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Proving Einstein's Unification equation and String theory

There are two problems in modern physics that has never been solved:

1.  proving or disproving Einstein's Unification equation.

2.  proving or disproving String theory.


Before Albert Einstein died he was working on something called Unification.  He wanted to prove to the world that the universe and everything in it (including gravity, em radiation, force, atoms, electrons, etc) come from a single unified equation.  In his life, he wasn't able to finish his work and made a statement to the world that his Unification equation was incomplete and that it wasn't wrong. 

Einstein believed the universe is governed by math equations and that all things in it can be predicted.  On the other hand, Bohr and other scientists, believed Einstein was wrong and that some things in this universe are governed by chance and have infinite possibilities.  Bohr used the dice example to prove that Einstein was wrong. 

I, on the other hand, believe both Einstein and Bohr.  In the dice example, we have to break up the problem into two parts:  1.  intelligent life.  2.  physics.  The physics is predictable because a computer can simulate gravity, atoms, and object interactions and predict how the dices will land.  Intelligent life, on the other hand, is very hard to predict and sometimes impossible to predict. 

At an atomic level, when we deal with electrons, photons, em radiation and atoms, intelligent life doesn't exist.  Living organisms like human beings think really slowly.  While human beings are thinking and making decisions, trillions of activities are happening within atoms.  What I'm trying to say is that there are time dilations between living organisms and atoms.

In this universe, all objects and their interactions are interconnected in a spiderweb (stated by Heisenberg).  The actions of one tiny atom or electron can change all things in our universe.  For example, a hydrogen atom in India can change things in the United states -- the hydrogen atom from India moves to the left, this causes clouds to form around a city, the cloud causes rain, the rain causes US flights to be canceled.

Let's change the subject matter a little.  String theory was recently proposed by leading scientists.  These scientists believe that all things in this universe are made up of one type of object, strings.  These vibrating strings make up all things in our Universe (which is Einstein's Unification theory). 

The problem is that String theory can't be proven (or disproven) because scientists are unable to do experiments to test wither Strings exist or not.  If they can't do experiments, then they can't prove their theory.         

On the other hand, Einstein stated that his Unification equation was missing variables and that his equation was incomplete.  I believe that the missing variable is actually AI, artificial intelligence.  One very important aspect about AI is its ability to take partial data from the environment and infer hidden data.

Like I said, all things in this universe (atoms, electrons, em radiation, even strings), are all interconnected in a spiderweb.  A computer can sense microscopic data from the environment and use this data to infer hidden data.  For example, scientists say it is impossible to "know" if an electron has an up or down spin.  Current experiments use lasers to interact with electrons to determine if its an up or down spin.  Heisenberg said that it's impossible to predict an electron's spin without changing the electron.

If we use artificial intelligence and we don't interact with the electron, a computer can be used to predict what kind of spin the electron has at any given moment.  

My hope is that in the future, there is a computer that can collect microscopic data from the environment and AI is used to infer hidden data.  These hidden data include:  the exact time locations of protons, neutrons, electrons, em radiations, strong forces, weak forces, gravity, quarks, and even vibrating strings.

If tiny strings vibrate differently, they will eventually change their hierarchical compositions.  For example, if a tiny string changes its vibration, it will affect its outer composition, which is a proton.  Next, the proton will affect nearby objects like neutrons or an electron orbiting its nucleus.  Then, the electron will affect the direction of an em radiation being emitted.  Finally, this em radiation is sensed by the computer at a specific location.     

If the original string had a different vibration, the computer would have sensed the em radiation in a different location. 

The interconnected spiderweb of our universe is the key to proving wither String theory really is a science.  We don't need to do experiments on atoms, all we need is artificial intelligence to collect microscopic data from the environment and to infer hidden data.    

You must be wondering why I'm so interested in String theory.  The reason is because String theory ties into what I'm trying to do.  My practical time machine can't work if Einstein's unification equation is wrong.  If I can prove String theory, I can prove Einstein's unification equation, and ultimately, I can prove that my practical time machine works. 

The reason I use artificial intelligence to complete Einstein's Unification equation is because human beings might not be smart enough or they take too long to discover the missing equation.  Super intelligent robots can be used to uncover the truth about the universe and generate concrete math models to represent everything.                       

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