30min of on-demand video.

The Universe has an Origin Point.


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Utilizing multiple theorems derived from Z = {∀Θ∈Z→∃s ∈ S ʌ ∃t ∈ T: Θ= 〈  (s,t)}., and formulating the equation: X=O+Σ H +( n (log)Φ/P d x , as well as some mathematical constraints and numerous implications in  Quantum Physics, Classical Mechanics, and Algorithmic Quantization, we come up with a framework for mathematically representing our universe. These series of individualized papers make up a huge part of a dissertation on the subject matter of Quantum Similarity. Everything including how we view time itself and the origin point for our universe is explained in theoretical details throughout these papers.

Who this course is for:

  • Physics Researchers
  • Beginner to Intermediate Physicist
  • Anyone with a curiousity to learn something new