Friday, 21 January 2011

The incoherence of Quantum Decoherence explained

A link to a video explaining incoherence of Quantum Decoherence

What is Quantum Decoherence could it be more than just a real physical process that is going on everywhere all of the time. In this theory it is part of a process that forms the forward passage of Time itself forming the geometry of Einstein’s curvature of spacetime.

Decoherence happens whenever a quantum system or wave-function is no longer isolated and comes in contact with another quantum wave-particle function forming classical physics of our everyday life.

When this happens the superposition or probability of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle ∆×∆p×≥h/4π is lost. The uncertainty of the Quantum wave-particle function becomes the probability we see and feel as the forward passage of time.

Therefore each photon electron coupling becomes a new moment of time within its own reference frame (the moment of now). Our future unfolds photon by photon, quanta by quanta.

Mathematically each photon electron coupling can be represented as zero with the positive numbers marching off along the x and y axis towards an infinite future and the negative numbers receding towards a limitless past.

At the quantum level this can be seen as matter and antimatter as electron (negative charge) and positron (positive charge) creation and annihilation. Matter is a fine balance of positive and negative electric charge coming in and out of existence. This forms a universal and continuous process of change that we see and feel as a future and a past.

The positive and negative of electromagnetic waves will form an electric potential that is part of a continuous process that forms the time continuum or the Arrow of Time itself.

This theory is based on two simple postulates,

1, The first is that the Quantum Wave Particle Function explained by Schrödinger’s wave equation represents the forward passage of time or arrow of time ∆E ∆t ≥ h/2π itself photon by photon, quanta by quanta or moment by moment.

2. The second is that Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle ∆×∆p×≥h/4π that is formed by the Quantum Wave-Particle Function is the same uncertainty that we have with any future event.