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October 25th, 2019, 11:32 AM   #21
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What's funny is that no one has a real argument against what I said.
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What's funny is that no one has a real argument against what I said.
You're right. We don't have an argument against what you said.

I had a friend in high school. He was a good guy and we loved to hang out together. At one point we lost touch. I saw him again not so long ago. He was completely delusional. He thought aliens with the help of the CIA were after him to steal his brain. If he walked on the streets and a car slowed down, he'd run away in fear it's those damn aliens again. Nothing I said had any effect on him. I subsequently talked to his sister. He had been diagnosed with severe schizophrenia. In the beginning they tried to talk sense into him and argue with him telling him how he's not being realistic. But he would accept no argument. He'd just talk nonsense that nobody understood. It was sad. After a while his family started coping and just started agreeing with him. They'd just say "you're right" not to anger him.

He definitely was right. You're also right, scifimath.
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It's a terrible cycle with schizophrenics. They can function pretty well when they are on their medication but often enough what happens is that they then conclude that they don't need their medication since they are just fine.

Well... then the delusions start and unfortunately they don't conclude that they just need to start up medication again. They conclude that lizard beings existing in multiple dimensions are really running things on Earth (or somesuch) and it goes downhill from there.

A schizophrenic without a support system is as good as dead.

RIP Jaco Pastorius
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What's funny is that no one has a real argument against what I said.
At the risk of feeding the troll...

That's probably because we really have no idea what you are trying to say. If you could write all this down without all the basically meaningless "Uncollapsed(stateless | unphysical) Quantum Waves + State(Matter Field or wave collapse or decoherence) + zero Diffraction = Physical Matter (Real)" stuff and talk about it in plain English "+" whatever equations you feel are necessary then we might be able to have a useful conversation.

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Those terms are all very broad. It seems strange that you can't find fault with big picture concepts.
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Those terms are all very broad. It seems strange that you can't find fault with big picture concepts.
We can't find fault with it because we can't understand what you mean.
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Maybe it would help if I explained what is happening in three famous quantum experiments. The Double Slit, Delay Choice Quantum Eraser, Which Way Quantum Eraser.

The Double Slit
Layered, Unobserved quantum fields begin to combine to assemble a new particle. The Dimension of the Unreal is able to know if the physical state of the particle will be requested in it's path. Something we know is capable of doing a state change is called a detector. But there are other more natural means of causing it. A particle with a physical state going through a double slit will only go through one slit. An unreal, quantum wave will go through both slits and display interference/fringes on a final panel. The final panel does cause a wave collapse but does not give the particle a physical state while in flight.

Delay Choice Quantum Eraser
Shows us the entire path of the particle is known before it starts moving. Entangled particles hold the same state while in flight. When the first particle hits it's final panel in a shorten path, it knows if its entangled brother will ever be physical or not in its path.

Which Way Quantum Eraser
Something very interesting happens when you cause two state changes in the path of a particle before it hits a final panel. If a particle knows (the unreal dimension) two state changes are going to occur, it goes back to being unreal quantum waves. When you see fringes appear on the final panel, it is because the quantum waves when through polarizers at the slits and the additional polarizer at unreal quantum waves.
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QFT assumes spacetime is involved ..it's not. It uses points (x, y, z) Cartesian coordinates. They are assuming those points are in spacetime. There isn't anything saying it has to be locations from spacetime.

Spacetime is fine for points in space when the object in question is observed/has a physical state.

Unobserved quantum fields do not need spacetime to function.

You never get anything faster than light ..when spacetime is involved.

Observation/state change, gets spacetime involved. You are not considering speeds from unobserved objects.

If what I'm describing isn't spacetime ..it would be something completely new/undiscovered. A property of nature. I have no doubt something is going on here and it's the key to the theory of everything.

You can't observe objects going faster than light ..except for galaxies. The space between galaxies doesn't have spacetime which is why they are separating faster than light.

This might explain dark matter halos around galaxies ..It's matter that doesn't have spacetime and can't be given a physical state.

For Dark Matter known to be inside the optical boundaries of a galaxy:
Either the spacetime bubble is indenting to accommodate the dark matter inside ..or dark matter can never become physical even when in spacetime.

I would hesitate to be the first person to leave the boundaries of a galaxy.

My evidence is that galaxies are separating at an exponential rate.
The galaxies are not expanding internally ..so they are in a spacetime bubble that has a boundary.

If we find out quantum fluctuations don't exist outside of galaxies ..it will be proof that empty space inside galaxies is different than outside. Galaxies have to be in some type of bubble ..otherwise our galaxy would have scattered with the same acceleration rate as the universe.
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QFT assumes spacetime is involved ..it's not. It uses points (x, y, z) Cartesian coordinates. They are assuming those points are in spacetime. There isn't anything saying it has to be locations from spacetime.

Spacetime is fine for points in space when the object in question is observed/has a physical state.

Unobserved quantum fields do not need spacetime to function.
This is as far as I could get with your statement.

Please remember that Science is experimentally based. I have yet to see anything in your posted work that resembles a way to make a testable prediction. Even if you knew what you are talking about (which you clearly don't) what you have is still a bad hypothesis because you can't relate it to anything measurable.

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Pockets of spacetime can naturally exist for objects outside of galaxies by being bigger than a virus.
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If it isn't pockets of spacetime ..the object itself would have a physical state from being larger than a virus. I think this means light from the other side of the observable universe is traveling in and out of spacetime regions. Under my theory, the light we observe would be physical before it ever left the star. ..but I don't know if it can remain physical (photon) in zones that don't have spacetime. My immediate guess is that it remains physical ..when it can. Maybe it holds the physical state as a variable while traveling in quantum fields instead of spacetime.

Does this have something to do with redshift? Does anything within the milky way appear redshifted to us? Did it make sense for redshift to occur for light ..from just being in more space? ..or does light going through regions devoid of spacetime seem more valid?
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