NPQG in Wonderland

It’s your celebration day!
You receive a present.
It comes in an edible candy shell the shape of an egg.

You open the egg to find two perfect spheres.

You shake the egg and out drop instructions written on edible candy paper.

The instructions say:

1) You have been given the virtual reality (VR) ability to immediately visualize nature and zoom to any scale imaginable in your mind’s eye.

2) Your VR is already working. The two spheres are Planck size. Pick them up and examine them. Aren’t they beautiful?

3) Let me tell you about your Planck spheres:

  • First they are immutable.
  • Nothing about them may change.
  • They can not be dinged or dented.
  • They can not be destroyed.
  • One is called the electrino and it has a minus one-sixth charge.
  • One is called the positrino and it has a plus one-sixth charge.
  • Their charge emanates from their center.
  • They obey classical mechanics.
  • They obey classical electromagnetism.
  • You may use your Planck sphere’s to conduct experiments.
  • Imagine any density of Planck spheres in space.
  • Imagine any initial energy carried by your Planck spheres.
  • Your configuration will be created in an infinite 3D Euclidean void.
  • Your experiment will commence and a universe will emerge.

4) These are the final instructions:

  • Eat the candy shell.
  • Use your gift to improve well-being.
  • Use your gift to reduce suffering.
  • Use your gift to spread intelligent life throughout the cosmos.
  • Before it is too late.
  • Eat me.

J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : July 11, 2020 : v1

By J Mark Morris

I am imagining and reverse engineering a model of nature and sharing my journey via social media. Join me! I would love to have collaborators in this open effort. To support this research please donate:

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