Quantum Atom Theory is the theory that it is not just the Universe that is expanding but the atoms themselves and this creates time. This may sound odd but this theory can explain the gravitational attraction between masses of atoms. The theory is compatible with the Electromagnetic Force. It gives us a clear picture of what time is that also fits in with Einstein’s theory of Special Relativity. It also explains the uncertainty principle uniting classical mechanics and quantum mechanics.
This is a very simple theory you may think it is too simple but I believe it is also very beautiful.
We will start on the solid ground of Newton’s Third law of motion and show how this fits in with Q.A.T. and gravity.
Newton’s third law of motion,
“To every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”
Gravity is the opposite reaction to the atoms expanding this is why the greater the mass of atoms the stronger the gravity.
Newton’s Second Law of motion,
“The net force on an object is equal to the mass of the object multiplied by its acceleration”
Newton’s First Law of motion
“A body continues to maintain its state of rest or of uniform motion unless acted upon by an external unbalanced force”
In an object at a state of rest or in uniform motion the atoms are expanding in equilibrium, only if the body come in contact with an external force will the atom expansion increase. A object has its own spacetime unless acted upon by an external object.
We will look at quantum mechanics and uniting it with classical mechanics later first we must have a clear understanding of Time
Time and Quantum Atom Theory
In Q.A.T. time is very easy to understand it is just the measurement of the atoms as they expand. The problem we have is that the conscious mind has evolved to see only one place at a time (time being the measurement of atom expansion) this is why we have a measurement problem. Understanding time is the key to understanding quantum mechanics. In Q.A.T. there is no absolute or universal time because the atoms expand at different speeds in different conditions this fits in with Einstein theory Special Relativity.
The conscious mind has evolved to see light in all its glory and form. Just imagine if we could stand back and look at time in the same way as we look at light. Would time expand out in all possible direction from its centre source just like light?
We can create our own light source that are independent of other light source can we do this with time?
When two independent light scores come into contact they become one is it the same for time?
In Q.A.T. the answer to these question is yes
Is light and time a particles or a wave?
In Q.A.T. life is on the crest of a wave and light is part of that wave. Time is only the measurement of the wave.
The measurement problem and Q.A.T.
"The more accurately one tries to measure the position of a particle, the less accurately one can measure its speed, and vice versa."
In Q.A.T. when we observer the particle we are seeing the expansion of atoms in spacetime. We are seeing what we measure as time but the conscious mind has evolved to be in only one place at a time. Therefore we cannot measure the position and speed of the particle. It would be like being in two places at the same time. But what we do have is a choice in the microscopic world just as we do in the macroscopic world in fact they are the same.
Brownian motion and Quantum Atom Theory
"This is a phenomenon whereby pollen grains suspended in water are observed under a microscope to bounce around erratically."
In Q.A.T. this is due because the atoms are not expanding smoothly but in quanta bursts. It is like our whole Universe is a heart beating and every beat time moves on.
The two slit experiment and Quantum Atom Theory
We can now look at the two slit experiment. But first we need to understand more about Q.A.T. so we can know what is happening before the particles reach the plate with two parallel slits cut in it. In Q.A.T. electromagnetic radiation (light ext) is creating wave after wave of possibilities this is a continuous process called stimulated emission. When these waves come in contact with an object their wave function collapses and they create a moment in time this is a continuous process that creates the arrow of time or time continuum.
Double Slit Experiment and Quantum Atom Theory