Infinite Energy 2 (116) (2014)

Today, the binary understanding of reality is increasingly significant. It is also the starting point for many theoretical considerations (mainly in the area of digital physics) describing the structure of the universe. What is lacking is an experimental confirmation of the binary nature of reality. This article proposes an idea for an experiment that possibly would confirm the following hypothesis: Electromagnetic waves in the form of binary signals of appropriate complexity and other parameters are capable of creating observable, material objects. Also suggested is the use of an Abstract Complexity Definition (derived from aesthetic field), presented in the Supplementary Material section.
Keywords de Broglie waves,,  complexity criterion   binary structure complexity,   binary waves
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