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Non-relativistic string theory was introduced by d'Alembert, in 1747,

with the first appearance of the wave equation and the d'Alembertian

operator, which eventually became the foundations of "relativistic"

field theories; for example, the theories of electromagnetism, special

relativity, and quantum mechanics.

The description of any entity inside the real universe can only be

with reference to other things in the universe. Space is then

relational, and the universe, self referential. For example, if an

object/event has a momentum, that momentum can only be explained with

respect to another object/event within the universe. Space then

becomes an aspect of the relationships between things in reality.

If the universe is a causally closed system, the "information" or

entangled quantum states cannot leak out of the closed system. So the

"event" density of entangled quantum states, continually increases, as

the entropy must always increase. While to us, it is interpreted as

entropy or lost information, it is actually recombined information, to

the universe.

The present moment is created and recreated constantly - analogous to

continually opposing/juxtaposing reflective mirror images… originating

deep in quantum phase space. The Heisenberg uncertainty relation

provides both a resolution boundary and the invariant relational

fabric for a translation between quantum[Planck scale] space and

experiential reality. It is the quantum T-dual compactification that

provides the Heisenberg resolution boudaries for

experiential[perceptual] reality. Unstable or chaotic states at a

given level are always "compactified" (stabilized and bounded by

eigenstates) into 6 higher dimensions condensing to the next level of

"event density".

Since relativity explains that there is no preferred frame of

reference, the ether becomes superfluous; consequently, the metric of

space-time must be defined by related events, such, that there is no

space-time if there are no events. Time is thus a sequence of events,

with each "event", having its own measure of location, and its own

measure of time, with reference to other events. Space becomes an

event density-probability distribution.

The organic analogues of quantum attractors are translated via

quantized fractal modes onto the classical domain via

compactification, while events on the classicaly canonical domain, of

three spatial dimensions plus time, influence the

collapse/condensation of these attractors on the quantum-level via

feedback exitation modes.

T-Duality is a symmetry that obscures the ability to differentiate

between large and small distance scales; resulting from the

compactification of the extra space dimensions in a ten dimensional

superstring/brane theory. For example, in ten spacetime dimensions,

with nine space and one time, take one of those nine space dimensions

and make it a circle of radius R, so that traveling in that direction

for a distance L=2*pi*R goes around the circle and returns back to the

starting point. A particle traveling around this circle will have a

quantized momentum around the circle, which will contribute to the

total energy of the particle. But a string is very different, because

in addition to traveling around the circle, the string can wrap around

the circle. The number of times the string winds around the circle is

called the winding number, and it is also quantized.

The momentum modes and the winding modes can be interchanged when the

radius, R, of a circle is also exchanged with the quantity L_st2/R,

where L_st is the string length. If R is very much smaller than the

string length, then the quantity L_st2/R is going to be very large.

Consequently, exchanging momentum and winding modes of the string,

exchanges a large distance scale of radius R with a small distance

scale of radius 1/R.

Theoretical physicist Richard Feynman derived the "sum over histories"

interpretation of quantum mechanics, where a system does not have a

single history, but it has every possible history, and each history

has its own probability amplitude. A probability distribution of

histories. For example, an electron travels from point A to point B by

every possible route at once. Each possible route or "path"

corresponds to a history.

The amplitude for each history defines the probability of that

particular path being followed. The number involves the "action"

associated with the history-path, which seems to determine that the

path taken, will be the history closest to the "classical" trajectory,

in accordance with the natural law: conservation of energy.

Stephen Hawking explains that when we apply the Feynman sum over

histories to particles moving in a background of spacetime, we must

also include histories[waveforms] in which the particle travels

backwards in time. This generates the space-time/event-density fractal

resonance.

The increase in mass of a body moving at relativistic speeds can also

be interpreted as a type of rotational perspective effect, and when

time is explained as a dimension, "ct", by combining one of the c's

with time to convert it to a length, E = m_0 c^2 becomes m_0 c , a

momentum, specifically, a momentum of an object's motion down its time

axis.

A being's conscious awareness is what is really moving along its

world- line, which is the fourth dimensional extension of its 3

dimensional self.

m_0 c is a momentum along its time axis.

If we stopped moving through time the rest energy of objects would be

zero?

Interesting...

(mc^2)^2 = (m_0 c^2) + m^2 v^2 c^2

becomes

(mc^2)^2 - m^2 v^2 c^2 = (m_0 c^2)^2

An equation of the form:

c^2 t^2 - dx^2 = K

A quantum field unites gravity and electromagnetism.

Gravity becomes a refractive/compression effect, as light cones are

rotated near a massive object:

Topological metric spaces are defined as being diffeomorphism

invariant. Intersecting cotangent bundles[manifolds] are the set of

all possible configurations of a system, i.e. they describe the phase

space of the system. Waves are ripples in a basic medium. Einstein

explains that the ether is unecessary as a medium, so the ripples are

vibrations of space itself which are actually the overlapping of event

densities/conic sections. As the ripples overlap/intersect with each

other, it becomes a domino effect with the ripples continually

increasing in density. Very similar to taking a penny and doubling it

as a sequence.

2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, ... 2^n

Since the ripples are increasing in density they are defined by

density gradients. A compression force corresponding to the Shannon

entropy of the system.

Resonating standing waves/waveforms. The past collapses/condenses/

compactifies in 6 dimensions to the present moment, while the future

is an expanding uncertainty, in four space-time dimensions.

with the first appearance of the wave equation and the d'Alembertian

operator, which eventually became the foundations of "relativistic"

field theories; for example, the theories of electromagnetism, special

relativity, and quantum mechanics.

The description of any entity inside the real universe can only be

with reference to other things in the universe. Space is then

relational, and the universe, self referential. For example, if an

object/event has a momentum, that momentum can only be explained with

respect to another object/event within the universe. Space then

becomes an aspect of the relationships between things in reality.

If the universe is a causally closed system, the "information" or

entangled quantum states cannot leak out of the closed system. So the

"event" density of entangled quantum states, continually increases, as

the entropy must always increase. While to us, it is interpreted as

entropy or lost information, it is actually recombined information, to

the universe.

The present moment is created and recreated constantly - analogous to

continually opposing/juxtaposing reflective mirror images… originating

deep in quantum phase space. The Heisenberg uncertainty relation

provides both a resolution boundary and the invariant relational

fabric for a translation between quantum[Planck scale] space and

experiential reality. It is the quantum T-dual compactification that

provides the Heisenberg resolution boudaries for

experiential[perceptual] reality. Unstable or chaotic states at a

given level are always "compactified" (stabilized and bounded by

eigenstates) into 6 higher dimensions condensing to the next level of

"event density".

Since relativity explains that there is no preferred frame of

reference, the ether becomes superfluous; consequently, the metric of

space-time must be defined by related events, such, that there is no

space-time if there are no events. Time is thus a sequence of events,

with each "event", having its own measure of location, and its own

measure of time, with reference to other events. Space becomes an

event density-probability distribution.

The organic analogues of quantum attractors are translated via

quantized fractal modes onto the classical domain via

compactification, while events on the classicaly canonical domain, of

three spatial dimensions plus time, influence the

collapse/condensation of these attractors on the quantum-level via

feedback exitation modes.

T-Duality is a symmetry that obscures the ability to differentiate

between large and small distance scales; resulting from the

compactification of the extra space dimensions in a ten dimensional

superstring/brane theory. For example, in ten spacetime dimensions,

with nine space and one time, take one of those nine space dimensions

and make it a circle of radius R, so that traveling in that direction

for a distance L=2*pi*R goes around the circle and returns back to the

starting point. A particle traveling around this circle will have a

quantized momentum around the circle, which will contribute to the

total energy of the particle. But a string is very different, because

in addition to traveling around the circle, the string can wrap around

the circle. The number of times the string winds around the circle is

called the winding number, and it is also quantized.

The momentum modes and the winding modes can be interchanged when the

radius, R, of a circle is also exchanged with the quantity L_st2/R,

where L_st is the string length. If R is very much smaller than the

string length, then the quantity L_st2/R is going to be very large.

Consequently, exchanging momentum and winding modes of the string,

exchanges a large distance scale of radius R with a small distance

scale of radius 1/R.

Theoretical physicist Richard Feynman derived the "sum over histories"

interpretation of quantum mechanics, where a system does not have a

single history, but it has every possible history, and each history

has its own probability amplitude. A probability distribution of

histories. For example, an electron travels from point A to point B by

every possible route at once. Each possible route or "path"

corresponds to a history.

The amplitude for each history defines the probability of that

particular path being followed. The number involves the "action"

associated with the history-path, which seems to determine that the

path taken, will be the history closest to the "classical" trajectory,

in accordance with the natural law: conservation of energy.

Stephen Hawking explains that when we apply the Feynman sum over

histories to particles moving in a background of spacetime, we must

also include histories[waveforms] in which the particle travels

backwards in time. This generates the space-time/event-density fractal

resonance.

The increase in mass of a body moving at relativistic speeds can also

be interpreted as a type of rotational perspective effect, and when

time is explained as a dimension, "ct", by combining one of the c's

with time to convert it to a length, E = m_0 c^2 becomes m_0 c , a

momentum, specifically, a momentum of an object's motion down its time

axis.

A being's conscious awareness is what is really moving along its

world- line, which is the fourth dimensional extension of its 3

dimensional self.

m_0 c is a momentum along its time axis.

If we stopped moving through time the rest energy of objects would be

zero?

Interesting...

(mc^2)^2 = (m_0 c^2) + m^2 v^2 c^2

becomes

(mc^2)^2 - m^2 v^2 c^2 = (m_0 c^2)^2

An equation of the form:

c^2 t^2 - dx^2 = K

A quantum field unites gravity and electromagnetism.

Gravity becomes a refractive/compression effect, as light cones are

rotated near a massive object:

Topological metric spaces are defined as being diffeomorphism

invariant. Intersecting cotangent bundles[manifolds] are the set of

all possible configurations of a system, i.e. they describe the phase

space of the system. Waves are ripples in a basic medium. Einstein

explains that the ether is unecessary as a medium, so the ripples are

vibrations of space itself which are actually the overlapping of event

densities/conic sections. As the ripples overlap/intersect with each

other, it becomes a domino effect with the ripples continually

increasing in density. Very similar to taking a penny and doubling it

as a sequence.

2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, ... 2^n

Since the ripples are increasing in density they are defined by

density gradients. A compression force corresponding to the Shannon

entropy of the system.

Resonating standing waves/waveforms. The past collapses/condenses/

compactifies in 6 dimensions to the present moment, while the future

is an expanding uncertainty, in four space-time dimensions.

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