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Quantum Antigravity: on 4/17/17 at 23:21pm UTC, wrote EXPERIMENTAL quantum Anti-gravity —...

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Peter Jackson: on 11/21/14 at 18:39pm UTC, wrote Akinbo, "If it is elliptical, then there will be headache for QM." Perhaps...

Akinbo Ojo: on 11/21/14 at 9:42am UTC, wrote There is a lovely picture of the hydrogen atom in the 'Spot the Difference...

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Michael Mangan wrote on Nov. 19, 2014 @ 13:41 GMT
Hi, Could there be dark energy inside the atom and it seems to me that there is a certain Intelligence in there too.

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Steve Agnew wrote on Nov. 21, 2014 @ 04:58 GMT
What in the world is going on? Please...give us some red meat, not these philosophistic sylogistic nothings. We need something real to comment on...

How about a real measurement? Oh, that would be a surprise. How about a real issue? No, that would be way too dramatic.

Look, you can give your money away however you like...and we do not even need to know...but you need to challenge the blog with real issues, not the made up mamby pamby issues of mainstream physics.

If mainstream physics were able to get us out of the deep hole that we are in, then mainstream physics would have done it already.

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Akinbo Ojo replied on Nov. 21, 2014 @ 09:42 GMT
There is a lovely picture of the hydrogen atom in the 'Spot the Difference to Reveal Exotic Particles' article here. Looks roundish.

I wonder if the resolution can be clear enough to tell us whether the shape is elliptical with the nucleus at one focus, as it is in the solar system model. If it is elliptical, then there will be headache for QM.

Akinbo

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Peter Jackson wrote on Nov. 21, 2014 @ 18:39 GMT
Akinbo,

"If it is elliptical, then there will be headache for QM." Perhaps not necessarily, though maybe for present interpretations.

This, showing classically that QM appears to be all about 3 axis 3D ellipticity, (QM's 'spherical co-ordinates') has been going a little viral on the web archive. I hope you might read it if you haven't yet and report how comprehensible to a non quantum physicist. We've tried to bridge the great divide in the prose.

Quasi-classical Entanglement, Superposition and Bell Inequalities

Many thanks,

Peter

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Akinbo Ojo replied on Nov. 21, 2014 @ 19:17 GMT
Will read and feedback

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Akinbo Ojo replied on Nov. 22, 2014 @ 11:42 GMT
Peter,

I looked for your paper using the link but finally read it on vixra. I didn't read in detail because 1) I take the subject of QM as far from complete and full of rabbits. 2) I was put off early by a claim you and your co-author made early in the paper which appears untrue.

You said, "The problem for that classical view is this; At the same settings, if Alice has 'up' (so...

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Quantum Antigravity wrote on Apr. 17, 2017 @ 23:21 GMT
EXPERIMENTAL quantum Anti-gravity — https://quantumantigravity.wordpress.com



I have made a theoretical as well as an empirical scientific discovery

of quantum gravity and quantum antigravity.



Present day quantum gravity theories suffer from

too many mathematical space dimensions, and from

too few conclusive experimental results.



My hypothesis is simple, clear,

and subject to easy empirical verification :

https://quantumantigravity.wordpress.com



Should you have any questions or need clarification,

I am more than happy to answer.

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