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s0cratus
3rd-February-2014, 06:51 AM
How can quantum theory explain the Existence?
Postulate - 1
Physical theory without reference frame is a parody of theory.
Postulate – 2
Quantum particle without geometrical form is a parody of Nature.
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s0cratus
3rd-February-2014, 03:48 PM
The life begins on the quantum level and therefore the QT
can better than any another theory explain us the Existence.
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QED try to explain interaction between matter and energy
( quantum of light / electron) on the quantum level.
This interaction is going in the simple and complex atoms
and therefore it means in the biological atoms / systems too.
There isn't biology without quantum processes.
This interaction is going from the micro-world to macro-world.
The interaction between matter and energy is going on all levels
of evolution in the Nature and can explain the Existence.
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Blarraun
3rd-February-2014, 04:07 PM
What if everything collapses to plane one? Point? Is there any geometry where you cannot define a point? Or is everything divisible?

BigApplePi
3rd-February-2014, 05:42 PM
]How can quantum theory explain the Existence?
Postulate - 1
Physical theory without reference frame is a parody of theory.In order to have a reference frame, one must have two or three or more entities in existence, not just one.

Postulate – 2[/SIZE]
Quantum particle without geometrical form is a parody of Nature.
===…I thought, not sure, a quantum particle exhibits both particle and wave symptoms. Must a quantum particle be defined as a geometrical solid would? Why couldn't it have a central starting point which radiates outward with a source not the same as three-dimensional solids? The source could be other dimensions which power it.

The Void
3rd-February-2014, 08:03 PM
existence cannot be explained.
because it is meaningless nonsense. it is just 'is'.

Rook
3rd-February-2014, 11:39 PM
existence cannot be explained.
because it is meaningless nonsense. it is just 'is'.

It can be explained, as it is biology which is chemistry which is physics.
Rather, the purpose of existence can not be explained (With the evidence we currently have.).

One may see existence as meaningless, but that does not disable the mechanics behind it.

Blarraun
3rd-February-2014, 11:49 PM
It can be explained, as it is biology which is chemistry which is physics.
Rather, the purpose of existence can not be explained (With the evidence we currently have.).

One may see existence as meaningless, but that does not disable the mechanics behind it.
Biology, chemistry and physics rely on the perceivable and restricted nature of the universe that cannot prove its validity and only probability.

There is no purpose other than created by a man, as there is no explanation other than provided by some men to other men.

Rook
4th-February-2014, 12:20 AM
Biology, chemistry and physics rely on the perceivable and restricted nature of the universe that cannot prove its validity and only probability.

There is no purpose other than created by a man, as there is no explanation other than provided by some men to other men.

True, but wether we are in a matrix, part of a multiverse, or the comatose imaginings of greater beings, our universe is still driven by physics.

There does not need to be an apparent purpose for the universe to exist through physics, as I evidenced by the current existence of the universe, through physics.

The Void
4th-February-2014, 06:56 AM
It can be explained, as it is biology which is chemistry which is physics.
Rather, the purpose of existence can not be explained (With the evidence we currently have.).

One may see existence as meaningless, but that does not disable the mechanics behind it.
Explained but only superficially.
Because I can indefinitely ask how? just like why?
I can ask why the certain effect follow a certain cause and science can find and underlying system of cause and effect or randomness responsible for that, and I can again ask how that happens and so on, forever.

Rook
4th-February-2014, 09:27 AM
Explained but only superficially.
Because I can indefinitely ask how? just like why?
I can ask why the certain effect follow a certain cause and science can find and underlying system of cause and effect or randomness responsible for that, and I can again ask how that happens and so on, forever.

True, an ultimate answer eludes us, and may never be found. For that, one may have to go before the big bang, or outside the universe, which can only transpire if the universe, and we, do not exist.

One may ask these answers to infinity, but physics at least gives correct answers up to a certain point.

Not many human endeavours have such a claim to fame.

s0cratus
7th-February-2014, 08:26 AM
How the quantum theory can explain the Existence?
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Postulate - 1
Physical theory without reference frame is a parody of theory.
Postulate – 2
Quantum particle without geometrical form is a parody of Nature.
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Why I took these two postulates?
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Euclid needed his postulates to create *geometry*.
Einstein needed his postulates to explain SRT.
In quantum theory we don't have reference frame and quantum
particle is only *a mathematical point* therefore we cannot
understand the reality of micro-world.
To limit misunderstanding I take these two postulates.
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If I said: "an elephant fought with a whale", you would laugh.
You know they live in two different reference frames and never can meet.
Of course, there are animals that can live in these two RF, but you know "why".
Now you can read that "big bang" doesn't have RF.
Quantum theory doesn't have RF too.
Then, about what knowledge are we talking?

To study behavior of an elephant you must know what savanna is.
To study behavior of a whale you must know what ocean is.
To study behavior of “ quantum virtual particles” you must know what Vacuum is.
Without to know what vacuum is we have parody of knowledge.
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s0cratus
8th-February-2014, 06:37 AM
Think outside the Earth-box.
a)
We live in Earth- box and see that all electron's (E=h*f)
parameters become infinite ( E= ∞) in interaction with vacuum.
b)
It is forbidden by
* The Law of conservation and transformation of energy/ mass*
c)
But according to Dirac there is another box: Vacuum's holes-box (!)
with virtual negative particles (- E=Mc^2)
d)
So, thinking outside the Earth-box I can suggest that electron (E=h*f)
in Vacuum's holes-box (!) somehow can transform into Dirac's virtual
negative particles (- E=Mc^2).
This local negative energy (- E=Mc^2) for Earth's observer is infinite.
But the truth is hidden in the Vacuum's holes-box.
Without two (2) boxes the quantum phenomena will be puzzle forever.
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