Time and the Black-hole White-hole Universe, a Simulation Hypothesis

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The Simulation Hypothesis proposes that all of reality is in fact an artificial simulation, analogous to a computer simulation. Outlined here is a low computational cost method to reproduce the principal cosmic microwave background parameters in a simulation. The underlying analogy is that of a black-hole universe that is expanding in incremental Planck unit steps at the expense of its (contracting) white-hole universe twin, this outwards expansion (the simulation version of `dark energy') as the clock-rate and thus the origin of (Planck) Time and the arrow of time, the velocity of expansion as the speed of light, the Hubble constant as the universe radius and the CMB radiation density formula combines with the Casimir formula. The CMB peak frequency is used as the benchmark. Comparing with the corresponding CMB gives a best fit for a 14.624 billion year old (Planck) black-hole. Model does not include particle matter.
Keywords cosmic microwave background  cosmological constant  black-hole white-hole universe  Hubble constant  Stefan Boltzmann constant  Black-hole radiation density  Casimir force  dark energy  arrow of time  dark matter
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