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Mathematical developments in the simulation hypothesis

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Ravin Kumar corresponding author


Simulation Hypothesis is based on the idea that it might be the case that we all are present inside a computer. In this paper, we have performed some mathematical calculations based on the well-known equations of physics to further progress and understand the abilities and features of such a computer. One of our finding is the relationship of the essence of time between the computer and the simulation.

quantum physics, simulation hypothesis, Planck’s time

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Kumar, R. (2021). Mathematical developments in the simulation hypothesis. Advances in Computers and Electronics, 2(1), 8-9.


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