Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Where are the many worlds of Hugh Everett’s Many Worlds Interpretation?

Where are the many worlds of Hugh Everett’s Many Worlds Interpretation? 
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 Theory is one of the most popular interpretations of quantum mechanics, but for many people it seems wrong that we need an infinite number of extra dimensions or parallel universes just to explain our three dimensional Universe. 

In the mathematics of Hugh Everett’s Many Worlds Interpretation the parallel universes are all at right-angles to each other. In this theory this represents the electric and magnetic fields always being at right-angles to each other. 

The light photon of quantum mechanics is the carrier of electromagnetic fields and it is time variations within magnetic fields that act as a source for electric fields and time varying electric fields is the source of magnetic fields. When one field is changing in time, then a field of the other is induced.

This is an emergent process relative to the position and momentum of the objects creating the time variations the atoms themselves. The reason why this theory only needs three dimensions and one variable in the form of time is because it uses the holographic principle. 

This is formed by positive and negative charge forming a dynamic two dimensional boundary condition or Riemann surface.

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