2) Watching the Daisies Grow

3) Golden Music of the Brain

4) Golden Cycles & Organic Spacetime

5) Golden Geometry of

6)

7) Water Structured in the Golden Ratio

**Science of the Organism**

*E-infinity fractal spacetime may resolve major quantum paradoxes and take us further towards the unification of quantum physics and general relativity. Dr. Mae-Wan Ho*

*E*-infinity fractal spacetime is constructed from an infinite number
of random Cantor sets, and is therefore infinite-dimensional. Nevertheless it
has a Hausdorff dimension of 4 + *f*^{3} = 4.236067977..., the same as that of a space with
4 Menger-Urysohn dimensions, which is why *E*-infinity looks and feels
like a 4-dimensional universe that we actually live in. (You may want to reread
[1] Golden
Geometry of E-Infinity Fractal Spacetime, *SiS* 62 before proceeding.) More importantly, at
least as far as physics is concerned, it may resolve some major quantum
paradoxes and take us towards quantum gravity and the dream of uniting quantum
physics with general (and special relativity).

El Naschie has used *E*-infinity algebra to solve quantum
conundrums, presenting multiple derivations if not proofs. Let’s look at some
of them.

The wave-particle duality of light and matter is among the greatest paradoxes in quantum mechanics, as clearly exhibited in the two-slit experiment (Figure 1). A source of light is placed in front of a screen with two narrow slits that allow light to pass through to strike a photographic plate behind the screen.

*Figure 1 The two-slit experiment*

When only one slit is open, the light passes through the single slit and hits the photographic plate forming an image of the slit, which when examined closely, consists of microscopic grains of silver deposited as the individual photon particles impinge on the plate. When both slits are open, light passes through both slits and form an interference pattern on the photographic plate, behaving like typical waves up until the moment the wave strikes the plate (see Figure 2).

*Figure 2 The pattern on the photographic plate with one slit open
(left) and two slits open (left)*

One can reduce the light level to such an extent that only single photons are emitted one at a time; and if both slits are open, the single photon would still pass through both slits at once and create an interference pattern on the photographic plate, which is detected after a suitably long period of time when sufficient single photons have gone through. If one puts a detector behind a slit to try to find out which slit the single photon has gone through, then the pattern reverts to that of the single slit. It is as though the observer must remain ignorant as to which slit the photon passes through for the quantum wave to survive intact. Any observation or attempt to gain information will ‘collapse’ the wave function, so only the particle remains.

The way this paradox can be resolved is through the *E*-infinity
algebra of the zero and the empty set [2].

Remember
that a one-dimensional Cantor set has both a Menger-Urysohn dimension and a
Hausdorff dimension. The random Cantor set has a Menger-Urysohn dimension of 0
while its Hausdorff dimension is* f*. It is called the zero set, and El
Naschie proposes to identify this zero set with the particle:

dim (particle set) = *P*(*d*_{MU}, *d*_{H})
= P (o, *f*) (1)

where d_{MU}
is the Menger-Urysohn dimension and d_{H} is the corresponding Hausdorff
dimension.

The quantum wave on the other hand, is identified with the empty set, as it is devoid of matter and momentum as it is spread out ultimately over the entire universe:

dim
(wave set) = *W*(*d*_{MU}, *d*_{H}) = *W*
(-1, *f*^{2}) (2)

How does one get to this empty set? You get there by a process of induction as follows.

What is the dimension of a 3D cube boundary? It is clearly an area, i.e., a surface of 2D. That means

3D(cube) – 1 = 2D (surface)

Next, what is the dimension of the boundary of a 2D surface? It is obviously a one-dimensional line.

2D(surface) -1 = 1D (line)

Finally, what is the dimension of the boundary of a line? This is evidently a zero dimensional point

1D(line) – 1 = 0D (point)

By induction, one could write a general expression for the above in the form of:

D(boundary)
= *n* – 1 (3)

where *n*
is the dimension of the geometrical object for which we would like to know the
dimension of its boundary. By induction, using this formula, we can derive the
boundary of a point:

D(boundary) = D(point) – 1 = 0 – 1 = -1

This is the
dimension of the classical empty set as deduced for the first time by Soviet
Russian mathematician Pavel Urysohn (1898-1924) and studied by Austrian
American mathematician Karl Menger (1902-1985), which is the origin of the
Menger-Urysohn topological dimension. Its Hausdorff dimension is obtained by
the bijection formula you have already come across earlier (see [1]) as *f*^{2}.

*d _{c}*

*d _{c}*

= (1/*f*)^{-2} = *f*^{2}

The quantum wave is thus identified as the boundary of the particle,
which is completely empty, with a Menger-Urysohn dimension -1, but nevertheless
possesses a Hasudorff fractal dimension *f*^{2}. The empty set is *de facto* two identical things at the very
same time, the surface or the topological neighbourhood of the zero set as well
as being the guiding quantum wave. The zero set is a Cantorian fractal point as
well as the quantum particle guided by the ‘ghost’ wave. This may be understood
in a very elementary manner, according to El Naschie, by recalling that the
wave is the surface of the particle and it is evident that the smaller, say a
sphere, the larger is the ratio between its surface area and its volume. When
the volume tends to zero, the ratio will tend to infinity.

Now, on taking measurement on this particle-wave packet, we inevitably enter into the wave and consequently into the domain of the empty set. So the empty set becomes non-empty and “practically reduced or jumps to at best, a zero set.”

Continuing in the same vein, El Naschie proposes
that Einstein’s famous formula *E* = *mc*^{2} consists of two
parts. The first part is the positive energy of the quantum particle modeled by
the topology of the zero set. The second is the absolute value of the negative
energy of the quantum Schrödinger wave modeled by the topology of the empty set
[3] (see above). The latter is the missing dark energy (actually dark energy
and dark matter) of the universe accounting for 95.45 % of the total energy-matter
in agreement with the findings from the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe
and the supernova cosmic measurement awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics.
The dark energy of the quantum wave cannot be detected in the normal way
because measurement collapses the quantum wave. Several recent attempts to
detect dark matter with sophisticated detectors have failed [4] No Dark Matter
Detected Yet (*SiS* 62), which is potentially devastating for
the standard model of cosmology that depends on postulates of dark matter and
dark energy.

The Menger-Urysohn dimension
and Hausdorff dimension of a random Cantor set are [o, *f*] [3]. The dimensions of the
complement (gaps) are [-1, and 1 – *f* = *f*^{2}], as established above.

Raising both the *f* (points) and *f*^{2} (gaps) set to the Kaluza-Klein 5 dimensional spacetime gives *f*^{5} (volume) and 5*f*^{2} (boundary) and respectively equal to
4.5 % and 95.5 % of Einstein’s energy, the latter corresponding to dark
energy/matter.

(Different estimates of dark matter and dark energy vary somewhat. According to the latest figure, dark energy plus dark matter constitute 95.1 % of the total content of the universe [5].)

The Kaluza-Klein 5
dimensional spacetime attempted to unify gravity with electromagnetism [6]. It
originated with German mathematician physicist Theodor Kaluza (1885-1954) who
extended general relativity to a five-dimensional spacetime to include the
electromagnetic field. Swedish theoretical physicist Oskar Klein (1894-1977)
later propose that the extra fourth spatial dimension is curled up, or *compactified*,
in a circle of very small radius, so that a particle moving a short distance
along that axis would return to where it began. This compactification of
dimensions is now widely employed in string theories that attempt to give a
realist explanation of why the universe looks and feels 4 dimensional (see
Box). There may well be a more intimate relationship between the Kaluza-Klein
spacetime and *E*-infinity spacetime, which El Naschie has not pointed to,
though it is implicit in his work. Recall that the embedding dimension for *E*-infinity
space-time of Hausdorff dimension 4 + *f*^{3} = 4. 236067977 is also 5, and the fuzzy tail of 0. 236067977 is the compactified (∞ - 4) dimensions.
If we equate 0.236067977 = *f*^{3} with the sum of ordinary matter and
energy that we can detect, and ask what percentage it is of the transfinite dimension
of the Kaluza-Klein 5 dimensional spacetime, 5+ *f*^{3}, we get 4.5 %. In other words,

*f*^{3}/(5+ *f*^{3}) = .04721359…. ≈ 4.5 %

which gives 95.5 % dark matter/energy.

Thus, the compactified spacetime dimensions is likened to the super-particle of the universe, while the rest is the empty-set ‘halo’ and quantum wave that collapses as soon as it is measured. If that is the case, neither dark matter nor dark energy would be detected.

String theory replaces point-like particles of particle physics by one-dimensional strings, and different types of observed elementary particles arise from the different quantum states of these strings. In addition, string theory naturally incorporates gravity, and is therefore a candidate for a ‘theory of everything’ or at least of quantum gravity. String theory requires extra spatial dimensions for mathematical consistency. In realistic physical models constructed from string theory, these extra dimensions are typically compactified to extremely small scales. This is a generalization of the Kaluza-Klein theory (see main text), which tries to reconcile the gap between the conception of our universe based on its four observable dimensions with the ten, eleven, or 26 dimensions that theoretical equations of string theories entail. Essentially, it is assumed that the extra dimensions are wrapped up on themselves into extremely small scales.

The earliest string model, the bosonic string, incorporated only the class of particles known as bosons (any number of which can occupy the same quantum state, unlike the other class of particle fermions, which cannot). Roughly speaking, bosons are the constituents of radiation, but not of matter, which is made of fermions. Investigating how a string theory could include fermions led to the invention of supersymmetry, a mathematical relationship between bosons and fermions. String theories that include fermionic vibrations are known as superstring theories, all are now thought to be different limits of a theory called M-theory. According to British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking in particular, M-theory is the only candidate for a complete theory of the universe. Other physicists including Richard Feynman and Roger Penrose have criticized string theory for not providing novel experimental predictions at accessible energy scales and say it is a failure as a theory of everything.

Supersymmetry is a proposed extension of spacetime symmetry that relates two basic classes of elementary particles: bosons that have integer-value spin, and fermions with a half-integer spin. Each particle from one group is associated with a particle from the other group, called its superpartner, whose spin differs by a half-integer. No super-partners have yet been observed. The failure of the Large Hadron Collider to find evidence for supersymmetry has led some physicists to suggest that the theory should be abandoned.

Quantum entanglement is another quantum paradox where the quantum states of different particles are inseparable even when they are far apart, so that measuring the state of one instantly determines the state of the other. This has been demonstrated, not just for particle/antiparticle pairs that are created together and so expected to be correlated, but also for particles independently generated, that when made to interact, will become entangled. This is an extremely active field of research that has implications for quantum communication and computation, and even teleportation [9].

In 1992, theoretical physicist Lucien Hardy, then at Oxford University in the UK, now at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics Waterloo, Canada, proposed a thought experiment that predicted a probability of quantum entanglement at ~ 9 % [10]. This was re- derived and interpreted by American solid state physicist David Mermin at Cornell University, New Haven, Connecticut who first noticed the connection to the golden ratio [11], and also American theoretical physicist Daniel Styer at Oberlin College, Ohio [12].

It turns out that this probability of quantum entanglement can be derived using pure logic and E-infinity theory, as El Naschie showed [13].

Consider two
particles; the probability to be at point 1 is *d*_{1}, while the
probability of being at point 2 is *d*_{2}. Consequently, the
probability of not being at 1 is 1 - *d*_{1}, and not being at two
is 1 - *d*_{2}. The total probability of being all of the above *at
the same time* - a distinctive quantum property of entanglement - is:

*P*_{1} = *d*_{1}(1
- *d*_{1})*d*_{2}(1 - *d*_{2}) (5)

The simplest local realism (classical, non-quantum property) is the negation of being at 1 and 2 at the same time. This non-entangled state is,

*P*_{2} = 1 - *d*_{1}*d*_{2 }(6)

A relative probability is defined as

*P* = *P*_{1}/*P*_{2}

*P* = [*d*_{1}(1
- *d*_{1})*d*_{2}(1 - *d*_{2})]/(1 – *d*_{1}*d*_{2}) (7)

Next, find an extremum (maximum or minimum)
for *P *where *P *is a maximum, i.e., when the change of *P*
with *d*_{1} and *d*_{2} are both zero:

∂*P*/*d*_{1} = ∂*P*/*d*_{2} = 0

This results in a cubic algebraic equation
with three solutions for *d*_{1} = *d*_{2} = 1, -1/*f *and *f*. The third solution *f* is a confirmation of *E*-infinity
theory where *d _{c}*

*P* = *f*^{5} ≈ .0909829…

This probability
can also be derived directly from *E*-infinity theory as follows. The
probability of finding a point in the E infinity space is *f*^{3}, the inverse of 4+ *f*^{3}, the
Hausdorff dimension of E-infinity spacetime.

The general formula for the dimension is

⟨*n*⟩ = (1 + *d _{c}*

Consequently the probability is

1/⟨*n*⟩ = (1 - *d _{c}*

The probability
of two entangled points in this space is (*d _{c}*

Consequently,
the total probability of entanglement is the product of 1/⟨*n*⟩ and (*d _{c}*

*P *= (*d _{c}*

On maximizing *P *or
from E-infinity theory, *d _{c}*

*P* = *f*^{5}

To obtain the result *P*
= 0 of the classical (no entanglement) expectation, we set *d _{c}*

From the preceding derivations, it seems clear that Hardy’s result is geometrically and topologically rooted in the Cantorian nature of microquantum spacetime. This is in line with Einstein’s general relativity representation of mass and energy as geometry (curvature) of spacetime.

Perhaps the most audacious feat with E-infinity
algebra is a new quantum gravity formula predicting the measured cosmic energy
content of the universe, by fusing the probability of quantum entanglement with
Einstein’s *E* = *mc*^{2} formula, thereby unifying
relativity and quantum mechanics.

Essentially,
Einstein’s celebrated equation is multiplied by a scaling parameter *g *= *f*^{5}/2, where *f*^{5} is half the probability of quantum entanglement [14].

Einstein’s equation is replaced by an effective quantum gravity formula:

*E _{QR}* =

which recovers Newton’s kinetic energy *E*
= ½ *mv*^{2}, when *b* is set to 0 or 3; while setting *b* = 4 + *f*^{3} or *b* = *f* results in
Einstein’s non quantum but relativistic formula *E* = *mc*^{2}.

In particle physics, it is
proposed that at the Planck energy scale of around 1.22 x10^{19} GeV,
which corresponds by mass energy equivalence *E *= *mc*^{2}
to the Planck mass 2.17659 x 10^{-8} kg, the quantum effects of gravity
becomes strong and expected to be comparable to other forces; and it is
theorized that all the fundamental forces are unified at that scale, though the
exact mechanism of this unification remains unknown [15].

At the other
extreme of huge distances, quantum corrections accumulate and relativity cannot
ignore quantum effects. Hence Einstein’s *E* = *mc*^{2} is a
candidate for major modification when the quantum mechanical effect of
entanglement is taken into account. The new equation is *E _{QR}* =
(

Quantum relativity theory is
seen as the intersection of three fundamental theories of physics, hence
predicts only 4.5 % of the mass-energy in Einstein’s *E* = *mc*^{2}
equation, in accordance with cosmological measurement, with the rest being dark
matter-energy.

There are four steps in
generalizing *E* = *mc*^{2} of special relativity to quantum
relativity or effective quantum gravity formula *E _{QR}* =

The first step
transforms space, time and mass to a probabilistic space, time and mass using
quantum mechanics, leading to *E _{p}* = (

The probability of quantum entanglement of two quantum particles in Lucien Hardy’s thought experiment as derived in Eq (7) above is:

*P* = [*p*_{1 }(1
–*p*1)p_{2}(1 – *p*_{2})]/(1 - *p*_{1}*p*_{2})
(9)

For *p*_{1} = *p*_{2}
= *d*, the expression simplifies to:

*P* = *d*^{2}
(1 –*d*)/(1 + *d*) (10)

Now, introducing the probabilistic transformation:

Space (*X*) → *xp*

Time (*T*) → *tp*

Mass (*M*) → *mp *

Inserting into
Newton’s kinetic energy, one finds the following probabilistic energy for *v*
→ *c *(velocity approaching the speed of light)

*E _{p}
= ½ mp* (

Substituting *p*
in Equation (3) for the probability of entanglement in Eq (2) gives:

*E _{p}
= ½ d^{2}*[(1 –

From relativity theory three
phenomenological effects are well known: time dilation, length contraction and
increase in mass when velocity approaches the speed of light. This is
represented by some unspecified correction factor *b*.

*x → x*(1 – *b*)

*t → t*(1 + *b*) (13)

*m → m*(1 + *b*)

Consequently, Newton’s relativistic kinetic energy becomes

*E _{R }*= ½

The next step to arrive at
an effective quantum gravity *E* is to require

*E _{P}* =

Therefore,

*d ^{2}*[(1 –

This is only possible for *d* = *b* and

*b*^{2 }[(1 – *b*)/(1 + *b*)] = [(1 – *b*)^{2}/(1 + *b*)] (17)

which leads to the simple quadratic equation

*b*^{2} + *b* - 1 = 0 (18)

and the solutions: *b*_{1} = *f *= (√5-1)/2 the golden ratio, and *b*_{2 }=* *-1/*f*.

In the fourth and final
step, the correct expression for the quantum gravity formula is given by
setting *d* = *b* = *f* into Eq. (6)

*E _{QR}
= ½ f ^{2}*[(1 –

= *½ f ^{2}f ^{3} mc*

= (probability of
quantum entanglement)/2) *mc*^{2}

Eq (19) *E _{QR} = mc*

This interpretation of
energy content is not quite the same as that in the previous sections.
Intriguingly, the link to quantum entanglement not only combines quantum theory
with gravity, but suggests that *gravity may be a form of quantum
entanglement* (though El Naschie himself has not said so).

The significance of the golden ratio lies in the extension of the concept dimensions, originally applying only to integers, to non-integers. All high energy particle physics theories are currently constrained to Lie algebra groups with integer dimensions that are also a differentiable manifold. Just as the concept of dimension has been expanded from integer topological to a non-integer Hausdorff dimension, the same could be done for a Lie manifold. In fact, irrational small corrections to integer Lie group dimensions would be a blessing for the overall model. Gauge anomalies (anomalies under transformation) in the standard model arise from the clash of integer symmetries (invariant properties under transformation). With transfinite (beyond the finite, but not absolute infinite) irrational corrections, i.e., fuzzy tail added or subtracted from the original integer dimension, we get fuzzy symmetry group dimensions that fit together harmoniously and eliminate gauge anomalies.

A simple example is the vital role of the golden ratio in Penrose tiling of the plane, without which, nothing would fit, and we end up with gaps or overlaps. Similarly, of the five Platonic solids, two of the most important, the icosahedron and dodecahedron, depend on the golden ratio. British-born Canadian geometer Harold Scott MacDonald Coxeter (1907-2003) extended those to four dimensional ‘polytopes’, which could not be constructed without the golden ratio. Now, the skeleton upon which the most important symmetry group used in superstring theory, the E8 exceptional E group, could be constructed from two 600 cells Coxeter polytopes by sliding a smaller one inside a larger one. The result is the E8 Gosset, which is once again based on the golden ratio.

For
example, the dimension of the special orthogonal group SO(*n*) is

Dim (SO(*n*)) = *n*
(*n* – 1)/2. For *n* = 4, the dimension is 6. If we take *n* to
be the Hausdorff dimension of the *E*-infinity manifold, i.e., 4 + *f*^{3}, the dimension is 6.854102.., i.e., 0.852102.. larger. This
transfinite tail makes all the difference. Take 20 copies of the Lie group
dimension for *n* = 4 + *f*^{3}, then the total dimension will be 137.082039.
This is the exact transfinite version of the inverse *electromagnetic fine-structure
constant*, *a*, a fundamental dimensionless physical constant
that characterizes the strength of the electromagnetic interaction, the
currently accepted value is 7.29734257 x 10^{-3} [18]

In a series of detailed calculations which is being the scope of this article, El Naschie shows that the inverse electromagnetic fine-structure constant and the golden ratio are embedded in the mass spectrum of the elementary high energy particles. To El Naschie [19] “the mass spectrum of high energy particles resembles a non-linear dynamical symphony where everything fits with everything else. We could start virtually anywhere and derive everything from everything else.”

*Article first published 07/04/14*

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and physical interpretation of the dark energy of the cosmos as a “halo”
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**Todd Millions** Comment left 27th April 2014 06:06:52

Again-facinating I've being trying to keep up with this series(mainly unsucessfully)on the non members version.With limited internet acess and destroyed references.Your models premise concepts I don't subscribe to-points,lines ect.The framework of cartesian math is also a fraught notion to me-but a bit of my photon model may be of use.If a single light unit is an electric feild and a magnetic feild swinging around each other as the travel one unit out from their source-Then does it not follow that these feilds must be traveling around each other at-3 units(or more)themselves?In other words if the photon of light travels at the speed of light,inside it the feilds that make it up swing round each other at the circumfrance of the diameter the photon travels in the same time so if eliptical-3 times the speed.Would the momentum of the swing increase the actual energies involved over what we are measuring?Would the absorbsion of this be manifest in mass not being detected?

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El Naschie is a theoretical physicist and an Egyptian engineer.
He has been nominated for the Nobel Prize in physics twice
Author of the golden ratio theory in quantum physics,
he has said regarding it: I reached it in 1991 and presented five new papers on it,
and because of it was accused of madness
MADNESS
But after 19 years...
Experimentalists have come to say that what El Naschie arrived at theoretically is correct 100%,
and that is a great scientific achievement.
It has allowed El Naschie to determine the values of physical constants in the universe,
such as the universal gravitational constant
and also the electromagnetic constant.
And next was El Naschie's attempt to unify all physical forces in one law
which is a generalization of relativity theory.
El Naschie's theories have resulted in a revolution in scientific fields
including atomic physics and nanotechnology
Also, NASA has used his research in some of its applications.
(El Naschie's house in Surrey)
I have carried out a lot of work outside my initial specialization as an engineer,
but instead my subsequent specialization as a physicist
in high-energy physics and unifying the forces
It was an opportunity that allowed me to solve huge problems
that were obstacles in the path of the great scientists for the past 75 years.
(Caption: Dr. Mohamed El Naschie, Professor of Atomic Engineering and Theoretical Physics)
When you ask me about the role of science in the Arab world,
I say that science does not have just a 'role', it's the most important thing,
it's the foundation, it's the hope and deliverance. But when we talk about the Arab world,
we must be precise. The problems of the Arab world are very different in the (Persian/Arabian) gulf
versus Egypt versus another country which is similar to Egypt even though it is situated on the gulf,
which is Iraq... Lebanon, a cultured country with good education... the problems in the gulf are different.
There is tremendous wealth. But despite the fact that
the advance witnessed in the gulf has not been seen before
in the history of the human race with respect to education and quality of universities...
...but there is lacking many other things. Therefore, we have a variety of problems.
But the one thing that can solve all of these problems is education.
95% of the problems in for Arab science lie in not utilizing the resources in the Arab world.
Something that is a bit funny, and problems that cause laughter are the worst problems (an old Arab saying),
is that we care a lot about the scientists who get Nobel Prizes or those famous scientists, such as myself,
Those of us abroad, I'll talk about myself and not bring in others,
we were less talented and less able than our colleagues who stayed behind in the Arab world.
That is why we left. So, in fact, the wasted abilities are not those that have left but those that have stayed.
If it were not for the lack of resources, they (local scientists) would appear more capable.
They are better, they are the firsts (i.e. graduated top of their class). The pyramid is upside down.
The first thing we need to take care of are the scientists living in the Arab world.
The first thing we need to consider is whether there is deep understanding
and real faith in the role of science in our societies...
The Arab, with Youssra (a leading Egyptian actress)
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Banach tarski is hardly used as much as should. why ?
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The Three Page Guide to the Most Important Results of M. S. El Naschie's ... a Banach-Tarski-like big bang theory based on paradoxical decomposition of ...
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At first sight, the physical applicability of paradoxical decompositions may appear ... Very recently, El Naschie has applied the Banach-Tarski theorem in the ...
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on a possible resolution of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox via the Banach-Tarski ... to the use by El Naschie of the paradoxical decomposition technique.
[PDF]Fractal Strings as the Basis of Cantorian-Fractal Spacetime ...
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30 Apr 2002 - construction of El Naschie's Cantorian-Fractal spacetime and its ..... hadron-reaction can be envisaged as a paradoxical decomposition or a ...
[PDF]Time Symmetry Breaking, Duality and Cantorian Space-Time
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In what follows we will attempt to show that most of the paradoxes of quantum ... space-time non-local and transfinite form referred to as Cantorian space-time by El Naschie [13]. We ..... Banach-Tarski decomposition also implies chaos as ...
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17 Jan 2009 - In the Banach-Tarski paradox, the multiplication of volume is a pure ... Curiously, just as the individual pieces in the BT decomposition may end up with no ... The astrophysicist in question is Mohamed El Naschie, recently ...
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21 Jan 2011 - Mohamed El Naschie's work in quantum physics and E-infinity theory. ..... not consider the Cantorian nature of quantum spacetime, many paradoxes follow. 4. ... big bang theory based on paradoxal decomposition of spheres.
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[PDF] The hidden quantum entanglement roots of E= mc 2 and its genesis to E=(mc 2/22) plus mc 2 (21/22) confirming Einstein's mass-energy formula
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5 days ago - Abstract: Einstein's energy mass formula is shown to consist of two basically
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From Highly Structured E-Infinity Rings and Transfinite Maximally Symmetric Manifolds to the Dark Energy Density of the Cosmos
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10 days ago - Starting from well established results in pure mathematics, mainly transfinite
set theory, E-infinity algebra over operads, fuzzy manifolds and fuzzy Lie symmetry groups,
we construct an exact Weyl scaling for the highly structured E-infinity rings corresponding ...
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