Quant Formation: The Equation
of Quants
[Everything
Equation]
[Gravity]
[Time]
[Phase Transitions]
[High Phase]
[Low Phase]
Wave Theory, which is a description of the behavior of nature,
clearly shows that every energetic formation is comprised
of two parts. However, both parts are made out of the same
substance, which I have dubbed "energetic matter"
(see Wave Theory).
By dint of its peculiar spinning and revolving motion, energetic
matter creates a wave formation of two semi loops in which
energetic matter can circulate continually. Despite the two
loops — the energetic and the magnetic — every
part (quant) is in a state of superposition.
In the M51 galaxy, we see that the right semi-loop is energetic
and has pushing properties, and the left semi-loop is magnetic
(gravitational) and has pulling properties. The illustration
below shows the concept of the theory, and the picture of
the M51 galaxy shows the actual behavior of a galaxy.
The wave structure (quant) is an ideal energetic
matter formation. In other words, the energy in an ideal quant
formation (in both semi-loops) is divided equally: 1 = 1
This can be shown in the following equation:
Magnetic Loop (Energetic
Matter) |
= |
Energetic Loop (Energetic
Matter) |
Energetic Loop (Energetic Matter) |
Magnetic Loop (Energetic Matter) |
1 = 1
Otherwise, the energy cannot continue to flow.
This equation is consonant with Schrödinger's equation:
1 = 1
Since we are familiar with the composition of
energetic matter and the structure of its formation, we can
easily compute the value of each component. This equation
thus compliments Schrödinger's, but since each possesses
unique qualities they both have a place in the cannon of physics.
[Everything
Equation] [Gravity]
[Time]
[Phase Transitions]
[High Phase]
[Low Phase]
Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright© 2001. All rights reserved.
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