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Are we living in the matrix?

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Here is an interesting fact: no one knows how to write down a discretised version of the laws of physics in a manner that allows them to be simulated on a computer. The obstacle is known as the Nielsen-Ninomiya theorem. I will describe this result and some attempts to circumvent it.

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