Saturday, 4 February 2017

One equation (E=ˠM˳C²)∞ one universal process that the laws of physics can be based upon

This Theory can be represented mathematically by just one equation (E=ˠM˳C²)∞ with energy ∆E equals mass ∆M linked to the Lorentz contraction ˠ of space and time. The Lorentz contraction ˠ represents the time dilation of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. We have energy ∆E slowing the rate that time ∆t flows as a universal process of energy exchange or continuous creation. The c² represents the speed of light c radiating out in a sphere 4π of EMR from its radius forming a square c² of probability. This forms the probability and uncertainty of everyday life and at the smallest scale of this process is represented mathematically by Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle ∆×∆pᵪ≥h/4π. The brackets in the equation (E=ˠM˳C²)∞ represent a dynamic boundary condition of an individual reference frame with an Arrow of Time for each reference frame. The infinity ∞ symbol represents an infinite number of dynamic interactive reference frames that are continuously coming in and out of existence. This is a process of spherical 4π symmetry forming and breaking with the wave particle duality of light and matter in the form of electrons acting like the bits or zeros and ones of a computer forming an interactive process relative to the atoms of the periodic table. In such a theory, the future is continuously unfolding photon by photon with the wave particle duality continuously forming a blank canvas that we can interact with turning the possible into the actual! We have the holographic principle with the information of a three-dimensional process unfolding in the form of the two
dimensional inner concave and outer convex surface of the sphere with the movement of positive and negative charge. By using the holographic principle in this way the extra dimensions of String Theory can be explain as just future possibilities and opportunities in our one three-dimensional Universe of
continuous energy exchange, continuous creation.


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