When one inputs a number into this python code the output will show the size of a universe. It will show the event horizon of light and bit information. The code does not need very large numbers to obtain the 13.8 billion year old age of the universe, in fact the number is just 165.4. Here is the read out for this number below. If you use the python code just input a number and wait for the last calculation and that is your output for the number inputted.

The void of the universe needed something to be injected into it for the universe to expand so if you enter zero you will get all zero's back. The big question is what was the first thing to enter the universe? Was it information, energy or mass? Can you answer the latter question? Remember that the trigger to the universe could have been a tiny bit of information and it expanded rapidly with light and energy that is quite possible. So pardon me for the small numbers as I assume it only happened once at the input level and it is for you pure enjoyment that you get a second try with numbers to inflate the universe with other numbers.

Would it be possible that the universe started off from just information and mass and energy followed or was all together.

If you enter 5 you will see the number for recombination and it will show what the distance was for beyond the observable at that time too.

Enter: 165.4

330.8 The Universe in a flat 2d plane at 2 bits multiplied by inputted number equals the amount of information

1488.6000000000001 Output of calculation of light years from bit information in 2d

1.6743926269854437e+19 The max amount of bit information with energy and mass for this calculated Universe as in a Volume of a Sphere

13,810,278,243.669123 This is the calculated Universe in light years as in a Volume of a Sphere

93,219,378,144.76657 Beyond Observable Entire Universe related to bit carrying total as in a Volume of a Sphere

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Python:

```
print('''Infomation is equivalent to energy and without its constant injection into the system
the universe will collapse. The universe cannot continue to expand without an informational
presense.
Enter the numbers in parenthesis (.15) for Neutrino decoupling and (.462) for Big Bang nucleosynthesis
and (5) for Recombination and see how that relates to the beginning of the
universe on wikipedia.
<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronology_of_the_universe">Big Bang</a>
8 bits is the multplier to know a Universes carrying capacity, because 1 atoms capacity is 8 bits.
<a href="https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/how-many-bits-or-bytes-of-information-are-present-in-1-atom.952025/">Atom bit capacity</a>
The Universe is 14 billion years old and has expanded to 93 billion light years, and continues to expand due to inflation of the Universe.
<a href="https://scienceblogs.com/startswithabang/2010/10/27/how-big-is-the-unobservable-un">Universe Actual Size</a>
__________________''')
import time
while True:
n = (float(input('Input a bit number into the void to kick off the big bang or construct a Universe: ')))
void = 1
increment = 1
numbers_range = 10
start_time = time.time()
while void < numbers_range:
print(((2*n)),'The Universe in a flat 2d plane at 2 bits multiplied by inputed number equals the amount of information')
u = (2*n)
info = ((4/3)*3.14)*u**3
print (void*n,'Output of calculation of light years from bit information in 2d')
l = (void*n)
light = ((4/3)*3.14)*l**3
infomax = (light*info*8)
info_out = (light)*(6.75)
print (("{:,}".format(infomax)),'The max amount of bit information with energy and mass for this calculated Universe as in a Volume of a Sphere')
print (("{:,}".format(light)),'This is the calculated Universe in light years as in a Volume of a Sphere')
print(("{:,}".format(info_out)),'Beyond Observable','Entire Universe related to bit carrying total as in a Volume of a Sphere')
increment = 1 ** (len(str(void))-1)
void += increment
e = int(time.time() - start_time)
print('{:02d}:{:02d}:{:02d}'.format(e // 3600, (e % 3600 // 60), e % 60))
print('______________________')
```