## Monday, March 14, 2011

### Particles & Waves

Both the real and the quantum world consists of:

1. Particles
2. Waves
3. Time

In the quantum world a particle generates electromagnet waves and electron waves. In the real world a particle ( us ) generates charisma which is the equivalent to an electromagnet wave. Sometimes a particle ( us ) generates a confidence and belief aura which is equivalent to an electron wave. What we call it is dependent on our language and culture but it is basically the same thing in two universes. The quantum world hasn't any space and in our world Einstein says that something extends into space, but space doesn't exist on its' own even though you and I instinctively see space. There isn't any space in the quantum world, so Time operates like a possibility or probability. That means that Time automatically comes into existence and at that point something statistically happens. The general concept of Time in our universe is that Time marks events when it is used as a clock ( meet me at 1:00 pm. at Frank's ) or as a measure of distance. ( 50 minutes in the oven at 350 degrees ). Quantum Particles or Atoms are also associated with their own personal waves. These quantum particles or mass can be represented by a ball of string. Surround the ball of string with curved strings which represent the ball of string's wave. This ball of string with its' surrounding waves ( curved strings ) represent a quantum particle and its' waves creating an electromagnetic field. Let's assume for the sake of argument that the quantum particle mass is 23. Since it has surrounding curved strings representing an electromagnetic field ( because quantum particle masses are measured in electron volts ) we can let this electromagnetic field be represented by 5 ( add the digits in 23 ( 2 + 3 = 5 ). Since we now have a quantum particle mass of 23 electron volts with a surrounding personal electromagnetic field of 5 we can assume it will interact with other quantum particle masses and their personal electromagnetic fields forming new particles and fields. Suppose we have another quantum particle whose mass is ( 47 ). Its' electromagnet string wave is ( 11 ) ( 4 + 7 = 11 ) or 2 ( 1 + 1 = 2 ). The electromagnet wave fields of the 23 mass electron ( 5 ) and the 47 mass electron ( 2 ) become intertwined. The combined electromagnetic fields have a value of ( 5 + 2 ) = 7. If Space – less quantum Time doesn't switch on, we will continue to have two separate quantum particles whose value is 23 and 47 with separate intertwined electromagnetic fields of 5 and 11(or 2). If Space-less quantum Time, with a quantum value of (9) and a possibility / probability of ( 1/9 ), switches on the two electron volt masses will combine into one mass of 70 electron volts ( 23 + 47 = 70 ). The new electron volt mass of 70 will have an electromagnetic wave of 7 ( 7 + 0 = 7 ).

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