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I am saying that the time delay is an important point that accounts for why the converging waves don’t just as quickly pass through that space; there is a slight but meaningful “time delay” due to the elevated wave energy density at and around the location of each high energy density spot, and the effect of an elevated gravitational wave energy density is a time delay in the rate of the advance of wave energy through the medium of space. Waves travel at different velocities through space, relative to the local wave energy density of that space.
Then, in regard to quantum gravity, we are saying that the individual quanta within the high energy density core of the wave particles are composed of the convergences of multiple gravitational waves from various directions that are disturbances in the medium of space, associated with the presence of a wave particle, and at the same time, those convergences have a striking similarity to the way we have described virtual particles:https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/gallery/43933_22_09_18_7_30_05.jpeghttps://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/gallery/43933_26_07_17_4_28_57.jpeg Hmm, … maybe it takes a little imagination to see the similarity, lol.
… You may know that the wave-particle concept of matter comes out of a new way of thinking about the universe that I call the Infinite Spongy Universe (ISU) model. The ISU is a model of the universe that I have been expounding on since I showed up here eighteen months ago (May 2017). I am a self-proclaimed quantum thinker with no credentials to speak of, and so undertaking the task of presenting what I will portray as the new paradigm may go relatively unnoticed. That will give me the space and time it will take me to present the idea of quantum gravity as best I can, and I will eventually reach a point where I say, “There it is, what do you think?”.
Light passing through an obstatcle produces a diffraction, a Wave, eg a spectum, a slit.
As a photon enters into a slit it may or may not diffract.
If the the photon diffracts, it creates an interference pattern.
If a another photon follows directly after the diffracting photon and doesnot diffract, and instead immerses itself into the wave interference pattern of the preceeding photon while maintaining zero disturbance, it will registers itself on the screen as an intact photon traveling in a dispersed photon's diffraction pattern. The double slit in this experiment is not a valid blind. A single slit will also create an interference pattern, although not as intense as a double slit pattern. The double slit's produces a more intense pattern with additional interference fringes, but the fact remains that both register photon hits in an interference pattern over time. Why would one photon diffract and another would not passing through the same slit? Ask David Cooper about two particles sharing light information between themselves and it's effect on their acceleration. La Repteux also has an interesting theory on the particles having a push pull relationship particle in regards to mutual acceleration. Maybe they're both right! lol.
My apologies. I do admire your conscientious work.