Thursday, August 06, 2009

Hunger





Hunger




Life is challenging. Every so often one feels the need for a pick me up...:) Some people play the Lottery...:) I hate to lose money so I try not... but it is Human Nature...

When all the stars dim out in the sky - paraphrasing the last chapter of the Lord of The Rings...:)
when all hope is gone... some giant Eagles will come to rescue...:)

I felt like that not too long ago and reached out to a Fortune Cookie just to get this one...:)

Of course, I read my fortune on those fortune cookies...:) and totally believe that everything happens for no reason whatsoever... at least the events of chance - without direct causal linkages...

I felt silly ... made fun by a cookie...:)

Eventually I found reasons to be hopeful.

A student from University of Illinois sent me this nice email asking me questions. Since I know the horror of censorship by the establishment I will ellipse his/her name. I always try to do no harm... the first rule of hypercivilisation.. The second is to try to help.

This is another example of student engagement that makes me very hopeful someday people will fully understand my simple theory.

Dear MP,

I am a Physics undergraduate at the University of Illinois at Chicago and am about to finish up my Bachelor's in Science. The current models just don't cut it for me and so I am always looking for a new, more intuitive explanation for our observed phenomena. So when i came across your blog, i was very excited and intrigued. I have downloaded your latest paper and am slowly working through it, though i have hit a conceptual roadblock. I can not get my head around your concept of the fundamental dilator.

I can see it as a this perturbation that tunnels between two finite potential wells.

But the notation regarding spin is confusing me (the notation in Figure 4 in your paper titled "The Hypergeometrical Universe"). What exactly are these spins?
also, and i guess more fundamentally, what do you mean by "I modeled “particles” as coherences between 4D stationary states of metric
deformation." Namely, what is this coherence you bring up repeatedly?

Lastly, I was wondering if you are free within the next few months (as i am on summer break) to meet in person and talk to me about your model? I am in Chicago but am willing to travel to meet with you.

Thank you for you time and contributions to the field.

Best,
--

Name withheld by MP...:)

Well, how not to be hopeful with the future of Mankind when one faces the intellectually curious youth.

I will reproduce my quickly jotted down answer and try to fill in the blanks that I might had missed in my first attempt.

Sorry taking so long to reply. I rarely reads this email. Please use comments or send me email to ny2292000@yahoo.com.

I am preparing myself to go to work so I will be brief here. If you be so kind, I will use your question in the blog such that everyone can learn.

I certainly believe that my theory provides a better framework for describing the Universe than the rest. I would be happy to meet you in NYC or if you could arrange a little student gathering in Chicago, I would be happy to provide a brief talk about the theory.

Figure 4 contains the rotating double potential well associated with the fundamental dilator coherences. The fundamental dilator coherence is a coherence between two metric deformational states. This theory seeks how much one can say without defining details and what can be learn from that. This simple picture does not provide you with any information about the potential wells themselves but provides a picture that can be mapped to particles.

The spinning corresponds to a rotation on a four dimensional Cartesian manifold where the dilator not only spins (rotates around axes perpendicular to R (R is perpendicular to the Fabric of Space or our 3D lightspeed traveling hyperspherical shockwave universe). The dimensions associated with each state corresponds to metric deformation axes. I envision the dilator as a shape-shifting spinning hyper-ellipsoid of revolution. It has three axes as opposed to two axis in the standard ellipsoid of revolution.

The axis corresponds of a change in distance felt by two points on radially opposing directions to the ellipsoid.

The spin half which always bothered me as a graduate student is a relationship between spinning and tunneling.

If one considers the fourth axis to be very thin or Nil, the overlap of this ellipsoid is only not null when the dilator finite axes are flush against the fabric of space. This creates the stroboscopic Universe and preserves the character of our fundamental particles (electron, proton, positron, antiproton). They are just different phases of this coherence.

In summary, the intrinsic rotation (spin) is made extrinsic ( an actual rotation) in my theory.

By the way, I have a great friend at the University of Illinois. He works at the Supercomputer Center.

Please feel free to ask any questions, propose problems and just criticize the theory. I will defend it as I can.

I placed the theory on the web because I wasn't able to receive any meaningful criticism other that INAPPROPRIATE (see the censorship of my theory sister blog).

I believe the theory will percolate the community in the next few years. It takes time for people to understand something new. By the way, the spinning creates the stroboscopic universe and also solves the problem of how to abridge the gap between classical and quantum mechanics.

I explained already how to do it, but I didn't apply the theory to a hydrogen atom. I used the Quantum Lagrangian Principle to derive the forces.

Cheers,

MP



Figure 4 is shown below:












There are a few salient aspects in this diagram. The first is that I maintained a notation that parallels the Quark composition of particles in the Standard Model. They have a different meaning and serve a different purpose. In the Standard Model, they correspond to quarks up and down (2/3, 1/3 respectively). In my case, they correspond to the axis lengths of a hyperellipsoid of revolution (an ellipsoid of revolution with three axis as opposed to two).

I chose an hyperellipsoid but I could equally well had chosen a hyper parallelepiped...:) What matter is that it has three axes and thus defines a volume. In my case, it is a displacement volume. A displacement volume is the volume that disappears or appears as the dilator tunnels from state to state.

If one conceive the four dimensional Cartesian space where our hyperspherical expanding 3D Universe exists as an elastic medium, then the tunneling by the dilator generates waves on a pristine space. Pristine is only the outwards of the hyperspherical Universe. The inwards (corresponding to the region inside the Hypersphere) is not pristine and is full of dilatons but no dilator. All dilators travel at the speed of light with the shockwave Universe.

In the email, I was asked about what spins

Figure 4 contains the rotating double potential well associated with the fundamental dilator coherences. The fundamental dilator coherence is a coherence between two metric deformational states. This theory seeks how much one can say without defining details and what can be learn from that. This simple picture does not provide you with any information about the potential wells themselves but provides a picture that can be mapped to particles.

The spinning corresponds to a rotation on a four dimensional Cartesian manifold where the dilator not only spins (rotates around axes perpendicular to R (R is perpendicular to the Fabric of Space or our 3D lightspeed traveling hyperspherical shockwave universe). The dimensions associated with each state corresponds to metric deformation axes. I envision the dilator as a shape-shifting spinning hyper-ellipsoid of revolution. It has three axes as opposed to two axis in the standard ellipsoid of revolution.

The axis corresponds of a change in distance felt by two points on radially opposing directions to the ellipsoid.

The spin half which always bothered me as a graduate student is a relationship between spinning and tunneling.

If one considers the four axis to be very thin or Nil, the overlap of this ellipsoid is only not null when it is flush against the fabric of space. This creates the stroboscopic Universe and preserves the character of our fundamental particles (electron, proton, positron, antiproton). They are just phases of this coherences.

In summary, the intrinsic rotation (spin) is made extrinsic ( an actual rotation) in my theory.


One has to wrap one's minds around a shape shifting object, translating at the speed of light that also spins. In doing so, its overlap with our 3D Universe - also translating at the speed of light- changes from "Zero" to a volume that corresponds to a proton or an electron or an antiproton or a positron.

Note that there is intrinsically a tempo for all those transaction. If they were to happen out of phase the resulting interaction would be null. Thus one can envision the quantization of spin as real or the result of observation. Anything without that quantization wouldn't be detected in our Universe.
My position is that the quantization happened at time zero - when the initial bipolar macroscopic metric deformation decayed into the matter with which we are familiar.

I wasn't able to make a good figure or to make some animation. It would be great.

The best I could come up with was the Fundamental Dilator shown in this figure.
The colors indicate dilation or contraction of the local metric, the lettering orientation indicates the orientation of the dilator phase largest cross-section with respect to the 3D Universe. Horizontal lettering means total overlap with the 3D Universe. Perpendicular lettering results in zero overlap with the 3D Universe, thus those phases are not detected, but they produce a dilaton field (metric waves) since their contributions add coherently to the contributions of prior phases. Remember that even though I draw this phases along an horizontal line, they are occurring along the radial direction. The radial direction is perpendicular to the 3D Universe.












I mentioned in my theory that it provides the link between Classical and Quantum Mechanics. I used this link to calculate from first principles all the forces.

I did not use it to model the Hydrogen Atom for instance. I was hopping someone would ask me that simple question and I would advise them on how to do it. Time has passed by and I will be tackling this problem soon. Of course, I welcome help.

The last question is about what is the meaning of modeling particles as coherences between deformational states.

Well, let pick up a few examples. The electron and antielectron shown in the fundamental dilator diagram corresponds to the eternally (almost) repeating coherence show in the double potential well diagram. Depending upon which phase is in phase with the 3D Universe, one would observe one or the other particle. Observation is the result of stroboscopic interaction.

If you study Fourier series you know that overlapping sinusoidals only yield a non-zero integral if there is a frequency relationship between them. They should have the same underlying frequency to yield a non-zero integral Here we have the same problem, when two particles interact they change shape and thus attraction (repulsion). If in one phase they attract each other and in the other they repel each other, the resulting interaction is null. This would be the case of a Neutron. A neutrino has a different frequency component. The neutrino coherence is not between the ground states of the double potential well, but between the excited states of the double potential well.

Let's pick up another example:


This pion plus coherence repeats itself until it decays into an positron and a gamma ray. The gamma ray is the result of the decay of the electron-positron subcoherences.

The pion is actually a trimmer. Within the 3D space it will always look as structured to to its three components. There is a degeneracy on which phase is in phase with the 3D Universe. The three states coexist and provide an extra degree of freedom (orbital angular momentum or helicity).

Particles are derived form the Fundamental Dilator since most of the matter in the Universe is made of it and the particles interact with the Universe, thus they should contain its fundamental component.


Thanks for giving me hope...:)

Cheers,

MP

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