The hypothesis that the number of possible states of every finite volume of space-time is finite.

Physics as a cellular automaton

Digital Philosophy - Ed Fredkin's site
Finite Nature - paper
Digital Physics
Bottom Layer - Ross Rhodes' site
A New Kind Of Science - Stephen Wolfram's 2002 publication
Digital Perspectives
Cellular Space
Tom Ostoma and Mike Trushyk
InformationPhysics.com
Digital Spiritualism

Ether

Dayton Miller's Ether-Drift Experiments: A Fresh Look
References - a follow up to the above article
Maurice Allais
Aethro-kinematics
"Aether" and "Gyrons"
"Scientific Materialism"
Light is the ghost of mass - by Chuck Bennett
Did the Michelson-Morley experiments prove there was no "aether wind"?

Discussion forums

digitalphilosophy (Yahoo groups)
digitalmetaphysics (Yahoo groups)
digitalphysics (Yahoo groups)
digitalspiritualism (Yahoo groups)
Aethro-Kinematics (Yahoo groups)

Reversibility

Time reversibility, computer simulation, and chaos - online book
Bibliography of temporal (ir)reversibility in dynamical systems

Quantum mechanics

The information interpretation of quantum mechanics

Many worlds

The Everett FAQ

Cosmogony

Eternal return
Poincare Recurrence Theorem
A New Cosmogony - by Ed Fredkin

Misc

Crystal structures - in Java
Chirality in geometry and physics
Caroline Thompson's physics
A new general theory of physics - James A. Putnam
The Computer Inside You - a book by Kurt Johmann
What is and what will be - Paul P. Budnik Jr.

Multiverse

Parallel universes in M-theory
The Ekpyrotic Universe - A Collision Before the Big Bang?
A Brief Introduction to the Ekpyrotic Universe - Paul J. Steinhardt
The Ekpyrotic Universe: Colliding Branes and the Origin of the Hot Big Bang
'Brane-Storm' Challenges Part of Big Bang Theory (1)
'Brane-Storm' Challenges Part of Big Bang Theory (2)
'Brane-Storm' Challenges Part of Big Bang Theory (3)
Ekpyrotic Universe


Tim Tyler | tim@tt1.org | http://finitenature.com/