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Sep 5th 2016, 07:37 AM   #2

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 Originally Posted by Instantonly ************************************************** ************************************************** ** HAWKING-SUSSKIND-KNOX Vacuum Stasis Principal Let up = distance from emission/Alpha Let down = distance to final rest - mass absorption/Omega Let c = Vacuum interruption Allow that the amplitudes measured in the standard photon electro-magnetic spectrum mediate vacuum delay. Allow that the spectrum as analysed by Hawking-Susskind polarisation mediate vacuum advance. ************************************************** ************************************************** ********* How many Planck's in a point? ER=EPR Information Paradox Solution
There is something I wanted to bring up earlier because it is a fundamental concept that I don't think you understand.

You posted this earlier in another thread.
 Every particle has spin. A photon's leading edge, UP, is separated from it's trailing edge, DOWN, by it's total vacuum exposure(mean distance from emission/from rest).
A photon (so far as we know) is a point particle. Your response seems to be saying that since all particle have spin then they must have a physical "size" because they are rotating.

Spin is not a rotation. Spin comes up in particle physics due to a combination of Quantum Mechanics and Special Relativity and there are some similarities to rotations but they are not quite the same.

1) Rotations are representations of the group R3 (three dimensional rotations.) Spin is a similar construction but is generated by representations of the group SU(2). For massless particles it is actually called helicity and is generated by yet a different group (which I'm too lazy to look up right now.) For example, an electron has spin 1/2 and actually has to "go around twice" in order to return to its initial state.

2) There are particles with no spin...Well, they have 0 spin anyway. These are called "scalar" particles..the rho_0 for one.

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 Sep 5th 2016, 10:06 AM #3 Senior Member     Join Date: Jun 2016 Location: England Posts: 841 Referring back to a recent thread on terminology, "spin" is definitely one of those terms in Physics where an analogy to the everyday notion of spin will lead one into confusion. topsquark and Instantonly like this.
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 Originally Posted by Instantonly No, not referring to spin as simply angular momentum. The quantification of spin in this context is important so I will clarify this. I will confine further explanation to the Plancks in a point thread and possibly use this thread for transferring the cleanest equations to.
The point I was making is that you seem to be thinking that a photon has a size because it has a spin. Particles have the property of spin whether they are elementary particles or composite.

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 Sep 8th 2016, 12:36 AM #6 Banned   Join Date: Aug 2016 Posts: 50 I am a mostly typical mongrel, largely Scottish/Irish Australian. I have various lineages represented in my parents. Among them is the Aborigine here. I submit the details included on the threads related to these topics with a single sentiment. Allow the Aborigine of any continent full autonomous control of their own education. iRainbow Last edited by Instantonly; Sep 8th 2016 at 11:00 PM.
 Sep 8th 2016, 05:28 PM #7 Senior Member   Join Date: Aug 2010 Posts: 403 You posted your first statement, got three responses from two people, and then posted 11 more times with no response! Don't you think it would be a good idea to wait for more responses to what you have already posted? Instantonly likes this.
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 Originally Posted by HallsofIvy You posted your first statement, got three responses from two people, and then posted 11 more times with no response! Don't you think it would be a good idea to wait for more responses to what you have already posted?
Sorry. Had to rescue a thought from imprism-ment..............

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 Sep 9th 2016, 02:06 PM #9 Banned   Join Date: Aug 2016 Posts: 50 Has anyone ever tried using a set of speakers to remove the delay exhibited in magnetic precession and stimulate a compass to show true north? I expect that using 3 speakers arranged in a 60 degree trisecting termination a compass positioned at the termination will have the magnetic precession it normally reads removed regardless of how one arranges the speakers in relation to the globes horizontal plane, exhibiting the enforcement of a global body harmonic termination. I also expect that by wiring a bass speaker to a dc-ac inverter and setting a treble speaker(wired to a microwave tuned antenna/shroud between the two speakers), in opposition to it, a frequency can be applied between the two that will in all effect turn the bass speaker into a vacuum advance bellows that pivots off the treble fulcrum and draws advance directly from vacuum value with no net loss to the environment, ie; the bass speaker will return greater energy than has been applied to the treble speaker. Energy output would be approximate to scale and the atmosphere contained between the two with a shroud that focuses tonal output through the greater output of the EM field surrounding the device. In brief, complexifying an antenna enough that it drains energy directly from the universal EM field, as refracted by the earth's atmosphere, creating an M-Capacitor. The universal field operates on two inter-fractal burm. Diatomic EM delay relays with tri-tonal advance stabilised at the universe light cone lead edge. One might assume from this that the mass measured as DM is helium product that has accumulated a graviton particle to it's nucleus that retains a portion of it's neutrons to a medial position between the graviton cycle and that of the protons. This matter might be considerable as existing in "true-noble" state. It is this differential that provides the solution to the information paradox by simply allowing that the light spectrum travels in the opposite direction to that of sound amplitude. The difference between light and sound breaks the symmetry of the vacuum. In this manner anti-matter product of a BB sequence is separated from ours by the lead edge of either light cone, ensuring that either vector cancels angular interference out of the original pair production paths. This should translate that were you to isolate the data provided in the CMB against the tritonal burm one would have a complete comparison of fundamental pairing as confined in the Standard BB model. Last edited by Instantonly; Sep 10th 2016 at 09:47 PM.
 Sep 22nd 2016, 01:46 AM #10 Junior Member   Join Date: Sep 2016 Location: London Posts: 21 Albert Einstein was working on it when he died. The master theory, The Theory of Everything, is supposed to unite both of the major theories on which modern physics rest, that are general relativity (GR) and quantum field theory (QFT) but it is an unsolved problem for physicists, theorists, and scientists. Over the past few decades, a single explanatory framework called "string theory", has emerged that may turn out to be the ultimate theory of the universe. That's it for now, rest is the area of research. Attached Thumbnails   Instantonly likes this.

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