Programming a Planck Black-hole Simulation Hypothesis Universe and the Cosmological Constant

4 Pages Posted: 4 Mar 2019 Last revised: 8 Jun 2019

Date Written: June 21, 2018

Abstract

The Simulation Hypothesis proposes that all of reality is an artificial simulation, analogous to a computer simulation. Outlined here is a low computational cost method for programming cosmic microwave background parameters in Planck time Simulation Hypothesis Universe. The model initializes `micro Planck-size black-holes' as entities that embed the Planck units. For each incremental unit of Planck time, the universe expands by adding 1 micro black-hole, a dark energy is not required. The mass-space parameters increment linearly, the electric parameters in a sqrt-progression, thus for electric parameters the early black-hole transforms most rapidly. The velocity of expansion is constant and is the origin of the speed of light, the Hubble constant becomes a measure of the black-hole radius and the CMB radiation energy density correlates to the Casimir force. A peak frequency of 160.2GHz correlates to a 14.624 billion year old black-hole. The cosmological constant, being the age when the simulation reaches the limit, approximates t = 10123 tp.

Keywords: Cosmic Microwave Background, CMB, Cosmological Constant, Black-Hole Universe, White-Hole Universe, Planck Time, Arrow of Time, Dark Energy, Hubble Constant, Expanding Universe, Casimir, Simulation Hypothesis

Suggested Citation

Macleod, Malcolm, Programming a Planck Black-hole Simulation Hypothesis Universe and the Cosmological Constant (June 21, 2018). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3333513 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3333513

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