Authors: Daniel L. Burnstein
So far, physicists have considered space as if it were a purely geometric entity and consequently measured it by applying the axioms and theorems of geometry. Quantum-geometry dynamics proposes that space be discrete, finite, and dimensionalized by the negative gravity field between preons(-) (one of only two fundamental particles admitted by the model). It follows that all measurements of space, which we will call quantum-geometric space to distinguish it from metric space, are measurements of the negative gravity field. Hence, while geometric space is an amorphous smooth medium, quantum-geometric space dynamically interacts with matter. The distinction between geometric and quantum-geometric space is an important as there can be enormous discrepancies between the interpretations obtained from geometry and those obtained from quantum-geometry. For instance, the constancy of the speed of light can be shown to be a consequence of the structure of space alone. The discreteness of space also implies that time is not a property of physical reality but a pure relational concept and that reality obeys a principle of strict causality.
Comments: 121 Pages. with corrections of opening of chapter 14 and description of neutrinoless double beta decay
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