- Submitted By: kazmat
- Date Submitted: 10/28/2008 6:48 AM
- Category: Philosophy
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The Impossibility of the Unifying Formula To understand the possibilities of an occurrence or object, the occurrence or object in question must first be defined. In this case the object in question is The Unifying Formula. Now you may ask yourself what this formula unifies exactly. Well the answer to that is simple, it unifies everything. Everything in this case would be the universe as a whole, in other words all that exists. Now the question is how all this would be recorded in a standard way everyone can understand. Well the formula would be a description of the universe in terms of numbers. Basically a full mathematical formula of all that there is. Now that the form and essence of the formula has been understood, the impossibility of such a thing can be explained. Based on the current largest unifying formula that explains quantum physics, we can derive the many worlds interpretation and effectively disprove any notions of a unifying formula. Of course this can only be done with the assumption that the universe continues to function and progress without the observation of sentient beings. The impossibility of the unifying formula stems from our current understandings of quantum physics. Therefore the quantum mechanics that refer to the many worlds interpretation must be understood. Basically quantum mechanics dictates that there is infinite randomness at an atomic level. On top of that there is the fact that we can only comprehend and “experience” one outcome. This can be proven by the slit experiment. To understand the significance of the result it must be understood that when particles are fired at a solid wall with two vertical slits, the final impacts create two vertical impressions, this is because each particle only goes through one slit. However when waves are sent towards the same two slits there are many impressions of different intensity because of the resulting waves interference with each other. When atomic or subatomic particles are fired...