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  1. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    Right. I think you are a machine I came up with that all by myself! Postulated the results, did the test and you passed with flying colors. one hand Guess that's life in "Speculations"
  2. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    The finite portions are localized at the 'Singularities'. The "cutoff" if I understand the meaning, would be an inherent function of Q as it stands off S. One interpretation of this is that the size of an electron is a function of the stand off zone; put an S down, surround and spin up with Q and that's how big the wave function (or the weather around S) is. Entropy results from the instabilities of SCM pressure structures. Then they exactly are 'Singularities' and calling them unicorns is specious word play. Should we start a new thread for Unicorn Theory for you? I kinda li
  3. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    The Q is defined above and is pulled from modified Pilot Wave Theory. Q is the pressure term which in Blob parlance is 'Change'. The S is short for the infinite non-array of 'Singularities' in Blob. But I haven't gotten to the exclusion zone part of the Theory and it is getting late. Blob Theory predicts, for example, that the solar system should have an exclusion zone around it -- that is how is separation is achieved from infinite Q . If we send a spacecraft to the edges of the solar system, we should see variations in the magnetic field that isolate ions on either side of a very w
  4. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    The exclusion zone is a Q phenomena in Blob, not the S. It is not the 'Singularities' that make the exclusion zone, the zones are in the Q.
  5. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    not so and there is no proof of that
  6. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    it is the exclusion zone in Blob
  7. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    Carlo Rovelli http://www.cpt.univ-mrs.fr/~rovelli/ has been working on Loop Quantum Gravity and he has really interesting math. In one of his lectures he works the math all the way down to 10-33, when an audience question about what happens below that promts his answer that: "it could be anything... it could be a black hole." Makes me wonder. Seems like rather a waste of that which is really the kernal of everything. Just let it go to waste just like that? Someone must have missed something.
  8. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    My answer is explained above and is zero. that is 0. as in 0.0 'Singularities' in Blob don't do anything either. How could they? If they did it would be more complicated than simple. Singlularities in GR are theoretical and I suppose could have all sorts of conditions attached to them. Hopefully convenient ones since otherwise they are floating away somewhere. And in a way, that is what SCM are -- weather conditions around 'Singularities' that are localized right here, right now.
  9. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    good good! Expertise. I'm only 62, but i'm over it. My degrees are not in physics so all I can do is reference the work, and well, try to fit Blob in as the missing foundation. You know I was thinking, this idea of singularities seems newer than the vintage of the Maxwell/Dirak/etc. thinkers. How would they have made that math?
  10. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    scuze me while I git dees bullets outta ma particles, shoulda realized. All that math looks like it was copped off some website eh? Which did you get it from? Easier just to quote "QED" like I do? Seemss like a really complicated description of somewhere on the other side of something somewhere lost is space. Or maaybe that 's what SCM does. So competings be damned! they'll just have to fall in line behind Blob. I tried that once but I must have inhaled or something I think it was college
  11. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    Seems like "photons" ARE wave-particles. The teachers prolly rn't splainin more cause they don't know either. This would seem to be the conventional view of light though, nice quote. I'm still not sure (even after all those teachers) what "hitting at prism surface" means. the molecules of the prism? which one? aren't they in different shapes and stuff when they perfectly reproduce the spectrum? Why don't surface imperfections make imperfect rainbows? Perfect crystals? Surfaces of crystals? how do they "hit" without particle properties? How are they "bent" by the prism? Is that lik
  12. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    Gravity emerges as the thermodynamic equation of state. "Q" is pressure-like compressing toward each 'Singularity'. Geometry starts at each 'Singularity' in the sense that a Q has no geometry until it is effected by each 'Singlularity'. Blob happens before GR, and then GR emerges as what happens when you crush Q in certain spots, while Q presses around. We just don't need the abstract notion of geometry chosen at random. At least we don't need it for Blob Theory. May I ask, who put all the scaffolding in place that allows you to measure? GR? it's abstract not real. Which le
  13. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    start with what? "a geometry"? where is it?
  14. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    good, good! Kinda the opposite of the sea of Blob's un-reactive 'Singularities'. Which is what the theory is based on – two things that are as different as can be. And which merge together to form everything. Kids in school see white light falling on a prism, and then colored light coming out. Then the teacher tells them that light must be both particle and wave, without any proof. It can be convincing despite the lack of logic because there doesn't seem to be a better explanation. Instead, white light is the input, and the colors are the output of matter reacting to light.
  15. Joduh

    Blob Theory

    what do the unicorns do? I don't think this would work as a postulate. the problem with math is it has no locality, no starting point, other than arbitrary ones. things just don't add up unless you start somewhere. You can calculate the cannonball trajectory, but you have no cannon to fire it from. I don't think math works as a theory of the universe.
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