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[16] viXra:0810.0016 [pdf] submitted on 31 Oct 2008

Hypergeometrical Universe Theory Summary

Authors: Marco Pereira
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

The Hypergeometrical Universe Theory (HU) is a purely geometrical theory that proposes many paradigm changes
Category: Relativity and Cosmology

[15] viXra:0810.0015 [pdf] submitted on 31 Oct 2008

A Simple Note on the Pair Quasar-Galaxy NGC 7319

Authors: José Francisco García Juliá
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

A few years ago was discovered [1] a pair quasar-galaxy NGC 7319 with different redshifts, this fact, which is contrary to the law of Hubble and therefore to the Bing Bang model, could be explained by the gravitational redshift.
Category: Astrophysics

[14] viXra:0810.0014 [pdf] submitted on 28 Oct 2008

A Simplified View of the Universe

Authors: José Francisco García Juliá
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

In this article, we consider, in a simple way, that the universe could be flat and infinite, and that the excited atoms of the galaxies would produce the redshift.
Category: Relativity and Cosmology

[13] viXra:0810.0013 [pdf] submitted on 26 Oct 2008

Water Memory and the Realization of Genetic Code at Elementary Particle Level

Authors: Matti Pitkänen
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

This article represents a speculative model in which a connection between homeopathy and water memory with phantom DNA effect is proposed and on basis of this connection a vision about how the hardware of topological quantum computation (tqc) represented by the genome is actively developed by subjecting it to evolutionary pressures represented by a virtual world representation of the physical environment and internal mileau including basic bio-molecules. The most important result is the discovery that the analogs of DNA, RNA and aminoacid are realized as dark nuclei realized as neutral dark nuclear strings. Vertebrate nuclear genetic code is predicted correctly. The result suggests deep and totally unexpected connection between elementary particle physics and biology.
Category: Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[12] viXra:0810.0012 [pdf] submitted on 26 Oct 2008

About the Nature of Time

Authors: Matti Pitkänen
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

The identification of the experienced time te and geometric time tg involves well-known problems. Physicist is troubled by the reversibility of tg contra irreversibility of te, by the con ict between determinism of Schrödinger equation and the non-determinism of state function reduction, and by the poorly understood the origin of the arrow of tg. In biology the second law of thermodynamics might be violated in its standard form for short time intervals. Neuroscientist knows that the moment of sensory experience has a finite duration, does not understand what memories really are, and is bothered by the Libet's puzzling finding that neural activity seems to precede conscious decision. These problems are discussed in the framework of Topological Geometrodynamics (TGD) and TGD inspired theory of consciousness constructed as a generalization of quantum measurement theory. In TGD space-times are regarded as 4-dimensional surfaces of 8-dimensional space-time H = M4xCP2 and obey classical field equations. The basic notions of consciousness theory are quantum jump and self. Subjective time is identified as a sequence of quantum jumps. Self has as a geometric correlate a fixed volume of H- "causal diamond"-defining the perceptive field of self. Quantum states are regarded as quantum superpositions of space-time surfaces of H and by quantum classical correspondence assumed to shift towards the geometric past of H quantum jump by quantum jump. This creates the illusion that perceiver moves to the direction of the geometric future. Self is curious about the geometric future and induces the shift bringing it to its perceptive field. Macroscopic quantum coherence and the identification of space-times as surfaces in H play a crucial role in this picture allowing to understand also other problematic aspects in the relationship between experienced and geometric time.
Category: Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[11] viXra:0810.0011 [pdf] submitted on 26 Oct 2008

Quantum Model for Nerve Pulse and EEG

Authors: Matti Pitkänen
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

In this article a unified model of nerve pulse and EEG is discussed.
Category: Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[10] viXra:0810.0010 [pdf] submitted on 26 Oct 2008

The Notion of Wave-Genome and DNA as Topological Quantum Computer

Authors: Matti Pitkänen
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

Peter Gariaev and collaborators have reported several strange effects of laser light and also ordinary light on DNA. These findings include the rotation of polarization plane of laser light by DNA, phantom DNA effect, the transformation of laser light to radio-wave photons having biological effects, the coding of DNA sequences to the modulated polarization plane of laser light and the ability of this kind of light to induce gene expression in another organisms provided the modulated polarization pattern corresponds to an "address" characterizing the organism, and the formation of images of what is believed to be DNA sample itself and of the objects of environment by DNA sample in a cell irradiated by ordinary light in UV-IR range. In this chapter a TGD based model for these effects is discussed. A speculative picture proposing a connection between homeopathy, water memory, and phantom DNA effect is discussed and on basis of this connection a vision about how the tqc hardware represented by the genome is actively developed by subjecting it to evolutionary pressures represented by a virtual world representation of the physical environment. The speculation inspired by this vision is that genetic code as well as DNA-, RNA- and amino-acid sequences should have representation in terms of nuclear strings. The model for dark baryons indeed leads to an identification of these analogs and the basic numbers of genetic code including also the numbers of aminoacids coded by a given number of codons are predicted correctly. Hence it seems that genetic code is universal rather than being an accidental outcome of the biological evolution.
Category: Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[9] viXra:0810.0009 [pdf] submitted on 26 Oct 2008

A Model for Protein Folding and Bio-catalysis

Authors: Matti Pitkänen
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

The model for the evolution of genetic code leads to the idea that the folding of proteins obeys a folding code inherited from the genetic code. After some trials one ends up with a general conceptualization of the situation with the identification of wormhole magnetic ux tubes as correlates of attention at molecular level so that a direct connection with TGD inspired theory of consciousness emerges at quantitative level. This allows a far reaching generalization of the DNA as topological quantum computer paradigm and makes it much more detailed. By their asymmetric character hydrogen bonds are excellent candidates for magnetic ux tubes serving as correlates of attention at molecular level.
Category: Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[8] viXra:0810.0008 [pdf] submitted on 26 Oct 2008

Evolution in Many-Sheeted Space-Time

Authors: Matti Pitkänen
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

The topics of the chapter has been restricted to those, which seem to represent the most well-established ideas. There are many other, more speculative, ideas such as the strong form of the hypothesis that plasmoid like life forms molecular life forms has evolved in "Mother Gaia's womb", maybe even in the hot environment defined by the boundary of mantle and core.
Category: Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[7] viXra:0810.0007 [pdf] submitted on 26 Oct 2008

DNA as Topological Quantum Computer

Authors: Matti Pitkänen
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

This article represents a vision about how DNA might act as a topological quantum computer (tqc). Tqc means that the braidings of braid strands define tqc programs and M-matrix (generalization of S-matrix in zero energy ontology) defining the entanglement between states assignable to the end points of strands define the tqc usually coded as unitary time evolution for Schrödinger equation. One can ends up to the model in the following manner.
Category: Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[6] viXra:0810.0006 [pdf] submitted on 26 Oct 2008

TGD Inspired Quantum Model of Living Matter

Authors: Matti Pitkänen
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

Basic ideas of TGD inspired view about quantum biology are discussed. TGD inspired theory of consciousness provides the basic conceptual framework besides new view about spacetime and quantum theory, in particular dark matter hierarchy whose levels are labelled by the increasing value of Planck constant so that macroscopic quantum systems are predicted to be present in all length scales. This gives a justification for the notion of field body having onionlike fractal structure with astrophysical size and using biological body as a sensory receptor and motor instrument. Great evolutionary leaps correspond naturally to the increases of Planck constant for the highest level in "personal" hierarchy of Planck constants implying a scaling up of time scales of long term memory and planned action. The notion of magnetic body leads to a generalization of the notion genome: one can assign coherently expressed super genome to single organ and hyper genome to an entire population. Important experimental input comes from high Tc superconductivity, from the strange findings related to cell membrane, and from the effects of ELF em fields on vertebrate brain. The model for EEG based on "dark" photons predicts correctly its band structure and also narrow resonances in theta and beta bands in terms of cyclotron resonance frequencies of biologically important ions.
Category: Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[5] viXra:0810.0005 [pdf] submitted on 26 Oct 2008

Topological Geometrodynamics: What Might Be the First Principles?

Authors: Matti Pitkänen
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

A brief summary of various competing visions about the basic principles of quantum Topological Geometrodynamics (TGD) and about tensions between them is given with emphasis on the recent developments. These visions are following. Quantum physics as as classical spinor field geometry of the "world of classical worlds" consisting or light-like 3-surfaces of the 8-D imbedding space H = M4xCP2; zero energy ontology in which physical states correspond to physical events; TGD as almost topological quantum field theory for light-like 3-surfaces; physics as a generalized number theory with associativity defining the fundamental dynamical principle and involving a generalization of the number concept based on the fusion of real and p-adic number fields to a larger book like structure, the identification of real and various p-adic physics as algebraic completions of rational physics, and the notion of infinite prime; the identification of configuration space Clifford algebra elements as hyper-octonionic conformal fields with associativity condition implying what might be called number theoretic compacticitation; a generalization of quantum theory based on the introduction of hierarchy of Planck constants realized geometrically via a generalization of the notion of imbedding space H to a book like structure with pages which are coverings and orbifolds of H; the notion of finite measurement resolution realized in terms of inclusions of hyperfinite factors as the fundamental dynamical principle implying a generalization of S-matrix to M-matrix identified as Connes tensor product for positive and negative energy parts of zero energy states; two different kinds of extended super-conformal symmetries assignable to the light-cone of H and to the light-like 3-surfaces leading to a concrete construction recipe of M-matrix in terms of generalized Feynman diagrams having light-like 3-surfaces as lines and allowing to formulate generalized Einstein's equations in terms of coset construction.
Category: Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[4] viXra:0810.0004 [pdf] submitted on 11 Oct 2008

Cultural Advantage for Developing Countries: a Summary Note

Authors: Florentin Smarandache, V. Christianto
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

Despite the economics jargon on 'rational choice', nowadays the entire world has nothing else to choose except to succumb under the spell of magic words of modern economics, i.e. 'neoliberalism', 'financial liberalization', 'free market' (laissez-faire), and 'globalization'. All of these can be shown to be part of a preconception, i.e. far beyond the 'neutral' idea of natural sciences. In Fritjof Capra's book 'Turning Point' (Bantam Books, 1982) these phenomena are summarized as follows: economics thinking have started by assuming that in economics sciences one can achieve the same generality and universality that physicists enjoy in doing Natural Sciences. In other words, economists try to become through their work 'hard science' rather than recognizing that in economics the subject of their study is human/people which is far from being predictable, either as individual or as society. In our humble opinion, economics is a mixture of both, hard and soft sciences. In order to show this, we introduce a new study, called Poly-Emporium Theory, where we show that phenomena from hard science and soft science co-exist and interact in economics. Poly-Emporium Theory is the study of interactions among many (big and small) firms in the market, and it is different from oligopoly since poly-emporium takes into consideration the small firms too (not only the big firms that dominate the market as in oligopoly). The above logic of thinking is the starting point to submit a new idea, under the heading of 'Cultural Advantage.' The first book in the series has title: Cultural Advantage for Cities: An alternative for Developing Countries.
Category: Economics and Finance

[3] viXra:0810.0003 [pdf] submitted on 11 Oct 2008

The Common Physical Origin of the Gravitational, Strong and Weak Forces

Authors: Maurizio Michelini
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

Particles moving within the flux of micro-quanta filling the space have been shown to obey the Relativistic Mechanics and to undergo a gravitational "pushing" force with G depending locally on the quantum flux constants. Due to the very little quantum energy Eo , the ratio Eo/mc2 equals about 10-50 so the collisions with particles follow the optical reflection accurately. The simultaneous micro-quanta hitting upon a nucleon are about 1050, a high number due to the small wavelength which results close to Planck's length. Along the joining line between two particles there is a lack of incident quanta (missing beam) which determines unbalanced collisions generating drawing forces between particles by mutual screening. These forces increment the particle energy, as shown for instance by the heating during the gravitational contraction of the galactic gas globules leading to protostars. This mechanism allows to predict that observations of the thermal emission from major solar planets may exceed the power received from solar light. When two particles are very close, the mutual screening highly increments the missing beam, giving rise to a short-range strong force which is of the right strength to hold protons and neutrons within the atomic nuclei. The belief that nuclear forces are "self-produced" by nucleons is disproved. Proof is given for the structure of the simple Deuterium nucleus. The same process originates also a short-range "weak" force on the electron closely orbiting a proton, giving rise to the neutron structure which undergoes β- decay. The mutual strong forces on a nucleon pair are equal, but the weak force on the bound electron differs largely from the force on the proton (breakdown of Newton's action and reaction symmetry).
Category: High Energy Particle Physics

[2] viXra:0810.0002 [pdf] submitted on 1 Oct 2008

The Simplest Proofs of Both Arbitrarily Long Arithmetic Progressions of Primes

Authors: Chun-Xuan Jiang
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

Using Jiang functions...
Category: Number Theory

[1] viXra:0810.0001 [pdf] submitted on 1 Oct 2008

Spin Tensor of Electromagnetic Waves

Authors: Radi I. Khrapko
Comments: recovered from sciprint.org

In the frame of the standard electrodynamics, a torque is calculated, which acts from a circularly polarized electromagnetic beam with a plane phase front on an absorbing surface. And a moment of momentum flux in the same beam is calculated in the frame of the same electrodynamics. It is found that this torque is twice more than the moment of momentum flux. We have inferred that the calculation of the electromagnetic angular momentum flux in the beam is incorrect. Namely, this calculation takes only a moment of momentum into account as an angular momentum, and does not take account of spin. An analysis of the field theory foundations of the electrodynamics confirms this inference. Some changes in the field theory allow obtaining an electrodynamics' spin tensor, which accompanies the Maxwell energy-momentum tensor. Using this spin tensor for the beam yields the equality between the torque and the angular momentum flux. In this way, the electrodynamics is completed by a spin tensor. A criticism of an AOP reviewer and my answer are presented.
Category: Classical Physics