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Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
Hamsterfist
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I'm not sure if this was posted before or not, but I couldn't find it. Physicist S James Gates has discovered computer code within his equations about super string theory. The real bizarre part is, it is a specific code from the 1940's. Here is a video and one of the many articles you can find about this, if you just google S James Gates computer code.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pla...UJ4#at=466

http://www.transcend.ws/?p=3020

The proof is perhaps mounting. We really do live in a simulated universe. I have no idea what the implications of this would be, because I'm not programmed to know. I guess.

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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
Sorry about the non embeded video. Posting from my phone, and when I do it won't embed for some reason. I think its because the link url is different for some reason.

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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
Debunked a while ago. Merely repeated strings which ensures no data loss. Happens naturally in DNA strands. Natural selection. Darwin rocks.
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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-31-2012 08:14 AM)
Debunked a while ago. Merely repeated strings which ensures no data loss. Happens naturally in DNA strands. Natural selection. Darwin rocks.

I'm pretty sure modern evolutionary theory stands in opposition to Darwin's theories
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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-31-2012 08:14 AM)
Debunked a while ago. Merely repeated strings which ensures no data loss. Happens naturally in DNA strands. Natural selection. Darwin rocks.

Link to the debunk? My bad for old news, if that's so. Just came across this tonight, and since I'm on my phone maybe I didn't do my due diligence.

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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
yet "there is no God".
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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
I can't find anything of legit sources debunking...

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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
Dr. Professor  Wrote: (07-31-2012 08:19 AM)
yet "there is no God".

I'm open on the god issue, personally. Although if we are a simulation, god is probably not the right term. Maybe creators or programmers. No mode then I am god over the programs in the game The Sims.

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i've seen it discussed on the science channel so its true by the mainstream standards at least
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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
Hamsterfist  Wrote: (07-31-2012 08:18 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-31-2012 08:14 AM)
Debunked a while ago. Merely repeated strings which ensures no data loss. Happens naturally in DNA strands. Natural selection. Darwin rocks.

Link to the debunk? My bad for old news, if that's so. Just came across this tonight, and since I'm on my phone maybe I didn't do my due diligence.

No worries. I'm phone too. Tough to search. The day shift will find it.
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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
Hamsterfist  Wrote: (07-31-2012 08:05 AM)
I'm not sure if this was posted before or not, but I couldn't find it. Physicist S James Gates has discovered computer code within his equations about super string theory. The real bizarre part is, it is a specific code from the 1940's. Here is a video and one of the many articles you can find about this, if you just google S James Gates computer code.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1LCVknKUJ4#at=466

http://www.transcend.ws/?p=3020

The proof is perhaps mounting. We really do live in a simulated universe. I have no idea what the implications of this would be, because I'm not programmed to know. I guess.

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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
Quote: “Doubly-even self-dual linear binary error-correcting block code,” first invented by Claude Shannon in the 1940′s, has been discovered embedded WITHIN the equations of superstring theory! Why does nature have this? What errors does it need to correct? What is an ‘error’ for nature? More importantly what is the explanation for this freakish discovery? Your guess is as good as mine.

http://www.transcend.ws/?p=3020

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if Shannon were to actively become involved with this story, (yet he was not) then we could hypothesize that the Universe (string theory ...hah!) contains information... and yes.. Shannon would say..."I already said that! .. Why are you merely repeating? ... Communication, by definition requires bidirectional flow of unique information. your ad hominum repeats either indicate an error in the channel, or the send button is broken"
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Bump to watch later.
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RE: Specific Computer Code Found in String Theory. This is a Simulation
could well be a simulation like the matrix.

but its about time they offered simulations like in TOTAL RECALL. Where you can take a virtual holiday anywhere in the world as any person/scenario.
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