Can a sub-quantum medium be provided by General Relativity? Thomas C Andersen, PhD As a personal note of celebration, Art McDonald, the director of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory has won the Nobel Prize in Physics. I worked on SNO for 8 years for my masters and PhD. The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory also shared the Breakthrough… More Can a sub-quantum medium be provided by General Relativity?
The Speed of Light The speed of light limit is at this point a postulate of physics, which is necessary as: Electromagnetic Radiation travels at c. Maximum speed of particles is c. (Lorentz equation). Relativistic QM – depends on c as a postulate. Strong force. more… These are in the Standard Model disparate fields and laws.… More Removing the Speed of Light as a postulate
Yves Couder’s (and others) experiments with small (in the human sense) and absolutely huge (in the quantum sense) silicon oil droplets and baths have proven to be a wonderful analog for quantum mechanics. There are many researchers who think that these experiments show something much more – they hint at what the microscopic quantum world… More Couder’s memory effect – could it be real?
The Aether Einstein: We may say that according to the general theory of relativity space is endowed with physical qualities; in this sense, therefore, there exists an aether. According to the general theory of relativity space without aether is unthinkable; for in such space there not only would be no propagation of light, but also… More Einsteins Aether as the Inviscid Fluid for Brady’s Sonons?
Cosmic Censorship: Weak or strong, the cosmic censorship conjecture states that naked singularities can’t be seen, otherwise everything will break down, it would be really bad and worst of all theorists would be confused. But it turns out that singularities very likely don’t actually exist in a real universe governed by GR. Any lumpy, non symmetric… More Cosmic serendipity – not censorship
Abstract An electron model is presented where charge, electromagnetic and quantum effects are generated from pilot wave phenomena. The pilot waves are constructed from nothing more than gravitational effects. First the general model of the electron is proposed. Then the physical consequences are laid out, showing that this model can generate large electron – electron… More An Electron model from Gravitational Pilot Waves
I start with a screen grab from the video below. Yves Couder and friends are clearly looking at hidden variable theories: Here is a 3 minute movie with the above slide: The pilot-wave dynamics of walking droplets Here is a paper about eigenstates, etc… Self-organization into quantized eigenstates of a classical wave driven particle (Stéphane Perrard1, Matthieu… More QM from waves – pilot waves.
If QM runs as wiggles in GR, we have a possible way to get collapse, and have a linear QM theory that breaks down over long times or with too many signals in one place. In other words: Each QM state vector is represented NOT only as a vector in a Hibert Space, but are… More 4D Spacetime as a media for the Hilbert Space of QM
I don’t divulge the recipe until later, lets start with the most undark matter we can find – CERNs protons. CERN has proton – antiproton collisions going on at 7 TeV. There are collisions that generate up to a few TeV of photons. Lets look at that from a viewpoint of classical physics, with some… More How to make Dark Matter
Can’t be done, it would seem, since gravity is spin 2. Well, electromagnetism is spin 1, but we have tech gadgets and a billion transistors on one chip. So can one construct a machine that behaves like a dipole? Take a canonical dipole. Two radio antennas, both vertical, one transmitting, the other receiving. The question… More Constructing a Geometrical Dipole