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Category: Quantum Space Theory
Here’s a great video introduction to the basic concepts held in common by pilot wave theories (de Broglie’s double solution theory, the de Broglie-Bohm theory (also known as Bohmian mechanics, superfluid vacuum theory (and of course, quantum space theory). Given that a pilot wave approach is deterministic and ontologically accessible, why isn’t it more popular? Here’s why.
Explore Thad’s Quora answers to these interesting questions: Why don’t more physicists subscribe to pilot wave theory? What’s the fundamental reason why the speed of light cannot be broken? How is Quantum Space Theory viewed in the theoretical physics community? Is wave-particle duality an illusion? What is currently the best explanation for how and […]
Thad Roberts and Marcus Tofanelli explore the assumption that the vacuum is a superfluid. They reveal that vacuum superfluidity imports a mechanism for mass generation, explains wave-particle duality, inscribes the constants of nature, and carves out room for geometric authorship of the four forces.
I’d like to dedicate this page to questions that anyone out there might have regarding the axioms, tenants, conclusions, or insights of quantum space theory. Please send me your questions and I will do my best to respond via video. My hope is that this forum will be a useful resource for those that have […]
Consider the equation . This equation relates the pressure, volume, and temperature of an ideal gas. All of these concepts are macroscopic — meaning that on the level of the molecules that make up the gas the meaning of ‘pressure,’ ‘volume,’ and ‘temperature’ dissolves. One molecule cannot have a pressure, it cannot be said […]
This is a rough video of a lecture given to the Salt Lake City Mensa group in 2010 at the main branch of the Salt Lake County Library. It outlines visualizing 11 dimensions and discusses some of the mysteries that are solved when space is quantized. The video quality is not as good as we […]