Quantum Physics

   

Quantum Hyperspheres

Authors: Peter J Carroll

This paper explores the hypothesis that fundamental particles (both fermions and bosons) consist of Hyperspheres (3-Spheres or 4-balls) and that the wave – particle duality of fundamental particles arises from their having a certain extremely small minimum size rather than a dimensionless point-like nature; but that this minimum size can appear to have the characteristics of a wavelength due to ‘Spin’ and the Uncertainty Principle. This paper combines some extensions of Gödel’s rotating universe idea and Einstein-Cartan theory, both of which derive from General Relativity to yield a result that may have some relevance to our understanding of Quantum Mechanics and thus provide a bridge to some form of Quantum Geometry.

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[v1] 2016-11-10 05:36:42

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