NS  Vol.3 No.2 , February 2011
Progress of computer potential of mankind as the basis for a new model of the universe
ABSTRACT
Known models of the Universe development are discussed in the present work. At present it is not possible to state what model is true among the suggested ones because all models are based on the assumptions a validity of which is scarcely determined. There are plenty of reasons, and the most important ones are impossibility of experiments performance on a global scale, very short time of nature study and low accuracy of determination of fundamental phy- sical constants to check their possible drift. In the most of models the intellect is an unnecessary attribute. Mankind is only an inner insignificant observer in the Universe. Small changes which Humanity can produce on the Earth don’t modify our planet on a global scale. However besides changes in the material world Mankind can create intellectual valuables. Large information content can be stored, integrate and process using computers. We have no any principle restrictions in advance of the com- puter engineering. Therefore we propose a new model of the Universe development which is based on the increasing facilities of our Mankind. In this model the Earth is considered as an analogue of supercomputer. Under certain circumstances Mankind is ready to carry out information processing for other civilizations, but such civilizations have not yet been found. The Creators of the Universe could be other customers. Computer-like model of the Universe suggests a communication with the Creators in future for execution of their calculation orders. However this model is not complete because of lack of high rate of information transfer for long distances.

Cite this paper
Stabnikov, P. (2011) Progress of computer potential of mankind as the basis for a new model of the universe. Natural Science, 3, 91-100. doi: 10.4236/ns.2011.32013.
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