Theory of Everything.

Discussion in 'Alternative Theories' started by Orion68, Aug 11, 2019.

  1. Orion68 Registered Member

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  3. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Hello Orion68,

    You say you have a replacement for quantum physics. That's interesting.

    Can you perhaps show us how you can predict the emission spectrum of the hydrogen atom using your new theory, or would that take too long to post here? Can I find that derivation in your paper?
     
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  5. Orion68 Registered Member

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    The article is only forty pages, not describing every known phenomenon. The same goes for this pheonemenon.
    After all that's been said in this thread I'm hesitating in asking you to read the article and understand what's been written and hopefully come up with an explanation yourself based on the theory. In fact, that would be great. One person only knows that much and/or has limited time.
    My first thought on this would be to calculate the movements of all the internal zero-point particles of the hydrogen atom. It should become obvious which orbitals are stable and which are not. Since hydrogen has only one electron this should be a relatieve simpele calculation in this case. The fact of a spectrum of emission hints to a huge multitude of stable configurations for the hydrogen, which can be demonstrated by heating up the atom, releasing specific photons due to the conversion of low energy particles (traditional heatwaves) into higher energy particles (the observed photons). Hope this makes any sense, the terrain in this aspect in uncharted theory for me, but somehow deducable from the theory.
    That's why I want to share this theory, it is only a foundation for a new understanding, not already the immediate answer to all observed phenomena. I hope that physicists who give the theory the benefit of the doubt will think/experiment further on what's been laid down by me and my co-thinker/writer. I'm in no way in the position to explain every phenomenon observed yet.
     
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  7. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 69 years old Valued Senior Member

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    In the same way I am not able to explain my theory of unicorn poop is good for skin rejuvenation when mixed with homeopathic water

    Have hard time finding
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    I will continue though because this is a much neglected area of science research and ripe for Earth shattering Nobel Prize award in the mystical beast category

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  8. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Not quite.

    Speaking as a chemist, what I am interested in is how in your non-QM model, you account for what we currently regard as "shells" (orbitals) within the atom, which are filled successively as atomic number increases, due to the constraints of the Pauli Exclusion Principle (in other words the Aufbauprinzip, which is the QM basis for understanding the Periodic Table).

    If you have done away with the wave nature of matter, which is what gives rise to these orbitals in QM, how do you arrive at an equivalent result?
     
  9. Orion68 Registered Member

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    Please go spread your humor in another thread. I like to seriously discuss the theory. No offense taken...
     
  10. Orion68 Registered Member

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    The orbitals are caused by the curvatures of spacetime surrounding the zero-point particles. For an outside observer those spacetime curvatures will bend the straight movements paths of the zero-point particles. One can imagine that a proton on itself gives an electron a lot of degrees of moving around the nucleus. The combined curvatures of the zero-point particles curve the spacetime around them in a specific way and a straight moving electron will follow the these combined curvatures.
    A more complex nucleus will bend spacetime in a much more complex way. The electron will follow these combined curvatures. A complex particle gives a complex imprint on spacetime thus allowing only specific movements tracks which are stable. The stable orbitals are the place in spacetime where the electron will follow a path that is dictated by the form of the nucleus and its imprint on spacetime curvature. The more complex a nucleus, the more 'imprints' on spacetime surrounding the nucleus. This leading to a situation where only specific curvatures around a nucleus can make the electron follow a stable path around the nucleus.
     
  11. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 69 years old Valued Senior Member

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    No offense intended but I think my idea has a better chance of being peer reviewed

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  12. Orion68 Registered Member

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    I understand. You are of the team that in the past would have refuted the idea of the earth circling the sun because all the other scientists say so.
     
  13. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Ah, so there are still electrons in orbitals, then. Good, I see.

    But I'm intrigued by the idea that it is the complexity or lack of it that causes the configurations of the orbitals. So, if we take the hydrogen atom, with just one proton as its nucleus, what orbital pattern does that create? Just the one orbital, for the one electron?
     
  14. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 69 years old Valued Senior Member

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    Noooooooo I am of the individual who would listen to the evidence and made my own mind up based on evidence

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  15. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    This never happened, by the way.

    It was the Church, not other scientists, that took issue with Galileo's interpretation of the Copernican model. (Copernicus, who developed it, was actually commended by the church for his work, I seem to recall.)
     
  16. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 69 years old Valued Senior Member

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    Another individual

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    Will you look into my unicorn poop formula and provide a peer review please

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  17. Orion68 Registered Member

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    Already an orbital for a single proton is extremely complex. The best I've done so far is calculating the internal movements of a quark. I don't have a working model which allows me to see how nine zero-point particles interact, a proton, subclustered in quarks that is. Though the principle is very simple, the equations are enormously complex. I don't have a model that calculates dynamically all those interactions, but I made a start in developing two models to calculate the reality and character of the zero-point particles. Hopefully others will go further than I did.

    What even makes the matter more complex is when neutrons are involved, why don't they influence the amount of electrons a nucleus can hold?

    So, there are still a lot of open pieces of the puzzle, but I think I'm on the right track. But it's just too much for me alone to solve this big puzzle. And since I do not have a sparring partner anymore I'll probably leave the theory as far for what it is and hope someone will pick it up and lift it to an even higher level of precise knowledge.
     
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    Maybe later on, you can always send me your article. An emailadres can be found on the prior mentioned website

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  19. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    I'm impressed that you have the physics/math chops to analyze the theory sufficiently well that you can poke fun at it.

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    I know I sure don't. I'd feel like I'm on the foothills of Everest - pointing at the guy who's half way to the top - and making fun of his climbing skills.
     
  20. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Your remark about neutrons is interesting.

    In the QM picture, electrons are confined to the orbital by the electrostatic attraction between them and the protons. So the QM model predicts (successfully) that the number of neutrons in the nucleus has no effect on electronic structure.

    Does your model do away with electrostatic charge as well, then? What confines the electron, if not charge?
     
  21. Orion68 Registered Member

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    I do not deny the results of quantum mechanics, in my opinion the QM model is roughly correct, I just offer another viewpoint on how to look at matter at the smallest scale. Quantum mechanics is a good tool to meta-calculate the interactions between the zero-point particles. It does however not offer a view under Heisenberg's boundary, the zero point particles are below that level and thus our theory is a more detailed description of reality. When two or more zero point particles interact they can be observed.

    The model does give an an explanation for (electro)magnetic fields.

    The electron is in a mechanical orbit around the proton because it moves over a curvature track surrounding the proton. What confines the moon to the earth?
     
  22. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    That would be gravity.
    We're going back to a planetary model of the atom?
     
  23. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    But spacetime curvature is due to gravitation in GR and is a function of mass, whereas in QM the electron is confined by electrostatic attraction and is a function of charge.

    So presumably you must have some - wholly new- way of modelling electrostatic attraction (and repulsion) in terms of spacetime curvature of a different sort. Right?
     

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