Quantized Space: Evolution in a Universe of Frequency
Space is a-temporal, which means time does not have physical existence. Building on that premise, Davide Fiscaletti and Amrit Sorli develop a model of the universe based on quantized space. These basic units - quanta of space - can represent either empty space, matter or electromagnetic energy, depending on their frequency of vibration.
The highest frequency is that of space without any matter. A lower frequency corresponds to sub-atomic particles, and a yet lower frequency represents electromagnetic waves.
The universe postulated by Fiscaletti, Sorli and their group is constantly renewing itself. Active Galactic Nuclei, giant black holes at the centers of galaxies, incorporate matter from stars and planets and transform it into quanta of space. The transformation eventually results in the emission of gas which, in time, forms new celestial bodies.
M 96 - Just another galaxy? - See story and credits at NASA's Picture of the Day.
Gravitation is a function of the density associated with the quanta of space. The presence of matter increases the density of its corresponding space quanta, and in the manner of "like attracts like", the denser parts of space are attracted to each other, thus matter appears to attract matter.
Chemical and biological evolution tends in the direction of higher and higher frequency of vibration, eventually approaching the basic frequency of space. Consciousness is associated with frequency and appears to develop as frequency increases. Pure consciousness has the frequency of empty space.
Entropy is associated with matter and energy, but is counteracted by the extremely high vibrations of space and consciousness.
Particles of matter do not actually "move" in space but are re-created at each new location along their trajectory by a pattern of quantum waves that determine the material existence of their associated particles. Think of a cathode ray tube, where pixels are activated by a beam of electrons, creating a moving picture for us to see. In physical reality, we have quantized or "pixeled" space where material particles can appear, creating what we perceive as a universe of moving, material reality offering an exquisite variety of perception and almost infinite complexity.
Fiscaletti and Sorli's paper explains these concepts in much more detail:
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by Davide Fiscaletti and Amrit Sorli
According to a-temporal gravitation theory, universe can be considered a self-renewing system that recreates itself. It is an a-temporal phenomenon in which physical space and matter are in permanent dynamic equilibrium, and its total entropy tends to zero. The "stage" of the universe is "space-matter", where time exists only as an irreversible stream of material changes happening in an a-temporal physical space.
Universe has a granular structure: its elementary constituents are quanta of space having the size of Planck length and being endowed with different vibrations. We live in a "sea of frequencies": our perception of the different physical entities is tied to the different frequencies of vibration of the quanta of space constituting such entities. In particular, quanta of space constituting empty a-temporal physical space vibrate with the "basic frequency" and have got "non-entropic" energy, while quanta of space constituting matter vibrate with appropriate different frequencies (lower than the basic one) and have got "entropic" energy.
Universe has also a wave structure as a consequence of the vibrations of the quanta of space. In particular, the wave structure of the universe has two different types of "components": quantum waves, which are the effect of the vibrations of the quanta of space at the appropriate frequencies characteristic of the subatomic particles, and electromagnetic waves, which are vibrations of the quanta of space at the frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum propagating in a-temporal physical space at the speed of light.
Finally, according to the model here proposed, basic frequency of the quanta of space is a driving force of evolution; it is a physical environment in which matter has a continuous tendency to develop towards life and further on into conscious species. The whole process of evolution from chemical, biological events to the evolution of the human being is a continuous process generated by the basic frequency of quanta of space. Matter has a tendency to raise up its frequency towards the basic frequency of a-temporal physical space.
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A more technical paper on gravity in a-temporal space:
A-Temporal Wave Gravity Theory
Starting from the idea that time exists only as motion of matter and introducing the concepts of the density of cosmic space new perspectives are opened in gravitation and the interpretation of physical space. In this interpretation, mass can be considered a physical entity which is not so much different from cosmic space (in the sense that it can be seen as the portion of space where the space is denser). The state of gravity-space can be described in terms of two fields, namely the gravitostatic field and the gravitokinetic field, which are defined in terms of the density of cosmic space and of a quantum number j indicating a sort of rotation-orientation of each elementary grain of cosmic space. In virtue of the features of these fields, a wave function of gravity-space and therefore the idea of a wave gravity-space have been introduced.
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The most recent paper as of October 2007, sent by Davide Fiscaletti, is titled
By introducing the concepts of "density of full cosmic space" and "density of the vacuum", it is shown that both Newtonian gravitation and special relativity and general relativity receive a new interpretation. All the typical effects of general relativity are linked to the density of full cosmic space and the density of the vacuum.
2. Vector of gravity force
3. Density of space and mass of particles
4. Gravitational acceleration inside stellar objects
5. Hypothetical gravitational waves and gravity as a non-propagating force
6. About the Cavendish experiment
7. Gravity inside black holes and in the centre of galaxies
8.1. Density of full cosmic space, density of empty space and special relativity
8.2. Density of full cosmic space, density of empty space and general relativity
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Other articles by Sorli and Fiscaletti on this site:
See also (external):
New-School 'Aether' May Shed Light on Neutron Stars
The UM researchers - Christopher Eling, Ted Jacobson, and Coleman Miller - describe their aether as a preferred state of rest at each point of spacetime. This preferred state would not be the result of something known, such as a gravitational field or cosmic background radiation, but may, they say, arise from the structure of empty space in quantum gravity theory.