Origin of some key physics equations in "time", step by step:
Admittedly very tenuous arguments sketched further on. But the ideas beyond this may be valid..........
1. What is time?
2. Everyday usage shows that "time" involves a "reference space" (length, distance). Examples: the distance travelled by the secondhand on a clock. The backandforth length traversed by an atom vibrating, or a quartz crystal vibration, the distance through which the Earth rotates about its axis, etc.
3. Time also involves selfreference. An oscillator such as a pendulum or vibrating atom traverses the same length back and forth. A clockhand rotates about a point fixed to the clockhand. In this way clocks measure themselves to allow consistent comparison of their lengths with the lengths they measure.
4. Suppose you draw a series of parallel vertical lines, broken into various segments such that each line is broken twice as much as the line on its left. These broken lines can represent lengths moved by objects or the clocks that measure them.
5. On page 259 of "Shadows Of The Mind", Roger Penrose explains the Schrodinger Equation in plain English. He says the equation gives a rate of change with respect to time of the quantum state or wave function. That quantum state (or wave function) is the entire (complexnumber weighted) weighted sum of all possible alternatives open to the system.
6. "Complex numbers" are 2D numbers.
7. Comparing and matching two patterns is a 2D view of the comparison.
8."Time", as shown, involves a comparison of 1 pattern with 1 selfreferent pattern. So "time" gives a 2D view of the comparison.
9. "Rate of change" means amount or quantity or mass of change.
10. "A rate of change with respect to time" means "the amount or mass of change in the 2D perspective obtained by comparing the system with a selfreferent reference2D, system.
11. So rate of change in time gives a mass of 2D layers in the system.
12. "The entire complexnumber weighted sum of alternatives open
to the system" means "a 2D weighted view of the alternatives open to the system".
13. So the Schrodinger equation gives: A 2D weighted view of the alternatives open to the system; from the perspective of a rate of change in time; that is, from the perspective of the amount of 2D change in the system with respect to a selfreferent 2D comparison.
14. In other words, the Schrodinger equation gives you a 2D, that is, pattern comparison view (then till now) of the amount of 2D change in all the 2D weighted alternatives open to the system, as you go from one 2D view to another 2D view.
15. This correlates directly with R. Stafford's ideas on "time" and "observation"; the amount of change in the 2D alternatives is the "examined subset of a set of numbers"; the system and all its alternatives is the "set of numbers"; a particular 2D view of the amount of change (of the subset) is "the observation".
Of course, comparing two 2D observations gives you a 4D "event".
16. Time gives Schrodinger's equation: suppose I draw a series of vertical linesegments. The first is 1 unit, the next on the right is 2 halfunits, the next is 4 quarter units, the next is 8 eighthunits, and so on..16, 32, 64, etc.
17. Using numbers to describe these lines: A (1,2) that is "A (the 1 unit line, the 2 halfunits line)" view compared to a (1,4) reference view of the rateofchangeinviews of (2D ratios weighted) all 2D options open say (1,2),(1,4),(2,4), (1,2)(1,4), (1,2)(2,4), (1,2)(1,4)(2,4) gives you 6 views with four views difference between a plain (1,2) view and a plain (1,4) view.
18. The series of segmented lines describe "time" and Schrodinger's equation. They describe "time" becuse the 1 unit line can be your carmoves24meters say; half the 2 subunit line can be your clockoscillator moves a smaller reference unit; the 4 subsubunit line can be what confirms the clockoscillator is covering the same distance in its next reference unit as in its last one by alternately swapping places 4 subsubunits with the clock 2 subunits to allow selfreferent pacing of the clock.
19. Time gives Einstein's equation: The speed of light "c" is just a 2D view, a pattern comparison involving two patterns "distance" and "reference selfreferent distance" (gives "speed"). Energy can be "the alternatives open to the system" which equals: mass (the comparison of one 2D view with another, so the rate of change, the amount, the mass of change, between the two perspectives) multiplied by c squared.
20. "c squared" because the energy (alternatives open to) the system is found by comparing two c (i.e. two 2D including selfreference) perspectives times the rate of change (mass) between those two perspectives. Example: one c can be: compare the first 1 unit line with the pair of the 2 and 4 lines; the other c can be: compare the pair of the first two lines (the 1 and the 2) with the 4 line.
21. Time involves Dirac's four quantum numbers: Consider a 1 unit line, a 2 subunit line, a 4 subsubunit line. Principle quantum number: the 1 unit line. 2nd (orbital) quantum number: the 2 subunits line. 3rd quantum number (precession of plane of orbit): the 4 subsubunits line. 4th quantum number (the doublevaluedness): comparing lines (1,2) with 4 versus comparing lines 1 with (2,4).
22. Time gives Newton's equation: G = m1m2/ r squared. The lines
(1,2,4) as mass times the lines (2,4,8) as another mass, divided by lines (2,4) times (2,4) as the square of the distance between them, gives the masseffect of distance.
23. The above is admittedly speculatively sketchy!
24. Showing how Schrodinger's equation contains E= mc squared, F = gm1m2/ r squared, and Dirac's 4 quantum numbers, is more soundly argued I think:
25. I noted that as complexnumbers are 2D numbers; I can refer to them as 2D (which is also descriptive of the process: compare and match TWO patterns). (An abstract "space" of patternmatching is thus a complexweighted space).
26. Further, I treated "rate of change" in "time" as "2D or more" per reference 2D perspective. That is because a "rate" is just an amount or mass ,so "a rate of change" of a 2D perspective thus refers to a bunch of 2D perspectives representing a maximum amount of changeinperspective possible between members of the group.
27. "Time" always involves a reference system, thus a reference or alternative 2D view of the system. A rate of change per time thus means a communicable rate of change, one that a "time" (e.g. interaction by observer) can have a (2D)(pattern comparing) view of. In other words, a rate of change in time is just a 2D view + 2D view; so a 4D view; of all the alternative 2D views open to the system, and the rate of change of those views being the 4D aspect of them, that is, how they look from this 4D viewpoint. (So no wonder Minkowski, Lorentz, Einstein, etc. physics all apparently falls out of this!)
28. In Stafford's language; one is talking about an observation being a specific subset of an examined set of a set of numbers. The set of numbers is all the alternative views. The examined set is the collection of examined views, and this collection is a rate or quantity per which a particular view changes with respect to an arbitrary reference view of all the alternative views.
29. Langan's CTMU fits here, because the arbitrary reference view represents the whole Universe of views represented by a "any 2D view"; so Global representation; and the "rate of change" is the local viewpoints representation; so we have Langan's localGlobal interchange.
30. Re: three equations within Schrodinger's equation: Consider: A 2D VIEW OF A RATE OF CHANGE (so 2D x density)(so “G” as the “2D view” x “m1m2/ r squared” as the “density”)(so G x m1m2/ r squared) OF THE 2D WEIGHTED ALTERNATIVES OPEN TO THE SYSTEM (so 2D weighted permutations and combinations)(thus a constant speed, that is size per reference size)(so “c” is the 2D constant speed through all the alternatives)( so “c squared” covers permutations and combinations?)(So if “alternatives” is “Energy”, and “combinations” is “mass”, then E = mc squared)(combinations times 2D times 2D gives permutations of combinations gives alternatives (Energy))(so energy is 4D mass or hypermass) PER REFERENCE 2D view (TIME) (jump from one view to the next, so jump in perspective, so Planck’s constant “h” as this “2D”)(Dirac equation quantum numbers: the time jump as quantum number 1; the orbit of permutations around the combinations as quantum number 2; the precession of that orbit with changing combinations as quantum number 3; the 2D view of the rate of change (density) as quantum number 4)
31. Apparantly the three equations in ONE describe a double helix (orbit, precession, doublevaluedness, principle quantum jumps involving 4 “bases” and three triplets, where 3 Freedoms create a 4th freedom, the Creator creates one in freedom, one makes a choice, and the Creator creates one in freedom at the next step).
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