Very interesting ideas and important conclusions for search of a ontological basis of fundamental knowledge:
"If the monad is an abstraction, having no intrinsic dimension, then it is perhaps fair to suppose that all the numerous (but countable) monads generating this virtual reality 'exist' at a single dimensionless point. "
"However, it is just as valid to think of this point as a superposition of the monads, a place where one massively parallel computer, burgeoning in capacity, engenders reality. When researching and developing 'quantum computing', we should bear in mind that we may be accessing precisely this superposition of the universe. If the entire machinery of reality exists in one place, concurrent action at a distance no longer seems "spooky".
These thoughts and conclusion is consonant with the thought Henry David Thoreau:
It is by a mathematical point only that we are wise,
as the sailor or the fugitive slave keeps the polestar in his eye;
but that is sufficient guidance for all our life.
We may not arrive at our port within a calculable period,
but we would preserve the true course.
I also fully agree with these inferences:
"At the deep basis of reality, we should be looking for the most primitive computation, rather than the most primitive equation, to emblazon our T-shirts."
"Every age establishes a paradigm informed by the dominant technology of their era - Isaac Newton's clockwork universe has become today's computational universe."
Now is the Information age, which requires a new conceptual paradigm to overcome the crisis of understanding in fundamental science. My appreciation for your original ideas on representation of dialectics ideal that is very important for understanding of the nature of information and time. I also with interest read your previous essay "On the Origin of Time" and noted your ideas of "quantum of space" and " quantum of time".
I invite you to see my analysis of the philosophical foundations of mathematics and physics, the method of ontological constructing of the primordial generating structure, "La Structure mère" as the ontological framework, carcass and foundation of knowledge, the core of which - the ontological (structural, cosmic) memory of Universum as a whole. I believe that the scientific picture of the world should be the same rich senses of the "LifeWorld"(E.Husserl), as a picture of the world poets , artists and philosophers.