Quantized Space-Time

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THE ANSWER TO EVERYTHING.

The universe needs explaining, better than we have so far.  It needs a quantized solution to “Space-Time” or “Fabric of Reality”.

Currently it is a multiple choice question.  And none of the multiple answers are quite right.  We are looking for a better answer.

 

WHAT IS A “THEORY OF EVERYTHING”?

Wikipedia – “Theory of Everything”

 

REQUIREMENTS OF A “THEORY OF EVERYTHING” or “FINAL THEORY”.

From the web site Motion Mountain – Final Theory Requirements:

  • 1. The precision of the final theory must be complete; the final theory must describe all motion and all experiments, and explain all open issues from the millennium list. (If it did not, it would neither be final nor unified.)

  • 2. Any modification of the final theory must be impossible; it must be ‘hard to vary’. (If it could be modified, it would not be an explanation.)

  • 3. In the final theory, vacuum and particles must not differ from each other at the Planck scale because of limitations of measurement precision. Thus vacuum and particles must be described by common fundamental constituents. (If common constituents did not exist, the theory would not describe black holes.)

  • 4. The fundamental constituents must be extended and fluctuating, (If they were not, they would not explain black hole entropy, spin, the observer-invariance of space-time homogeneity, and spatial isotropy.)

  • 5. The fundamental constituents must be as simple as possible, to satisfy Occam’s razor. (If they were not, the theory would be fiction, not science.)

  • 6. The fundamental constituents must determine all observables. They must also determine all coupling constants and particle masses. (If they did not, the theory would not be final.)

  • 7. The fundamental constituents must be the only unobservable entities. (If they were observable, the theory would not be final; if more entities would be unobservable, the theory would be fiction, not science.)

  • 8. Non-locality must be part of the description; non-locality must be negligible at everyday scales, but important at the Planck scale. (Otherwise, the contradictions between quantum theory and general relativity would not be solved.)

  • 9. Physical points and sets must not exist at Planck scale, due to limitations of measurement precision; points and sets must only exist, approximately, at everyday scales. (Otherwise, the contradictions between quantum theory and general relativity would not be solved.)

  • 10. The final theory cannot be a set of equations. (If it were, it would contradict the limits to measurement precision.)

  • 11. Physical systems must not exist at Planck scale, due to limitations of measurement precision; systems must only exist, approximately, at everyday scales. (Otherwise, quantum theory and general relativity cannot be unified.)

  • 12. Due to limitations of measurement precision, the universe must not be a physical system. (Otherwise, quantum theory and general relativity cannot be unified.)

  • 13. Due to limitations of measurement precision, each Planck unit is a limit value for measurements. Infinitely large or small quantities do not exist. (Otherwise, quantum theory and general relativity cannot be unified.)

  • 14. The Planck scale description of the final theory must imply quantum field theory, the standard model of elementary particle physics and general relativity. (Otherwise, quantum theory and general relativity would not be unified.)

  • 15. Planck’s natural units must define all observables. They must also define coupling constants and particle masses. (Otherwise, the theory would be neither final nor unified.)

  • 16. The relation to experiment must be as simple as possible, to satisfy Occam’s razor. (Otherwise, the theory would not be falsifiable.)

  • 17. The final theory must depend on the existence of a background, as background-independence is logically impossible in physics. (Otherwise, the theory would not be a description of nature.)

  • 18. Background space-time must be equal to physical space-time at everyday scale, but must differ globally and at Planck scale. (Otherwise, quantum theory and general relativity would not be unified.)

  • 19. The big bang is not an event. (Otherwise, sets and points would exist, and quantum theory and general relativity would not be unified.)

  • 20. Circularity in concept definitions must be part of the final theory, as a consequence of it being ‘precise talk about nature’. (Otherwise, the theory would not be final.)

  • 21. An axiomatic description of the final theory must be impossible, as nature is not described by sets at the fundamental level; the final theory must leave Hilbert’s sixth problem without a solution. (Otherwise, the theory would not be final.)

  • 22. Due to the limits to measurement precision, space is undefined at Planck distance, and the dimensionality of physical space at Planck distance is undefined. (Otherwise, quantum theory and general relativity cannot be unified.)

  • 23. Due to the limits to measurement precision, symmetries are undefined at Planck distance. (Otherwise, quantum theory and general relativity cannot be unified.)

  • 24. Due to the limits to measurement precision, nature is similar at Planck scale and at cosmic horizon scale. (Otherwise, quantum theory and general relativity cannot be unified.)

HOW DO WE GET TO THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING

 

QUANTUM MECHANICS – Explains a lot, but not everything.

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PILOT WAVE THEORY – Takes us a step further and explains quantum mechanics.

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PILOT WAVE THEORY MATH

 

PILOT WAVE MEDIUM – Takes us the last step.

Quantizing “Space-Time” at the Planck scale.  It explains why the Pilot Waves exhibit the mathematics that they do.

 

WHAT IS THE PILOT WAVE MEDIUM MADE OF

The pilot wave medium has two ingredients.

  • Propertyless void

  • “Planck Particle” shown here.