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makes sense! will try it in a bit
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I may be more fantasist than physicist, but does this mean space-time is shaped like Da Vinci's water pump in perpetual rotation, powered by electro-magnetic attraction, which ultimately causes a 'cancelling' effect when interactions between photons (light) & electrons (matter) form static individual 'registration portals' of potential energy reference points, that conspire as 'the present' or 'zero', and which convert the infinitely possible and probable outcomes of 'the future' or qubits, into indestructible unified data (the past)?

This makes me wonder if you consider the 'y' axis on a graph to be the Infinite resolution of electro-magnetic interaction, creating all reference points, then there is no negative 'y' axis because it becomes the potential energy to register any possible future outcome, therefore creating the 'x' axis of time, which needs time to create the reference point. 'The past' is then just a record of which possible future was 'registered' by the reference point. The 'z' axis would be an Infinite number of reference points, and all three would be intrinsically linked if the 'z' axis relates to the expanding & accelerating universe, which in turn would need to generate the electro-magnetism.

In my head, this would show a graph that looks like a 3D doughnut with a spiral through the 'hole' and 'zero' at the centre, very similar to the look of a magnetic field, which expresses a self-recycling space-time fractal universe, made up of the indestructible data multiverses from every electron's unique reference point.

Black holes might be a deficit of reference points on the 'z' axis, when the above theory becomes two dimensional, then Hawking radiation may be the interaction between undetermined indestructible data (qubits) and unconverted electro-magnetism.

As I said, I'm no physicist.


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this theory we have a universal process of spherical 4π symmetry forming and breaking. When the spherical
symmetry is broken it forms spiral 2π symmetry in the
form of the Riemann surface rises up out of the complex plane of the 'y' and 'x' axis forming a spiral
pattern. Each time we go around the origin 2πi cylindrical symmetry has to be added and we find
ourselves on another sheet of the complex plane. This represents the future
coming into existences photon by photon with the movement of charge with the
continuous flow of electromagnetic fields. This is a process of continuous
energy exchange with the Planck Constant ħ=h/2π being a constant of action within this process. Nothing has greater
organization or lower entropy than a sphere. Light
photon energy from the Sun cascades down forming greater degrees of freedom for
increasing entropy or disorganization. This process of symmetry forming and
breaking also forms the possibility for the formation of more complex and
diverse forms of symmetry that we see in the
imperfect symmetry of cell life and as the Fibonacci spiral in plant life. 
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The lectures of Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman were legendary. Footage of these lectures does exist, but they are most famously preserved in The Feynman Lectures. The three-volume set may be the most popular collection of physics books ever written, and now you can access it online, in its entirety, for free.
The lectures of Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman were legendary. Footage of these lectures does exist, but they are most famously preserved in The Feynman Lectures. The three-volume set may be the most popular collection of physics books ever written, and now you can access it online, in its entirety, for free.
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