tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post7933357166285280246..comments2017-03-23T18:40:48.081-07:00Comments on Physics from the edge: MiHsC with horizons, no waves.Mike McCullochhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00985573443686082382noreply@blogger.comBlogger21125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-68270330259672581432017-01-17T13:26:08.614-08:002017-01-17T13:26:08.614-08:00/* There is no relativistic light speed limit for.../* There is no relativistic light speed limit for monochromatic waves (as Unruh waves are) since such waves carry no information. */<br /><br />In relativity the Unruh radiation is essentially black body radiation: it's neither monochromatic, neither superluminal. The filtering white light to monochromatic doesn't make it superluminal.Zephirhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06010623752049244967noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-42525323755524565372017-01-17T13:01:16.299-08:002017-01-17T13:01:16.299-08:00Zephir: There is no relativistic light speed limit...Zephir: There is no relativistic light speed limit for monochromatic waves (as Unruh waves are) since such waves carry no information.Mike McCullochhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00985573443686082382noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-42541846343245910082017-01-17T07:21:18.474-08:002017-01-17T07:21:18.474-08:00The explanation of inertia with radiation pressure...The explanation of inertia with radiation pressure of Unruh waves is sorta recursive by itself, as it depends on inertia of Unruh waves. And how large/distant the Rindler horizon is in comparison to cosmic horizon? The Unruh radiation propagates with speed of light, so that no inertia induced by its shielding can be a momentary effect.<br /><br />http://physicsfromtheedge.blogspot.cz/2015/10/explaining-mihsc-with-schematics.html<br /><br />https://i.imgur.com/OKTzJma.jpgZephirhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06010623752049244967noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-17632663180919838572015-11-09T23:34:12.989-08:002015-11-09T23:34:12.989-08:00Someone was very concerned by this very point and ...Someone was very concerned by this very point and throwed your theory to the bin because of that. Is there a formal formulation explaining why the locality principle is broken and in which way it doesn't matter at all?<br />Czekohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04231020181834141834noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-77823321668241943492015-11-09T13:30:44.198-08:002015-11-09T13:30:44.198-08:00Czeko: The example does need non-locality, but thi...Czeko: The example does need non-locality, but this doesn't bother relativity because the selection or deselection of Unruh waves by the horizon can be achieved at the phase velocity. Unruh waves, infinite in extent and each of constant frequency cannot carry information, so their phase velocities can be greater than c.Mike McCullochhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00985573443686082382noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-69232023016067171932015-11-09T09:32:54.477-08:002015-11-09T09:32:54.477-08:00@mike Does the principle of locality is broken in ...@mike Does the principle of locality is broken in your example?<br />Czekohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04231020181834141834noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-23440390441590220002015-11-06T17:58:57.306-08:002015-11-06T17:58:57.306-08:00Interesting preprint from Matt Walker & Abraha...Interesting preprint from Matt Walker & Abraham Loeb, which might add clues to the nature of "dark mass/energy" and support the Inertial Horizon view:<br /><br />http://arxiv.org/abs/1401.1146<br /><br />Is the Universe Simpler than LCDM?<br /><br />Matthew G. Walker, Abraham Loeb<br /><br />(Submitted on 6 Jan 2014 (v1), last revised 28 May 2014 (this version, v2))<br /><br />In the standard cosmological model, the Universe consists mainly of two invisible substances: vacuum energy with constant mass-density rho_v=\Lambda/(8pi G) (where Lambda is a `cosmological constant' originally proposed by Einstein and G is Newton's gravitational constant) and cold dark matter (CDM) with mass density that is currently rho_{DM,0}\sim 0.3 rho_v. This `LCDM' model has the virtue of simplicity, enabling straightforward calculation of the formation and evolution of cosmic structure against the backdrop of cosmic expansion. Here we review apparent discrepancies with observations on small galactic scales, which LCDM must attribute to complexity in the baryon physics of galaxy formation. Yet galaxies exhibit structural scaling relations that evoke simplicity, presenting a clear challenge for formation models. In particular, tracers of gravitational potentials dominated by dark matter show a correlation between orbital size, R, and velocity, V, that can be expressed most simply as a characteristic acceleration, a_{DM}\sim 1 km^2 s^{-2} pc^{-1} \approx 3 x 10^{-9} cm s^{-2} \approx 0.2c\sqrt{G rho_v}, perhaps motivating efforts to find a link between localized and global manifestations of the Universe's dark components.qraalhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13436948899560519608noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-83261106196042344322015-11-02T14:34:36.073-08:002015-11-02T14:34:36.073-08:00Czeko: The standard explanation of Unruh radiation...Czeko: The standard explanation of Unruh radiation is that a Rindler horizon splits up ever-forming zpf virtual particle pairs so the unpaired particles become real, but I'm moving towards an informational understanding and I can derive the usual formula like this: when a Rindler horizon forms it reduces the uncertainty in position Delta_x, so by Heisenberg Delta_p must increase. Since E=pc, energy is produced. Energy from information loss. See Appendix C of my book (the appendices are available for free as a pdf on the world scientific webpage for my book).Mike McCullochhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00985573443686082382noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-13722777104900590712015-11-02T13:24:01.495-08:002015-11-02T13:24:01.495-08:00Odd question: what generates Unruh radiation?Odd question: what generates Unruh radiation?Czekohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04231020181834141834noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-77250228314211525142015-11-01T23:45:15.585-08:002015-11-01T23:45:15.585-08:00Maybe spacetime is 5-D and we're on a 3-sphere...Maybe spacetime is 5-D and we're on a 3-sphere 'surface' of a 4-space?qraalhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13436948899560519608noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-25611163147405077132015-10-31T03:19:04.413-07:002015-10-31T03:19:04.413-07:00Analytic D: Thanks for sharing this. I could do wi...Analytic D: Thanks for sharing this. I could do with going on a long hike as well. Fresh air, open moors, lots of time to think: 'Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance', 'Not all who wander are lost'..etc.<br /><br />I've been trying to get gravity into the MiHsC framework three ways: 1) using sheltering, 2) from the uncertainty principle involving interactions between Planck masses (published) and 3) from changes in horizon areas. You're suggesting a mix of 1 and the interaction part of option 2, which is the way to go: IMO the answer will use all three, but the maths seems to be suggesting something further than my intuition can go at the moment. I can get G in F=GMm/r^2 to within half a percent, but as I said it falls flat because I lose a dimension. I need that long walk..Mike McCullochhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00985573443686082382noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-49080687191576448592015-10-30T00:38:25.762-07:002015-10-30T00:38:25.762-07:00Mike:
If you lose a dimension and spacetime degene...Mike:<br />If you lose a dimension and spacetime degenerates into a e.g. 2D holographic surface, I guess it's flatlander time for everyone then? ;)ZeroIsEverythinghttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13236152077605874591noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-31663833368182569002015-10-29T07:41:19.032-07:002015-10-29T07:41:19.032-07:00ZeroIsEverything: :) Your joke didn't fall fla...ZeroIsEverything: :) Your joke didn't fall flat.Mike McCullochhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00985573443686082382noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-53528936686415866652015-10-29T05:13:16.121-07:002015-10-29T05:13:16.121-07:00Ryan: Indeed, you're right and I'm hoping ...Ryan: Indeed, you're right and I'm hoping to explain the lost dimension w/ the holographic principle. The alternative is that gravity just can't be captured this way.. We'll see!Mike McCullochhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00985573443686082382noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-63107839542278265692015-10-28T17:18:10.928-07:002015-10-28T17:18:10.928-07:00I went on a 16 mile hike in September and somethin...I went on a 16 mile hike in September and something about the solitude and the motion led me to thinking about an MiHsC related sheltering model for hours as I wore out my legs.<br /><br />I'm convinced that gravity is due to particle pairwise sheltering. Two massive particles at distance <i>r</i> will block respective waves from the other's horizon that have a node at it's partner, causing an equal pressure pushing them together. Obviously, <i>r/2</i> will have more nodes and thus more pressure. But this is only a linear relationship. The inverse square law comes into play with gravity because QM implies that the number of long waves increases with the surface area at a given radial distance, however linearly fewer wavelengths will have nodes as that wavelength increases, generating an inverse square relationship for sheltering.<br /><br />And the empirical <i>m*m</i> term is due to the round robin of sheltering, since particle A1 shelters B1 and B2, as does A2 shelters B1 and B2, for four pairs of sheltering to produce the force, which matches the Newtonian description. B1 sheltering B2 produces no net force towards A and vice versa.<br /><br />This has some implications with high acceleration away from large bodies as well as providing an explicit mechanism for mutual acceleration (I didn't have a mental image of that until now). For example, like you've said, a ring with mass rotating fast enough would experience no gravity from bodies above/below the axis of rotation.<br /><br />I have a feeling though that Mike's derivation is a bit off from my incredibly rough picture here, though.Analytic Dhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/14307179997233629815noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-85325572387590044752015-10-28T14:45:26.637-07:002015-10-28T14:45:26.637-07:00Mike, reading your comment, I imagined this situat...Mike, reading your comment, I imagined this situation:<br /><br /><i>On the street</i><br /><br />Police officer:<br />- Sir, is this your dimension?!<br /><br />Mike:<br />- Why, thank you very much. I didn't really miss it. You can keep it, and have a nice day.ZeroIsEverythinghttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13236152077605874591noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-62094929456910786672015-10-28T10:14:19.580-07:002015-10-28T10:14:19.580-07:00Losing a dimension makes sense in light of the hol...Losing a dimension makes sense in light of the holographic principle:<br /><br />https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holographic_principle#Energy.2C_matter.2C_and_information_equivalenceRyan Pavlickhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00889118190372082068noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-29608587689559465002015-10-28T08:30:16.270-07:002015-10-28T08:30:16.270-07:00Alain: The Higgs mechanism is only responsible for...Alain: The Higgs mechanism is only responsible for electron & quark mass, only 0.1% of known mass, so it is negligible.Mike McCullochhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00985573443686082382noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-90099101916610293042015-10-28T08:27:23.641-07:002015-10-28T08:27:23.641-07:00Czeko: Thanks. I'm working on a sheltering mod...Czeko: Thanks. I'm working on a sheltering model & I can get to Newton, but oddly I seem to lose a dimension on the way!.. Can't say more yet..Mike McCullochhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00985573443686082382noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-3836952368806793692015-10-28T06:15:30.940-07:002015-10-28T06:15:30.940-07:00interesting.
I think about what is the way matter ...interesting.<br />I think about what is the way matter interact with unruh radiation, to behave like mass...<br /><br />If I understand well, if a radiation interact with matter, it is because of Higgs boson ? and the sensibility to higgs is what creat various particles mass?<br /><br />unruhradiation which interact with higgs boson and particle maybe change the pattern, creating casimir effect ?<br /><br />is Higgs mechanism compatible with MiHsC ,inertia? or do they compete?Alain Coetmeurhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08352476615242858677noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4637778157419388168.post-64188301323844469112015-10-28T01:10:06.553-07:002015-10-28T01:10:06.553-07:00Best explanation so far.
Maybe mass shadows Unru...Best explanation so far. <br /><br />Maybe mass shadows Unruh radiation?Czekohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04231020181834141834noreply@blogger.com