Programming of Everything

Fig.11. Selection of 3 MSs operating at the 3 different clock speeds. PM (coloured blue) decreases with increasing N values.

Levels of Creation and Multiverse

 

In the MS Grid, different N values can be used to create multiple MSs. Each MS with a different N value operates at a different clock speed according to the formula:



It can thus be assumed that many levels of creation are in existence. Our physical universe is one of many parallel universes.

A universe produced by the MS operating with a bigger N value is equipped with a more powerful computer and has more memory to accommodate larger quantities of data and programs. It therefore allows richer and more diverse perceptions and experiences. 

It should be noted that the position of PM in Figure 5 is arbitrary. It can be positioned anywhere in the grid. Therefore the entire history of creation at all levels can be computed.

We assume the physical universe is a processing output of the MS operating with N value. Levels of creation produced by the MS operating with smaller N values are viewed as higher levels of creation.

Ascending the levels of creation implies experiencing the universes produced by the MSs operating with a smaller N value.

Figure 10 illustrates a selection of 3 MSs in the multiverse.

At the top level, N = 1,

PM = 1 Unit; Clock speed = 1 cycles/Unit

At the middle level, N = 4,

PM = 1/8 Unit; Clock speed = 8 cycles/Unit

At the lower level, N = 6,

PM = 1/32 Unit; Clock speed = 32 cycles/Unit