tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post1598046000293470769..comments2016-12-08T21:37:36.908-05:00Comments on Institute of Knowledge: Superposition, Beyond Speed of Light? Albert Einstein and Niels BohrInstitute of Knowledgehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05428494773111546417noreply@blogger.comBlogger10125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-71992498219791402102016-12-08T21:37:36.908-05:002016-12-08T21:37:36.908-05:00The first law of thermodynamics strictly applies t...The first law of thermodynamics strictly applies to closed systems, so antimatter being present would provide a problem, but not necessarily if we correctly apply internal energy. The second law does permit reversal, PROVIDED work is added. Ian Millerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17252375814985734176noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-10876120199637802212016-12-08T20:22:26.778-05:002016-12-08T20:22:26.778-05:00This is what I have to say about Thermodynamics, &...This is what I have to say about Thermodynamics, "The first law of entropy is known as the law of conservation of energy. Really, what about anti matter. That is all to be said on the first law, does anti matter break it, if it does, it is not a law of everything, it is steam engine physics, an isolated system, not everything.<br /><br />The second law of entropy says things cannot be reversed, but in smelters, ancient man 30 000 years ago had smelters, creating pure elements copper, iron, That is why it is important to read other works, the isolation of information is reversing the process, that is how we know things because information could be isolated, pure iron last existed after super novas, man has reversed the process, taking oxidized iron ore and purifying it in furnaces. Processes can be reversed, here is a good journal piece to read just to understand isolation of information, the piece is called why economics is a science, information the grand unifier. http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=63721<br /><br />Think about it, when you switch of a television you can do the reverse, switch it on, thermodynamics is therefore not about information, but a segment of information, things are reversed everyday, information reverses everyday, thermodynamics has limited principles applicable to the theory of everything.You change your mind back after thinking a decision, thermodynamics is too limited.<br /><br />The third and final law of thermodynamics suggests at absolute zero there is no activity, have these people tested dark matter, is there no activity at absolute zero?<br /><br />The theory of Everything is here, http://instituteofknowledge.blogspot.ca/2016/10/what-is-theory-of-everything.html<br /><br />As for the concept of spatial dimensions, we can agree. Institute of Knowledgehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05428494773111546417noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-87897901952262976332016-12-08T16:13:21.364-05:002016-12-08T16:13:21.364-05:00Lukas, thank you for the link. Regarding non-local...Lukas, thank you for the link. Regarding non-locality, if I interpret correctly, the essay essentially supports the Einstein view, which, as it happens, I agree with. The important point for me is that polarised photons must obey statistically the Malus law, because otherwise when you send enough photons through, the Malus law would not apply. If you assume the Malus law, which is a statement on the law of conservation of energy, which in turn I rather fancy as being relevant, then the way the Aspect experiment is run, you get "violations" of Bell's inequality, but energy is not conserved. My argument is there is a logic error in the way the results are analysed.<br /><br />As it happens, I have my own interpretation of quantum mechanics. For me, there are two important points. First, the assumption that the wave function is always complex is wrong, or alternatively, Euler's complex number theory is wrong, and I back Euler on mathematics. The wave function becomes real at the antinode provided the antinode is properly identified. (In the central field, probability is determined by the square of ψ.r, to compensate for the expansion of space as you get further from the centre.) If you accept that, and accept that it is when the wave is real that we can assign certain physical properties, then for a plane travelling wave, the distance between crests represents the action h, which is why action is quantised. From that premise, the Uncertainty Principle and the Exclusion principle follow. In my opinion, Euler's mathematics should be recognised in any interpretation of quantum mechanics.<br /><br />My second difference would be more controversial. I argue the phase velocity of the wave should equal the expectation particle velocity, so that in a diffraction experiment the wave and the particle get to the grating at more or less the same time. If so, the wave has to transmit energy, which is what waves usually do, BUT the question then is, where is this energy? In my view, if there is a wave, the energy is in the complex space, whatever that represents, but presumably another dimension, which I know many will see as ugly. I am not happy with it either, but at least the maths are coherent at last.Ian Millerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17252375814985734176noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-25444087607381614842016-12-08T07:47:49.825-05:002016-12-08T07:47:49.825-05:00Interesting discussion. In fact there is a local ...Interesting discussion. In fact there is a local and clear explanation for all these things, perhaps these papers will help you work through the difficulty: <br /><br />"The emperor has no nonlocality", Lukas Saul, Physics Essays 2015<br />and<br />http://vixra.org/abs/1611.0059lukas saulnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-88645409712389182852016-12-06T21:21:03.915-05:002016-12-06T21:21:03.915-05:00email sentemail sentIan Millerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17252375814985734176noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-22987441751426636682016-12-06T20:59:12.558-05:002016-12-06T20:59:12.558-05:00instituteofknowledge@gmail.cominstituteofknowledge@gmail.comInstitute of Knowledgehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05428494773111546417noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-14241517717980426992016-12-06T20:38:48.625-05:002016-12-06T20:38:48.625-05:00I trued pasting a copy of the blogs, but there is ...I trued pasting a copy of the blogs, but there is character limitation to comments, so that did not work. Send me an email address and I shall post the arguments.Ian Millerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17252375814985734176noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-77814524134470261552016-12-06T19:03:47.820-05:002016-12-06T19:03:47.820-05:00I can't open your blogs, it sends me to sign u...I can't open your blogs, it sends me to sign up to word press, that means blogs on wordpress.com can't be shared unless one is a member, everybody has their own interpretations of liberty.<br /><br />What if I said I have seen the light and I agree with you 100%, that's why we must have a race, the horses must run.Institute of Knowledgehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05428494773111546417noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-10254234221184874132016-12-06T18:59:02.440-05:002016-12-06T18:59:02.440-05:00I can't open your blogs, it sends me to sign u...I can't open your blogs, it sends me to sign up to word press, that means blogs on wordpress.com can't be shared unless one is a member, everybody has their own interpretations of liberty.<br /><br />What if I said I agree with you 100%, that's why we must have a race, the horses must run.Institute of Knowledgehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05428494773111546417noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6177844902138634746.post-2554489761224504432016-12-06T15:19:39.569-05:002016-12-06T15:19:39.569-05:00In my opinion, the Aspect experiments cannot demon...In my opinion, the Aspect experiments cannot demonstrate violations of Bell's inequalities because the inequalities are mathematical consequences of the agree properties, and if there are genuine violations, either those properties are false or the associative law of sets does not apply, and that would mean all mathematics fails. What I believe is there are errors of logic in the analysis of the data. I have outlined this in a chapter in my ebook "Guidance Waves - an alternative interpretation of quantum mechanics" and summarised in two blog posts:<br />https://wordpress.com/post/ianmillerblog.wordpress.com/542 <br />https://wordpress.com/post/ianmillerblog.wordpress.com/547 <br /><br />If anyone can see an error in these, please let me know, BUT as it stands, unless I have made a gross error, which nobody else has seen so far, the standard "violation" data implies a violation of the laws of probability, i.e. the probability of finding one photon > 1Ian Millerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17252375814985734176noreply@blogger.com