Sunday, 11 November 2012

Can art explain physics? An artist theory on the physics of time as a physical process.

Video on Quantum Atom Theory

I believe there is a link between art, poetry and science and the thing that links them together is beauty. The greatness of a work of art or poetry can be seen right away by its beauty and simplicity.

The scientific theory explained in this video uses the same principle of beauty and simplicity to explain the physics of time as a physical process. In this theory what we see and feel as the continuum of time is formed by the continuous flow of light waves.

This process is visible to us because light waves are visible to us as rainbows of colour.

Everyone see their own rainbow! In just three dimensions relative to the angle they are looking at it. Two people in different positions will see the same rainbow in different position in the sky at the same time. This could just be a trick of the light or it could represent something fundamental in the dynamics of light and time.

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 the actual colours of the light are moving in unison because light is a universal constant independent of motion of the source and the observer.

In a New theory called Quantum Atom Theory the speed of light is a universal constant because each new photon oscillation or particle of light is also a new moment in time that forms the curvature of spacetime.

The continuous momentum of light forms what we see and feel as the flow of times. The spontaneous absorption and emission of light forms a process of continuous change or energy exchange that we can interact with turning the possible into the actual.
If our eyes were more sensitive to the light waves we would be able to see that everything is radiating light waves continuously forming a great dance of energy exchange forming rainbows of colour everywhere!

The energy and mass of a dancer spinning on the dance floor will distort the geometry of spacetime in just the same way as a planet spinning around a star. We all form our own future by slowing down the rate that time flows relative to our actions or energy and momentum. We will do this in our own created reference frame within a dynamic process that is relative to external reference frames.

Each individual ref-frame will have its own arrow of time with a built in uncertainty this uncertainty can be seen mathematically as Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle ∆×∆p×≥h/4π of quantum mechanics.

Time is an emergent property and is formed by the probability function Ψ of quantum mechanics. Light will radiate out in all directions forming a sphere and because a sphere has the greatest symmetry or organization it has the lowest entropy for the continuous increase in entropy or disorganization that we see in the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

There are also an infinite number of line symmetries within a sphere and an infinite number of rotational symmetries. This forms an infinite number of potential future possibilities and opportunities for diversity of life!

I believe this is put across very beautifully in William Blake’s poem:

To see a World in a Grain of Sand

And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,

Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand

And Eternity in an hour.


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