## A Conversation for Theories on the Existence and Origin of the Universe

### Inflation Theory

andysfoam Posted Jun 2, 2010

Since wave length l=2*pie*radius, could the Gravitational constant G contain units of (wavelength^3)/(mass*time^2)? Making G*m*l = G*h/c = l^4/t^2, m^4 s^-2?

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andysfoam Posted Jun 12, 2010

A quantum particles spin being some kind of 4 dimensional time dependent continuous rotation of one real plus 3 different imaginary axis values, while the polarization of the same particle has one real plus two imaginary axis?

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andysfoam Posted Jun 13, 2010

Circular polarization being rotation about the E,volts per meter axis(where a rotation of "i" is equivalent to 90 degrees), while spin is some kind of 4d rotation(Dirac Spinors ) involving 4 quantum probability (psi) waves( where "i" is equivalent to a rotation of 180 degrees)? I`m still confounded by quantum stuff? Or is it as suggested in "Schrodinger`s Universe" by Milo Wolff, an in-going probability wave coupled by spin rotation to an out-going probability wave?

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andysfoam Posted Jun 13, 2010

If two of the four probability waves join up by 4d spin rotation to form an electron, are the other two unused probability waves used to form neutrino? Are other particles made by different combinations of the four probability waves?

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andysfoam Posted Jun 17, 2010

Leptons would suffer from Gimbal lock if they only had three degrees of freedom?

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andysfoam Posted Jun 19, 2010

See: Doing physics with quaternions, at "world.std.com/~sweetser/quaternion/qindex".

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andysfoam Posted Jun 22, 2010

See C.L.Herzenberg`s pdf. "The Quantum-classical transition and wave packet dispersion".

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andysfoam Posted Jun 24, 2010

See p.d.f. "A new basis for interpretation of the Planck Length" by C.L.Herzenberg. If the Universe has critical density and mass, what are the mechanisms that maintain them at these values?

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andysfoam Posted Jun 30, 2010

Quaternions( 4 by 4 matrices ) & gimbals rotate about straight lines( axis or metric ), but space time curves these straight lines in a very fractional( fractal ) way, are the two types of maths compatible?

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andysfoam Posted Jul 1, 2010

See "www.greenspun.com/quaternions", the quantum realm is about real events in imaginary space(below the critical line length ), whereas space-time puts the emphasis on real space and imaginary time(above the critical time line)?

### Inflation Theory

andysfoam Posted Jul 3, 2010

A particle starts as an event in time, hangs around as an expanding time bubble in all imaginary time directions, encountering other expanding time bubbles arriving from all imaginary time directions? Could time-space be a complex conjugate of space-time?

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andysfoam Posted Jul 4, 2010

If position becomes indeterminate for lengths shorter than the Planck length, dividing by light speed "c" for time periods of less than Planck time, <(~0.5*10^-43 seconds) would also give indeterminate time periods?

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andysfoam Posted Jul 4, 2010

A particles initial time bubble expands from, T=h/m*c^2, seconds. dependent upon its initial inertial mass?

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andysfoam Posted Jul 5, 2010

The particles time period T=h/m*c^2, seconds, being a spherical like, oscillation of an underlying field of much smaller particles, that can travel at up to light speed between interactions. But then these particles could also be oscillations of a yet smaller faster particle field, and yet again(fractal foam)?

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andysfoam Posted Jul 5, 2010

See "from quantum foam to general relativity" at "arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0203015".

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andysfoam Posted Jul 17, 2010

"THE WAVE WATCHER`S COMPANION`, mentions that oil spreading out over a ponds surface, suppresses the formation of ripples, if matter wave particles have a range or distribution of sizes, would the more numerous smaller particles lubricate the middle in the range, while the fewer larger sized particles impede the middles motion?

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andysfoam Posted Jul 17, 2010

Could the refractive index of space vary above and below one, if the distribution of matter wave particles sizes were found to vary with location?

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andysfoam Posted Jul 18, 2010

In my previous message I asked if the the refractive index of the vacuum of space could vary above and below one, since the refractive index is the ratio of light velocity measured at a location in space and time, to another location in space and time. If light speed in a pure vacuum is constant everywhere and every when, then the ratio is one, but it would also be one, even if the maximum velocity were v>c, which might be the case if the matter wave medium came in a range of particle sizes?

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andysfoam Posted Jul 19, 2010

If a vacuum is more than empty, full of matter waves, supported by a matter wave particle medium, an increase in the velocity of these waves beyond 299792458m/s could require a change to the makeup of the particle medium? How could the medium mixture be filtered or diluted?

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