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Dr. Milo Wolff and W. Gilmour discuss Wave Density and the
"Equation of the Cosmos"
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As Dr. Wolff says, This is important!
Begin forwarded message: > From: milo wolff <milo.wolff@quantumMatter.com> > Date: June 14, 2010 10:06:16 PM PDT > To: W Gilmour <wgilmour@I-zoom.net>, > Cc: milo wolff <milo.wolff@quantumMatter.com> > Subject: Re: Speed of C > > > On Jun 14, 2010, at 1:01 PM, W Gilmour wrote: > >> Hello Dr Milo Wolff ; >> Daniel Fitzpatrick suggested that I forward this speculation to you >> as you may find it interesting. >> >>W. Gilmour > > > Hi Mr. W. Gilmore and Fitz, > Yes. Very interesting. > > In my opinion your coincidences are real properties of the Universe. > They relate to the fact that: > 1.) all properties of matter depend on the density of the "space' > in which the matter exists. > 2.) Space density , in turn, depends on the total of all the > waves in the Universe. > > These 2 properties are two of the 3 basic axioms of the Universe, of > the Wave Structure of Matter (WSM). They underlie all the Natural > Laws - the basis of all physics and science. Thus your results are > important and fundamental. > > A neat summary of them is the "Equation of the Cosmos" that you seem > to have independently found. Congratulations. > > You can find the "Equation" in my books: Schroedinger's Universe" > and "Exploring the Physics of the Unknown Universe." Both are sold > at Amazon.com > > These properties that you have found also have other consequences > well worth exploring - Keep up the good work. > > Milo. > > P.S. IMHO, 'Inflation' and the present theory of the Big Bang > - starting from nothing but pure energy - have little scientific > basis. They are part of Fantasyland. > >Milo Wolff >> >> >> >> >> From W. Gilmour >> >> Hello: Milo Wolff & Fitz, >> Here is a simple speculation using Newtonian mechanics. >> >> Lets suppose the properties of light [mass equivalence according to >> E=mc^2] are set by the value of the mass of the universe as a whole >> out to the visible horizon [sort of a Machs principle type of >> argument] >> >> Lets suppose that we treat the universe as a potential well [out to >> the >> visible horizon] and that the minimum kinetic energy of a photon is >> exactly equal to the minimum required to raise it out of this >> potential well. >> >> This would require that mC^2=GMm/R [where M=Mu mass of >> Univ (out to Horizon)] >> Plugging in the values yields. Mu/Ru=1.347x10^27 Kg/meter >> Mass of the universe divided by the current radius, [both out to >> the limits of the visible horizon. >> >> You might ask, what the heck does Mu/Ru give us? But lets carry on >> and see where it leads. >> >> In order to see if this ratio is even in the right ballpark, we could >> use this Mu/Ru to calculate a density of the universe and see if >> it's even >> close to what is observed and now accepted, i.e. critical density. >> Using the currently accepted value of the Hubbles constant and latest >> research indicates a flat universe, we use Euclidean geometry where >> density=M/4.189R^3. >> Working out a density yields 10^-29 gm/cm^3. >> >> This not only is in the right ballpark, it's bang on, right at the >> critical density. >> >> What else might we do to see if Mu/Ru is correct? >> We arrived at Mu/Ru by using a photon traveling the maximum >> distance across the mass of the universe out to the visible horizon. >> Why not try the other extreme, and use the minimum distance that a >> photon may traverse and the mass of a photon, and see if >> this ratio is even close? >> >> The plank units come to mind where the plank mass equals >> 2.1767x10^-8KG and the plank length equals 1.616x10^-35 m. >> >> Dividing yields, m/r= 1.347x10^27 Kg/meter >> >> It's Identical! The same ratio has returned! >> We seem to have arrived at the same ratio from three different >> starting points. Could this just be coincidence? >> >> A further speculation suggests a VSL theory. >> The current contender against Inflationary theory, is a varying >> velocity of C theory put forward by John Moffat, University of >> Toronto as well >> as Dimitri Nanopoulos and Keith Randall of Texas A&M University. >> So for the final speculation we look to see what the original >> expression mC^2=GMm/R, has to say about C as a f(n) of time. >> If we assume the mass of the universe is constant [safe], >> And that G is a constant [not so safe, I suspect G may change & >> complicate things]. >> >> We see that the velocity C squared is a f(n) of the reciprocal of R >> and thus of time. >> >> I.e. C decreases as the universe expands [evolves] >> >> Example; >> At 10^-35 sec [plank time] after the big bang, it would yield a >> Velocity of C=10^39 m/sec. [At time of decoupling C would be less] >> Inflation doesn't enter into the equations at this point and >> complicate things, since VSL theories replace inflation. >> >> This value of M/R (if correct) may be significant, since it is >> determined using hard empirical constants rather than soft >> observational data. >> Comments appreciated >> Thanks >> W Gilmour >