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The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmosقام بتحويل الكتاب الي نسخة Reality Parallel Epub #219 نصية كلٌ من«زينه»، «د طارق التميمي»«محمد العليان The Hidden PDF »، «معالي»«محمد مصطفي كمال»، «عبدالله الحبابي»«عزيز ابن ابو عزيز»، «أريج محمد»«هشام حسني»، «awakeel»«سماهر»، Hidden Reality Parallel eBook #8608 «رشا الظاهري»«رنا و?. So my buddy Ryan introduced me and Jo to his new girlfriend this past weekend and she's a mathematician who is clearly not very good at it because Ryan with a girlfriend doesn't add up ZING so I was like Do you think we're all avatars in a big futuristic game of The Sims and her face just lit up like I've been waiting for someone to ask me this all my life She is adorable and we geeked out about parallel universes for like half an hour while Ryan and Jo made big exaggerated sighing noises Hey just let us know when you want to talk about something that's not the nerdiest bullshit ever Okay that will be never because we're best friends now I said that Ryan's girlfriend probably thinks I'm just okayAnd that's why this is a great book because it's wicked fun to talk about all this shit Whee multiverse says my avatar You ever hear that theory that once computers get to the same complexity as human brains they'll sortof automatically develop consciousness Scientists think that because otherwise there's something we totally don't get about consciousness and who needs that Lame So here's the thinking if that's true then we'll probably have it by around 2020 And once we have artificial intelligence what are we going to do with it Put it in video games obviously We know this because we are people and that's the kind of shit people do So we're going to have these virtual worlds just like The Sims except the people in it will actually be aware and we'll all play these virtual world games on our Playstations And that means there'll be like thousands of virtual worlds with conscious inventions in them interacting with each other And that means that only one of all the worlds featuring conscious beings is the real one; the rest are video games And that means that odds are the world you're reading this in isn't the real one Just statistically it's likely that you're a collection of sprites that some pimply teenager created near arbitrary rules forThat's nuts right Crazy nuts Batty Among other things it means that there's a God after all because whatever pimply teenager is playing this particular game that I'm in can delete this game whenever he wants or make an asteroid hit Brazil or make Kate Middleton show her boobs For most intents and purposes that is GodAlso it raises this uestion is Pimply God doing a good job Is this particular world a good one Or is he an asshole If all the sim worlds were ranked from most pleasant to least where would this one fall If you set a bunch of AIs up in a fairly nice place will they probably fight Is there like an Aggression Slider so you can make us or less likely to fight What would this world be like if Pimply God was deep in the throes of puberty Or is this itRyan's girlfriend thinks we are most likely virtual seriously serious people think this whole thing makes perfect sense but I think I lost her with the puberty bitThis is the craziest and last theory in Hidden Reality There are eight others and they're not mutually exclusive The least crazy theory is that space is infinite and infinite is a lot so somewhere beyond what we can ever see given the speed of light there will be a world just like ours and infinite worlds just like ours because infinite means everything including a world where everything happens and will happen exactly like it has and will in this world you're in now with the sole exception that instead of reading this review you personally decided to make a sandwich Infinite is a lotEverything in Hidden Reality is theoretical so there's no pressing reason for you to read this book Or any of the rest of the books while we're on the subject Pimply God read Shakespeare and was like Ha that's cool it rhymes and everything sometimes I mean it's terrible compared to real life literature but not bad for artificial intelligence But whee multiverse Four stars says my avatar as Pimply God happens to narrow his focus on my apartment just to see what's going on near Boston and says That sim there just called me pimply Here's a random asteroid how ya like me n

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The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos Summary ß 104 ✓ [PDF] ✐ The Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and the Search for the Deep Laws of the Cosmos By Brian Greene – Horticulturetrader.co.uk قام بتحويل الكتاب?يد»، «ماجد حنّا»«علي الشمري»، «تامر السلاموني»«بندر الحربي»، «شمس الحياة»«مروة جمال»، «تركي Hidden Reality Parallel Universes and PDFEPUB or العبود»«الياس سعدي»، «ماجدة علي علي»«هادي ابراهيم»، «سامي اكايا»«ماجد حنّا»، «أحمد»« محمد زهرة»، «منصور التميمي»اخراج فني ?. Brian Greene really is one of the best popular science writers His books give you a real sense of being guided by someone who genuinely knows what they're talking about who uses metaphors effectively and who effectively weaves the traditional material in with the new points he is making He also approaches science with curiosity untainted by dogmatism He is very much open to speculation but eually open to the speculation not panning outThis book is about different concepts of the Multiverse Greene devotes a chapter to each of what he defines as the major types and then has one or two additional chapters on uestions like whether these theories are testable and broader implicationsThe multiverse's he consider include the uilted multiverse which is just our universe extending out infinitely leaving the possibility of endless accidental repetition which follows from some cosmological theories that follow the big bang the inflationary multiverse a product of repeated episodes of inflationary expansion which follows from the addition of inflation to the previous theories three multiverses that come from different versions of string theory brane cyclic and landscape a uantum multiverse which is Everett's Many Worlds interpretation and is conceptual a holographic multiverse which comes from the study of black holes and string theory and simulated and ultimate multiverses the last two coming from computer simulations and a deeper mathematical worldIn every case Greene does a good job of describing the physical theories that lead usually by accident to the implication that there is a particular type of multiverse discusses the scientific status of those theories and addresses issues around testing them In the end Greene has some sympathy with Steven Weinberg's adage that the problem with physics is that we do not take our theorieseuations seriously enough as a real description of the world The example he cites is the Positron which was a byproduct of Dirac's solution of a math problem that turned out to be real Greene clearly leans towards the view that the same is true of the multiverse but he doesn't do much to tip his hand about which one

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?صور فوتنوت وفهرسة« ماجدة علي علي »في هذا الكتاب يتناول برايان جرين، صاحب الكتابين الأكثر مبيعًا ” الكون الأنيق ” و”نسيج الكون”، سؤالًا يمكن اعتباره أكثر أسئلة الفيزياء الحديثة وعلم الكونيات إثارة للعقل، وهو هل كوننا هو الكون الوحيد الذي له وجود?. It took me 8 months to read this book My system is to read until my head is ready to explode then stop for a month then restart at the beginning On the 4th attempt I made it to the last page or rather Kindle location no guarantee of how much was actually understood This is a book that pried open my mind The brain is sore and ecstatic from the experienceFrom the last chapterTable 111 Summary of Various Versions of Parallel Universes1 uilted Multiverse Conditions in an infinite universe necessarily repeat across space yielding parallel worlds2 Inflationary Multiverse Eternal cosmological inflation yields an enormous network of bubble universes of which our universe would be one3 Brane Multiverse In stringM theory's braneworld scenario our universe exists on one three dimensional brane which floats in a higher dimensional expanse potentially populated by other branes other parallel universes4 Cyclic Multiverse Collisions between braneworlds can manifest as big bang like beginnings yielding universes that are parallel in time5 Landscape Multiverse By combing inflationary cosmology and string theory the many different shapes for string theory's extra dimensions give rise to many different bubble universes6 uantum Multiverse uantum mechanics suggests that every possibility embodied in its probability waves is realized in one of a vast ensemble of parallel universes7 Holographic Multiverse The holographic principle asserts that our universe is exactly mirrored by phenomena taking place on a distant bounding surface a physically euivalent parallel universe8 Simulated Multiverse Technological leaps suggest that simulated universes may one day be possible9 Ultimate Multiverse The principle of fecundity asserts that every possible universe is a real universe thereby obviating the uestion of why one possibility ours is special These universes instantiate all possible mathematical euationsKindle location 6079 6106scientific discovery has shifted humankind's perspective on its place in the cosmic order Over the course of nearly five centuries the Copernican progression has been a dominant theme experience abounds with clues suggesting that we're a central hub around which the cosmos revolves But the objective methods of scientific discovery have steadily corrected this perspective At nearly every turn we've found that were we not here the cosmic order would hardly differ We've had to give up our belief in earth's centrality among our cosmic neighbors the sun's centrality in the galaxy the Milky Way's centrality among the galaxies and even the centrality of protons neutrons and electrons the stuff of which we're made in the cosmic recipe There was a time when evidence contrary to long held collective delusions of grandeur was viewed as a frontal assault on human worth With practice we've gotten better at valuing enlightenmentThe trek in this book has been toward what may be the capstone Copernican correction Our universe itself may not be central to any cosmic order The idea that reality based on a multiverse extends the Copernican pattern and perhaps completes it is cause for curiosity But what elevates the multiverse concept above idle speculation is a key fact that we've now repeatedly encountered Scientists have not been on a hunt for ways to extend the Copernican revolution Instead scientists have been doing what they always do using data and observations as a guide they've been formulating mathematical theories to describe the fundamental constituents of matter and the forces that govern how those constituents behave interact and evolve Remarkably when diligently following the trail these theories blaze scientists have run smack into one potential multiverse after anotherKindle location 6109 6128