Physics in Discrete Spaces: On Space-Time Organization

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Abstract

We see the whole universe as a collection of very simple binary physical systems. With this assumption, we put forward a detailed model of discrete spaces. Our own universe with its four dimensions, shared between one time-like dimension and three space-like dimensions, as well as the Minkowski metrics, are emerging properties of the model.

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Peretto, P. (2014) Physics in Discrete Spaces: On Space-Time Organization. Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 563-575. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.58067.

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