The universe and a complex medium

UTSA210

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Did the early universe have just one dimension?

http://www.universetoday.com/85159/did-the-early-universe-have-just-one-dimension/ (Did the Early Universe Have Just One Dimension? - Universe Today)

So a crazy theory I have, the link between quantum mechanics and general relativity is a complex medium. This medium is the cause of quantum physics properties. The Energies of the sub-particles can travel into the medium and exit outside in a different location, just as natural numbers are a super-set of complex numbers. The numbers move in and out of each sub-set and similarly, the energy of the sub-particles would travel in and out of the universe. Just a thought.



Strange behavior of quantum particles may indicate the existence of other parallel universes

http://phys.org/news/2015-06-strange-behavior-quantum-particles-parallel.html
 
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Syzygy

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The first article was published two years before the Higgs boson was discovered in 2012.

About as close as I can come to imagining a universe with a single dimensional beginning is by envisioning ours as a thin membrane. Thin in that context, however, is far from flat.

The fact that I did imagine Poirier's "Many Interacting Worlds" theory more interesting than is it did make the second article all the more enjoyable.

Thanks, UTSA210.
 
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