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Of course, by using spin time energy and creating a spatial space-time vortex, the layers of space-time become compressed and gain density.
Quote from: Thebox on 01/07/2018 13:27:53Of course, by using spin time energy and creating a spatial space-time vortex, the layers of space-time become compressed and gain density. In Reply #88 I address what is known as the Proton Spin Crisis (or puzzle) and some recent theory. Then in Replies #90 and #91 I speculate heavily about a concept I call the “persistence of spin” of a wave-particle. This is going to come up again down the road but I don’t have anything new to add until I finish this series of posts on the speculated cause of quantum gravity in the ISU.
Maybe you could think about adding photon spin momentum somewhere .
Quote from: Thebox on 01/07/2018 13:57:56Maybe you could think about adding photon spin momentum somewhere . If you wish. Is 2019 soon enough? Or you could start a thread, with some links to known science, and we could speculate from there.
Reply #344https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/gallery/43933_27_01_18_2_29_16.jpeg34) Within the particle space, meaningful gravitational waves are continually converging across the entire space. The convergences each form a momentary high energy density spot or hint of mass, and the sum of energy in all of the spots at any instant equals the mass of the wave-particle. That sum, divided by the number of spots at that instant, establishes the energy value of the average quantum increment within the particle space.Note: Each convergence, at any given moment during the determination of the value of the quantum, can contain a slightly different amount of energy because there is a time delay between the inflow period of the spot formation and the completion of the convergence peak. During that time delay, the wave convergence incorporates multiple wave fronts from different directions, which contribute to the energy peak. Upon reaching the quantum of energy, the peak moment is followed by the emission of the third wave, which is quantum, and which converts the hint of mass at the moment of the peak value, into a third wave which distributes the accumulated wave energy spherically, to continue the process of quantum action within the particle space; wave energy, to hint of mass, to wave energy is the sequence of events that is continually occurring throughout the entire particle space.35) The third wave formation can be depicted as two (or more) quantum waves converging at a point of intersection, and causing a growing overlap space to form around that the point of intersection, which then emerges and expands spherically as the third wave when a when a quantum of energy is accumulated in the overlap space, as depicted in the following image from a previous thought experiment:https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/gallery/43933_27_07_17_3_48_14.jpeg36) The point of completion of the energy accumulation, as the energy in the overlap space reaches the peak value of a quantum of energy, can be calculated using the ISU quantum equation (the same equation used to determine the point at the macro level when two or more converging parent big bang arenas reach critical capacity, just before the collapse/bang):https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/gallery/43933_25_07_17_11_46_46.jpeg The force of quantum gravity in the ISU to be continued …
I know you have not edited yet, but I wanted to say wow, your second diagram showed ''class', was beyond my knowledge.
However I am glad you put the first diagram in, that was much easier to understand and quite ''beautiful''.
I have a question on your model, do the parent arenas rotate around each other ?
added- Additionally have you considered the overlay arena may manifest parent arenas internally ?
The equation is simple, and if you know the verbal description,
I think your ISU could turn out something special . The video shows us possible formations of the ISU don't you agree?added - 0.50s in looks a good formation to consider with the overlap arenas. added - 0.40s in , this visualizes the overlap expansion.P.s I think your model could be more complex than you think after watching the second video . Anyway goodnight
Quote from: Thebox on 03/07/2018 01:58:01I think your ISU could turn out something special . The video shows us possible formations of the ISU don't you agree?added - 0.50s in looks a good formation to consider with the overlap arenas. added - 0.40s in , this visualizes the overlap expansion.P.s I think your model could be more complex than you think after watching the second video . Anyway goodnight Thank you for the efforts to show a visualization of the ISU. I have been visualizing it for years, and have shown you this image of a depiction of a multiple arena patch of the landscape of the greater universe a few times:https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/gallery/43933_06_08_17_6_06_27.jpegIt isn't a very good drawing, but I thought that if I added the arena boundaries it might help people envision the big bang arena landscape across the greater universe, and I came up with this:https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/gallery/43933_03_07_18_1_33_57.jpegMaybe I'll try to improve the image as time goes on.
It is hard to envision , I will attempt it on CGI , may take a few days to get it right though. I will then upload it for you to view . You are also missing your field density lines on your drawings, where the density stops the fields totally merging.
I may use numbers from 1 to 10 in some cases, or from 100 to 1000, etc., depending on the relative densities involved. They represent my thinking of the differences in density levels from place to place on a particular drawing, but unless you know what the numbers mean, they tend to complicate the image.
I’m sure you have noticed that I mention energy density equalization often.
Sorry the simulation did not turn out as good as I wanted, the software is free and was playing up. However we can observe the density change in the child arena convergence. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=phu57W-bCJg
Quote from: Thebox on 04/07/2018 09:49:06Sorry the simulation did not turn out as good as I wanted, the software is free and was playing up. However we can observe the density change in the child arena convergence. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=phu57W-bCJgI like the way that the blue and red spheres resemble mature big bang arenas filled with galactic structure. I see you got the red sphere (arena) to show expansion as the galactic content appears to have separation momentum through space, thus increasing the volume of space it occupies, as generally observed in our Hubble view.
Thanks , you read that well and explained it back well.
the ISU quantum equation.
Quote from: Bogie_smiles on 05/07/2018 13:44:20the ISU quantum equation.I recognize the bottom line of your equation as the volume of a sphere, I am still considering the top line.
Does it firstly say 1 third times pi ?