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  1. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    In any case, this would work in the L form. You knew I would try it, chronon which equals 6.27×10-24 Seconds where tp = 5.39×10-44 seconds Which goes to something odd with an electron. ∇Eb(x,y,z,t,ω,M,I,ρ,m) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Mb(ℓ(ℓ+1))ħ2(1.112121525278619076*10-68)(((6.27×10-24)Δ(ec2(2.5669699216746244*10-38)/6πε0MbC3)/(5.39×10-44)Δtp)(ks2 + mk2)1/2/24Mb) + (((8πG/3)((g/(2π)3)∫(p2 + mp2)1/2(1/e((E - μ)/T)±1)d3p) - (ksC2/Rs2) + (Λ/3))1/2(Δx/3.08567758128*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2 ec = -1 ℓ = 2 ħ = 1 Rs = radius of electron in meters. Mb= Rest Mass of electron in Kilograms.
  2. Time

    Alright then the tachyon is the closest thing to that it moves backward through time Tachyon Wiki, but still not a "Time Particle", which usually means certain problems for any theory with them, tachyons that is, but I guess there is the Chronon.
  3. Time

    That I am aware of Star Trek the Chroniton. Star Trek Time Particle Planck Time can sorta be considered like this but not really a particle like the photon that is Quantized light but it is Quantized time.
  4. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    Actually this solved cleaner than I thought, now ωs2 = k2 + mk2 ∇Eb(x,y,z,t,ω,M,I,ρ,m) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Is(ks2 + mk2)/2Mb) + (((8πG/3)((g/(2π)3)∫(p2 + mp2)1/2(1/e((E - μ)/T)±1)d3p) - (ksC2/Rs2) + (Λ/3))1/2(Δx/3.08567758128*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2 Where Is = (1/12)ML2 ∇Eb(x,y,z,t,ω,M,I,ρ,m) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (MbLs2(ks2 + mk2)/24Mb) + (((8πG/3)((g/(2π)3)∫(p2 + mp2)1/2(1/e((E - μ)/T)±1)d3p) - (ksC2/Rs2) + (Λ/3))1/2(Δx/3.08567758128*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2 Or Is = (1/2)MR2 ∇Eb(x,y,z,t,ω,M,I,ρ,m) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (MbRs2(ks2 + mk2)/4Mb) + (((8πG/3)((g/(2π)3)∫(p2 + mp2)1/2(1/e((E - μ)/T)±1)d3p) - (ksC2/Rs2) + (Λ/3))1/2(Δx/3.08567758128*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2 Back to unsolved for anything. ∇Eb(x,y,z,t,ω,M,I,ρ) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Isωs2/2Mb) + (((8πG/3)((g/(2π)3)∫(p2 + mp2)1/2(1/e(E-μ/T)±1)d3p) - (kC2/R2) + (Λ/3))1/2(Δx/3.08567758128*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2
  5. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    ∇Eb(x,y,z,t,ω,M,I,ρ) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Isωs2/2Mb) + (((8πG/3)((g/(2π)3)∫(p2 + mp2)1/2(1/e(E-μ/T)±1)d3p) - (kC2/R2) + (Λ/3))1/2Δx(1/3.08567782*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2 Okay, I finally got what those meant when i was rereading the post.
  6. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    So, as respect to, then this is wrote correctly. ∇Eb(x,y,z,ω,M,R,I,ρ) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Isωs2/2Mb) + (((8πG/3)((g/(2π)3)∫E(pfpd3p) - (kC2/R2) + (Λ/3))1/2Δx(1/3.08567782*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2 Basically, are those nested variables or with respects to, respects get subbed. Wait I see what you did now, okay Hold on. ∇Eb(x,y,z,ω,M,R,I,ρ) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Isωs2/2Mb) + (((8πG/3)((g/(2π)3)∫(p2 + mp2)1/2(1/eE-μ/T±1)d3p) - (kC2/R2) + (Λ/3))1/2Δx(1/3.08567782*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2
  7. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    Second question when it says ρ =(g/(2π)3)∫E(p f(p )d3p is f(p ) with respect to or an actual variable, same with d3p
  8. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    I made this equation to be easily changed but explain it detail what all that does it so i understand how it is to be used. ∇Eb(x,y,z,ω,M,R,I,ρ) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Isωs2/2Mb) + (((8πG/3)((g/(2π)3)∫E(pfpd3p) - (kC2/R2) + (Λ/3))1/2Δx(1/3.08567782*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2 Taking in account for now.
  9. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    Hold on stealing now.
  10. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    So, if I steal the Hubble constant and that energy density for matter density does that fix it. ∇Eb(x,y,z) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Isωs2/2Mb) + (HΔx(1/3.08567782*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2 Where H Then ρ =(g/(2π)3)∫E(p⃗ f(p⃗ )d3p
  11. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    Which I know the sign of expansion will be positive like a Friedmann equation to matter density, but I wanna see what you type up in latex. Could it be as simple as steal the hubble constant and put it as velocity being in units of kilometers per second per megaparsec. Like V = H * Δx(Kiloparsec) where Kiloparsec = 3.086e+19 meters. ∇Eb(x,y,z) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Isωs2/2Mb) + V)2/C2))1/2))MbC2 Then it would read ∇Eb(x,y,z) = ∇(1/((1-(((2MbG / Rs) - (Isωs2/2Mb) + (HΔx(1/3.08567782*1019)))2/C2))1/2))MbC2 In any case, I will let you latex that now.
  12. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    We have not gotten to that part yet we are proofing this, where your model enters when ω2 = k2 + m2 , somehow this needs to take account for expansion the equation which that is a solution to.
  13. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    Well, No I get the samething either way yes it agrees with the Einstein tensor and Gobel's Universe model as ω2 = u
  14. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    Well, that explains alot if I took the integral wrong there, see I acted as if k was a constant in the integral of that.
  15. Wormhole Metric...... How is this screwed up.

    And no it does not take in account anything to do with Hubble's constant, but that is handled by ωs , I thought that Kerr Metric took in account for that as a spinning BH where expansion is the spin of the object. Where a =ω(I/M) , all I did is take the integral of it. Where this is super nested.