|Networks and Momenta
Paper that develops the elementary physics interpretation; submitted at DICE2020
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Starting from an Information and Communication Theory perspective and exploiting the concepts derived from intuitionist mathematic and the surreal numbers, the aim of this contribution is to propose new conjectures on spacetime and its physical interpretation, towards a deeper understanding of elementary particles and matter.
In a Universe discrete on space and time, two time-momenta components are considered. The time-dimensions are derived in the context of an imaginary coherent time ict (related to 3D probabilistic Space) and a phase with an orthogonal Absolute Time pulse Tk (not intended in the Newtonian sense but defined in the correlation of distant imaginary points in space and related to persisting information). The Absolute Time is described as a discrete computational memory and a neural network acting as a compression algorithm. At each cycle it stores and projects on the imaginary time the full information Space. The discrete evolution considered leads to the definition of a coherent Now, pictured as the thick Now of intuitionist mathematical languages.
Elementary particles are described as networks of entangled imaginary distances evolving as packets of information in terms of the momenta along the Absolute Time and the imaginary coherent time (a mathematical derivation of the given momenta is proposed, in both relativistic and quantum mechanical terms). Following the model, static mass is related to persisting information and gravity is described as information tensors on the coming imaginary time due to the memory of the past states available in Tk. Additional hypotheses on the behavior of information in Black Holes are given in the last chapter.
Further conjectures on the Hubble parameter and on how color and electric charges are intended in the proposed geometry are collected in a separate Annex..
|09-2019||Conjectures on Spacetime
First scientific contribution; presented at the TM2019 INAF conference
docs at the INAF Archive and on youtube
a bag full of insights and inspirations on everything and nothing
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