Thursday, 21 January 2010

Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle and the Hidden Variable of Time


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Video on Quantum Physics and Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle
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Time moves at the speed of light and energy and mass slow it down to form their own spacetime geometry in three dimensional space. The broken spherical symmetry of light forms the geometry of spacetime that the observer will see and feel as the arrow of time

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All atoms form their own spacetime geometry in three dimensional space. Even the individual atoms of the observer are at the centre of their own broken symmetry.
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Energy and mass are continuously forming their own future space-times therefore the Uncertainty Principle of quantum physics is the same uncertainty that the observer will have with any future event.
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The atoms bound together and form their own three dimensional space-times relative to their own position and momentum. Because of this time is a variable and is only relative to each spacetime therefore we have Einstein's theories on relativity.
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Each observer has created their own broken symmetry this can be seen as mirror or line symmetry in the physical shape of the observer. They will feel this symmetry as the arrow of time or as the time line from the past into the future.
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The observer will see time as linear because there was an evolutionary advantage in seeing time this way. The atoms of the observer have bonded together forming their own broken spherical symmetry of their own evolutionary path. As a three dimension object the observer is at the centre of their own created broken symmetry of spacetime geometry.

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We have the beauty of a universal symmetry formed by the forward momentum of light that continuously forms the fabric of spacetime. Energy or mass continuously break this symmetry to form their own spacetime geometry. This universal symmetry is the foundation that human geometry and mathematics is based upon.

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A link to Qantum Atom Theory on You Tube

2 comments:

Chad Steele said...

This is great... for me it all comes down to thing vs. no-thing. Thinging is a phenomena of the rational mind. Things don't exist in reality. Atoms aren't made up of things, they're made up of non-things... and if the "known" universe is made up of atoms, guess what? The universe (including you, me, and the computer you're looking at right now) are made up of non-things. Likewise, without things there is no "causality" and without causality there is only NOW and time is irrelevant. Welcome to god's reality.

Heisenberg's principle reveal's the phenomena that causality is as much a function of the observer as the subject, if not entirely a function of the observer and so is time.

softearthart said...

Hi, "Symmetry of their own evolutionary path". One is connected with the past and also with what is coming towards them. All around us is the "real world" Time does not mean anything. Do you live, being content with your world , I do Cheers from marie