Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

    Theoretical Physics | Quantum Biology | Dark Matter Research Cluster

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    FTL World View by a Quantum Threshold

    Summary for Students and CEOs

    There is no zero as such, when you want to explain phenomena which have no direct "FTL" connection, you may apply time dependent models, for instance when you explain the physics for car driving this is sufficient, but when you want to explain phenomena like gravity, dark matter or black holes then you need to overcome the world view of a speed of light as transport through space: the better concept is to look upon the speed of light as a speed of light (quantum) threshold.

    There is then no above or below "speed of light" but a threshold between matter and energy: this threshold is comprised by the "zero" but the zero as such does not exist: it unfolds at a Black Hole (virtual) states which represents basically the commutation "between" existence and non-existence by a photonic Black Hole to particle mediation via neutrinos and the strong and electroweak force.

    There is a tachyonic charge identity (the positron) which enables gluons taping quarks, and by that mass. World view of phases of existence and non - existence.

     

     

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    Hence the positron is not just a (tachyonic) charge identity but a phase transition between matter and energy. What we called antimatter is shielded below the speed of light threshold and unstable at quantum level.

     

    Quote:

    Michael Balmer, 01. Jan 2015, 10:21 AM

     

    "Matter, antimatter, dark matter, what about dark antimatter? What puts this all in conflict and turmoil is each persons subscribing to the term,in Susy it is the anti-"partner" some say the opposite charge sign,some just think it is the evil twin out to get us,the opposite of the normal be it in observation of the negative or the positive it doesn't matter,the equality of distribution in infinity is a localized field represented by EMFields and Matter fields,in some areas such as Plasma Field of positive ions it is balance to antimatter but antimatter is unstable unshielded at the quantum level and at the macro level though still unstable and radioactive it's quantity is sufficient to maintain it's ability not to annihilate at once giving it's long half life this aided by the so called dark matter field separating the EMField at that point,the dark matter field acts as an insulator against the annihilation process,again, this is not at every point in space of this situation,when researching this on a quantum level the antimatter particles are not separate entities of matter but the same atom carrying it's anti charge, a proton and electron are by virtue of the opposing charge matter and anti matter to each other and not being the same means nothing ... 

     

    ...the charge to mass ratio of the electron to the proton will show you this, it may be smaller but pound for pound as the saying goes puts it on an even field,now you can charge conjugate an atom and classify it as antimatter as well...nature does it all the time...this is where the positron appears"

     

    How and why quarks conjugate by Michael Balmer

     

    Particle Pair Production by Michael Balmer

     

    Particles Faster than light

     

    Particles faster than Light 2 by Michael Balmer

     

    A Black Hole State  by Oliver Thewalt

     

    Zero in Physics by Oliver Thewalt

    Imaginary negative mass in a beyond Dirac world view – seen from (higgs) string vacua foldings - BH identity - electron orbital by Oliver Thewalt

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    Supplement:


    Scale invariance and shape dynamics for gravity are better concepts: the universe is not discrete, space-#time is uncountable - a dimension is about a fractal photonic mediation of the "granularity" of the quantum vacuum by a (Planck'ian) density matrix.

     

     

    The Question That Could Unite Quantum Theory With General Relativity:

    Is Spacetime Countable?

    Current thinking about quantum gravity assumes that spacetime exists in countable lumps, like grains of sand. That can’t be right, can it?

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