Slashdot Reader Informativity writes: It was first published on January 21, a new edition called Measurement Quantization It confirms that #42 is the address of our universe (Appendix AC), a distinguishing feature of our structure that ultimately answers the question of life, the universe, and everything—from a physics perspective. Importantly, the International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern Physics is a high-level journal indexed to NASA’s Astronomical Data System (ADS), a post-peer-reviewed version of arXiv.org.

With just over 500 equations, this paper tackles a comprehensive physical description of dark energy, dark matter, discrete gravity, and coupling. Solving more than 30 outstanding problems in modern physics, the paper derives physical constants from first principles, demonstrates the physical significance of Planck’s units, solves discrete versions of SR and GR, derives the equivalence principle, presents a parameter-free description of early universe phenomena, Einstein’s relativity discovers a new form of unrelated length contraction and defines a discrete state of our universe – 42. It is 42 that defines our universe from any other variant of the universe. It also determines the rate of expansion and the fundamental orbital of the atom, thus reducing the number of stable universes as we know them to a few.

So while Douglas Adams may have picked random numbers when he wrote The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, maybe we live in a universe that likes to indulge in humor.

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