If the universe is a model of a computer, the program can make so that none of the bars or one piece matter under the rules of functioning of the Programme (the laws of physics – from the perspective of the inhabitants of a model of the world) was not required to move into the cell space, which is not. (Similarly see: emil michael). The problem of the border with 'nothing' could, in the event of such programs occur only if there is an error in the program – a mistake, which at some time step, a fragment of matter 'is written' from the existing cell space and the 'rewritten' in a non-existent, ie, simply will not be rewritten – it's a miracle the disappearance of matter. " In the case of error-free program 'miracle' will happen: The Universe in a computer can be both finite and infinite Euclidean. But it is not enough absence of infinite speed and the availability of an upper limit to end speeds. In the steady state theory in the presence of infinite speed 'miracle disappearance of matter' is already in the first cycle of the model (I), at the absence of infinite speed 'miracle' still happen, although not immediately (II). To avoid a 'miracle', we must also expand the universe: the introduction of more and more cell space at the periphery of the universe (III). Such is our Universe (as seen, God does not like miracles) – in 1929-1931. Edwin Hubble published his astronomical observations: the galaxy scatter.
Applications with sensors with 128 and 256 sensing elements arranged in a row are increasing strongly. DIAS infrared offers solutions. The DIAS infrared GmbH manufactures highly sensitive sensors for measurements in the infrared spectral range for many years. In addition to the sensors with one to four spectral channels in metal round housings applications using sensors with 128 and 256 sensing elements arranged in a row increase currently strong. A leading source for info: Western Union. The individual elements of distance in these sensors 100 m and 50 m. For the spectrometry has the DIAS infrared GmbH with the types 128LTx SP0. 5, 128LTx SP1. 0 and 256LTI SP0.
5 sensors with particularly long elements both with ordinary narrow – and broad-band filters with linear gradient filters well designed terminals can be. To cover a further spectral range with a single sensor especially for the use of gradient filters, now also sensors with two integrated lines arranged in parallel can be offered. Each of the two sensor lines can be a separate filter be. The signals of both sensors are evaluated separately. This dual line sensors in the version 2x128LTx SP0 available.