Quantum Gravity and String Theory


The Magic Fermion Repelling Stringy Fuzzball Black Hole, the Origin of a Cyclic Raspberry Multiverse.

Authors: Leo Vuyk

This consciousness theory of everything, also called Quantum FFF Theory, (FFF = Function Follows Form) is a semi classical theory based on a symmetrical Big Bang into 8 or 12 Charge Parity (CP) symmetric copy universes. However such a cyclic multiverse seems to be only possible with special ingredients, 1: a propeller shaped fermion able transform by collision and spin in two pitch directions. 2: A compact String knot based dark matter Fuzzball black hole with enough rigid string content, to become stable against the fierce oscillations of the oscillating vacuum lattice and repelling all spinning Fermions. but not other black hole nuclei or photons. As a result, The Quantum FFF Theory is a semi classical theory because it describes reality by the real collision and shape transformation processes of real sub quantum rigid stringy multiverse entangled particles. Each particle is supposed to be conscious by its entanglement with 8 or 12 CP symmetric copy particles located inside 8 or 12 Charge Parity (CP) symmetric universal bubbles at long distance in raspberry shape.

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[v1] 2019-09-19 09:59:08
[v2] 2019-10-22 02:36:40

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