Many emulations version of quantum physics as theory of everything (TOE) analyzes quantum probabilities question, randomness, the simplicity of quantum rules
This simplified study draws the following conclusions. We might live in a many emulations version of many worlds quantum theory, which is sketched here and called many emulations quantum theory, constituting a theory of everything. From here quantum randomness and quantum probabilities might emerge. Probabilities could be extremely slightly different than in traditional quantum theory. It is explained why physical laws, i.e., quantum rules, could be identical here as they are far away.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 08 June 2013
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