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Hello.

I imagine that such an article on this forum, surely has no value.

https://www.science20.com/hontas_farmer/the_cosmic_microwave_background_from_harmonic_oscillators_maybe-249566

Nevertheless I wanted to make a connection between the cosmic microwave and the harmonic oscillator.

I wish to have your opinions.

Thanks.

 

PSI'm still working on PDE

 

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Sigh no you have to recognize that harmonic, inharmonic and anharmonic are descriptives of the characteristics of the oscillator.  Here is how classical harmonic oscillator is described.  A

The gauge groups I mentioned are not specifically the harmonic oscillator. QFT accounts for the quantum harmonic oscillator in its gauge groups but that isn't the full story.  https://www.google.

That’s the equation, but it’s not the solution, which would give you x(t)

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According to the commentary of this article below, an association of Loop Quantum Gravity could be done using a harmonic oscillator.

https://www.universetoday.com/147301/how-loop-quantum-gravity-could-match-anomalies-in-the-cmb-with-large-structures-in-the-modern-universe/

Naively I conclude that the loop is an oscillator. I wish to have your opinions. Thank you

 

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