More notes from my local thinking journal–how to test theories

More notes from my local thinking journal. Trying to see what kind of experiments could test some of this thinking. I also go down the infinite speed phase information idea, and see some problems that need to be thought through.

After a break–six months later. No good sense of whether electron constants imply a driving God frequency, but cannot visualize it geometrically.

I gave some additional thought to creating an experimental testbench (on a computer) for a scale-less system with an entity that obeys the shove and twist behavior of EM fields. I also refreshed the idea that mass is a group wave built from unitary waves with non-causal phase shift capability. This would explain entanglement. I gave some thought to whether these waves are rectangular coordinate or spherical coordinate or something else. Nothing really falls out well–if an extradimensional frequency source at the center of a 4-D sphere, would have to have a non-linear effect on wave behavior within the sphere surface.

Then I thought perhaps some rules could be derived assuming a scale-less system, how could the push-twist behavior emerge from a scale-less system where something was created from nothing?

One interesting thought I had was that the electron constants are fixed, but actually they could be scale-less as well because there is no reference point other than other particles. It does mean that from one location to the other they have the same values–but if location is just an artifact of the phases of the group construction of waves, even that might not be all that constraining. Assuming for the moment a rectilinear construction of unitary waves of every possible frequency, and just doing a 1D simplified model, a particle then is purely defined by the phase values of an infinite set of unitary waves. Its position is defined by e^iw(x0) given some defined absolute 0 position. Its velocity is defined by how x0 changes, but this in turn defines how the phase relationship is changing of all the waves. A limit to velocity (speed of light) would be defined as the maximum rate of phase change of every wave, for example in time Delta_t, the x0 value would change by Delta_x. The effect on the phase of particular frequency is given by e^(iw(kx – phi t), so delta_x would cause proportionately greater phase shifts the higher the wave frequency.

Another question is how does a particle interact with another in such a system–if a particle approaches another and applies a force to it, the effect is ultimately to cause waves to shift phase–but since the same wave define both particles, its not immediately clear and a mathematica simulation may have to be done to understand what happens to the composite wave situation. It could be argued that the rectilinear representation doesn’t work as well as some kind of Bessel function spherical wave, which has waves that diminish over distance and would provide a better model for what happens because the two particles then, by default, are independent. But then it’s no longer a matter of just tweaking phases, and several things fall apart–this system doesn’t have a clever model for representation of entangled particles, nor does it give a purer view of motion and distance (these would have to be defined separately). It might work to have unitary spherical waves, but any spherical wave system has to add a centrifugal wave to represent things such as the electron charge loop (ring). Such a wave would have propagation problems as well as issues of phase initialization that seem worse than the rectilinear model.

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