Classical Physics


A Universal Turing Machine Does Not Predict All Physical Events

Authors: Robert A. Herrmann

The Paul Davies hypothesis states: Applications of physical laws yield universal Turing machine computable events and, hence, the universe lends itself to simulation via such a machine. In this article, this hypothesis is falsified. It is shown that various physical events are not universal Turing machine computable.

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[v1] 2013-11-06 06:41:58

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