The proposed complex vector field for the twist ring theory is continuous and unitary. It exists in R3 (while there’s a lot of talk of 10/11 dimensional solutions to satisfy relativity, I suspect that existence really is R3 but that the mass energy tensor just bends this R3 in all sorts of complex ways, we wont stop at 10 because third order effects will bend even that dimensional foundation. I don’t buy the rolled up dimension stuff at this point)..

There are several crucial questions about the viability of this vector field as a foundation for EM fields. The quantum nature of photons and particles shows up for two reasons: the hypothesized unitary magnitude of the field and the connection between the real and complex parts of this unitary field.

As mentioned, the twist of the field cannot induce a magnitude change by definition, so the first crucial question is how does the unitary field show an apparent variation of the B field inducing the E field in observation of an EM field (note that I am hypothesizing that the unitary field is the underlying structure for an EM field that adds the quantum characteristic).

The twist ring theory uses the unitary field to explain why we get stable quantized photons and electrons. For example, the photon is hypothesized to be a single full twist of the unitary field–a knot with a discontinuity that cannot disperse because the field magnitude is fixed at one. But why does the photon disperse at either end of the twist? Quantum theory analysis proposes that the photon has something approximating a Gaussian distribution of energy along the axis–how can the unitary field produce something that asymptotically goes to zero on the photon axis?

There’s a bunch more questions like these, but let’s stop here for now.

I’ll shortly post about what I think my answers are, and these will guide my construction (actually, reconstruction) of my unitary field simulation.

Agemoz

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