|Dec16-10, 02:05 PM||#1|
Crashing Waves create Reality
I have concocted a rather simple description that (surprising to me, at least) describes two wholly unconnected (I think), yet very topical, and novel quantum models. The question I have is, simply, WHY does one description so well describe both. Is it just coincidence?) As a layperson, I will leave that to you experts. But I really would like to know the answer (if there is one at all).
Now here's the description applying to 2 quantum processes:
"FOR THE CREATION OF MATTER, TWO WAVES MUST "CRASH" TOGETHER WITHIN TIME."
FROM COSMOLOGY: The phrase is a reasonable description of the "Ekpyrotic Model" of the Big Bang event.
FROM QUANTUM THEORY: The phrase is a reasonable description of the “Cramer Interpretation”
Can anyone make anything of this?
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