Adler1337 wrote:I think they say the universe doesn't have a limit because it is constantly expanding, therefore its limit is infinity.
because vector3df have no limit
When you're a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
Computer science has no authority in describing how the universe works, unless we're living in a simulation. In which case, gently caress everything about that.
Physics is the true science that describes how the universe works on a fundamental level. I personally what bewildered by the soul crushing constraints (even at a post graduate level) of how the world works. You can't travel faster than light. Entropy means all mater will devolve eventually. Energy can only be transferred. Matter is only stored energy.
Despite computer science is technically an art (despite most institutions award them in science form) due to the process of theorem, science = conjecture> theorem>theory while art = theory>theorem>conjecture. Even the word computer can be argued, most of the art involved analytic studies. So a more accurate description of CS would be Quantitative Analytical Studies.
The key word here is Quantitative. A simulated world would be even more limited than current physical limitations, (unless the simulation works like a ray tracer and simulates around sentient objects).