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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...

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        Applied Quantum Electro Dynamics

        This is a thought theory to be discussed - Think Tank and Brainstorming :-) Next Step in semiconductors: magneto-optical >Quantum and Gene computers > fast internet by sp...

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          First Stars and Reinonization Era

          "Noone has ever been able to define the difference between interference and diffraction satisfactorily. It is just a question of usage, and there is no speci...

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            gravity_orbits

            Yes, but is there a violation of the WEP (Weak Equivalence Principle)?   Bend it Like Newton   Yesterday’s post on testing the assumption that photons are ma...

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              Hydrogen creation in the Higgs Field

              "We are observing phenomena with a common origin on an imprint in the existence phase of the quantum vacuum which is about a superfluid transiting through a quantum non-quantum...

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                A photon walks into a hotel. The hotel receptionist asks: 'Don't you have luggage?' The photon answers: ' I am travelling light!'.

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                  'Nothing' can be looked upon as an imaginary quantum non-quantum threshold at horizons #phase #transition #space #topology #virtuals

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                    Question: Is Antimatter being made inside a Black Hole?

                    It does not depend on which "side" of the apparent horizon(s) an observer is staying: on each side (inside or outside: an observer cannot detect that he (a human being or a particle (measurement process) is "inside") an observer is concluding that "inside" it is antimatter.   And I want to...

                    Tags: antimatter, black hole, black-hole-lens, apparent-horizons, pauli-exclusion-principle, speed-of-light-threshold, ftl-mediation-positron, faster-than-light-mediation-of-positrons, quark-antiquark-pair, black-hole-lensing