Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

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    The Metaphysical plane or what maths is about - Ramanujan and the unobservable universe.

    ..... In 2016 CERN's LHC Could Unveil Unknown Dimensions of the Universe


    Yes, but what is a dimension?

      I think that Ramanujan has given an answer to this - a dimension is like a fractal geometric density "matrix" -

      Gauge Theory assumes: if the wavefunction is changed by a (global) phase factor, the physics remains unaffected - hmm....

      Q1: Is the Wavefunction finite or infinite - what means infinity - are these 2 Wavefunctions "waving" at opposite ends (time, space)? about Q1: Or is this one scalar wave waving into opposite directions at full amplitude to a finite point in space and backwards?

      The “gauge principle” states that symmetries of the Lagrangian with respect to rotations in some internal space are of profound importance.

      Noether’s theorem states that for every symmetry there is an associated conserved quantity - but there are no symmetries or asymmetries. ...but Ramanujan was a genius: he did not do the "maths", neither Daniel Tammet did - his theorems were derived by intuition and "talent".

      In the case of Daniel Tammet we assume a link between the right and left brain - Young’s double slit experiment: relative phases are observable, but absolute phases are not - hmm ....

    ...."Consequently, there is a symmetry inherent in any quantum mechanical theory" -> but this interpretation of our observations is wrong.

      When you quantize "space-time" at "Planck Scale" you will detect that there is a violation of Einstein's Equivalence Principle. So what is space-time when there is no time as such but motion and duration or energy scaling (charge conjugation via antimatter identity)?

      And what is space when you apply a quantum measurement? ... mass => quantum energy states?! .....

      By just maths you will get it wrong - once again: What is Maths? Did Ramanujan do "Maths"?

    .....now, please read this once again:

    Elementary relativistic wave mechanics of spin 0 and spin 1 2 particle
     

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    Image Courtesy: Stephen Wolfram Blog - Who was Ramanujan? 

    This happens when you tell mass from energy in a metaphysical plane - which is wrong - and apply mathematics to a "subplane"!

      Q2: What is a dimension? (There is no length, width or height, neither on Earth nor in space, time is not a dimension)?

      -> Q2: A dimension is like a fractal geometric generator of a density matrix (photonic quantum threshold, quanta -> Dirac's quantum foam) --> a dimension is about the "granularity" of the quantum vacuum (like an "energy" superfluid) -> mediation, which is not a constant - --> in Riemann's Zeta, there is a photonic stability constraint for matter, but as Pi does not exist in nature, it is not "constant"

      Just figure it out for yourself, by mass defect and the nuclear shell model - ... be aware that the "mediator" is a -> quantum photon, neutrinos and the electro weak + nuclear (strong) [QCD!)] force .....

      The Photon is not "constant" in any meaning - it is a changing quantum threshold to tachyonic (BH identity) and subluminar translated (by the antimatter identity) states. The neutrino is its own anti, has a mass and a rest mass - the photon --> this you may answer for yourself now: v>c is just a BH identity.

            Remember: the speed of light is a quantum threshold for matter and energy - in the Higgs field there is a region of neutrality.

    Q3: What is the physical zero? ...Extension: Why are neither alpha (fine structure constant) nor radiation decay rates constant?

      What does it mean that neutrinos are oscillating? What is matter about?

               This is what Hawking has overlooked: the supertranslation groups may be represented at Apparent horizons - but they are kind of omnipresent.



    Further Reading and Sources:

      Ramanujan's Notebooks

      Who Was Ramanujan?

     (via Rima Meta, thanks)


     Notes about Gauge Theory taken from:

     

     

    Warwick:  PX408 Relativistic Quantum Mechanics