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Quantum topology

  1. Nov 5, 2003 #1
    A single quantum may be of any topological genus in phase space, where each genus acts as a quantum hole. Accordingly, a quantum can bound countless holes (which are analogous to electronic holes in their relative behavior). These holes can emulate strings as well.

    A quantum with 1081 genera (holes) could represent the visible universe and its nucleons within. The quantum mechanics of these generic holes follows a "virtual wavefunction" (see P-Duality: Quantum Mechanics Inside-Out)
    in whose phase space genera establish themselves as virtual particles with an inverse symmetry to the corrosponding real-particle universe. A quantum holds the potential to manifest the virtual image of the entire cosmos.
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