B. Schmeikal: Decay of Motion: The Anti-Physics of Space-Time

Author: Bernd Schmeikal (Wiener Institute for Social Science, Documentation and Methodology (WISDOM), R&D, Wien, Austria)

Book Description:
This monograph investigates a discrete theory beyond space and time of QCD-entanglement that creates space-time. Quantum entanglement is known as the most striking property of electrodynamics. It is providing both a foundation for quantum information technology and a challenge for theoretical physics. Unfortunately the equations of motion for entangled systems, quantum jumps and similar phenomena are always conceived as models in space-time. Regardless whether we consider a quantized local oscillator, a heterodyne detection model, a Bell inequality, a CHSH-inequality, an objective pure state system, or a nonlinear steering inequality, it is always formulated in space-time, using the x, sigma_x and so on. This is a serious mistake, since proceeding in this way, we are trying to build dynamic space-time models of those events that bring about this very space-time, the ‘frames’, wherein they seem to move.
Although most of us who carry out calculations in EPR quantum-steering experiments and quantum computation are acquainted with the Kochen-Specker theorem, we are still deriving our estimates for expectation values of densities and inequalities from the implicit assumption of states in Hilbert-space. Though some of us have cooperatively managed to close all the major loopholes, the locality loophole, the freedom-of-choice loophole and the detection loophole, none of us has as yet realized that a closure of the locality-loophole in strong qcd-interaction is entirely impossible. A space-like separation of hadronic events cannot be achieved. The reason for our weak models is in the lacking of a suitable exact theory of interaction. Such a theory is complete and phenomenologically consistent to some extent. Theoretically, both the iterant algebra of polarized entangled strings as well as the derived geometric algebra of the known space-time are incompatible with complete space-like separation. The loophole opening up on this basis, is as large and as old as that universe we pretend to know.
Time as a forth coordinate does not have the same relevance in quantum mechanics as position. This has deep phenomenological roots. There is no mathematics of any elementary particle in something like a global space-time.There is no reasonable proof for the existence of any time-energy uncertainty principle Delta E Delta t >= \bar{h}/2 since t is not an operator. The commutator [t, H] does not exist. There is however a possibility to introduce iterative temporal shift- and tangle-time operators as algebraic elements in a self-reflexive domain of discrete events disclosed in presence. Starting with polarization in iterant spaces that allow for touch of events, and logic comparison, it becomes possible that these quantum-informatic events pile up to form both space-time and quantumchromodynamics in its nowadays form. Ultimately, the self-reflexive domain that we may call ‘the present’ turns out as a location-space which contains a substructure that we denote as ‘the past’. The past can be constructed as a partially ordered subset of the present. The present moves, indeed, but it moves beyond time. Time is a locally constructed measure. If we realize this statement, this signifies the begin of an entirely new form of mathematical physics. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. Philosophy
Chapter 2. Entry to Foundations
Chapter 3. Phenomenology of Immediacy
Chapter 4. Polarized Braids and Little Primoridal Frames
Chapter 5. Emergence of Primordial Minkowski Frames
Chapter 6. Majorana Space-Time Spinors
Chapter 7. Color Braids
Chapter 8. Motion and Method
Chapter 9. Envisioned Memory
Technical Appendix: Iteration of Algebra

Series: Physics Research and Technology
Binding: ebook
Pub. Date: 2014
Pages: 7×10 – (NBC-C)
ISBN: 978-1-63117-811-5
Status: AV
Price: 185 USD.

See also B. Schmeikal’s previous books: https://gaupdate.wordpress.com/2013/11/20/b-schmeikal-primorial-space-and-logic-case/

Source: Email by B. Schmeikal, 24 June 2014, bas.schmei_AT_gmail.com, https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=49557

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