Quantum Gravity and String Theory


MCS Physics Article 2: Emp and Time

Authors: Meir Amiram

In Article 1 I concluded that there is an elementary mass particle EMP, comprising a GG which is no less and no more than a mechanism capable of receiving a particular input from its environment and of returning a particular output to the environment, within a particular time frame[1]. In the present article, I deduce that said time frame is divisible into three non overlapping time intervals: T1 stands for the time interval during which the particle receives the input; T2 stands for the time interval during which the input is processed by the particle; and T3 stands for the time interval during which an output is returned from the particle to the environment.

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