Saturday, 1 November 2008

Quantum Atom Theory

The Atoms of Aphrodite


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Quantum Atom Theory
In this theory it is not just the Universe that is expanding but also the atoms themselves are expanding in spacetime. This can be observed in the casimir effect and the opposite reaction to time expansion is gravity itself. Each independent object has its own spacetime and time will run faster if that object is in acceleration we can observe this in time dilation. There is a mathematical concept called imaginary numbers that runs at right angles to ordinary time in Q.A.T. this is because spacetime is expanding in all direction as the atoms expand creating their own spacetime.
In Q.A.T. there is only one Universe but all possible spacetime exist (infinity).

I hope this makes more sense of than my previous post.
I am moving my rhymes to my other blog because I am running out of time and space here.
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26 comments:

Vinz aka Vinu said...

what is this work actually..?i mean painting, sand work or what exactly..

whatever it is amazing display of artistic talent..!!

:)

Sandy said...

Love the painting!!! Great effect on that and I like the pose...

I'm in a hurry right now, but I'll have to read this closer....Haven't had enough coffee yet to wake up my brain...

gautami tripathy said...

I suppose it is time for me to revisit Physics. My dad would be so happy up there...

Billy said...

Having been obsessed with quantum theory ('what the bleep' kind of stuff) for many years, I'm glad I discovered your blog. Very cool.)

Art and Poetry said...

Vinz aka vinu- its oil on canvas the technique is called pointillism, dots really.

gingatao said...

I have been asking some people if art is a better description of the world than physics or maths or logic given the fact very few people can actually absorb these concepts (particular nonlinear time, which after all implies non-linear causality and logic and physics and maths and language are all linear but good art isn't) into their world view this way?

SandyCarlson said...

Pointillism becomes a wonderful metaphor...Beautiful.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

it makes me think! :)

Devika said...
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Devika said...

sir,

this is just to say..you may cut/edit any part from my previous comment...

i almost feel i'm in a state of bliss and not much realise what i'm writing...and re-reading is not in my habit, normally...

if i do that, i will not be commenting on any blog....even mine...

i hope you understand what people go through with extreme sadness and happiness..i'm like a rubber ball finding at those extremes each day...

wishes!
devika

MAN IN PAINTING said...

loved it.i remembered the "chaotic theory"Though it was complicated you expalined it so simply.And a brain which is slowly using its different parts will definitely start using "the whole"
thank you
MIP

Rakesh Vanamali said...

Nick

I was introduced to your space by Devika!

I must say that your work is amazing, both the art and the accompanying write-up!

Thanks very much for illustrating the concepts of spacetime, casimir effect, time dilation and imaginary numbers!

I am deeply reminded of the Father of Time - Stephen Hawking!

What better way than to read through his work while also indluging in your creation!

Cheers

Rakesh

The Penguin said...

Hi Nick
Sorry, going to be picky again. 'Their' is a possssive pronoun (above the wee picture on the right) I think you meant 'there' :) I'm in Lynne Truss mode today :) Probably comes of talking to her pa :)

The pic's more Signac than Seurat, no?

The Casimir effect seldom, except theoretically I think, produces repulsion. Also it only works at distances upto about 100-200 times the atomic diameter so your expanding atoms would only get to that size and stop but just as importantly what makes them stop?

To a large extent, imaginary numbers are a construct rather than a concept. If it is a 'truth', mathematically, that all numbers have a square root, however extended they are then how do we deal with '-1', use 'i'. Just as importantly, you cannot generate 'complex' numbers without 'i' and without complex numbers there are no probablity amplitudes and where would QM be without pas?

PS to Billy, take a look at the comments on http://journeybystarlight.blogspot.com/2007/06/quantum-mechanics-for-cat-lovers-newton.html for an appraisal of 'what the bleep' :)

The whole blog itself is excellent as an introduction to relativity, although I doubt anything can beat Max Born's book. He at least, like Penrose, doesn't assume his audience isn't prepared to put the work in to get the math (unlike Hawking)

Art and Poetry said...

Penguin- Thanks! you know more about english than me I am dyslexc.
In the Casimir effect everything is relative (expanding together).
Between the two parallel plates this will be seen as wavelength fluctuation, its a bit like Brownian Motion.
Time would have to stop for the atoms to stop expanding. These fluctuation are infinite between the plates but less than the finite amount outside. In other words the atoms have infinity.
It is true what you say about these imaginary numbers! but Q.A.T. predicts these numbers they are other spacetimes.
"How do we deal with 1?" I can not see a problem with 1, there has always be a problem explaining infinity. But with atom expansion the problem is solved!

Janice Thomson said...

Love the pointillism painting Nick! Enjoying the discussion on QAT immensely :)

The Penguin said...

Ah Nick, you invited me to this blog because I have an interest in quantum mechanics. I do, what I don't have an interest in, except to rail against, is creation science. You may profoundly believe that you have discovered unbeforeknown knowledge, all well and good, I believe in the tooth fairy, but it saddens me when others seem to believe that QAT has scientific value.

Leb wohl! As my good friend Albert used to say.

Devika said...

Hi Nick!

i just read Penguins comment and your explanation...since i didn't understand the theory behind itself..the conceptual part of the dooubt did not get me...

but wonder how commentators closely read one -- if you say dyslexic for such oversights, what would be mine...sometimes rereading my comments make no sense at all...to me

anyway, thanks no one came to me saying so..i tend to lose my nerves on these observations..time i take things lightly...

thanks
devika

Art and Poetry said...

Penguin- Q.A.T. might be completely wrong, but it is based on the work of people like Einstein, Newton and many others.
Your question have also been of help! it is only by asking the right question that we will come up with the right answer.

Bye!

Art and Poetry said...

Devika- Dyslexia comes in many forms and everyone is different. My dyslexia is in the disability to spell very well. I use small words but these are very good for rhyme!
My rhymes have moved to my other blog to make room for Q.A.T.here.
It is best to comment on the other blog unless it is about the theory.

Bye!

Devika said...

thanks, Nick!
wishes!
devika

Wanda said...

Well, I must confess, the painting using the dots I love, interesting effect~~~BUT... my poor brain hurts after reading your post, and all the comments.

You have such an intellectual following....which I am not, but that won't keep me from coming back to enjoy your wonderful talents.

LOL:Wanda

Janet said...

Great painting Nick! Love those loverly atoms:-)

Princess Haiku said...

I like this; it's very different from what I usually read. You are very creative.

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