I am an undergraduate student of mathematics, I come from Europe,
Lithuania. My lifetime research interests are the universe and it's origin
(it's structure). I have been studying physics, but changed my field to
mathematics because physics has no model which can explain the earliest
moments of the universe's existence. I have hopes to understand it through
comparison and analysis of the properties of possible computational
universe(s) with the properties our universe.
I have read some pages of Paul Budnik's homepage ( http://www.mtnmath.com/ )
on DP, and about 80 pages of his book ("What will be"), also Edward Fredkin
Digital Philosophy site, about 100 pages of Stephen Wolfram's book on NKS,
now, searching for the English translation of the Konrad Zuse's "Rechnender
Raum."; more previously, I have been browsing the pages
http://www.physics.co.uk/ and the http://www.the-origin.org/ , that may be a
little bit less related with DP, but that are related with the try to
understand the origin of the universe.
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