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Joseph Lazar

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  1. ::rolls eyes:: You dumb sh!theads, I have found a path to a unifying theory. Do you want one to exist or not? Quantum weirdness events can not occur if spacetime is involved ..deal with it.
  2. no, it's more childish to close a thread because it makes you think.
  3. I would be glad to add more info but it seems none of you can handle anything new.
  4. You all are afraid to consider what it implies. You might actually have to rethink some things.
  5. Would you please please unlock my last thread. I sincerely want a debate about it.
  6. I don't think waves are in a duality when superposition, entanglement, and tunneling occur.
  7. Turns out, duality is the bridge for the Unified Theory. The Virtual dimension/field does only quantum waves/field excitations (quantum weirdness events). It isn't using spacetime, but can influence the bending of it via its mass. A particle/wave in duality mode will have a physical state, so it is using the virtual dimension and spacetime (Einstein's field equations). Matter too large to be influenced by the virtual dimension are governed by Einstein's field equations. Dark Matter doesn't have a duality mode so it is stuck in the Virtual dimension/field. Gravity is just the bending of spacetime due to mass. The mass can be from quantum waves or spacetime objects. An observed matter wave that eventually hits a final spacetime panel completes the journey from one side of the bridge to the other. Unobserved waves travel across the bridge as just waves and then slam into a the final panel with wave collapse. The virtual realm represents infinity. It's close to QFT ..except without spacetime. Only waves and excitations function in it. It is all time, all the time. It was here before spacetime. It's virtual. It doesn't need spacetime. Can't directly observe it. Nothing is physical/real. When you add spacetime to QFT it becomes a model to describe a particle in duality mode. Quantum weirdness events are not real/physical. Spacetime makes things real/physical. I think entangled waves are seen as a single entity to the virtual field. The opposite spin is a polarizing snap. Once one is observed, they are no longer entangled. I suspect if one is to be observed in its flight, they exit the BBO as collasped waves ..physical particles. Uncertainty is only when the Virtual Field has influence. Spacetime can not exist without the virtual realm. Spacetime needs somewhere to exist. The virtual realm is the root of the universe. Cosmic voids are mostly the virtual realm. It has something to do with why they are the only spots expanding. I don't think spacetime expands so the universe starting as a tiny dot probably isn't right. I would guess the volumes of all the galaxies where closely neighboring each other filled with plasma. And then floated away from each other. Einstein refused to believe anything could be without spacetime ..that's why he failed at the unified theory.
  8. I'm pretty sure whatever answers Dark Matter will be considered science.
  9. I'll answer but you aren't going to like it: Quantum weirdness events (superposition, entanglement, tunneling) do not occur when spacetime is involved. They happen in their own dimension of quantum waves. Observed particles are in duality mode, the quantum field is still treating it like a wave while spacetime is making it physical. Dark Matter doesn't have a duality mode, it remains unobservable quantum waves no matter what.
  10. Dark Matter behaves like a ghost atom. It doesn't interact with matter because it is only waves. It sinks into gravity wells because spacetime can't tell the difference. A photon being released from an antimatter experiment shows it wasn't large enough or didn't take place in the same conditions at the beginning of time. Do I really need to explain observation?
  11. I already said current annihilation experiments are ill-equipped to detect virtual mass. Plus I suspect you need a much greater amount of antimatter.
  12. The law of conservation of mass/energy is directly related (Annihilation to Dark Matter) Virtual mass effects the bending of spacetime. Mass is virtual in a matter-wave, real when observed. Annihilation is probably the most extreme event observable matter can endure. How can we be so sure of the conditions at the beginning of time? What are the requirements for annihilation? I wonder if the annihilation event itself generates a new unobservable matter wave. I wonder if fusion is taking place during annihilation to contribute to the larger mass of Dark Matter. What if the starting conditions didn't permit energy release? If only matter annihilated, conservation would want virtual mass.
  13. Annihilation. Dark Matter it is a mass variable in the quantum field. Annihilation experiments in the past were not equipped to discover mass as a variable ..virtual.
  14. So you can get Dark Matter two ways: Matter that was tossed in a black hole or a Matter/Antimatter fight. Annihilation doesn't include the quantum waves which is what Dark Matter is. All Unobserved Matter Waves have mass ..including Dark Matter. They all are not physical until observed, but Dark Matter is decapitated ..it doesn't have the ability to gain a physical state. It remains quantum waves.
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