Sunday, January 31, 2016

3D is not enough

The Electric part of the wave is energy of one directional time. The magnetic parts are the other 2 direction. 
Time it the hight, increasing from times below. Time grows. That's 2 out of 6. 
From the arrow of time, space is spread out in 4 direction. That's the full 6. 
Thinking of space as 3D is believing we're living in a triangular cone or something. 

All of this is in plain sight if you look at an EM-wave. 

Saturday, January 30, 2016

The possible Pi of C

It might just be that all the possible speeds below the 3 of C equals all the possible fractions over the 3 of Pi. 

What an infinity of possibilities. It might just be this infinity. 

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Why arguing with experts gets me nowhere

The title "Disturbing implications of a cosmological constant" seemed interesting enough to read the article by Dyson, Kleban & Susskind. I will agree that the whole idea of constants is to be handled with care. In a universe that seems to be in constant change, I assume few constants beside change itself. Pretty soon I, again, realize that my thinking and the common sense of science doesn't play well together. From my perspective, this article, just like all credible articles, is based on assumptions that are highly questionable. The following examples will not do justice to the article as a presentation of an idea. To criticize the authors position is not my point, but to show some examples of how differently we can apply logic and reasoning.

Present cosmological evidence points to an inflationary beginning and an accelerated de Sitter end. Most cosmologists accept these assumptions, but there are still major unresolved debates concerning them. For example, there is no consensus about initial conditions.
I do not agree. There is an absolute consensus in that, whatever the initial conditions, they cannot allow for energy to be generated within the constraints of this condition. One way or the other, Everything we have today must have been here/there all along, albeit in a totally different configuration, as vacuum, virtual, potential etc. The consensus is that the universe expands by inflation of what is, not by a "what is"-process generating what becomes next.

Another problem involves so-called transplanckian modes. The quantum fluctuations which seed the density perturbations at the end of inflation appear to have originated from modes of exponentially short wave length. This of course conflicts with everything we have learned about quantum gravity from string theory. The same problem occurs when studying black holes. In the naive free field theory of Hawking radiation, late photons appear to come from exponentially small wavelength transplanckian modes
This is no problem at all if there wasn't such consensus about the initial conditions. If the universe is self-generated from a point of singularity, the transplanckian modes comes naturally from the first series of exponential growth. That would have occured at the speed of light, so there was probably a bang-ish event, but if you ask me, it wasn't big as we normally assume. It became big at lightning speed, it grew bigger at an exponential rate. The rate in question is of course the frequency of energy emission.

In our opinion both the transplanckian and the late time problems have a common origin. They occur because we try to build a quantum mechanics of the entire global spacetime–including regions which have no operational meaning to a given observer, because they are out of causal contact with that observer. The remedy suggested by the black hole analogue is obvious; restrict all attention to a single causal patch [28, 8, 9]. As in the case of black holes, the quantum description of such a region should satisfy the usual principles of quantum mechanics [2]. In other words, the theory describes a closed isolated box bounded by the observer’s horizon, and makes reference to no other region. Furthermore, as in the case of black holes, the mathematical description of this box should satisfy the conventional principles of linear unitary quantum evolution.
This is saying a QM of Everything should better disregard some things that have no relation to the observer. Well, then it is not a theory of Everything, but of Empiricism. To manipulate reality, we are advised to put it in a box, enclosed by the observers point of view. Then we are told that this should satisfy the usual and conventional principles. Of course it will, and if that is the point of science, have a nice day. I prefer to think of these questions  in unusual and unconventional ways. Experience tells me that the conventional ways usually don't lead to an answer in this case. In fact, they never do.

The essential point can be illustrated with an analogy. Instead of the universe, let’s consider a sealed box full of gas molecules. Start with a particular low entropy initial condition with all the molecules in a very small volume in one corner of the box. The molecules are so dense that they form a fluid. When released the molecules flow out from the corner and eventually fill the box uniformly with gas. For some time the system is far from equilibrium. During this time, the second law insures that the entropy is increasing and interesting things can happen. For example, complex “dissipative structures” such as eddy flows, vortices, or even life can form. Eventually the system reaches equilibrium, and all structures disappear. The system dies an entropy death. This is the classical hydrodynamic description of the evolution of a “universe”. But this description is only correct for time intervals which are not too long.
No we're at this darn box again. This analogy is almost too dense to comment on. What in this scenario requires the density of molecules to be "in one corner of the box" and not some other, or why not in the absolute center? What is the actual state of the interior of the box, apart from housing a tiny singularity of gas molecules; is it a vacuum, has it any kind of energy or charge, what material is it made of, has it inherent velocity relative to an outside the box, is "force" applied to maintain the molecules being inside etc. We are just assuming a particular situation without questioning its relevance or inherent logic. How can the molecules be "released" if nothing is there to release them (assuming we do not consider divine intervention), how can a closed system in extremely low entropy have one part (gravity/potential/contraction) sitting in a corner doing nothing, while the other part would be kinetic and run like hell to that corner. Or it is not kinetic, but then one might wonder what makes the system entropy "low". The flaw is not the applied time interval, but that the whole scenario is totally irrelevant in relation to reality. It violates about everything we otherwise consider "true" or law-like. It breaks existing principles in order to produce new principles. Ignoring this problem, authors focus attention to time intervals insted.

The implication of such a description, as we have suggested in Section (1), is that Poincare recurrences are inevitable. Starting in a high entropy, “dead” configuration, if we wait long enough, a fluctuation will eventually occur in which the inflaton will wander up to the top of its potential, thus starting a cycle of inflation, re–heating, conventional cosmology and heat death. The frequency of such events is very low.
No, starting in a dead configuration, the system will remain dead, no matter how long we wait. This is where science always turn to religion and mysticism and I will not follow that path. If truely dead, it will not resurrect in any physical sense. That is absolutely true, and no elaborate equations or statistical magic wands can change that. They can be true to scientific convention and usual thinking, but the universe couldn't care less, nor can I. What is possible on the other hand is that what seems to be dead is in fact alive and kicking, but we regard it as dead because we cannot observe this by empirical means. That is the flaw mentioned earlier, to disregard what is not in contact with the observer. If you avoid that, the symmetry breaking of the initial singularity can be understood naturally, without need for mysticism and wierd phenomena like infinite density, by means of "fluctuations" in a "vacuum space" suddenly exploding out into empty space.. The frequency of such events is indeed low, as they are of life being born from death.

Enough for now. I will go back to imagining the Planck length as the least distance of nothing, as opposed to something. I believe that is the interface of interaction /fusion, where quantum systems functionally are facing each other.

But then again, I'm just a crackpot with a foile hat. Everyone know there cannot be a measure of "nothing". That's just stupid.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Running a singularity

I run/walk a lot, so I know energy produced by contraction and expansion when our bodies move greatly exceeds what comes out as actual movement or "work". 
The surplus radiates as heat and is usually seen as a "waste" of work done. But in the bigger picture, nothing is a waste. All heat you sweat out, expire is cared for in the universal well of energy. 
We get hot running only because energy generation by an objects internal dynamics is so extremely efficient. I fear that if less of this dynamic output came as heat, we would probably burn out from within. 
Can you understand how this is relevant when we look at a singularity? 
Can you imagine how it is forced to emission of kinetic energy not to be fumed by internal heat?
To know why jumps in energy levels are a neccesity for the atom, perhaps you must convert to crackpottery?

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Spacetime Energy relation

Since spacetime is caused by the inherent property of waveparticle duality and resides within all quantified microsystems, spacetime and energy are one. As energy increases, so does spacetime. It's probably a very straightforward correlation if you were to do the math. 
Nuff for today. 

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

The demonic system of systemized demons - this is hot suff

The evidence of energy being generated throughout the universe is actually popping up here and there. Of course, the scientists providing it believes the opposite, that they are confirming the laws prohibiting energy to grow from interaction. That is because they keep ignoring/refuting a basic fact - universe is not a closed system, but open, and inside the one open system, there are no closed systems.

If you fail to recognize the ultimate openness of a relatively closed reality, you end up with data being relatively true to nature. That's ok in applied science where pragmatism rules, but in search for the fundamentals of reality, the ultimate ground on which the relative stands, then we have a huge problem. The second law of thermodynamics is such a fundamental law, saying energy is not to be generated in a closed system, and therefore, reality must come to an end when kinetic energy and potential energy outpowers each other so that universal expansion comes to a halt.

I reject that idea completely, suggesting the universe indeed grows as the one and only possible structure/field of perpetual motion. If true, that requires the total amount of energy to increase as to avoid a massive density loss in the system. Realizing energy grows would in fact answer all of our questions about reality. But as long as we're ruled by the 2:d law, questions will remain unanswered.

On-chip Maxwell’s demon as an information-powered refrigerator is a paper that supposedly argues in favour of the 2:d law. But if you read it right, there's good stuff pointing in the opposite direction. If you read it assuming:
- Universe is an open system, but never the less a solitaire
- Information, heat and energy are essentially of same qualities
- The papers "system" and "demon" are not separate, but two interacting aspects of the same system
- Low entropy equals high polarization of local energies (kinetic vs. potential)

You will note that the results all point towards energy/heat/information increasing in the overall system. Also note that "Constant external control parameters ng and Ng govern the System current and the coupling of the Demon to the System, respectively" p.1, is not what happens in non-experimental reality where Demon/System are functionally intertwined, and "constant external control" is impossible.


Friday, January 8, 2016

All I know

All I know is that I do naught. 
All I find is searching in vain. 
All I learn is to fail in a million ways

Doing nothing
Finding nothing
Achieving nothing
I am soon done

When I am done 
there is this -
Action Knowing Action
Truthful Action

This is That of
Doing myself in

Done over and over
And yet again done
over and over