Saturday, 22 March 2014
Question answered on Quantum Atom Theory an artist theory on the physics of 'time' as a physical process
Comment or question:
Schrodinger's wave equation is comprised of two parts, the time-dependent and time-independent components, hence your explanation collapses in on itself due to the fallacy of circular argument. There's also the fact that wavefunctions apply to all particles, not just photons, hence your photonic axiom is incorrect. Also, Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle applies to numerous quantum state combinations, the energy and momentum relationship only being the most popularly known, hence your use of it does not include the theory in its entirety.
Answer to question:
Schrodinger's wave equation is comprised of two parts because when an atom is undergoing chemical change it can be measured as a process over a period of time. When the atom is isolated all we have is the probability of Schrodinger's wave equation that in this theory represents the probability we have with any future event at the smallest level. The wave function and the wave particle duality will apply to everything because when the atom interacts with light it forms a photon electron coupling or dipole moment. The electron represents matter therefore we have the future unfolding relative to our own energy and momentum. This future will be totally uncertain because of the probability at the heart of each atom. This can be seen mathematically in the different ways we can formulate Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle! We have uncertainty between energy and momentum ∆×∆p×≥h/4π with the 4π representing the spherical geometry of three dimensional space. There is also uncertainty between energy and time ∆E ∆t ≥ h/2π with 2π representing cylindrical geometry that is need for the Arrow of Time or for a time line from the past into the future. This process of continuous energy exchange formed by the spontaneous absorption and emission of light can be understood totally objectively as a process of continuous creation with the future coming into existence photon by photon with each new photon electron coupling or dipole moment.
Oil painting with diagram explaining the Arrow of Time.
Thursday, 20 March 2014
Is the reality of time a concept of the human mind, Just like the measurement of rhyme, or do we create what we measure and find relative to the energy and momentum we assign?
A video explaining explaining an artist and poets theory on the Arrow of Time!
Is the reality of time
A concept of the human mind?
Just like the measurement of rhyme
Or do we create what we measure and find?
Relative to the energy and momentum we assign
Art explaining the interactive dynamic geometry of this process. This represents a process of symmetry forming and breaking. When the spherical symmetry is broken it form cylindrical symmetry for the Arrow of Time for each object or life form.
Monday, 17 March 2014
Euler's equation has an oneness and unity that is very beautiful. I believe this represent the unity of one universal process!
Euler's equation has an oneness and unity that is very beautiful. I believe this represent the unity of one universal process! It uses zero and 1 with arithmetic, calculus, trigonometry, complex analysis, the imaginary number i and pi! To use all this it must represent something fundamental!
This can be explained as an objective process and also mathematically. The only number you could add to 1 to get zero is -1 this represents the + positive and - negative electric charge. This is because the photon is the carrier of electric charge. Therefore we all ready have 0, 1, 1 the beginning of the infinite series of numbers as the Fibonacci numbers 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, ... that can be seen almost everywhere in nature as spiral symmetry! This does not represent economy of growth it represent the geometry of the dynamics interactive process that forms space and time!
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
The video: 'Beauty out of a process of symmetry forming and breaking'
In this theory the fundamental nature of the Universe is a process of symmetry forming and breaking not just in space, but also in time forming what we see and feel as the continuum or flow of time.
It is madness to think that beauty could form out of chaos and disorder, but it is logical that such beauty could form with the disorder and chaos of everyday life out of a process of symmetry forming and breaking!