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Einstein is known to have objected to quantum predictions that suggest entangled particles can be separated to vast distances and when the state of one particle is observed the state of the other is instantly known, he apparently called it "spooky action at a distance".
Well it may not bee so spooky after all, because what my theory predicts is even more spooky..
The equation that describes the relationship between the electrons potential and the protons potential as follows;
\[\phi_e=\frac{\Phi\phi_{gnd}}{2}\sqrt{1\frac{\phi_{gnd}^2}{\Phi^2}}\]
Where upper case Phi stands for the proton potential.
What this equation says, is the electrons potential is half the difference between the observers potential and the proton potential multilied by the gamma factor, now that's pretty amazing in itself, but wait there is more...
Understanding the implicatins of this equation goes a lot deeper, because there is nothing in this equation to say that it only affects local electrons and protons.
Yes, this is where it becomes really spooky, because it says, the ratio of every electron and proton in the entire Universe changes as a result of the observers potential. In practical terms that means when you climb a ladder, the mass ratio of the electrons and protons in the Andromeda galaxy change..., now that's spooky!
In our daily persuits the changes in our potential are relatively small, up and down a ladder might mean a few volts, back and forth in our car might mean a few more volts, but hardly enough to cause a disaster, however some time in the distant future, when our potentials have fallen to 469 MeV, this equation states that every electron in the universe will also be at 469 meV, which predicts that the entire Universe will annihilate at that moment for that observer.
But don't worry, it's a long time from now..
A nicer way to explain this equation is to say that it puts us in charge of our own destiny, it says what we do changes the world, so maybe we should call it the destiny equation.
Steven
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Well it may not bee so spooky after all, because what my theory predicts is even more spooky..
The equation that describes the relationship between the electrons potential and the protons potential as follows;
\[\phi_e=\frac{\Phi\phi_{gnd}}{2}\sqrt{1\frac{\phi_{gnd}^2}{\Phi^2}}\]
Where upper case Phi stands for the proton potential.
What this equation says, is the electrons potential is half the difference between the observers potential and the proton potential multilied by the gamma factor, now that's pretty amazing in itself, but wait there is more...
Understanding the implicatins of this equation goes a lot deeper, because there is nothing in this equation to say that it only affects local electrons and protons.
Yes, this is where it becomes really spooky, because it says, the ratio of every electron and proton in the entire Universe changes as a result of the observers potential. In practical terms that means when you climb a ladder, the mass ratio of the electrons and protons in the Andromeda galaxy change..., now that's spooky!
In our daily persuits the changes in our potential are relatively small, up and down a ladder might mean a few volts, back and forth in our car might mean a few more volts, but hardly enough to cause a disaster, however some time in the distant future, when our potentials have fallen to 469 MeV, this equation states that every electron in the universe will also be at 469 meV, which predicts that the entire Universe will annihilate at that moment for that observer.
But don't worry, it's a long time from now..
A nicer way to explain this equation is to say that it puts us in charge of our own destiny, it says what we do changes the world, so maybe we should call it the destiny equation.
Steven
Have any questions? Then register above and post your questions, you don't need a PHD to understand the world.
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Steven Sesselmann
Only a person mad enough to think he can change the world, can actually do it...
Only a person mad enough to think he can change the world, can actually do it...