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Old Apr 27th 2018, 03:31 PM   #21
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This is one of my chosen fields. That's probably why I know them. I was probably a little insulting when it came to the various kinds of mass. My bad.
I didn't think it was, anyway.

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Old Apr 27th 2018, 05:46 PM   #22
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the result of X4= ∞

The released photon is in the state of X4 = ∞, what’s the result?
We talk about it in one dimension for simplicity.
X1 = XX4 =X*∞ = ∞
So, the homogenous coordinate of the released photon is ( X1,X4) ≡(∞,∞)
That is to say any point of our world is the same in the eyes(world) of the released photon.
In an other word, the constant velocity movement in our world do not effect( V ≡ 0 ) in the eyes (world)of the released photon.
The result is that the speed of light is a constant C in any frame in Special Relativity.
Notice please ,the above is only space ineffective, while the acceleration in our world a= F/M, and F,M are not space point element, they are effective in the eyes(world) of the released photon.
So, the acceleration in our world a is effective n the eyes(world) of the released photon.

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Old Apr 27th 2018, 06:07 PM   #23
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The released photon is in the state of X4 = ∞, what’s the result?\
WHAT IS X4?? I'm getting tired of waiting for a clear description of it and how it somehow unifies SR and Quantum Physics.

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what's X4

X4 is the fourth dimension (the state dimension) of the cosmos, a value of X4 is a state(world)matter is in. X4 research the proportional transformation of space between different states(worlds) at the first step.The key article introducing the concept of X4 is the pdf file in the attachment of the first thread. Guys who want to understand X4 must learn Higher Geometry first. And the guy who can unite Relativity, Quantum and X4 will command anti matter. Is it easy?
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Old Apr 28th 2018, 07:16 AM   #25
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X4 is the fourth dimension (the state dimension) of the cosmos, a value of X4 is a state(world)matter is in.
There's no such thing as you've described it.
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Old Apr 28th 2018, 09:39 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by htam9876 View Post
X4 is the fourth dimension (the state dimension) of the cosmos, a value of X4 is a state(world)matter is in. X4 research the proportional transformation of space between different states(worlds) at the first step.The key article introducing the concept of X4 is the pdf file in the attachment of the first thread. Guys who want to understand X4 must learn Higher Geometry first. And the guy who can unite Relativity, Quantum and X4 will command anti matter. Is it easy?
Thank you for the definition. However you haven't said how various values of X4 takes you from something like SR to Quantum Mechanics. That is very unclear in your article. I can't see any way you can come up with an effective mass for a massless particle like the photon, and how that would extend to neutrinos, gluons, and gravitons which are also massless. What value of X4 gives you anything like the Schrodinger equation or any of the QFTs? What value of X4 tells you how two electrons interact?

What kind of geometry are you calling "higher?" I've been studying Differential Geometry and I already have dealt with Hilbert spaces, finite and infinite. And there a number of members of MHF who can eat me for breakfast on these topics. What other field of Math do I need to understand a fourth dimension?

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Thank you for the definition. However you haven't said how various values of X4 takes you from something like SR to Quantum Mechanics. That is very unclear in your article. I can't see any way you can come up with an effective mass for a massless particle like the photon, and how that would extend to neutrinos, gluons, and gravitons which are also massless. What value of X4 gives you anything like the Schrodinger equation or any of the QFTs? What value of X4 tells you how two electrons interact?

What kind of geometry are you calling "higher?" I've been studying Differential Geometry and I already have dealt with Hilbert spaces, finite and infinite. And there a number of members of MHF who can eat me for breakfast on these topics. What other field of Math do I need to understand a fourth dimension?

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There is of course spacetime but he doesn't appear to be talking about that. And if X4 is the time component then it's either the time component of 4-position of 4-momentum, both well defend for photons. But if he's talkin bout 4-veloity ten that's undefined for photons.

Unfortunately he's not all that cooperative Perhaps he hates being wrong. I sure do.
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Old Apr 30th 2018, 09:27 AM   #28
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I like that navy : htam's first language is not English...I have never been outside China...Relativity can't solve problems which Schrodinger equation does. A certain theory solve a certain problems. Higher Geometry maybe is Chinese-English...The third part of Higher Geometry seems to be Projecctive Geometry in English...
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the fourth

4-position,4-momentum are just concepts between different frames in our matter world.
X4 is much broader, it's a concept between different matter worlds.
If there is no such thing ,why can I explain the constant C in any frame in SR?
It's just so simple in X4
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spacetime

I often joke about antimatter...why people couldn't exploit it yet? When people talking about antimatter their concept of spacetime is just messy before God. Why God give it to people? In X4, spacetime concept is very explicit between different matter worlds
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