Relativity and Gravity in a Planck-level Black-hole Universe Simulation

The Simulation Hypothesis proposes that all of reality is in fact an artificial simulation, analogous to a computer simulation, and as such our reality is an illusion. In this article, virtual particles are mapped within an incrementally (the simulation clock-rate) expanding in Planck units 4-axis hyper-sphere array (the virtual universe). These particles oscillate between an electric wave-state and a Planck mass Planck time point-state, where only the point-state has defined co-ordinates within the hyper-sphere. The velocity of expansion is a constant (the origin of the speed of light) and all particles/objects travel at this velocity within the hyper-sphere, however the electromagnetic spectrum, as the means of information exchange, is restricted to lateral movement across the hyper-sphere, thus the observable universe is relativistic. Probability wave-function orbitals are replaced with physical units of momentum, thus neither an electric force or gravitational force are required, only an exchange of orbital momentum (orbits are maintained by a conservation of momentum `buoyancy'). Electrons do not `jump' from 1 orbital to another (transition), rather the electron orbitals are replaced, the electron then confined to the new orbital boundary. Atomic spectra emerges from the geometry of the particles. Gravitational orbits are the sum of point-state to point-state orbitals. At 14 billion years, this simulation will have similar characteristics to our universe CMB.
Keywords simulation hypothesis  virtual universe  relativity  gravity  orbital  black hole universe
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