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« Reply #25 on: 19/09/2009 15:00:33 »
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« Reply #26 on: 04/10/2009 01:08:00 »

Hi Jimbob;

Are we talking about the string theory here?

 
And, yes before the string theory we use to see four forces in the atomic system,

[1] the strong force

[2] the weak force

[3] the electro-magnetic force

[4] and some where there was the gravitational force

   Then Steven showed us that the weak force became the electro-magnetic force when it was force to polarize and propagate out of the atomic system. All mass / or element become magnetic at very low energy levels, usually well below -200 K

   The key is to understand that it is the electrons that spin out a loping string of flux that becomes polarize and propagate out, that becomes the magnetic fields.

   The key is to understand that it is the proton in the nuclei that spin out a loping string of flux that becomes polarize and propagate out, that becomes the graviataional fields. This can only happen at high energy levels such as in the plasma state of the mass.




Wanna extrapolate on that :)
Sounds intriguing, but use open references to it please.

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« Reply #27 on: 17/10/2009 02:40:04 »
Firstly i am under educated in physics, that said i have a great interest in physics, this interest sends me a drift with many questions. As many questions in philosophy i seek to start at the beginning and develop a theory from there (or at least what i thin k is the beginning).

For "existence" i believe that this would be finding the smallest or initial building block of "everything". Not knowing much if anything about string theory, i do not know if i am having original thought.

As of late, i have been thinking that everything must be comprised of vibration or a frequency that this movement no matter how slight causes "everything". Wasn't it Einstein said everything exists in a place and at a time? i question (not that i compare to him), Does it not also have to move, vibrate, even at the smallest amounts. Is this kinda the track of string theory?

My research into string theory has yelled little as far as what i am postulating. it is my belief that everything vibrates or has some form of motion at some level in order to exist in our reality. if there were Zero Motion that would be the definition of non existence.

Crude example would be temperature, the lower the temperature the less movement there is in any given material. thus the temperature is related to the vibration and/or vise verse. Radioactivity, light, sound, even people, etc. all are manifest vibrations. (just a thought from and under educated person)

I just do not know how far "M" Theory, has come to explain vibration or harmonics at the sub atomic level. But is my perception that it has everything to do with it.

If anyone knows of any research into a related study please feel free to give me direction.


So, here is my real question(s)
Does string theory posit, that vibrations and or the frequency of them are responsible for everything?

ty, Seeking Knowledge


Look at this one and just read the first page.
http://www.nuclecu.unam.mx/~alberto/physics/string.html
That sound simple right :)

But then remember that they are seen as one dimensional objects creating a 3D Space with an single arrow of time 'life to death'.

Then take a look at this.
http://www.superstringtheory.com/basics/basic4.html
And this.
http://www.superstringtheory.com/basics/basic7.html

And now you know.
(sneaking of in darkness laughing throatily.. He he he ..)

PS: there is that fact that all activity build ones neuron network..
So if you really want to know?

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