Sunday, 4 January 2009

Are we the dice players?


The dice players, oil on canvas
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In Quantum Atom Theory it is time dilation between the observer and the subatomic world that is the hidden variable that can explain wave-particle duality. Time has stopped for the photons relative to the observer we will see them in all possible directions at the same time just like subatomic particles within the atom. But only when the photons of light come in contact with electrons of another object will the photon electron effect create a new photon of light and a new time frame with that object. This is a continuous process that Einstein called (stimulated emission) in Quantum Atom Theory it is this process that creates the time continuum. When an electron photon coupling creates a new photon of light it will be seen as the moment of now in the eye of the observer. This process continuously creates a blank canvas for the observer that he or she can participate in. The best way to see this happen directly with light is the two slit experiment. In the two slit experiment the photon will take all possible routes as a wave of possibilities going through both slits. Between the plate with the two slits and the screen the photon will take all possible routes. They will react with each other and create an interference pattern of bright and dark bands on the screen. This will also create a new time frame for the experiment because the interference pattern is made by photons and electrons coming into contact with each other and creating new photons of light. If we try to determine which slit the photon passes through the interference pattern collapses. This is because we also create a new time frame by making contact between an electron and photon producing new light. Just like in Newton’s first law of motion the interference pattern will continue to maintain its state unless acted upon by an external force the problem is the external force can only see one moment of infinity.
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This is the two slit experiment using a Geisha Girl and sunlight (oil on canvas). The waves of light will only collapse when the Geisha Girl walks into the light. She will then create new photons of light and a new time frame with that light. In this way she creates her own reality within her own spacetime!

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24 comments:

Faith said...

I find your blog so interesting. I won't say I understand all that you write, but it is good to stretch one's brain. Your art work is lovely. Thank you so much for the comment on my blog.:)

Devika said...

Again, I see the theory working in my mind's canvas...

One creates one's own reality...based on 'light' within and without -- very true :)

Are we dice players -- Life is like a dice and to play with it is the best thing one can do.

But the rules of the game are changed as one settles with the game...

That makes the game tough...But enjoyable to the players, and viewers...

The title, the post and the pictures...seems an odd combination somehow.

wishes,
devika

Art and Poetry said...

Devika- it is true the title and picture are an odd combination.
It is because Einstein said that God doesn't play dice that I used dice in the title and painting.
I used a Geisha Girl because I wanted something beautiful that would interfere with the light.

Devika said...

Thank you for that clarification, Nick

Yeah, i remembered Einstein's quote and the connection later....

May be Einstein was right. But for quite a while I have been wondering if God was really playing dice with me.

may be the world was..but how does one account for it...its then just a fun game by the smaller Gods in us humans?

okay, the second picture is good by itself...what I said was all the three in combination was looking a bit odd...

again, i just said what i felt about it...please do not give too much of a seriousness to it. There is a world out there to judge, Nick..

wishes,
devika

Art and Poetry said...

Faith- I believe the truth should be very simple and beautiful and that everyone should be able to understand it. The difficult thing is writing it down so that it is understandable.

Devika said...

Nick,
its sad that you don't publish some of my comments...

I feel you are in a way promoting war groups in the blogville..

anyway,

devika

SandyCarlson said...

Wow, wow, wow! Thanks for these words and images. It's becoming clearer to me now!

Devika said...

Thanks Nick..

You were kind with me most of the time..

But, when you got late with publishing these, I got doubtful.

anyway, poetry and art should come out of one's silent contemplation of one's own life and of the world. NOT OUT OF WAR OR GAMES..no?

and to make an other a subject of one's art -- can only last till the time the subject lasts...

wishes,
devika

utopianfragments said...

for the title answer i recommnd the book The Dice Man , forgot the name of the author.
a funny yet vey intersting take on the subject

RiverSoul said...

Are you familiar with the cat-in-a-box duality experiment?
It reminds me of permutations and the play of chance.

Gr8 artwork
:)

RiverSoul said...

Are you familiar with the cat-in-a-box duality experiment?
It reminds me of permutations and the play of chance.

Gr8 artwork
:)

SandyCarlson said...

Tonight my daughter shared with me her lesson on perspective and movement--a little something she picked up from art class. I thought of your post immediately.

Sandy said...

So, is this saying something like consciousness and energy create the nature of reality. I really enjoyed reading this and I should start saving off these posts to contemplate more. Love the dice with Einstein.

Art and Poetry said...

RiverSoul- Yes I am familiar with the cat-in-box experiment, in QAT there is no duality only freewill.
The electrons and photons are frozen in time in all possible positions. The observer creates the future by bringing them into his own time frame. The cat is never alive and dead.

Art and Poetry said...

Sandy- yes life must create its own reality if visible and invisible light is frozen in time. This is why we can create electricity and artificial light.

Dave King said...

My first visit to your site, but already I am captivated. I shall need to come back - most definitely, I cannot carry it all away!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I love the first picture!! :)

starry nights said...

Love your artwork and am trying to understand all of the other stuff.Am intrigued with the universe and stars and the planets.

SandyCarlson said...

Thanks for stopping by my friend. And thanks for watching the little video.

Femin Susan said...

hi!
a very interesting and attractive blog. beautiful and different pictures you have coped with
cheers!

Peg said...

I love your Einstein dice!! Now that is just too cool!

Paint on you with the skill of one whose mind goes beyond the realms of the first dimension.
;-0}
Boy, am I full of it today!

Excellent work!
Peg

SandyCarlson said...

Nick,
Thanks for stopping by today!

Fireblossom said...

Roll those laffin bones....

HElen said...

Thank you very much for nice comments you left on my blog, I appreciated it very much!

What an interesting blog you have and wonderful paintings!