Does the Universe have an Operating System? Discover for Yourself

Does the Universe have an Operating System? Discover for Yourself

Jul 16 2011

The computational model of the universe suggests that the universe may be likened to a computer and like a computer its operations or workings (laws of physics/nature) may be modeled as a code. Variations on the computational model of the universe are also known as the digital physics, digital philosophy, holographic paradigm, Bohmian Holomovement, cellular automata , and algorithmic models of the universe. Such models are by no means fringe theories. Highly regarded physicists, computer scientists, and Nobel laureates are behind such ideas. However, the theories are missing one key ingredient – the code itself. The express purpose of this article is to… introduce the concept of the computational universe. introduce what seems to be the top candidate for a cosmic operating system.  MAC: The Source Code of the Computational Universe? At the start of the year 2000 I began investigating one of the biggest mysteries of pre-columbian Mesoamerican culture – their complex and obscure calendrical system. At the heart of the Mesoamerican Calendrical System (MAC) is the mysterious 260 day Tzolkin calendar.  Calendrics is the study and charting of cyclical phenomena. It is particularly concerned with the cyclical motions and phases of the planets, the moon and the stars, but there is no clear indication as to what the 260 day Tzolkin Cycle is based on. Was it invented, or is it based on some yet undiscovered natural phenomena?   My studies prove that the Tzolkin calendar is based on a non-astronomically based  cyclical process.  The results of my studies also compel me to state the code language (Tzolkin code) that models the Tzolkin cycle is the code language of the computational universe described herein...