The Theory of the Hidden Variable behind: The Quantization of Duality
- Jaime Vigo
AbstractModern knowledge in physics is in need of new ideas in order to find answers to questions about the origins of matter, waveparticle duality, time, the Big Bang, black hole singularity, and evolution. As an effort to collaborate with the infusion of new ideas, this investigation was developed based on the philosophy of hidden variables behind (HVB). This HVB theory is originated from re-interpreting the fundamental concepts of energy delocalization from the atomic model of Bohr and the generation of electric charges in particles from the electromagnetic equations of Maxwell. In the theory, it is hypothesized that before the Big Bang, the electric and magnetic energy were initially totally delocalized, that is, spread over an infinite number of energy levels belonging to a tachyon-like parent matrix of matter that moves faster than the speed of light. The matter at this superluminal state is considered to be non-dual, theoretically having its energy acting 100% as a wave and 0% as a particle, hereby identified as pure energy. The luminal matter of this universe is considered to be distorted superluminal matter having lower than 100% delocalized and higher than 0% localized energy. The HVB theory introduces a new quantum field that attenuates the degree of localization of pure energy to allow particles to have different degrees of duality, so that duality can be scrambled. The model proposes that a Lorentz-like force acts on the fully-delocalized superluminal energy of the pure matter, causing a slowdown of its velocity, becoming localized luminal speed of light. The increase in localized energy leads to greater mass and charge allocation in particles. In the HVB theory, the universe was originated from a vortex formed of distorted energy-waves of the matrix, which created a gradient of attracted waves driven by increased in electromagnetic force, later developing gravity, forming an equilibrated “bubble” of luminal matter in the superluminal matrix, resembling a slower moving eddy on the surface of the rushing waters of a river. The motion of the bubble-universe in the matrix is represented from the wave point of view, in which the universe is entangled energy propagating through the matter of the matrix medium. The matter of the matrix being distorted to form the universe at point A is not the same matter of the matrix being distorted to re-form it at point B. This implies that what is really being propagated is the information or instruction of how to distort matrix matter to look like the universe, with the condition of replacing it with a slight increase in entropy. The quantum-controlled attenuation of the degree of localization gives rise to the particle plethora, allows crossing from particles to anti-particles, and explains how isotopes of the same element may decay at different rates. In the HVB theory time is considered another waveparticle. The concept implies that both waveparticles time and light must have non-zero mass. The flow of the waveparticle time is unidirectional, associated with increased disorder. The energy levels of time are organized by locating the occurrence of any event 1 (the cause) at a higher energy level than the immediate occurring event 2 (the effect). Traveling back in time is forbidden due to energy barriers to reach the past and the future. The theory acclaims the establishment of the fourth law of thermodynamics: Energy use is always minimized. This changes the modern view of the parallel universes. Black holes are seen as places of the matrix in which the Big Bang effect is reversed at a lower scale by returning localized energy back to delocalized, in which the singularity is seen as the place at which luminal physics collapse and superluminal physics takes over.
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