Monday, November 06, 2006

Deja Vue?


NewScientistSpace-How to be in two places at once


The basis of this post is in answer to Bee's question in relation to, "Back to the Beginning of Time."

Bee writes:
interesting post. A question: what does it mean for the elephant to 'be' in more than one place. Or, what is there inside our space, how is 'it' different from the space, and how do we attribute a location to 'it'. And finally: what can we possibly say about 'it' being 'somewhere' without understanding the measurement problem in quantum theory? So many questions. Best,


Not many engage me in questions and it is appreciated when some involved in science take the time to do so. While spending considerable time as a hobby, I have not included the years of research in developing the thinking I did, based on past exercises. Without this interaction, I had to rely on "other ways" to bring the information forward.

Plato's dialogues, in the spirit of discussing ideas, served to do this, with, or without people involved.

It is these instances, which help to propel forward my thinking if corrected, or challenged that such delusions are less then likely held to the procedures of science. It's mechanisms. Anyway, the interaction is appreciated.


One needed a "testing ground," and a thought experiment usually precedes it??

The elephant and the event horizon By Amanda Gefter


Because of their enormous gravity and other unique properties, black holes have been fertile ground for researchers developing these ideas.



What was held in mind is the thought of spook action at a distance and Einstein.



Quanglement

next.....

B:
0 is the identity element of the addition, it’s a finite closed subgroup, it never gets you anywhere.


So where it "the beginning" then?

I gave a link further down in terms of poetry justice and the "short story." Underneath the short story is a link to something written by Ian Stewart.

That story is based on "Fuzzy Logic."


Do we selectively ignore other models from artificial intelligence such as Zadeh's Fuzzy Logic? This is a logic used to model perception and used in newly designed "smart" cameras. Where standard logic must give a true or false value to every proposition, fuzzy logic assigns a certainty value between zero and one to each of the propositions, so that we say a statement is .7 true and .3 false. Is this theory selectively ignored to support our theories?


There is something deterministic about this relationship, between the elephant inside the blackhole and outside the blackhole.



Or here
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To resolve this, "fuzzy logic" lays itself over top of this "thought experiment."

B:
what does it mean for the elephant to 'be' in more than one place.


Black hole computers


Hawking radiation owes its existence to the weirdness of the quantum world, in which pairs of virtual particles pop up out of empty space, annihilate each other and disappear. Around a black hole, virtual particles and anti-particles can be separated by the event horizon. Unable to annihilate, they become real. The properties of each pair are linked, or entangled. What happens to one affects the other, even if one is inside the black hole.


B:
what is there inside our space, how is 'it' different from the space, and how do we attribute a location to 'it'.


"Fuzzy logic" assumes a position "between" the blackhole inside, and the blackhole outside. The event horizon.

Both locations are linked and like entanglement, resolves spooky action at a distance?

B:
what can we possibly say about 'it' being 'somewhere' without understanding the measurement problem in quantum theory


When probing the "perfect liquid," do our energy valuations take us to the anomalie or not? Imagine what a feather could do in zero viscosity, as we learn of the fundamental nature of that liquid.

Superfluid attributes of He4? Which leads me to the points of L positions in Lagrangian perspective.



At what point does a universe make? Are there "such locations" that are similar to what we perceive, as a passage through the "blackhole state" for new universes to begin?


Physically, the effect can be interpreted as an object moving from the "false vacuum" (where = 0) to the more stable "true vacuum" (where = v). Gravitationally, it is similar to the more familiar case of moving from the hilltop to the valley. In the case of Higgs field, the transformation is accompanied with a "phase change", which endows mass to some of the particles


Like "geometric principles" one needed a way in which to explain this transition from that "perfect fluid" to explain the mass particle initiations derived from the singularities to what new universe are and have been implied to bubble manifestations?
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