Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

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    The transition between matter and energy

    For some reason, it seems that there cannot be just „nothing“, in a philosophical and physical view of existence. 

    “Nothing” not in the sense given by Lawrence Krauss, but in the sense of the opposite of “something”.

    If there is no “something” then there even cannot be just “nothing”!

     The assumption that this “nothing” has evolved by e.g. quantum fluctuations into a “something”, a kind of a universal mechanism that gives birth to existence, e.g. by a time reversal implosion into a new universe is only a tiny part that is to be known.

    The Big Bang was no initial event that gave birth to our universe, but, so to say, an event within the transition between phases of existence



    The transition between matter and energy is induced by different phases of matter and energy which are related to the speed of light threshold and the quantization of space time.


    The speed of light works like a threshold between matter and energy, or to put it more mathematically: the speed of light can be represented by the Zero, for that upper and lower values can be stretched to infinity (or minus infinity), because from a physical point of view, nothing is not no-thing (or Zero), but can be interpreted as a distribution of the zero values of Riemann’s zeta function, which is revealing a link to stability constraints for matter.




    This is the reason why Quantum Gravity might exactly emerge at this point of transition between matter and energy: when particles are transiting the event horizon of Bruce-Giblin Catastrophes (Black Hole), between string- and particle boundary  (division by zero is undefined?),  or when a singularity of space-time is coinciding with particle singularities.

     The foundation of Pauli's exclusion principle is based on the fact that positrons are not occupying the same space as electrons - by a different spin or oscillation/charge respectively. Positrons are mediated FTL.

    by Oliver Thewalt

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    Image Courtesy: CERN/ @ Wim Klerkx, 2002