Occams Ghost

2008-Mar-06, 04:15 PM

I'll set up a thought experiment -- I will call; The Information Wave Function

Scenario

A scientist called Jim walks into the lab, and finds a photon moving towards Younges Double Slit Experiment. He decides to observe the photon through a superlensed photograph, and catches it a in a single frame, but nevethless it is enough to resolve and collapse the WF.

Implication of Jims Observation

He has no physical connection with the photon. The only connection between him and the atom, is a direct measurement with nothing in between*

*) I am not working independantly here. Using the thoughts of Saquist {recently} suggested a type of Aether -- whether that be an energy exhange which i calculated through the variables:

Tr -> (E- aw/c^2)

Which is the transfer of energy is direction proportional to angular velocity over the speed of light to the power of 2. This is only possible in a time of:

r<v<t/c

Only through angular momentum, energy is then converted with twice the magnitude, according to relativity:

E/c^2

Even Gluon energy in the process in excited by the coupling of quarks within the process, simply because the energy being transferred is enough to couple with a psuedoparticle, or counterparting a massivce scalar to produce quarks, spontaneously released from the vacuum due to the energy and wavelength of that energy h/mc being raised and increased by E/c^2.

The quarks if the join, which they usually do, unless some passing nuetrino's knocks it off by even a mere 0.000011% --- very small gravitational effect** -- but when they join, the actually contribute more energy than what they where composed of, due to relativity theory and quantum predictions- -Coupled by math of course.

**This depends if the nuetron has a mass...

Implications of Protino ----------------------------------------------

A protino will move along the curved paths of spacetime, until it reaches some very negligable, but still pervasive gravitational effects; Basically a wall in spacetime, like a car moving through the mist.

The mist will cover the car/protino, and even the particle will effect it's surroundings, by exchanging energy (M=E/c^2) through angular momentum. It will effect it's surroundings into a settled quantum state, decohering, or naturally collapsing the wave function.

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Summery:

Matter moving through a gas, or simply decohere after so long will collapse the wave function. This is not only a [physical effect] But Also A [Localised Effect]

An Observer collapses the wave function upon measurement. [This is not a physical effect] For there is a distance between the eye and the observed system, nor a [localised Effect], because there is also a distance involved.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>

The observer is unique in collapsing the wave function, because how can we collapse something whe such a distance seperates us in free space, unless an extra field was responsible One has already been proposed.

(I know this might seem very obtuse, but please, ask any questions...) :)

p.s. I have more math and examples. But the above should be suffice, but i am willing to present the more complex math if you want. In order that you might understand this essay more, i will mark certain paragraphs, and letter them individuallly, and present excerpts of that content in the thread below. :D

Scenario

A scientist called Jim walks into the lab, and finds a photon moving towards Younges Double Slit Experiment. He decides to observe the photon through a superlensed photograph, and catches it a in a single frame, but nevethless it is enough to resolve and collapse the WF.

Implication of Jims Observation

He has no physical connection with the photon. The only connection between him and the atom, is a direct measurement with nothing in between*

*) I am not working independantly here. Using the thoughts of Saquist {recently} suggested a type of Aether -- whether that be an energy exhange which i calculated through the variables:

Tr -> (E- aw/c^2)

Which is the transfer of energy is direction proportional to angular velocity over the speed of light to the power of 2. This is only possible in a time of:

r<v<t/c

Only through angular momentum, energy is then converted with twice the magnitude, according to relativity:

E/c^2

Even Gluon energy in the process in excited by the coupling of quarks within the process, simply because the energy being transferred is enough to couple with a psuedoparticle, or counterparting a massivce scalar to produce quarks, spontaneously released from the vacuum due to the energy and wavelength of that energy h/mc being raised and increased by E/c^2.

The quarks if the join, which they usually do, unless some passing nuetrino's knocks it off by even a mere 0.000011% --- very small gravitational effect** -- but when they join, the actually contribute more energy than what they where composed of, due to relativity theory and quantum predictions- -Coupled by math of course.

**This depends if the nuetron has a mass...

Implications of Protino ----------------------------------------------

A protino will move along the curved paths of spacetime, until it reaches some very negligable, but still pervasive gravitational effects; Basically a wall in spacetime, like a car moving through the mist.

The mist will cover the car/protino, and even the particle will effect it's surroundings, by exchanging energy (M=E/c^2) through angular momentum. It will effect it's surroundings into a settled quantum state, decohering, or naturally collapsing the wave function.

----------------------------------------------------------

Summery:

Matter moving through a gas, or simply decohere after so long will collapse the wave function. This is not only a [physical effect] But Also A [Localised Effect]

An Observer collapses the wave function upon measurement. [This is not a physical effect] For there is a distance between the eye and the observed system, nor a [localised Effect], because there is also a distance involved.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>

The observer is unique in collapsing the wave function, because how can we collapse something whe such a distance seperates us in free space, unless an extra field was responsible One has already been proposed.

(I know this might seem very obtuse, but please, ask any questions...) :)

p.s. I have more math and examples. But the above should be suffice, but i am willing to present the more complex math if you want. In order that you might understand this essay more, i will mark certain paragraphs, and letter them individuallly, and present excerpts of that content in the thread below. :D