:46:19PM -0700, John Ross wrote: > Because there is only one particle (and its anti-particle) and one > force from which the entire universe is built. How could there be > anything simpler? > > -----Original Message----- > From: Russell Standish [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 3:06 PM > To: Hal Ruhl > Cc: everything-list@eskimo.com > Subject: Re: ROSS MODEL OF THE UNIVERSE - The Simplest Yet Theory of > Everything > > > 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 > > > > -- > *PS: A number of people ask me about the attachment to my email, which > is of type "application/pgp-signature". Don't worry, it is not a virus. > It is an electronic signature, that may be used to verify this email > came from me if you have PGP or GPG installed. Otherwise, you may safely > ignore this attachment. > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > ---- > A/Prof Russell Standish Phone 8308 3119 (mobile) > Mathematics 0425 253119 (") > UNSW SYDNEY 2052 [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > Australia > http://parallel.hpc.unsw.edu.au/rks > International prefix +612, Interstate prefix 02 > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > ---- -- *PS: A number of people ask me about the attachment to my email, which is of type "application/pgp-signature". Don't worry, it is not a virus. It is an electronic signature, that may be used to verify this email came from me if you have PGP or GPG installed. Otherwise, you may safely ignore this attachment. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- A/Prof Russell Standish Phone 8308 3119 (mobile) Mathematics 0425 253119 (") UNSW SYDNEY 2052 [EMAIL PROTECTED]Australiahttp://parallel.hpc.unsw.edu.au/rksInternational prefix +612, Interstate prefix 02 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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