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September 29th, 2019, 08:58 AM   #21
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This is the antiquated way of thinking of it. Maybe try reading what I wrote.
I actually like post #3 better.
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"Dark" implies something is unobservable. So that's what Dark Matter/Energy are. Dark Energy is the unobservable quantum field.
Aside from several other problems I have with this statement is that you seem to be using the word "dark" literally. Dark energy and dark matter are called "dark" because we don't understand them. Dark does not imply something is unobservable. It's just like the term "color" in quark theory... There are no quarks that are actually red or blue or green. It's just a term.

Also, the Maxwell equations for Electomagnetism are also antiquated. I don't care how old the principles are, if they work then they work.

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Quantum objects don't use spacetime, but spacetime's gravity can bend the fabric of the quantum field.
Are you serious? SR is all over QM. Melding SR and QM is the basis for Quantum Field Theory, which has produced some of the most accurate and precise theories that we have. And, yes, everyone knows that a quantum version of GR will show how space-time "bends" on the quantum level.

No, I am not accepting your ideas. Give me data, give me an actual worked out theory to make predictions.

I'd be glad to discuss QED with you and you can find out how many of your misconceptions need work. It's the simplest QFT we have and displays most of the important successes and failures of the QFT models. This is a serious offer and I'm not trying to shoot you down with this.

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Addendum I: And you still haven't answered the question "missing key to what?"

Addendum II: And yes, I've been a bit brusque with you in other posts. I'm not going to say that my statements are wrong, but I could easily have made them in a more courteous way. My apologies.
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We don't understand objects we can't observe.

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Quantum objects don't use spacetime, but spacetime's gravity can bend the fabric of the quantum field.
This is why I'm not a fan of my threads being merged. I originally thought I needed to explain gravitational lensing. But I'm fine with duality being a thing now for observed objects.

The missing key to joining the theories of the very large and very small ..duh.
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If you do the experiment I described you will be forced to consider my ideas that describe reality.
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September 29th, 2019, 04:11 PM   #24
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If you do the experiment I described you will be forced to consider my ideas that describe reality.
You are responsible for running the experiment or trying to find someone to do it for you. Until then...

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Duality doesn't occur unless the object in question has a state of physicality
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Quantum Field Excitations is what unobserved waves are.

If Spacetime is analog ..does that make the Quantum Field digital?
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Quantum Field Excitations is what unobserved waves are.

If Spacetime is analog ..does that make the Quantum Field digital?
Nice jargon you have there bro.

Right now you sound like Deepak Chopra. It's like you're trying to speak a foreign language to foreigners without any knowledge of the grammar, only to get frustrated when nobody understands you.
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Apparently, there is something called a "matter field". I wonder if this has something to do with my state of physicality business.
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I can start saying the state of matter from the matter field determines if a particle will be physical in flight.
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Unobserved(stateless | unphysical) Quantum Waves + State(Matter Field | physical) = Spacetime(GR)

So the quantum field is actually several fields combined. Is the Matter Field the key/hook to spacetime? The state of this matter field would be the part of the quantum fields that is instantaneous (all time, all the time). A binary on/off switch. An experiment (which way eraser) that causes a double state change in the path results in the matter state going back to an Off state.

QFT is assuming spacetime is involved. QFT can assign points in space related to the quantum field as a whole.


Unobserved quantum fields do not need spacetime to function ..except when turning something physical/observed.
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