According to the Estakhr's Principle of Physical Constants Physical Constants are Computational limits or vice versa.

Why do the limits to the computation of the universe appear to us as fundamental physical constants?

Why the computational limits of the Universe from the Big Bang happen to have those values?

Does not that mean we're inside a computer?

Is not the Estakhr's principle of physical constants a kill shot to materialistic worldview?

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    It seems very speculative and perhaps too broad for the kind of short answers we try to provide. Regardless, welcome to this SE! – Frank Hubeny Sep 22 '18 at 0:12
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    Maybe it's broad but it seems a good question. I cannot comment but will be interested in the answers. – PeterJ Sep 22 '18 at 12:43
  • In fact.. the main limits (asymptotes..) appear to contradict the idea of computer simulation. – Richard Sep 23 '18 at 19:21