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Quantum Physics - A twist
« on: 18/09/2015 07:56:12 »
Though there has been lot of work done and is being done in the field of quantum physics, but there are still many questions which need to be answered yet. This leads to a suspicion that there may be something wrong fundamentally.


I am not a physicist and I have a very basic knowledge of matter and particles. However, I am greatly interested in the subject and read and think about it often. I am also impressed by Einsteinís idea of unified theory of everything. Since every thing has originated from a digit, there must be a co-relation or a common thread weaving this vast canvas.


Ref. my blog newbielink:http://sudkjain.blogspot.in/2015/09/complexity-daughter-nature-is-not-as.html [nonactive] , I have made some assumption which I find answering most of the phenomenon logically. I do not have mathematical expertise to prove my idea but the line of thinking can provide a new lead to the scientists to reach to a common theory.


Basic idea in nutshell is, all fundamental particles in an atom constitute of varying degree of space and time dimensions. eg. Protons and neutrons are packed with greater space spin while electrons consist of greater time spin. Space spin determines the gravity and mass while time spin is responsible for the electromagnetic force a particle would exert upon subjection to energy to bring about any change in  its position and speed.


As particle move into higher state of energy, their space spin will increase and time spin will decrease. ie. in an LHC as the protons and electrons gather speed, their spin will tend to become more space oriented hence they will exert more gravity. Close to the speed of light space constituent of their spin would become almost 100%. and one may come across a few pure space spin particles viz higgs boson and electrons may behave like protons.


Vis a vis, as particles fall to lower levels of energy, their spin orientation tends to time. eg. while cooling substances to absolute zero, protons etc lose their space dimension and become more time oriented therefore at some stage they behave like electrons and electrons would turn into pure time particles viz. boson condensates. 


 

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Re: Quantum Physics - A twist
« Reply #1 on: 18/09/2015 10:42:46 »
Though there has been lot of work done and is being done in the field of quantum physics, but there are still many questions which need to be answered yet. This leads to a suspicion that there may be something wrong fundamentally.


I am not a physicist and I have a very basic knowledge of matter and particles. However, I am greatly interested in the subject and read and think about it often. I am also impressed by Einsteinís idea of unified theory of everything. Since every thing has originated from a digit, there must be a co-relation or a common thread weaving this vast canvas.


Ref. my blog http://sudkjain.blogspot.in/2015/09/complexity-daughter-nature-is-not-as.html , I have made some assumption which I find answering most of the phenomenon logically. I do not have mathematical expertise to prove my idea but the line of thinking can provide a new lead to the scientists to reach to a common theory.


Basic idea in nutshell is, all fundamental particles in an atom constitute of varying degree of space and time dimensions. eg. Protons and neutrons are packed with greater space spin while electrons consist of greater time spin. Space spin determines the gravity and mass while time spin is responsible for the electromagnetic force a particle would exert upon subjection to energy to bring about any change in  its position and speed.


As particle move into higher state of energy, their space spin will increase and time spin will decrease. ie. in an LHC as the protons and electrons gather speed, their spin will tend to become more space oriented hence they will exert more gravity. Close to the speed of light space constituent of their spin would become almost 100%. and one may come across a few pure space spin particles viz higgs boson and electrons may behave like protons.


Vis a vis, as particles fall to lower levels of energy, their spin orientation tends to time. eg. while cooling substances to absolute zero, protons etc lose their space dimension and become more time oriented therefore at some stage they behave like electrons and electrons would turn into pure time particles viz. boson condensates.

Hello Sud, your idea makes very little sense when you mention things like ''space spin'', space has no physical body , physical bodies are in space, so space itself can not spin. May I suggest you re-write your idea and rephrase the content.

 

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Re: Quantum Physics - A twist
« Reply #2 on: 18/09/2015 11:21:52 »
Thanks, Box. I know its not properly worded. I have used the word spin to be at the same page with the current quantum theory, which uses particle spin to classify various particles. However, I have classified particles on basis of spacetime composition. I shall be adding some more graphics in my blog to elaborate on what I mean.
 

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