Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Strange Abstract Movements

When one is engaged in the strange world of the abstract, Quark to Quark measures left me in a strange state. Lines having been given values in distance. That were not readily available to the eye. These lines are happening in spaces, that give "energy values" to that every distance? Gausssian coordinates. The metric.


The Clebsch Diagonal Cubic Surface. It is smooth and all its different 27 lines are real. There are 10 so-called Eckardt points, i.e. points in which three of the lines meet.


So this is a preview to me while working in these abstract spaces, I wanted to make sense of it all, and how such expressions that arise in the standard model, had some framework in which it can follow.




Dürer Magic Square with Lines


A new perspective hidden in the Prof.dr R.H. Dijkgraaf second rendition, and thesis image, reveals a question mark of some significance?:) So how would we see the standard model in some "new context" once gravity is joined with some fifth dimensional view?


What gravity would imply if all dimensional relations are introduced to the entropic models of matter states, while this energy valuation to determination, using information gathered are forcing us to see in ways in regards to those same energy density states?

So you look for these things, in model approaches like, the first three minutes of Steven Weinberg's or even further yet into model approaches given here.


Big Bang Nucleosynthesis Edward L. Wright



OKay. So You Say the Beginning


As can be seen from the curves, at the higher temperatures only neutrons and protons exist, with there being more protons than neutrons. But, as the temperature decreases, there is an increase in the amount of deuterium and helium nuclei. Just below 1 billion degrees there is a significant increase in deuterium and helium, and a decrease in the abundance of protons and neutrons. This is the deuterium "bottleneck" mentioned previously. This uses up the all the free neutrons and some protons, and causes the neutron line to drop off, and the proton line to dip (relatively few protons are used up). The deuterium abundance only increases to a point because it is an intermediate to the formation of helium. So as it is created, it is quickly consumed to complete the process of helium nucleosynthesis. Once all the neutrons have been used up, its presence drops off.


So while you are intrigued by this beginning, something happens that confronts the rational, of how you ever got to this point. Does it matter? I think it does, and if you to are ever to conlucde this assertion of a cyclial nature, you need foundational perspective that helps recognize why string theorist's abhor infinities. What the heck do they mean?


In fact, the temperatures and densities reached in these collisions are similar to those found in the early universe a few microseconds after the Big Bang.


So how much closer can you be taken to the beginning? You need an overview for this cyclical nature to make sense of it.