Quantum Physics

   

The Raspberry Shaped Super Symmetric Multiverse Without a Cat Paradox.

Authors: Leo Vuyk

A Supersymmetric Multiverse interpretation of Quantum Mechanics with instant quantum entanglement at universal distances. This many worlds or Supersymmetric Multiverse interpretation of quantum mechanics is the idea that NOT all possible alternate histories of the universe NEED to exist IF there is instant mirror symmetrical wavefunction collapse in at least two distant (Charge and Parity) mirror symmetric (anti)-universes. IF this is the case, then we could argue that still all alternate histories exist, but have the same anti-copy result of wavefunction collapse. Mirror symmetrical Clocks are running over there with left handed rotation, but time is running still forward. Dual entangled Schrödinger Cats and anti-Cats in both universes, die or live instantly (superpositioned) without looking at them: they (the nuclear decay trigger) look to each other by long distant instant entanglement. Schrödinger was not aware of that possibility of course so he described the paradox, which became known as Schrödinger’s cat paradox. However deep down the Planck scale at the Higgs level there seem to be TWO entangled pinball machines active between dual anti-copy universes. The oscillating Higgs energy is compared with the pinball springs and the pinballs could be compared with the Fermions and photons

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[v1] 2013-08-17 08:11:33
[v2] 2013-08-19 05:10:51
[v3] 2015-12-29 15:09:10

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