Is our reality part of a gigantic universal code?

There is a  theory that the universe is nothing more than a vast integrated mathematical construct. There are, as ever, many variations on this topic.  But generally the theory holds that nothing is random in the universe. It can be perceived as nothing more than a gigantic interlocking mathematical model. All of creation, and our Earth in particular, are governed by mathematical rules. This can be referred to as the code.

The code

This states that all of creation, the way things grow, the way rocks are structured, even ourselves, rely on set mathematical formulas and geometric forces to function. These include pi, which involves the measurement for circles, and the law of fractals, which explains how many diverse things grow from trees to snowflakes. Many bigger systems which seem random, like the weather, are actually only chaotic. The patterns are there, but the variations are so many, and so complex, that in practice they are impossible to detect.

Some laws can be seen to derive from the atomic structure of the matter that the things in question are constructed from. For instance, the stars and planets operate according to measurable universal laws, such as gravity. These aspects are so regular that they can be used predicted what will  happen to that body in the  future. This also means that  their paths can be tracked back in time. The universe can be seen as a gigantic mathematical machine.

Aspects of reality

The question is then, are these laws, these codes,  just inherent in the atomic structure of matter, or were they designed deliberately by a creator force to give the world we live in its current form?

What do you think?

marian

 

2 Responses to “Is our reality part of a gigantic universal code?”

  1. Francesco says:

    I am studying neeuoscirnce and interested in physics. Recently, I read some popular books on the special theory of relativity and have a simple question on the optical clock that many people used to explain the time dilation. I wish experts here can give me a hand.The optical clock is a beam of light emitted by a source bouncing between two mirrors arranged vertically inside of a train. Initially the train is at rest, the source is at rest and the beam bounces vertically between the two mirrors. Then the train moves to the right at a speed of v.All the books say that for an observer inside of the train, the beam still bounces vertically. This puzzles me! Since the speed of light is independent of the source, the light beam should not have a velocity v like the train and the observer. Then how could it move straight up and down to the observer inside of the train?I am sorry to take your time for this simple question. I would appreciate any help since it kind of bothers me.Thanks.

    • Marian says:

      Hi sorry to have been so long in replying..my software put you in the spam box!!!!!!
      This sort of thing that you described is very complex and beyond my simple grasp. Off the top of my head I think this is function of Einstiens theory of special relativity. The person to clarify this is Michio Kaku . I think his book Hyperspace deals with this.
      Sorry not to have been more help with this.
      marian

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