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Published on Apr 12, 2011
It is not certain that you can't find one theory about everything, but you can find a theory of theories, or "thinking about how we think". This is the same as philosophy. Such theories are kind of infinite, you can't possible understand all aspects of them, just like you can't understand everything at once. So perhaps these are theories of everything?
The point is to sit down and seriously think about what existence is. There are certain ways of describing this, which are useful in physics and programming.
In this simulation, I start with an interactive system closest possible to the shape of a circle. Since a computer can't describe a circle perfectly, the system will be imbalanced by the error. I'm using laws that ensure the total detail of information is conserved. This creates a paradox, because the system cannot repeat itself, yet it must stay in the same location.