Imagine a perfect human simulation specifically tailored to your genetic code, including all the interactions you make with others. Imagination is the limit!
The premise is that all activities humans perform, including physiological processes, movement, thinking, emotions, memories, and even the hidden parts of the subconscious, have a mathematical expression. Otherwise, complete algorithms cannot be maintained. It is important to emphasize that proving or disproving this claim is impossible. Link: Gödel's incompleteness theorems. (Wikipedia)
The only universal language in the universe is the laws of mathematics and logic combined with a few senses.
The idea is to develop the mathematics of emotions, behavior, thoughts, and the subconscious. Assuming mathematics is the one that predicts cognitive brain function. (Huge savings in brain research resources)
- The fact that uniform mathematical laws govern the whole of nature is well-known. Even chaos has mathematical models. Wherever you search, you will find that everything in nature is run mathematically—starting from the number of petals (Fibonacci series), shapes of fruits and vegetables, shapes of galaxies, the hexagonal shape of the honeycomb, different proportions (golden ratio) 4 nucleic acids that make up the genetic load that make up a binary computer code.
- The concept of human simulation is not entirely new; it has been presented in the past in a slightly different context. Mathematics was often created to explain phenomena in physics and chemistry. (Isaac Newton developed the differential calculus out of the need to explain physical phenomena) In brain research, it is worthwhile to examine the opposite approach. To develop the mathematics of "emotions," the new branch of mathematics is likely to predict cognitive brain activity. (Image, sound, smell, and touch are processes that have a clear physical-mathematical expression anyway)
An encounter with intelligent aliens may lead to an unexpected breakthrough in the field of human simulation.
Extraterrestrial technologies may completely change our perception of the universe faster than expected.
- The idea of a hive connecting the Earth's inhabitants via supercomputers is not new. If everything is connected, you can run a global simulation!
- At the moment, hacking into our thoughts and memories seems like science fiction. In the movies, it already exists. The term biohackers already exist because it is probably inevitable when everything is connected and digital.
- War scenarios on the National Geographic Channel between Earthlings and aliens who have created a race of hybrid people who have telepathic abilities to connect to the alien network raise many questions. Where is the imagination, and where is the reality?
The premise is that our memories, physiology, emotions, and behavior is consequential and can be mathematically simulated.
The branch of biomathematics is in its infancy. Still, producing an intelligent cyborg that functions as a human being would be challenging without a mathematical translation of all human activities.
- Three forces drive human physiology: Biochemical, electrical, and mental-energetic processes.
- The laws of chemistry and physics are well known; everyone has a mathematical expression. But the psychic-energetic dimension does not have an exact mathematical measurement because it is unclear how it works. (Substantial obstacle)
Reverse engineering can shed light on the mysteries of the brain by understanding the mathematics that operates it.
- Indeed, research is currently underway, which is still in its infancy for mathematical decipherment of brain activity. Researchers claim that the brain behaves like an analog computer rather than a digital-binary computer. These features are of immense importance in deciphering brain activity.
- The fact that we supposedly utilize only 10% of brain activity only illustrates how far we are from fully mathematically deciphering the entire brain activity, including the brain activity of the subconscious, which is currently a kind of black box.
Mathematical cracking of all brain activity is necessary for performing a human simulation.
The biggest obstacle is the mathematical cracking of the processes in the human brain.
- Although not romantic, concepts like beauty and love, positive and negative emotions, and memories can have mathematical expressions.
- Most brain processes have not yet been mapped despite much brain research development. Cyborgs will have to apply complex mathematical laws to be "human." Otherwise, they will be "robots."
Precise simulation of all human body physiology, behavior, and emotions can open new unbelievable horizons!
- The number of processes in the human body is finite, which changes from time to time but will allow for a complete computer simulation. Quite similar to what you see in science fiction movies.
- If we fully control the simulation of all physiological-emotional processes, it will be possible to cure any disease and even prevent aging!
The scenario of a complete human simulation - above and beyond the limits of the imagination.
- Imagine that you see your future life in a custom simulation with different possible scenarios; imagination is the limit! Areas of practice, studies, interactions with people, choosing a partner, the right pet, sports adapted to abilities, preferred food, and even possible chronic illness and its treatment can be determined in a computer simulation long before things happen in reality.
- The premise is that a mathematical simulation can express every biochemical or biophysical magnetic-electric process. The terminator in Arnold Schwarzenegger's films is a very "human cyborg." Creating such a cyborg requires deciphering many complex mental processes. The primary challenge in developing cyborgs and human simulation stems from the need to simulate the human body's physiology, behavior & emotions into mathematical formulas.
Imagine getting into a custom human simulator designed for you instead of a flight simulator!
Only supercomputers have the appropriate processing power for such a project.
A complete human simulation currently looks like science fiction!
These ideas seem impossible now, just as the views of the writer Jules Verne of "Cannon" that will reach the moon and back looked at the time.
- Imagine seeing yourself growing up using a simulator that accurately analyzes the genetic load you carry and your specific environmental and social information.
- A human simulator can prevent and cure any possible (acquired) disease.
- A human simulator is the ultimate substitute for chronic disease drugs.
There will be no more chronic diseases and cancer because it will produce recovery scenarios in the simulator.
Cyborgs are hybrid of humans and machines. They are seen in movies as if they have entirely human behavior.
The branch of bio-mathematics is in its infancy, yet it is necessary for achieving full artificial intelligence!
Communication with aliens and the construction of advanced humanoid cyborgs are based on bio-mathematics.
The only universal language in the universe is the laws of mathematics and logic combined with sound and image (which have mathematical expressions)
- If intelligent extraterrestrial life has been created at a level appropriate for communication, they must master mathematics and logic.
- Mathematics is the language of nature, and even if the aliens' symbols are different from ours, the decipherment of mathematics is not relatively complex.
Although it is not romantic, concepts like beauty and love, positive and negative emotions, and memories can probably have mathematical expressions. The question is perceived as philosophical, but its application has far-reaching implications for the human race.
The possibility of living in a computer simulation has appeared in several well-known films such as The Matrix and Jumanji.
- This is where the story begins to become much more exciting and complicated. If we have reached a perfect simulation of the human body, there is more plausible that we, too, live in a complete simulation. Still, even well-known physicists do not rule out this possibility. It is precisely the possibility that we live in a simulation that solves many of modern physics' mysteries!
- The arguments for and against the possibility that we live in a (very complex) computer simulation are weighty arguments. At the same time, there is currently no way to prove either of the two possibilities.
What does it take to prove or disprove that we live in a computer simulation?
The answer to this question seems very simple; it is clear that we live with free will. Leading scientists, philosophers, physicists, and philosophers have dealt with this question for years without unequivocal conclusions.
- The simulation theory will fall if you can locate an event, nature show, behavior, emotions, natural processes, etc., that do not have a mathematical solution with a workable result! The premise is that all-natural processes can have a distinct mathematical expressions. If you search, you will find it challenging to shatter this claim! All-natural functions behave exemplary and surprisingly with complex mathematics that optimizes resource utilization.
What does it take to prove that we live in a computer simulation?
- It is impossible to prove that we live in a computer simulation from our system. The question is very similar to the halting problem posed by Alan Turing. The conclusion is that this question has no solution. (Logical limitation)
To prove unequivocally that we live in a simulation, one of two things must happen:
- Intelligent aliens will appear on Earth and show us convincing arguments that we live in a simulation.
- We will crack the riddle of the universe, and we will be able to find the simulation formulas at a level where we can predict events with probabilities that do not leave a doubt of randomness.
At the moment, neither option looks pretty close. In my opinion, currently, the first option is more reasonable than the second. (Just an intelligent and unscientific guess)
Is computing power strong enough to simulate all human beings at the theoretical level at once?
- The answer to the question concerns the nature of the simulation. Assuming that simulation controls only significant milestones in our lives and not every second and every marginal decision, the answer is "yes" the computing power required is enormous but probably possible on a theoretical level.
A research proposal could examine arguments for living in a computer simulation.
The findings cannot unequivocally prove one of the two possibilities but only strengthen the reasonable possibility of the two.
- Observing flora and fauna from the dawn of creation may illuminate far-reaching philosophical and scientific questions. It turns out that insects, flowers, and plants apply complex mathematical optimization methods. If you want examples, look for the explanations for why the beehive is made of hexagons. Why are flowers arranged according to the Fibonacci series, etc. (There are many examples)
- If we prove that a beehive 100 million years ago was actually in the shape of squares (compared to hexagons today), then there is proof that this is indeed an evolutionary event. If we assume we will find 480 million-year-old fossils of flies with eyes arranged in the shape of hexagons; then it is probably not about evolution but about creation itself.
Incompleteness theorem - Math's Fundamental Flaw.