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Old Jul 18th 2019, 02:07 AM   #31
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Am I following you correctly.

Its a little hard to follow your last post,
but basically it seems that you are matching the observed symmetries of behaviour of "particles" with geometrical symmetries
and the dimensionality required to express those symmetries

I believe that these were essentially the same sort of thoughts that lead to string theory.
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Old Jul 18th 2019, 03:16 AM   #32
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Dear professor woodpecker:
This semi-tramp don't know how to answer your question...
He care more about physics
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Old Jul 19th 2019, 11:17 PM   #33
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@ Woody:
This semi-tramp doesn't know what's "string theory", nor will he care about that, nor does he consider that his theory has anything to do with that theory. But perhaps who can exclude some similar thought between two guys? Just as Woody and neila in the point of "existence - interaction"...haha. I have an idea to put this into my theory, of course I will dub it "the Woody Principle" if you do not say "objection"...haha
What I care is with the concept of my more sufficient concept of physical space, what will reflect in physics.
The primary concept of that "physics model" is in the thread of another guy' s thread "** model of unit electric charge"...
The solution of the properties of the hidden space dimension "should not disappear" in micro particle scale is that they reflect in the physical structure of basic particles. In another word, all particles should have physical structure. Of course, specific structure can be ignored in some occasions, eg, analysis of motion.
Perhaps, it's not this 9876's task to talk more...Perhaps it's not the appropriate place to talk more...that dragon seems to like no new ideas.haha...
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Old Jul 20th 2019, 05:40 AM   #34
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Stringing us along.

Theoretical Physicists studying the results of the experiments investigating the interactions between subatomic particles
noticed that the mathematics describing these interactions matches aspects of the mathematics of geometry, topology and group theory.
String theory is an attempt to explain this by proposing certain geometrical features for the particles which would naturally follow the rules of these branches of mathematics.
Rather than being formless points they propose that they have some size (in particular length) which allows them to vibrate in certain fixed (resonant) modes.
They have found that the mathematics of these "strings" can describe the observed behaviours,
however they can also describe an almost infinite variety of other behaviours.
So string theory has not provided the neat fully contained explanation of subatomic behaviours that was hoped for.
However the work continues...
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Old Jul 20th 2019, 06:27 AM   #35
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What **** string theory again?
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Old Jul 20th 2019, 06:41 AM   #36
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Who want to talk about **** string theory, elsewhere please.
I as the starter of this thread to talk about matter states suggest that this thread closed.
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Old Jul 20th 2019, 07:30 AM   #37
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This thread was at the same time launched in another forum. I got 31 all kinds of replies. I feel most interesting is one guy's reply: because v is variant, so c is destined to be a constant. If not, anyone imagine what SR as well as the physics system looks like? I feel that guy is a genius just as that dragon. Perhaps more alike philipshin, a philosophist...
In the whole life of Einstein, the greatest physicist, did he establish one "law"?
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Old Jul 20th 2019, 09:13 AM   #38
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I have no problems with new ideas and I hope I never will. However what I am seeing along with your new ideas is lack of knowledge of the topic you are referring to. Many of my responses to you are corrections/new information because of this.

For example, you have mentioned chirality a number of times and I have seen little proof that you know what chirality is and what it means. This is not a statement trying to contradict you or put you down, it is a statement to give you information about what you are trying to work with so that (hopefully) you can use it correctly.

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Old Jul 20th 2019, 01:58 PM   #39
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That dragon seems to be a great steerer, he corrected the direction of the boat...haha
That dragon always likes to use concepts elsewhere/he loves in as the standard to rule others' idea. This is the proof that he actually likes no new idea...haha
The "chirality" I mentioned is very simple natural space property. Take a spiral spring or a drill and observe it carefully and you will get it. But I think that dragon is not good at doing that, because it's technological, not math. I think Oz can do it well in this respect...haha
Of course this semi-tramp is not so intellectual as that dragon, I admit...haha
So @dragon:
If Einstein established a "law" in his whole life? I seem never heard that...I feel strange...
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Old Jul 20th 2019, 03:51 PM   #40
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In the whole course of derivation of SR, Einstein did not mention what light speed c exactly is. Actually, light speed has two different concepts: phase speed and group speed. It's impossible Einstein did not know that. I feel interesting.
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