We will integrate new technologies that will migrate quantum reality and advance digital simulations. In our future reality, humans will transition into the quantum and digital realm without physical constraints.
On December 29,1959 Richard Feynman gave a lecture at Caltech, “There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom: An Invitation to Enter a New Field of Physics”, which was an invitation for scientists to investigate nanoscale robots capable of interacting near the atomic realm. Feynman offered 2 challenges, to create a miniaturized motor or to inscribe a page from a book on an area 25,000 smaller than its normal print. Tom Newman accomplished the second challenge by writing the first page of "Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities", on the head of a pin with a beam of electrons. This arbitrary challenge offered scientist the ability to demonstrate the nanoscale accuracy of manipulating electrons into lithographing random shapes on a surface.
Technologists began perfecting this nanoscale capability onto nanoscale logic circuits. Shortly thereafter, the integrated circuit era revolutionized our current computer and telecommunications industry. This industry had an exponential growth since the introduction of this innovation but achieved its limits prematurely requiring opportunities for new innovations.
On May 11, 2021 D.C. Adams gave a lecture at Princeton, “The New Physics of Dimensional Field Theory “, which was a proposal for physicists to evaluate the topological structure of dimensional space as it pertains to dark matter, gravity, and blackholes.
This topic was a summarized continuation of a previous work published April 17, 2019 regarding, "Algorithmic Uncertainty - Black Holes and Dark Stellars: Geo-Genesis “. Aside from introducing the study of Dimensional Field Theory, the paper explored the possibilities of differentiating a digital simulation from reality. This quest led to the development of new innovations and a company designed to partition the quantum barriers between reality and imagination.