Does the Information Universe explain Quantum Mechanics?
This is part seven of the Information Universe series. See the link for part one.
The Information Universe has come about as a result of the need explain the strange results of Quantum Mechanics. In particular it was the famous; some would say infamous Double Slit Experiment that has lead has shown that the universe is fundamentally an information system. Furthermore it is the quantum erasure aspect of the Double Slit Experiment that eliminates all other possible explanations for the results of Quantum Mechanics.
The Information Universe readily explains the uncertainty principle sine the exact information on a particle is only calculated when that information is observed. As a result if you are checking for a particles exact location its exact momentum will not be calculated and vise versa.
The Information Universe readily explains particle-wave duality since the exact location of a particle would not have to be calculated unless actually observed. So when their exact location is not needed only possible locations. The wave function determines where the possible locations are and when that collapses the exact location of a particle is calculated by the Universe’s information system.
The Information Universe readily explains quantum entanglement since the distances between particles is a virtual distance in the coordinate system of the Universe’s information system. In this model the information is sheared between plank time intervals and thus instantaneous.
The Information Universe readily explains quantum tunneling because according to this model location of an object is just part of the information about that object and thus it is possible for quantum particles to instantly get to the other side of a potential barrier with out going through the space with in the barrier.
The Information Universe readily explains Quantum teleportation because Quantum teleportation sends a particle’s Quantum information to another particle thus effectively recreating the original particle at a distance. This process makes the most sense if indeed both particles are fundamentally information to begin with.
The Information Universe readily explains Quantum Non-Locality since Quantum particles do not have exact locations until observed and that location is calculated. Add to that the fact that space becomes nothing but a coordinate system of the Universe’s information system then the location of a particle at a given point in time is just a calculated quantity that does not need an exact value unless that location is being measured. Simply put since we are dealing with information and not balls of stuff the information dose not always need an exact location in coordinate system of the Universe’s information system and as such can be non local in nature.
The fact is that not only is the Information Universe model a natural consequence of Quantum Mechanics but it is the best way to explain all of the strange results that come from it. Furthermore making space a pixilated information based coordinate system it makes it possible to reconcile Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity a task few theories have even come close to succeeding at.