Physicist finds evidence that may confirm the theory that the univerce is a computer simulation through COVID mutations

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The human brain may just be a biological computer

All humans are likely part of one big computer simulation. At the very least, the universe we live in behaves like a computer, organizing and deleting unnecessary information.

This is according to a study by Dr. Melvin Vopson, which was published in the journal AIP Advances. The physicist, who works at the University of Portsmouth in the UK, believes that he has found evidence for the popular theory of the artificiality of our world.

"All the senses we have are just electrical signals that are decoded by our brain. It is a biological computer. And nothing more," he told Euronews.

Vopson works in the field of science known as information physics. It states that everything in the universe is fundamentally composed of bits of information. According to his second law of information dynamics, the information content associated with any system, event, or process in the universe is minimized.

The scientist first noticed this when he studied the COVID genome mutation. What he saw contradicted the Pro-Darwin consensus because mutations were not random and always led to a decrease in entropy, which is a measure of disorder.

The second law of thermodynamics, which underlies scientific thinking, states that entropy can only increase or remain constant.

"The second law of information dynamics requires that all systems, including biological life, evolve in such a way that their information entropy, or information content, if you will, decreases and reduces to the most optimal possible value in equilibrium," he said.

According to Vopson, this compression is happening exactly as it is done in computer programs.

He believes that if the universe does this kind of compression "in everything, it seems, even in biological life, maybe the universe really does work like a giant computer."

The scientist adds that since the behavior of the Universe follows the rules of computer coding, and the second law of infodynamics seems to be everywhere, "this may indicate that the entire Universe is a simulated construct."

Vapson has previously conducted research showing that information is the fundamental building block of the universe. It supposedly has physical mass and should be considered as the fifth state of matter.

In a new paper, he argues that the second law of infodynamics supports this principle, and potentially supports the idea that information is a physical entity equivalent to mass and energy. He and even suggests that information may be the elusive dark matter in the universe.

"What is it, all this missing (dark - Ed.) matter? 95% of the universe that we can't find, can't see. Well, it's a code. Maybe it's the code that runs the simulation," the scientist suggested.

Vapson now intends to expand his research and detect and measure information in an elementary particle through particle-antiparticle collisions. This can either prove or disprove his existing theory.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA shared that something super-powerful is bending the disk of our Milky Way galaxy.

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