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October 24th, 2019, 04:17 PM   #11
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It is curious to me that spacetime limits the speed of light and gravity to the same speed.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/startsw.../#737e30e62fc0

There shouldn't be limits unless this is a simulation.


General Relativity = Reality = Spacetime

Spacetime = Physical Matter = Wave Collapse = Decoherence = Matter Field State = Zero Diffraction Showing Fringes = Universal Analog Simulation

Analog Simulation = Light/Gravity Limit
Limits imply a frame rate is necessary for a processor to refresh.

The universe without spacetime would be quantum wave information that could never become real/physical.

Spacetime is the tip of the iceberg that it represents. Yes it is space and time intertwined ..but it is so much more than that.

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The guys' user name is scifimath afterall...
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The "unobserved" isn't real/physical and therefore not involved with spacetime. It doesn't have gravitons.

Consider the universe without spacetime. I believe there is an era before spacetime. ..Nothing was real/physical. General Relativity didn't exist.

If you were a god and wanted life to be a thing ..you would have to create something that worked on the existing system (quantum wave information). Living things need things/environment/themselves to be real/physical to work. It makes sense for a "god" to write an analog simulation called spacetime.
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Somewhere around 1 x 10-18g in a vacuum is a new constant.

The diffraction grating gets too small to identify fringes. It's a natural size for the object to be physical and to never be in superposition.

Uncollapsed(stateless | unphysical) Quantum Waves + State(Matter Field or wave collapse or decoherence) + zero Diffraction = Physical Matter (Real)

If an object is too large to display fringes, it is automatically physical. The question now is if auto-physical objects have a physical state or maybe being naturally physical doesn't require it.

Do I need to claim there is a physical state in the first place for even quantum sized objects if it is the same thing as: wave collapse, decoherence, and zero diffraction?

There has to be something that causes a particle to be physical or not before it even starts moving. If it is to only be a wave in flight, duality doesn't apply. But if physical, duality is allowed. Maybe I need a different term for "physical state".

If I started using "Real" instead of "physical state" would that get physicists off my back about mass meaning a physical property?

GR deals with what is Real.
Wave Collapse, Decoherence, and Zero Diffraction cause something to be Real.

We just need GR to handle duality for Unification.
GR for reality
QM wave function for unreal

Does this mean Diffraction is directly related to Superposition?
You're wrong because quantum decoherence causes Lorentz contraction violations in the Schwarschild spacetime. You see, the Fourier pair wave-transform doesn't account for Schwarzian deviations. Hope that clears things up!
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You're wrong because quantum decoherence causes Lorentz contraction violations in the Schwarschild spacetime. You see, the Fourier pair wave-transform doesn't account for Schwarzian deviations. Hope that clears things up!
This can't be true. You didn't write a single equals sign!
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I do regret posting the word "grating" but nothing else. You don't get to dismiss the whole thing just because of Lorentz contraction violations.
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I do regret posting the word "grating" but nothing else. You don't get to dismiss the whole thing just because of Lorentz contraction violations.
ahahahahahaha

you really don't have the foggiest idea of what you're talking about do you?
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Unobserved/Unreal quantum waves do not follow the laws set by spacetime.
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Unobserved/Unreal quantum waves do not follow the laws set by spacetime.
Microm@ss tossed together a bunch of word salad like you do and you were unable to recognize it as such.

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