Therefore the key question is how time (quasi-)lattices are possible in TGD Universe: here zero energy ontology (ZEO) provides a mechanism minimizing the dissipation: time reversal occurring in state function reductions gives rise to time reversed dissipation and dissipation in reversed time direction looking like automatic error correction. This relates to the long lifetime of entanglement, easy to achieve in the unitary evolution but more difficult in the dissipative real world.
The popular article at Phys.org talks somewhat misleadingly about 2-D time although the time values in discretization span 2-D algebraic extension of rationals. The effective N-dimensionality in the algebraic sense is a basic prediction of adelic physics, which involves cognitive representations as unique number theoretical discretization of space-time surface relying on the hierarchy of extensions of rationals. In the real physics sense one would have 1-D time but in algebraic sense N-dimensional time.
The claimed dynamical emergence of symmetries making possible symmetry protected short range entanglement for edge states of the ion array is not really understood and is therefore interesting from the TGD viewpoint. Same applies to the notion of topologically preserved long range entanglement: also here the new physics predicted by TGD can help.
The article mentions also the possibility of quantum coherent units of $N$ qubits behaving like single multi-qubit. The notion of dark N-particles emerges naturally from the number theoretical view of TGD. The dark N-particle would be an analog of the color singlet hadron, and the color group would be replaced by the Galois group. The existence of these kinds of states would mean a revolution in quantum computation and there already exists evidence for N-photons.
See the article Can quasi-time crystal be created by a Fibonacci process?: TGD point of view or the chapter with the same title.
Life on the gradient - https://metro.co.uk/2022/07/25/mysterious-life-forms-discovered-in-centuries-old-hawaiian-lava-caves-17060670/
Thank you. Looks highly interesting.
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