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Mass As Compactified Oscillator Field

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Posted by Alan on March 3, 2002 06:50:13 UTC

Hi,

Something just ocured to me:

I wrote:
"I am supposing that a field of quantum oscillators (in analogy: "cloud") is jumping at just the right synchronisation relative to another, moving, field of quantum oscillators (in analogy: wind velocity) to appear stationary against a third field of quantum oscillators (in analogy: "ground")(time or reference space)."

Obviously the field (2nd) that is moving has in fact got a different area of itself next to the first field oscillators, than was alongside the first field at the last match-up of 1st to 2nd with the 3rd field (3rd field stationary to first).

Therefore during one change in jump-matches between the 1st and 3rd fields; the moving field has delivered a spread of jumps containing more depth in the direction of its movement. This depth may be perceived in the direction of its motion as a higher density of jumps in one-place (in a way: length contraction relative the other fields, or time slowing down using jump-number field 1,3 per jump number in 2). The higher density of jumps would thus be perceived as "mass".

The "mass" would automatically be equal to "energy" represented by the "depth" due to the velocity. All this seems again to lead to a close connection between h, c, and g. E= mc sq. seems probably implicit as does gravity force.

-dolphin



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