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#290 A-wal

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Posted 16 April 2016 - 11:37 AM

Halton Arp showed that quasars are intrinsically red-shifted and attached to parent galaxies. They're not the highly energetic and distant objects that backwards big bang cosmology says the are, they're closer to us with much lower energies.

 

Standard cosmology is fairytale physics and any scientist like Arp/Birkeland/Velikovsky who points this out is discredited and cast out.



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Posted 09 June 2016 - 03:05 AM

If electron charge is on off then total charge of charge substance can not remain same. We can not fixed that same no of electrons are only on in the substance & at what intensity. Also, electron can not moves smoothly in curve in CR tube & in atom, around nucleus.  

This problem can easily be solved by considering charge remain same but there is magnetic field vibration around every particle as consider by me in paper on site www.maheshkhati.com.(2nd chapter, WHAT IS MATTER & DARK MATTER MADE UP OF?) 

 

I like this time. Something beautiful is happening now a days in physics, It is experimentally proved that universe is expanding at faster rate than GR predicted & LHC may find massive particle beyond standard model of physics means we cannot explain even 5% of known matter correctly. We do not know what dark matter is? So, think about unknown universe around us.



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Posted 19 June 2016 - 03:55 PM

General relativity certainly does NOT predict an expanding universe! It predicts the exact opposite. Gravity pulls objects closer together.

 

The CMB radiation doesn't match the big bang model because it's too irregular, nor does the amount of observed lithium.

 

The presence of dark energy is based entirely on the assumption that the only possible cause of observed redshift is recession. It was a stupid assumption and not even Hubble believed in it. It was proven false decades ago.



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Posted 21 June 2016 - 04:11 AM

My theory is so flexible that this will accommodate, your consideration also.  



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Posted 30 July 2016 - 06:07 AM

I’ve only a vague idea of the analogy you’re drawing between electromagnetism and wind, but sailboats can and routinely do sail faster than the wind. The Wikipedia article “Sailing faster than the wind” is one of many good, thorough online explanations of this.

 

I guess by tacking you can do this, but I was thinking of sailing downwind. We are accelerating charged particles using a field whose speed of propagation is that of light. Hence lightspeed would be the asymptotic limit for speed of the charged particle. Probably a better analogy is a balloon in wind.



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Posted 12 May 2017 - 11:53 AM

So how does this theory deal with the fact that Quantum Computers are built and working?

How do you explain superposition  and/or collapse of wavefunction without photons?

 

I like your theory from what I've read.  It makes intuitive sense.  But I feel like the experimental evidence for quantum wierdness, is too overwhelming.  

Like too much, to just say hey I got rid of photons over here.....so no more need for QM and its strangeness/non-locality anymore.

 

So many things rely on those features, and if your theory just gets rid of them because theyre "not real", then why are hundreds of companies investing in Quantum Computing.  

Surely these computers wouldn't work, if what you say is actually true.

 

Enlighten me



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Posted 12 May 2017 - 12:20 PM



So how does this theory deal with the fact that Quantum Computers are built and working?

How do you explain superposition  and/or collapse of wavefunction without photons?

 

I like your theory from what I've read.  It makes intuitive sense.  But I feel like the experimental evidence for quantum wierdness, is too overwhelming.  

Like too much, to just say hey I got rid of photons over here.....so no more need for QM and its strangeness/non-locality anymore.

 

So many things rely on those features, and if your theory just gets rid of them because theyre "not real", then why are hundreds of companies investing in Quantum Computing.  

Surely these computers wouldn't work, if what you say is actually true.

 

Enlighten me

What I was explaining earlier is that what we misconceived as the vacuum energy might actually be pocket-universe of smaller matter expanding to adjust for a causal scale shift. This also explain the mechanism for dark energy. It is a 5th fundamental force of nature, we assume that the observer effect is the result of the wave function collapse. But If a wave is simply a particle breaking apart into smaller particles, so close that they're experiencing a different dimension of time (see. Doubly Special Relativity) than this 5th fundamental force comes into effect when matter breaks beneath the Planck length. This is the underlying concept of the Fractal Dust Model. It could be called the Fractal Force. These are fractal dimensions, we could be living in such fractal dimensions and living inside of an atom basically. 

 

 

 

 

What I mean is, how the sub-quantum particles that compose a wave are the building blocks of particles, observable universes could be the building blocks of larger particles. It's a mind trip, everything, space, time, YOU, is made out of sub-quantum fractal dimensions, AKA The Virtual Particle.

 

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See this thread. It's a Static Universe, or like a level 1 multiverse (in that is stretches out forever). It's non-discrete space time, time doesn't start nor end with a big bang or a big crunch. etc etc etc. If matter can only arrange itself in so many different ways, than eventually there's another sun, earth, and humanity just like us. That's the theory behind a level 1 multiverse. So if you go out far enough you might find Ancient Greece, you've essentially gone back in time. Neat, right? 


Edited by Super Polymath, 12 May 2017 - 12:26 PM.


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Posted 12 May 2017 - 12:23 PM

It's exponentially special relativity. Best way I can describe it to ya'll it seems is by drawing sloppy pics.

 

The Double Slit Experiment shows that when reflecting photons off the tracks of other photon beams the wave function of the original beam collapses after it goes through the double slit. Meaning that photons split and go way under the Planck length, and therefore way faster than light, and the Law of Exponentially Special Relativity comes into effect and the superluminal sub-Planckian particles that compose the photons you're sending to the tracks with other photons interact with them and the sub-Planck-scale gravity is so close that it effectively works faster than light to drag the original photon beam and prevent it from flying apart into a "wave". 

 

They try and trick you by giving you all the necessary information to come to this conclusion and then straight up lie to your face. There's no expansion, no big bang, no higher dimensions, just one universal Mandelbrot set, matter is infinite, and goes infinitely beneath the Planck scale. Atoms switch sides with each other, reverberating, by the same process that gives you the electromagnetic cloud of the early universe expanding into strings of galaxy clusters expanding into desolate evaporating hyper-massive black holes, these are what atoms actually are due to the law of Exponentially Special Relativity. As below, so above, and beyond. 

 

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Posted 07 July 2017 - 09:32 PM

So how does this theory deal with the fact that Quantum Computers are built and working?

How do you explain superposition  and/or collapse of wavefunction without photons?

 

I like your theory from what I've read.  It makes intuitive sense.  But I feel like the experimental evidence for quantum wierdness, is too overwhelming.  

Like too much, to just say hey I got rid of photons over here.....so no more need for QM and its strangeness/non-locality anymore.

 

So many things rely on those features, and if your theory just gets rid of them because theyre "not real", then why are hundreds of companies investing in Quantum Computing.  

Surely these computers wouldn't work, if what you say is actually true.

 

Enlighten me

 

Holoverse,

 

1) I don't want to be too cute here, but....  According to Wikipedia,

    "As of 2017, ..quantum computational operations were executed on a very small number of quantum bits..."

 

   Imagine, in 1971, if Intel  had announced... 

   "We have spent millions of dollars and now have binary operations on a very small number of binary bits!!!"   Ha!

 

2) Now, superposition...  Superposition is fine.  As far as I know, two electric fields or two magnetic fields add linearly just fine.   

 

3) There are no wave functions.  Electrons are not waves. Light is not particles.

 

4)  Yes, "..so no more need for QM and its strangeness/non-locality anymore."  Correct!!

 

5)  QM has failed.  Like I showed in the previous posts.  For example, in the photoelectric effect, the photoelectrons are ejected sideways, perpendicular to the light.

     QM has failed here, as QM would predict a forward ejection of the electrons.  Further, the photoelectrons are ejected sideways along the polarization of the light.

     QM has failed here as well, since QM cannot predict this.  There is more.

 

5) Those "quantum computers will not work".  Correct.

 

Holoverse.  You see, you cannot just say that QM has failed and have any credibility (e.g. Einstein).  You must replace it, which is precisely what we have done.

 

Andrew Ancel Gray


Edited by andrewgray, 07 July 2017 - 09:42 PM.


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Posted 07 July 2017 - 09:45 PM

Rodin,

 

The Gravity theory work is done.  I will be coming out with it within the year hopefully.

I have been busy, busy, busy working on it again.

 

Andrew.


Edited by andrewgray, 07 July 2017 - 09:47 PM.


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Posted 07 July 2017 - 10:02 PM

Super Polymath,

 

The double slit experiment has been explained.  You should look at the first page of this forum.  No light particles necessary.

One only needs to consider the film's "dot-producing threshold intensity" and everything becomes clear

 

using just a faint light wave incident onto the discreet silver bromide crystals!!

 

This is exactly the same as a faint lightwave incident onto a digital-camera's-discreet-transistors at their threshold intensity.

Or the same as an even fainter lightwave incident on a set of discreet photomultiplier tubes at their threshold intensity.

I had hoped my explanation for this experiment would have "stuck" by now, and I would not have to go over this again.

 

Andrew Ancel Gray



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Posted 07 July 2017 - 10:05 PM

Rodin,

 

Yes, this is a slow moving thread because ScienceForums took it down for a while, then brought it back again.

When they brought it back, they did not sign me up for notifications when there is a response.  So it is catch

as catch can.

 

Andrew Ancel Gray



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Posted 07 July 2017 - 10:17 PM

Rodin,
 
The Gravity theory work is done.  I will be coming out with it within the year hopefully.
I have been busy, busy, busy working on it again.
 
Andrew.


I can't find where Rodin brought up gravity, but I asked about it in post #284.

In any case, nice to see you have stuck through the thick-n-thin of this forum and brought us up to date. Cheers! :partycheers: