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Weizsäcker used his theory to derive the 3-dimensionality of space and to estimate the entropy of a proton.

In 1988 Görnitz has shown that Weizsäcker's assumption can be connected with the Bekenstein-Hawking Entropy.

He pointed out that a simple explanation of the universe would be a Turing machine programmed to execute all possible programs computing all possible histories for all types of computable physical laws.

He also pointed out that there is an optimally efficient way of computing all computable universes based on Leonid Levin's universal search algorithm (1973).

Digital physics suggests that there exists, at least in principle, a program for a universal computer that computes the evolution of the universe.

Quantum versions of digital physics have recently been proposed by Seth Lloyd Related ideas include Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker's binary theory of ur-alternatives, pancomputationalism, computational universe theory, John Archibald Wheeler's "It from bit", and Max Tegmark's ultimate ensemble.

This allows the formulation of certain results which has hitherto eluded mainstream physicists.

Examples include an approximate relation among, h, c, m_e, G, and ∼α; particle masses and mass-charge relation; cosmological red shift without assuming that distant light sources are rapidly receding; gravity; and knowability of prediction.

Pancomputationalism (also known as pan-computationalism, naturalist computationalism) is a view that the universe is a computational machine, or rather a network of computational processes which, following fundamental physical laws, computes (dynamically develops) its own next state from the current one.

A computational universe is proposed by Jürgen Schmidhuber in a paper based on Konrad Zuse's assumption (1967) that the history of the universe is computable.

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Loop quantum gravity could lend support to digital physics, in that it assumes space-time is quantized.