Bulletin of the American Physical Society
APS April Meeting 2019
Saturday–Tuesday, April 13–16, 2019; Denver, Colorado
Session Z08: Particle & Fields Theory III
3:30 PM–5:06 PM,
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Sheraton Room: Governor's Square 10
Sponsoring Unit: DPF
Chair: Keping Xie, Southern Methodist University
Abstract: Z08.00003 : Algorithm Universe Model for generating Dimensional Features
3:54 PM–4:06 PM
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Space and Energy are the same thing. Time and change are different. These conclusions give rise to a specific mathematical model of space, time and atomic structure.
All dimensions exist together. What this means is:
Space has no dimension, Ct1 exist in one dimension, quantum waves in two; matter 3 and black holes in 4. Exchanges of information state (ct state) between space, photons and waves occur independent of time.
All change is quantum change in response to a single variable leading to the universe existing as a series of quantum snapshots. Force and time are effects based on this quantum change in dimension.
Time is an effect like force and dimension of the quantum change between states some of which occur without a time-based reference giving rise to features like wave - particle false duality and the impression of charge.
Waves, Electrons and protons are transitional states (ct3-ct4) between waves (ct3) and neutrons (ct4). Molecular states and neutron stars are transitional states between neutrons and black holes (ct5) from Non-dimensional generated data points ([-1^x plus 2x(-1)^x-1]) generated as x increases; Dimensional Changes as intervening solutions approaches 1 for 2f(n)^2^n points having alternating values.
Summary article: Friedlander, J Phys Math 2018, 9:4.
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