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God, Logic, and Quantum Information

EasyChair Preprint no. 3477

10 pagesDate: May 24, 2020


The concept of quantum information introduced by quantum mechanics allows of an interpretation of the world as conscious, and of logic as the result of the action of that conscious medium.
As usual, quantum mechanics and the theory of quantum information call that interpretation “quantum computer” or “the universe (world) as a quantum computer”. However, one can show that this “quantum computer” possesses the capability of free choice and some kind of natural teleology. The link between the former and latter generates one phenomenon, which can be investigated by science: It can be called the free will of the universe and interpreted as a scientific conception of God or as a hypostasis of Him studied by theology.
The same viewpoint includes all logics or the conception of universal logic in a natural way. Any logic “of anything” can be seen as a partial ordering and thus as a stage of the universal and single well-ordering of the universe going to the past and accomplished by the “universe as a quantum computer”. Thus, any that should be a partial result in the ordering in the course of time from future to past by the meditation of the present and of the choices made in the present.

Keyphrases: axiom of choice, choice, Energy, God, information, logic, mass, matter, quantum information

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  author = {Vasil Penchev},
  title = {God, Logic, and Quantum Information},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 3477},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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