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A Cell and the Universe

We will never be able to describe the universe in a satisfactory way by mathematics. If this would be possible, human beings wouldn't exist.

Quote "Physicist and author Michio Kaku has remarked that M-theory may present us with a "Theory of Everything" which is so concise that its underlying formula would fit on a t-shirt."

Hixgrid predicts that Kaku is right concerning the t-shirt effect, but he will never succeed in a unification of all theories by M-Theory.

Probably neither by any other theory! This is not possible by definition of all physics theories which have a defined mathematical set and sub-set.

Nature is definitely not working in that way! Nature is holistic, conscious and holographic - a cell is the same thing in terms of the underlying embedded very complex mechanisms as the whole universe.

 

 

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The human brain works as entangled as a photon.

By QED we know that space is not empty - space is full of energy - and that our reality is a result in the 'present' of the matter-antimatter annihilation process of the future - the laws of nature may be embedded already in empty space - a metastructure of laws and a blueprint and blueprint-generator for higher structures.