I think the Universe’s laws of physics are now way outdated. Let’s suggest a patch for this.

Universe::Physics v 2.1.0 release notes

  • Quantum tunnel glitch : fixed a bug that randomly caused particles to go through well potentials although they lacked the energy to do it.
  • High velocity engine improved : heavy computations at high speed caused local space-time to bend. The engine is now better and the so-called relativistic effects are now minimized.
  • Improved data structure (Heisenberg’s bug): Variables are stored with more efficiency. It is now possible to know both where a particle is, and at what speed it travels.
  • Entropy leak: Some memory leaks that caused entropy to constantly grow without limit have been fixed.
  • Teleportation: Owing to some pointer error, changing the spin of some particle would instantly affect its twin particle in some setups. This is no longer the case.
  • Planck’s constant: A better meshing takes place, and the Planck’s constant has been drastically reduced so the universe seems more “continuous”.
  • Electrons: For the sake of simplicity, electrons now actually rotate around the atoms.
  • Pi number: It seems the ratio between a circle diameter and its circumference has attracted a lot of attention during the last two millenniums. For more convenience, it has been set to an exact —rational— value of pi= 3.14.

Any further suggestions will be welcomed !