Title: "Bit-Physics: How to bootstrap the universe using topological bits"
In my 2002 Ph.D. dissertation, I defined bit-physics as a mathematical model
using topological bits (geometric algebra) to derive quantum computing (qubits
and ebits). Later in my 2020 book Deep Reality, I expanded that approach to
include the standard model, neural computing and beyond. Both of these efforts
make testable predictions different than the models for quantum computing and standard
model. This research gives keen insight into the hyperdimensional nature of the
The key to understanding bit-physics are the twin concepts:
1) "bits are physical" (Landauer's principle) thus effecting the physical universe
2) "bits are protophysical" (Matzke's principle), which means that the topological mathematics supporting hyperdimensional bits is fundamental to the structure of the multiverse.
Author: Quantum Doug Matzke, Ph.D.
Contact: Doug@QuantumDoug.com and www.QuantumDoug.comBio: Dr. Matzke is a prolific scientist, researcher, and presenter in his areas of expertise about limits of computation, hyperdimensional mathematics, neuro-computing, quantum computing, real intelligence, and metaphysics. During his 45-year career, he was chairman of two PhysComp '92/'94 workshops, contributed to fifteen disclosed patents with eight granted, has published more than fifty papers and presentations, and earned a PhD in Quantum Computing. Doug has adopted the moniker of "Quantum Doug" because he researches these deep-reality subjects as the bit-physics model beneath his source science view of the multiverse.
17th of Dec. at 16.00 London time. Online ZOOM lecture - link will be emailed to the IPI members.