Excerpt (see below):

…the entropy condition of an identity is pervasive throughout its spaces.

My comment: The focus of their approach links the evolution of weak bosons into leptons without a source of anti-entropic energy.

If they claimed evolved energy was released when physicists first split the atom, would you believe them?

They are like neo-Darwinian theorists who fail to recognize the need for the anti-entropic virucidal energy of the sun, which links quantized light energy to all biodiversity. Theorists failed to learn what is known to serious scientists about energy-dependent changes that link angstroms to ecosystems in all living genera.

Simply put, they are like George FR Ellis, except he has no excuse for ignoring virus-driven genomic entropy.

Energy vs virus-driven energy theft must be considered in the context of adaptive changes in the brain, June 12, 2016

How often do we still hear that quantum effects can have little relevance in the study of biology, or even that we eat food in order to gain energy? — Roger Penrose


Quantum Relativity

On 8/6/16 at 3:48 pm PuMa Tse wrote:

There are two approaches to superposition. We will focus on the second since it is relevant to our analysis of weak bosons evolving into leptons, their different uses of space, and emerging “structure.” Please note, even though the boson and lepton have the same parts, that does not mean the boson transforms directly into that lepton.

1. the combination of two quantum states is another valid quantum state. In other words, each quantum state or variable is in some way interconnected with other quantum states and variables. This is consistent with the Periodic Matrix (see book in pinned post).
2. a particle is both a material identity and a wave function relative to that identity’s value. Ironically this assertion links Relativity to wavicles in QM, such that E=mc²=hv.

In QR, the technical identity of matter is directly related and proportional to its change function. As variables, spatial definitions depend on and are contained by change functions. This means change functions will assert themselves at points within a space as a function of the entropy (change) function of the whole, not as a function of the parts. This can make them seemingly appear and disappear at will (e.g. something from seemingly nothing).

This is important because the entropy condition of an identity is pervasive throughout its spaces. When we say a weak boson consists of a pair of bound rg Weyl Fermions, those entropy conditions are bound together and are pervasive across the entire volume, When the same boson components define an electron, the bond is split and becomes an entanglement. This means there are two entropy conditions that can be anywhere and everywhere within the space of the electron.

The difference between the two is whether the resulting entropy is acting as a bond resulting in a volume, or an entanglement resulting in a surface. Because entropies (j=r, h=g, -i=b) define spaces, entanglements are two-dimensional. That means the electron consists of a surface without volume. Of course if you nucleate it by a temporal entanglement with a proton, the surface gets applied to a common radius resulting in a sphere with a wave surface.

Every point in the rg defined weak boson has two sets of entropy conditions: 2rg as inactive providing the substance, and 2b are active providing the space and interactive potential. The colors simply illustrate the specific entropy (change function) conditions that can be observed at every point in the volume. The same is essentially true of the electron, except part of the roles reverse: the 2rg are active and 2b are inactive. Because 2b is inactive, it cannot define the particle as a volume.

In either case, it is the inactive part that defines the relativistic qualities (e.g. mass). Any color identity has the same amount of force as any other color in the same period of the periodic particle table (https://www.facebook.com/QuantumRelativity.PT/photos/a.1654652591429568.1073741827.1654650391429788/1780465822181577/?type=3&theater). When combined, as with rg, the amount of space occupied is not different because it is shared, so the resulting spacetime is more dense. As such, 2rg has significantly more value than 2b.

The entropies contain and divide a space into an infinite continuous sequence. Without a change function, an axis has only its total value (e.g. quanta). With a change function you can plot points within that total value. Every axis has its definition and totality, but without a change function, it is just a static undivided whole. The universe is utilitarian, so every space is contained and divided into points by an entropy function.

For the inactive entropy condition to define mass, it must contain active forces. Acting on a mass as to accelerate it increases the active forces in that inactive entropy space causing temporal and mass dilation (Lorentz factor and relativistic momentum).

Forces accumulating in an available inactive space (because it is extra-temporal) will ultimately trigger differentiation (new particle creation) when permittivity is achieved. Permittivity will trigger the entropy to become active when it should be inactive. Weak bosons can conditionally decay into quarks or other weak bosons by this mechanism.

The question now becomes “What is the mechanism by which the roles reverse in a weak boson that results in a lepton?” The most likely answer is the inconvenient entropies—namely the smoothing effect of entropy imposed from a higher generation of matter. In chemistry we may call such an opportunity a catalyst. Our concern at this time in QR is not so much a matter of how these changes occur (QM), but rather the effects of these changes on fields and other qualities.

See also: Scientific method: Defend the integrity of physics


…what potential observational or experimental evidence is there that would persuade you that the theory is wrong and lead you to abandoning it? If there is none, it is not a scientific theory. The imprimatur of science should be awarded only to a theory that is testable. Only then can we defend science from attack.


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