I am unable to reply to your other posts so I will try here.
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Photons, warps, clamps and particles
DEC 17, 2016HANS VAN LEUNENUN
You said:
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The physical community has a wrong idea about the nature of photons. Photons are not waves. They cannot be waves, because in free space waves tend to spread in all directions and quickly lose their amplitude.
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Although I appreciate the work you have done, I recognise the ability of longitudinal waves to be both divergent and convergent in the same field.
This ability can be seen in tensionable media.
If you can open your post to reply we could continue the discussion there if you wish.

Cornelis,
The Hilbert Book Test Model is a purely mathematical model. It applies a quaternionic separable Hilbert space and its unique non-separable companion Hilbert space as the realm in which the model operates. It is possible to interpret the model such that the separable Hilbert space is embedded in its non-separable companion.
A subspace of the separable Hilbert space can be defined that represents the static status quo. It scans the base model as a function of progression.
It is possible to interpret the embedding as an ongoing process that takes place in the realm of the vane.
The separable Hilbert space stores the dynamic geometric data of all discrete objects in the eigenspaces of operators that reside in the separable Hilbert space.
The non-separable companion Hilbert space stores all continuum geometric data in the continuum eigenspaces of operators that reside in this non-separable Hilbert space.
The embedding process embeds the discrete objects in their embedding continuum. That embedding continuum is always and everywhere present.
At every progression instant, every elementary particle has a well-defined spatial location, which is stored in the separable Hilbert space.
All observers travel with the vane and get their information from the past via vibrations and deformations of the embedding continuum.
The deformations are caused by the clamps that result from the landings of the hops of the elementary particles. These clamps are spherical shock fronts.
The vibrations that transfer information are warps. Warps are one-dimensional shock fronts.
Mathematically the behavior of the fields in these circumstances is well-defined.

Hans,

I am unable to reply to your other posts so I will try here.

IN:

Photons, warps, clamps and particles

DEC 17, 2016HANS VAN LEUNENUN

You said:

”

The physical community has a wrong idea about the nature of photons. Photons are not waves. They cannot be waves, because in free space waves tend to spread in all directions and quickly lose their amplitude.

”

Although I appreciate the work you have done, I recognise the ability of longitudinal waves to be both divergent and convergent in the same field.

This ability can be seen in tensionable media.

If you can open your post to reply we could continue the discussion there if you wish.

Cornelis

Cornelis,

The Hilbert Book Test Model is a purely mathematical model. It applies a quaternionic separable Hilbert space and its unique non-separable companion Hilbert space as the realm in which the model operates. It is possible to interpret the model such that the separable Hilbert space is embedded in its non-separable companion.

A subspace of the separable Hilbert space can be defined that represents the static status quo. It scans the base model as a function of progression.

It is possible to interpret the embedding as an ongoing process that takes place in the realm of the vane.

The separable Hilbert space stores the dynamic geometric data of all discrete objects in the eigenspaces of operators that reside in the separable Hilbert space.

The non-separable companion Hilbert space stores all continuum geometric data in the continuum eigenspaces of operators that reside in this non-separable Hilbert space.

The embedding process embeds the discrete objects in their embedding continuum. That embedding continuum is always and everywhere present.

At every progression instant, every elementary particle has a well-defined spatial location, which is stored in the separable Hilbert space.

All observers travel with the vane and get their information from the past via vibrations and deformations of the embedding continuum.

The deformations are caused by the clamps that result from the landings of the hops of the elementary particles. These clamps are spherical shock fronts.

The vibrations that transfer information are warps. Warps are one-dimensional shock fronts.

Mathematically the behavior of the fields in these circumstances is well-defined.