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**New Theories / Re: Could the photon be the sole elementary particle?**

« **on:**09/12/2016 21:56:38 »

ENTROPY AND THE UNIVERSE

If we postulate that the universe is finite and that there are a finite number of possibilities in the universe, it means the entropy is constant for the entire universe but it is increasing in any locality and any subset…

CONSERVATION OF ENERGY

According to my theory, there is an absolute time connecting everything in the universe. In this now, energy is conserved. That is why, energy is always conserved locally and that the speed of light is a local constant. The now is local only, for any observers or interactions. It is the connections of all localities. What we see is not what it is, but what it was! Though we live in the present, everything we perceive is in the past.

Time may be real in a block universe… Though the laws of physics may change over time, the number of possibilities must be finite if we want to keep the unitarity of the universe.

DIMENSIONS, PHOTONS AND MASSIVE ELEMENTARY PARTICLES

A photon is made of two electric charges (probably half charges), one negative and one positive. A charge is an intersection between the two dimensions of time. The two charges are connected in a one dimensional space for each of the two time dimensions.

The first dimension of time is transversal to the relative motion and is based on the Planck time. This dimension produces a contraction of space. Thus it implies a transversal separation of the Planck length between the two charges or intersections.

The second time dimension is longitudinal, meaning it is in the direction of the relative motion. It is based on the Planck time multiplied by a fixed and finite value of Pi. This dimension produces an expansion of space. Thus it implies a longitudinal separation of the Planck length multiplied by Pi between the two charges or intersections (possible error of a factor of 2).

The two transversal components rotate independently around the longitudinal spacetime axis according to the local connections to the rest of the universe (attractive and repulsive). This produces a three dimensional spacetime.

If the charges are connected in two one-dimensional spaces how do we have three dimensions of space and a four dimensional spacetime? Something is obviously missing.

For massive elementary particles like the electron and the quarks, the two charges are connected in a two dimensional longitudinal and expanded space for their transversal components which is the strong interaction between the two charges. This produces three dimensions of space and a four dimensional spacetime by their relations to the rest of the universe.

All this is local and limited by the speed of light. Only the Planck time and quantization is non local. The two charges of a particle are probably non locally correlated in the two dimensional longitudinal space to keep a quantized spin and form a ring. This ring is then correlated to all other particles of the universe in a three dimensional space.

If we postulate that the universe is finite and that there are a finite number of possibilities in the universe, it means the entropy is constant for the entire universe but it is increasing in any locality and any subset…

CONSERVATION OF ENERGY

According to my theory, there is an absolute time connecting everything in the universe. In this now, energy is conserved. That is why, energy is always conserved locally and that the speed of light is a local constant. The now is local only, for any observers or interactions. It is the connections of all localities. What we see is not what it is, but what it was! Though we live in the present, everything we perceive is in the past.

Time may be real in a block universe… Though the laws of physics may change over time, the number of possibilities must be finite if we want to keep the unitarity of the universe.

DIMENSIONS, PHOTONS AND MASSIVE ELEMENTARY PARTICLES

A photon is made of two electric charges (probably half charges), one negative and one positive. A charge is an intersection between the two dimensions of time. The two charges are connected in a one dimensional space for each of the two time dimensions.

The first dimension of time is transversal to the relative motion and is based on the Planck time. This dimension produces a contraction of space. Thus it implies a transversal separation of the Planck length between the two charges or intersections.

The second time dimension is longitudinal, meaning it is in the direction of the relative motion. It is based on the Planck time multiplied by a fixed and finite value of Pi. This dimension produces an expansion of space. Thus it implies a longitudinal separation of the Planck length multiplied by Pi between the two charges or intersections (possible error of a factor of 2).

The two transversal components rotate independently around the longitudinal spacetime axis according to the local connections to the rest of the universe (attractive and repulsive). This produces a three dimensional spacetime.

If the charges are connected in two one-dimensional spaces how do we have three dimensions of space and a four dimensional spacetime? Something is obviously missing.

For massive elementary particles like the electron and the quarks, the two charges are connected in a two dimensional longitudinal and expanded space for their transversal components which is the strong interaction between the two charges. This produces three dimensions of space and a four dimensional spacetime by their relations to the rest of the universe.

All this is local and limited by the speed of light. Only the Planck time and quantization is non local. The two charges of a particle are probably non locally correlated in the two dimensional longitudinal space to keep a quantized spin and form a ring. This ring is then correlated to all other particles of the universe in a three dimensional space.

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