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      Mathematics and the Holographic Universe

      Are we able to develop holographic mathematics to describe the holographic universe?Is holographic mathematics able to describe quantized processes?Can we set quantized markers to reidentify time periods (entropy) like neuronal quantized fingerprints?Is the Einstein-Space a special case in the ho...

      Tags: holographic, universe, mathematics, einstein, einstein-space, matter, complex numbers, space, time, entropy

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        A Cell and the Universe

        We will never be able to describe the universe in a satisfactory way by mathematics. If this would be possible, human beings wouldn't exist.Quote "Physicist and author Michio Kaku has remarked that M-theory may present us with a "Theory of Everything" which is so concise that its underlying formu...

        Tags: cell, universe, metastructure, blueprint, embedded laws, mathematics, kaku, m-theory, theory of everything, unification of theory, toe

        • Oliver Thewalt

          The quest for Dark Matter, Topomatter and Symmetry within Maths and the Higgs Boson

          Is it possible that our Mathematics is related to white (ordinary) matter/energy especially? Is there a reason outside maths that you cannot solve a quintic equation (x^5) by radicals but by group theory? As this article states, symmetry is the reason! What if dark matter is different there? What...

          Tags: dark matter, antimatter, topomatter, space topology matter, higgs boson, mathematics, quintic equation, galois, pi, circle number, mathematics is incomplete

          • Oliver Thewalt

            QCD - Black Hole link via Ramanujans infinity conjecture and Riemanns Zeta

            Yes, this is what I thought: there is a relation between Ramanujan's infinity conjecture and Riemann's Zeta function (stability constraints for matter by distribution of zero values).   Could this be the Planckian (Schwarzschild Horizon (BH-particle)) offset to energy?     ...

            Tags: qcd, black hole, ramanujan infinity conjecture, riemann zeta, bjorken scaling, dimension, photonic mediator, quantum threshold, mond, dark matter, higgs-field, ramanujan, infinity, mathematics

            • Oliver Thewalt

              Black Hole Lensing and Existence by holographic rear projection

              Black Hole Lensing (BHL) and Existence (Big Bang - as a phase of existence by inducing mass) by holographic rear projection (retrojection, or "Rückprojektion").Remark: I am no more talking about a rear projection, this post is uphold for historic reasons - the basic assertions have been in o...


              • Oliver Thewalt

                The interpretation of DNA by western science is wrong until today

                  Quote: "The two scientists did in fact use what they saw in Photo 51 as the basis for their famous model of DNA, which they published on March 7, 1953, and for which they received a Nobel Prize in 1962. Crick and Watson were also able to take most of the credit for the finding: When publi...

                Tags: interpretation dna, rosalind franklin, crick, watson, genetics, mathematics, pvalues, zika virus, autism, mers coronavirus, western science, immune system, system biology

                • Oliver Thewalt

                  Zero in Physics

                  The Zero in PhysicsZero in physics is a quantum threshold between existence and non-existence which is basically the "same", but distinguishable by the speed of light threshold (BH to photon mediation for particles (QCD): - infinity  to + infinity is the range for zero, existence means  ...

                  Tags: zero, physics, black hole state, navier stokes superfluid, dimension, black hole, einstein relativistic quantum vacuum, photonic black hole mediation, neutrino, string vacua, string vacua, mathematics, ads5 phase space

                  • Oliver Thewalt

                    John von Neumann

                    John von Neumann   (born as Neumann, János Lajos 28. December 1903, Budapest, died 8 February 1957, Washington D.C) was such a dangerous technocrat, I am shocked, those mathematicians think they need to control the whole Earth population, by a nuclear first strike or weather...