Post Helsinki reflections...
After the first day of the conference about "Scientific
Models and a Comprehensive Picture of Reality", may 20th
2016 at The House of Science and Letters in Helsinki it
dawned on me that I am in fact a rather lousy writer. The
aim of anyone writing about new scientific ideas, especially
if they are his own, is to explain those ideas to the reader
which, as I found out that evening from a Helsinki host
philosopher visiting this site, is where I have failed. I
explained those ideas to him on the spot with success I
believe, but I am afraid he did not get the message by just
reading the essays on my site.
However, here follows a condensed account of the alleged
virtues of the "Dynamic Present" and about the ideas that
brought it about.
The lecture on period doubling delivered by professor Ari
Lehto on Saturday, may 21st suggest to me that the
oscillations of the Dynamic Present would provide a natural
environment for structure creating by period doubling as
well as for the birth of time and simultaneity.
Posted 27/5 2016
The Dynamic Present came about in order to account for the
probable origin and progress of time. Because the mechanics of
discontinuous time, once properly understood, also has bearing
on the phenomenon of space and of motion, the scope of
insights quickly grew past the initial phenomenon so that it
now also cover the cause of gravitation, mass and inertia. The
actual mechanism at work during acceleration and during non
accelerated motion is covered and the emerging picture also
explains the cause and origin of the quantum realm.
The mechanism and nature of time is unexplained in the
Standard Model and as far as I know also in every other model
of the universe save for this one.
In the Dynamic Present "time" is a discontinuous phenomenon
consisting of a rapid succession of simultaneous volumetric
pulses of the bulk fabric of our entire universe. Probably a
remnant of the rather violent oscillations of the fabric of
space supposedly induced by the "Big Bang" incident.
Given the scope of plausible insights, this proposed model
seem rather close to the truth. However, since the whole idea
of a "Dynamic Present" comes from a layman's interpretation of
the available information, I would welcome a deep analysis by
the physicists and philosophers who organized the Helsinki
The composition and properties of an eventual fabric of our
universe is unknown, but would to some extent be possible to
infer by the behavior of certain observables. The speed of
light is one of these. The expansion of the universe is
another as well as the increasing rate of expansion. The
available clues are abundant. The trick is to understand how
they relate to one another which is what the Dynamic Present
was invented to show.
According to the Dynamic Present, the fabric of our universe
seem to have characteristics similar to those of a perfect
crystal. One that is millions of times more elastic then a
diamond. "Space" is the state of this crystal after it has
experienced the Big Bang incident. It oscillates, and when the
crystal-like fabric enters into volume-vise oscillations after
the Big Bang, secondary oscillations that are able to move in
any direction also appear, presumably due to an excess of
energy injected by the Big Bang. Some of these we know to be
transverse. Those are the Bosons. In the "wild" they zip about
with the speed of light and never stops.
Other secondary oscillations which we don't know for certain
to actually be oscillations, are the Fermions. That is.. we
think they have a "dual" identity in the sense that they
sometimes show their "wavy" character and sometimes their
"particle" character. However, the Dynamic Present insist that
Fermions also are waves. To be sure, particles do not exist at
all in the Dynamic Present Universe since they would not be
able to move about. Therefore everything oscillates, and in
the case of the fermions, the oscillations are longitudinal
instead of transverse. This allows the pulse of the fermions
to resonate with the oscillations of the "background" crystal
while staying at the same spot. The energy in these pulses
then move between the center of each longitudinal pulse and
the total volume of the universe, bouncing at the center of
each longitudinal fermion in a way rather similar to how the
phenomenon of sonoluminescence behave, and then "bounce" again
when the energy has stretched the oscillating crystal to the
extreme. The pulse of energy then heads back towards a new
bounce at the center of each fermion.
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