Sunday, 31 January 2010

Quantum Entanglement and the symmetry and geometry of light

Video explaining Quantum Entanglement formed by the symmetry and geometry of light.


In Quantum Atom Theory the paradoxes of quantum physics can be explained by a greater understanding of the dynamic of light and time.

Light has symmetry that forms the geometry of spacetime. The photon will have opposite spin because they are on opposite sides of the light sphere.


Because it is impossible to achieve absolute zero all atoms radiate EMR continuously even the atoms of an observer. In this theory it is the forward momentum of light that forms the arrow of time and the broken symmetry of spacetime.

The observer will be at the centre of his own broken symmetry relative to his position and momentum and is therefore the only true reference frame.


A rainbow is only relative to the position and momentum of each individual observer. This is because each observer will collapse the wave function giving each Photon a unique position in space and time that is only relative to the observer own position and momentum.

You might be thinking that this is just because all the angles are changing and that everything is relative and you will be right. But the wavelengths (colours) of the light are moving in unison and are only relative to the source of the light. This is because time is only relative to the wavelength of the object radiating the light forming its own spacetime.


In this theory time moves at the speed of light and energy and mass slow it down to form their own spacetime. Because we are energy and mass we therefore create our own spacetime geometry of broken symmetry.

Time is only relative to the energy or mass of the object that is forming the spacetime.


A link to Quantum Atom Theory on You Tube


The Quark Observer said...

So glad I found this site. Do you have a DVD or something with the videos on it?


Art and Poetry said...

The videos are on You Tube you should be able to copy then from there, thanks for the comment!

Ben Gage said...

thanks, lots to study here, I'll be back....

MyMaracas said...

Fascinating subject, and so much to explore here.

oke uwechue said...

Very interesting stuff.

Can you provide the mathematics to explain these ideas?

You mention in one of your explanations of time that time itself could be the hidden variable. How does this play John Bell's work about hidden variables?

Oke Uwechue said...

Very interesting info here, thanks.
Could you also provide a detailed mathematical description of your theory?
You propose time as a hidden variable; how does that allow you circumvent Bell's Inequalities? (some math would be useful here too).