Wednesday, 27 June 2018

What does Schrodinger's equation represent? What is waving?

In this video I want to give you an objective understanding of the waveequation of quantum mechanics. To do this I am going to use an image ofsomething that we all have an objective picture of. 

I am going to use the imageof a man pushing a box in the x-direction, now if we want to know where your
box is at a given time we need something called the position function and theposition function is a function that tells you what is the future of X. All you need is to input the time and you will know where your box is at that time. It gives you the future position of the box. The equation that describes the motion of this process is Newton's second law that says that the force is equal to the mass of the box into the second derivative of the position, meaning that if your object is moving there must be a force and this force is equal to the change of speed or the second change in position into the mass. This description of the motion is a differential equation if you solve this differential equation you will get a position function that will give you the future of the system or in other words the future position of the box at given moment in time! 

 Now if we look at Schrodinger equation we find it is based on the same rules as Newton's second law in the classical system. 

The only difference isinstead of representing a box the system is a subatomic particle say a photon electron interaction that behaves like a wave particle. It has a wave particlenature and the equation that describes this behaviour is called the Schrodinger wave equation and solving this equation gives us information on the future of this wave particle duality. Just like our box in classical physics with the future position of the box represented by the position function, in quantum mechanics the future is represented by the quantum wave particle function or probability function. 

 This great similarity between classical physics andquantum mechanics is not an accident. It is because the ever changing world ofour everyday life that we represent with classical physics is based on the probabilistic nature of quantum mechanics. 

 In this theory the mathematics ofquantum mechanics represents the physics of ‘time’ as a geometrical process ofenergy exchange with Newton’s differential equation representing processes over a period of time.

Friday, 25 May 2018

Saturn is formed by the Golden Ratio and this explains how!

Why is Saturn based on the Golden Ratio? This video put forward the idea
that it is because the Universe is based on one universal geometrical
process. The one thing nonorganic and organic matter has in common is
that they are both formed over a period of time.
Saturn’s rings would have formed over a period of time and Darwin’s
theory of evolution is a process over a period of time. If time and
space are part of an emergent geometrical process this could explain why
we see the same geometrical patterns in the diversity of life as we see
throughout the nonorganic Universe. In this theory we have a universal
process of spherical symmetry forming and breaking that forms entropy
with a built in potential for ever greater symmetry formation. The
driving force for this process is the spontaneous absorption and
emission of light or photon energy.

Monday, 14 May 2018

You are the creator, but what we need to realize is that there is uncertainty built into the creative process of life!

The video: You are the Creator, BUT!

You are the creator, but what we need to realize is that there is uncertainty built into the creative process of life! Without uncertainty we could not have freedom for the evolution and diversity of life. This is not an attack on the idea of karma; it is just saying that a deeper and more scientific understanding of the process that forms the passage of time is needed.

In this theory the Universe is a continuum based on photon energy vibrations! We have an emergent process unfolding with each photon electron coupling or dipole moment. The geometry of this interactive process can be represented by math: (E=ˠM˳C²)∞ with energy ∆E equals mass ∆M linked to the Lorentz contraction ˠ of space and time. The Lorentz contraction ˠ represents the time dilation of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. We have energy ∆E slowing the rate that time ∆t flows as a universal process of energy exchange or continuous creation. Mass will increase relative to this process with gravity being a secondary force to the electromagnetic force. The c² represents the speed of light c radiating out in a sphere 4π of EMR from its radius forming a square c² of probability. We have to square the probability of the wave-function Ψ because the area of the sphere is equal to the square of the radius of the sphere multiplied by 4π. This simple geometrical process forms the probability and uncertainty of everyday life and at the smallest scale of the process is represented mathematically by Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle ∆×∆pᵪ≥h/4π. In such a theory we have an emergent future unfolding photon by photon with the movement of charge and flow of EM fields. This gives us a geometrical reason for positive and negative charge with a concaved inner surface for negative charge and a convexed outer surface for positive charge. The brackets in the equation (E=ˠM˳C²)∞ represent a dynamic boundary condition of an individual reference frame with an Arrow of Time or time line for each frame of reference. The infinity ∞ symbol represents an infinite number of dynamic interactive reference frames that are continuously coming in and out of existence. At the smallest scale the Planck constant ħ=h/2π is a constant of action in the dynamic geometrical process that we see and feel as the passage of time.

 Lightcone diagram.

As a process of continuous energy exchange this naturally forms the Riemann surface as a real two-dimensional manifold or what I like to call a boundary condition.
This dynamic two dimensional surface forms the conditions for the holographic principle in a similar way to these images of two hyperbolic mirrors forming a hologram.
In our everyday life this two dimensional surface is represented by the movement of positive and negative charge with the inner concaved surface representing negative charge and the outer convex surface representing positive charge.
The light photon of quantum mechanics forms the movement of charge with the continuous flow of electromagnetic fields in three dimensional space.
In this theory this represents an emergent probabilistic process unfolding with each photon vibration relative to the atoms of the periodic table and the wavelength of the electromagnetic spectrum. 


Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Where are the many worlds of Hugh Everett’s Many Worlds Interpretation?

Where are the many worlds of Hugh Everett’s Many Worlds Interpretation? 
New video: 

 Theory is one of the most popular interpretations of quantum mechanics, but for many people it seems wrong that we need an infinite number of extra dimensions or parallel universes just to explain our three dimensional Universe. 

In the mathematics of Hugh Everett’s Many Worlds Interpretation the parallel universes are all at right-angles to each other. In this theory this represents the electric and magnetic fields always being at right-angles to each other. 

The light photon of quantum mechanics is the carrier of electromagnetic fields and it is time variations within magnetic fields that act as a source for electric fields and time varying electric fields is the source of magnetic fields. When one field is changing in time, then a field of the other is induced.

This is an emergent process relative to the position and momentum of the objects creating the time variations the atoms themselves. The reason why this theory only needs three dimensions and one variable in the form of time is because it uses the holographic principle. 

This is formed by positive and negative charge forming a dynamic two dimensional boundary condition or Riemann surface.