Saturday, September 29, 2012

The Universe & The Heisenberg Principle

I got to thinking about the universe and Heisenberg . If I mentioned the number 56, all you know is that it is the number 56.

The number 56 could be anything but to keep it simple we'll keep it to these three possibilities:

  1. A particle which has weight or mass.

  2. A length.

  3. A change in the length.

    Einstein said that mass and energy are equivalent. This means that 56 under ( 1 ) has both a mass and energy of 56. In our real world, we have physical space and time or in other words Einstein's space-time. Somewhere in our real world we have the number ( 56 ) at Einstein's space location ( x, y, z ) at Einstein's time ( t ). Time in Einstein's space-time world is only a marker. If we ran across a particle in our space-time world at location ( x, y, z ) at marker time ( t ) we could measure its' mass or weight. The particle could be lying still, moving at a constant velocity or accelerating. If the particle was lying still we could easily measure its' mass or weight. If the particle was moving at a constant velocity or under acceleration, we would have to stop it and measure its' mass or weight. Our stopping of the particle means that its' velocity or acceleration are lost to measurement. If the particle had a velocity or was under acceleration, we could measure the velocity or acceleration while the particle was under velocity or acceleration but we wouldn't have a clue about the particle's mass or weight. Heisenberg said we could measure mass or weight but not velocity or acceleration at the same time. This means we are certain about one ( ( mass or weight ) ) but uncertain about the other ( velocity or acceleration ). The unknown particle could have a velocity of 56 ( 2 – constant length / unit time ) or an acceleration of 56 ( 3 – change in length traveled / unit time ). The quantum world is the reverse of the real world. Space only exists as a marker in the quantum world. In the quantum world we think of space as right here or over there. We can't travel through space in the quantum world to get from here to there because travel through space doesn't physically exist in the quantum world. The quantum world is made up of energy-time. Their literally aren't any particles in the quantum world. What we see as particles in the space-time world are clouds in the quantum world. These concentrations of clouds can be treated as particles in the quantum world. These concentrations of clouds may or may not have mass. They may also spin up, down or at an angle. These clouds may be still at the center, yet spin on the periphery or not spin on the periphery . Sometimes the spin drags the interior part of the cloud in a circle so it rotates at different speeds returning to its' original orientation at different times. We call this phenomena different ( return to normal ) rotations ( ie: 2 ½ X ). Sometimes the entire cloud consistently spins so the rotation for everything in the cloud is consistent ( one ( 1 ) rotation ). Energy in the energy-time quantum world can travel anywhere so the concentrations of energy aren't even but are on average statistically even. Quantum time in the quantum world can be sliced into smaller and smaller parts. Since energy in the quantum world isn't distributed evenly sometimes more energy ends up in a sliced piece of quantum time than is statistically expected.
    The universe is made up of the following three layers.
    1. Einstein's space-time world or our real world.
     The dark energy- dark matter layer.
    Q The quantum world.

Time in our space-time world moves all of us outward in a forward direction. That is why we age, things deteriorate and require repair or replacement. Our space-time world sits on a world of dark matter and dark energy. This dark energy and dark matter both expands and accelerates the expansion of our universe resulting in things in our universe becoming further apart. Dark matter and dark energy are the left over debris from antimatter matter interactions.

The quantum world exists underneath the dark energy and dark matter layer. When quantum time is sliced into smaller and smaller pieces it also compresses quantum energy which may be in greater volume in that slice of time then statistically normal. If that happens we know how much we sliced time, but we don't know how much energy that slice of time contains. The energy in that slice of time, if large enough, may or may not form a particle. If the particle is formed it goes up through the dark matter and dark energy layer causing an equivalent antimatter particle to be produced. These particles annihilate themselves in our space-time world and the respective energies return to the dark matter and dark energy layer as well as to the quantum layer. This action - reaction in the quantum layer creates quantum foam or quantum fluctuation which is basically the wave action of the returning quantum energy which is equivalent to the previously produced particle . Quantum mechanics is concerned with this phenomena. If the matter – antimatter process is quick enough and the energy returned fast enough to the quantum world nothing is noticed in our real world of space-time. Space, energy and time in our real world appear to be three separate things but in the energy-time or quantum world they are all the same thing viewed differently.

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