# Bulletin of the American Physical Society

# Joint Fall 2010 Meeting of the APS Ohio Section and AAPT Appalachian and Southern Ohio Sections

## Volume 55, Number 8

## Friday–Saturday, October 8–9, 2010; Marietta, Ohio

### Session P1: Poster Session (4:15-5:30PM)

4:15 PM,
Friday, October 8, 2010

Andrews Hall
Room: Great Room

Abstract ID: BAPS.2010.OSF.P1.14

### Abstract: P1.00014 : A Model of Smarandache Geometry in Quantum Mechanics

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#### Author:

Ion Patrascu

(Fratii Buzesti College, Craiova, Romania)

Let's consider a simple model of a Smarandache Geometry built in the following way: - an Euclidean plane $\alpha$, where through any exterior point to a given line (d) there is only one parallel line; - and an Elliptic sphere (S), where lines are defined as the big sphere circles, and points are the regular points on the sphere's surface; this is a Riemannian model of an Elliptic Geometry; - suppose the plane $\alpha$ cuts the sphere (S) upon a big sphere circle (C) into two equal parts; let's A and B be two distinct points on (C), which simultaneously belongs to both: the Euclidean plane $\alpha$ and to the Non-Euclidean sphere (S); therefore, the plane $\alpha$ together with the sphere (S) form a model (M) of a Smarandache Geometry. This model can be interpreted in Quantum Mechanics as follows: - \textbf{a particle (P) that it is and it is not in a place in the same time}, is like this circle (C) which is a line [if (C) is referred to the sphere (S)] and it is not a line [if (C) is referred to the plane $\alpha$] in the model (M) simultaneously; \textbf{- a particle (R) which is in two places in the same time}, is like line AB (i.e. the line which passes through the above distinct points A and B) in the model (M); which means that `line' AB is a straight line in the classical sense in the Euclidean plane $\alpha$, while `line' AB is the big sphere circle (C) in the Non-Euclidean sphere (S), therefore line AB is simultaneously in two different places (and has two different forms).

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