Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

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Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

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Richard Feynman the father of Quantum Electrodynamics or “OED” realized the significance of Thompson’s double slit experiment because he felt carefully thinking through its implications would allow one to get complete understanding of the wave particle duality of existence predicted by Quantum Mechanics.
However, one can understand it in terms of the classical properties of wave mechanics and the space-time universe defined by Einstein.
The double slit experiment is made up of a coherent source of photons illuminating a screen after passing through a thin plate with two parallel slits cut in i ..read more

Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

1y ago

Einstein’s Explanation of the Unexplainable
Einstein define a way to determine the energy associated with geometry of space that may be responsible for the internal structure of the protons and neutrons which can quantified
For example, he quantified how the relative motion of an object causes a change the orientation of the dimensional axis to change with respect to each other.
Yet there is another equally valid interpretation which is that change orientation of the dimensional axis is responsible for the energy or momentum of relativity motion. This gives a direct way to quantify how much en ..read more

Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

1y ago

Background independence is a condition in theoretical physics that requires the defining equations of a theory to be independent of the actual shape of spacetime and the value of various fields within it. In particular this means that it must be possible not to refer to a specific coordinate system—the theory must be coordinate-free. In addition, the different spacetime configurations (or backgrounds) should be obtained as different solutions of the underlying equations.
Einstein defined gravity and the shape or geometry of space in terms of its energy density while defining the interaction of ..read more

Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

1y ago

When Einstein defined the equivalence between mass and energy, he also defined what “support the geometry of space…
In his General Theory of Relativity, he defined the force of gravity in terms of the energy density of space. This implies the mass and energy associated with it supports the geometric structure space because the equation E=mc^2 tell us when energy is concentrated in the form of mass it causes the geometry of space to contract creating the curvature he associated with gravity.
Additionally, the Big Bang’s assumption the universe expansion is the result of the energy associated wi ..read more

Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

1y ago

While new technological advancements grace humankind every day, it is astonishing that some long-gone scientists have produced research that is very much relevant today. As new research about the universe comes to light, we see that research done years ago is being proven right. One of these brilliant scientists that have stood the test of time is the great Albert Einstein. Unbelievable as it may be, the studies and theories put forth and born from his exceptional mind are still aiding scientists of today to understand the world better.
Thus, his work holds imperative value and should be studi ..read more

Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

1y ago

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One can define reality as the world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them.
Currently there are two ways science attempts to explain and define the reality of our universe. The first is Quantum mechanics or the branch of physics defines its evolution in terms of the probabilities associated with the wave function. The other is the deterministic environment of Relativity which defines it in terms of a physical interaction between space and time.
Specifical ..read more

Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

2y ago

Specifically, Einstein defines the evolution of a space-time environment in terms of an electromagnetic wave while quantum mechanics uses the probabilistic interpretation of the wave function to define the most probable configuration of a system when it interacts with its environment or an observer.
Since we all live in the same world you would expect the probabilistic approach of quantum mechanics to be compatible with the deterministic one of Einstein. Unfortunately, they define two different worlds which APPEAR to be incompatible. One defines existence in terms of the probabilities associat ..read more

Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

2y ago

Can the geometry of space-time be responsible for the evolution of a quantum system?
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Quantum mechanics defines the evolution of its environment in terms of the mathematical properties of a wave function. Additionally, it assumes a quantum system exists simultaneously as both waves and particles and ONLY repeat ONLY becomes a particle when it interacts with its external world. However, it cannot tell us how or why that happens.
On the other hand, Einstein defines the ..read more

Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

2y ago

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In an earlier posting (# 1. Do the laws of physics break down in a black hole? << https://theimagineershome.com/face_book_posings.htm >>) we defined what happens to matter as it falls into a black hole and why a singularity cannot form at its center in terms of inertial reference frames as define by Einstein. However, now we would like to explain why one cannot form in terms of the effects gravity has on the geometry of his space-time universe.
The German physicist Karl Schwarzschild was the first ..read more

Unifying Quantum and Relativistic Theories

2y ago

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Preface
The purpose of this blog is to elaborate on the theoretical ideas contained in its companion book “The Reality of Four Spatial Dimensions”
in Thomas S. Kuhn’s book “The Structure of Scientific Revolution” he documents the doubts that precipitate a paradigm change in scientific thought.
For example, even though one could still make accurate predicti ..read more