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In his inaugural lecture at Cambridge, Stephen Hawking talked of being on the verge of a complete theory that we would all be able to eventually understand. Roger Penrose suggests that it will be necessary to build a bridge between classical physicsMoreIn his inaugural lecture at Cambridge, Stephen Hawking talked of being on the verge of a complete theory that we would all be able to eventually understand. Roger Penrose suggests that it will be necessary to build a bridge between classical physics and quantum reality. Albert Einstein railed against the inherent probability implied by the uncertainty principle. Those who delve deepest into the divide between classical physics and quantum physics come to the same conclusion- at the most fundamental level of the universe, we will find some form of determinism.The Simplest Universe Theory begins without space, time, energy, or physics. The only possible way to start a universe under these conditions leads to discrete space and time. All laws, principles, and constants of physics can be derived from this model. There are no external requirements other than existence in its raw form, and a very basic form of logic, the sort of logic that says one minus one is nothing or that the combination of two perfectly opposite forces is no force at all.In his final years, abandoned by his colleagues, Einstein said that in a complete theory there would be no singularities, all matter would have well defined properties independent of their measurement, and no two particles would be able to influence each other faster than the speed of light. He was right.The Simplest Universe Theory is the first successful description of a complete theory. We can now attempt to answer some of the questions that have troubled us for milennia: What is time? What role does time play? What lies beyond the universe? How did the universe begin? Simplest Universe Theory by Donald Bovee