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August 23, 2019

CATEGORY: FQXi Essay Contest - Spring, 2017 [back]
TOPIC: Singleton Superset is most fundamental by Jayakar Johnson Joseph [refresh]
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Author Jayakar Johnson Joseph wrote on Jan. 26, 2018 @ 16:22 GMT
Essay Abstract

There are many fundamentals that can be defined in Cosmology and related sciences. Thus, in this article we rank most of these fundamentals by subset and superset to find what is the most fundamental. As the universe consists of Matter and energy, we define an axiom of ‘Matter with Energy’ as the element in a Singleton. To explore this, we may consider two cosmological models. One is the Standard Cosmological Model and the other is an Alternative Cosmological Paradigm of, Eigen-rotational Clusters of string-matter Universe. This analysis has been made through, the Origin of Dynamics and Time in the Universe, The Quark-Gluon Plasma of Primordial universe, Origin of Elements and Higgs field, Evolutionary Biology and the Paradoxes of existing universe. In this work we conclude that, ‘Matter with Energy’ may be the most fundamental and may be representational by Segmented Elastic String-matter continua, that is fundamental to fundamental particles.

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Medical graduate and specialized in Surgery. Working in, Alternative Cosmology and Exponential Digital Healthcare. Detailed biography at: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2936-8231

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Author Jayakar Johnson Joseph wrote on Jan. 26, 2018 @ 17:06 GMT
Thank you for publishing this essay in the contest and I invite comments for discussions

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Author Jayakar Johnson Joseph replied on Feb. 16, 2018 @ 21:37 GMT
This essay is based on an 'Eigen-rotational Clusters of String-matter Universe' (ECSU) paradigm, that is theoretically validated by me and to be validated experimentally. The postulates to be proved are:

1. The Universe is made up of String-matter continua.

2. A String-matter continuum of existing universe consistsis, heterogeneous or homogeneous string-segments.

3. In a Heterogeneous string-matter continuum, the two-dimensional width of each string-segment varies.

4. Heterogeneous string-matter continua are the source for, three-dimensional structure formation and their aggregation.

5. Eigen-rotation of string-segments in Heterogeneous String-matter continua, is causal for the three-dimensional structure formation and their aggregates in that, geometrically quantized Triangular Bi-pyramidal brane (TBP-brane) is fundamental.

6. Higher the two-dimensional width of a String-segment in a Heterogeneous string-matter continuum, higher its Potential energy and lower its Kinetics energy.

7. Lesser the two-dimensional width of a String-segment, faster the energy propagates through it by eigen-rotations.

8. While there is propagation of energy by Eigen-rotation of String-segments in a string-matter continuum, the propagating string-segment is geometrically quantized as Tetrahedral brane (T-brane), that propagates with a duel wavelength wave mechanics.

9. While a T-brane propagates in a string-matter continuum, it protrudes and establishes contacts with one or many other String-matter continua, directly.

10. While two string-matter continua joins together by propagating T-branes, it may or may not rip off one or many string-segments from the joining string-matter continuum.

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DIOGENES AYBAR wrote on Jan. 27, 2018 @ 19:35 GMT
Dear Jayakar;

The great majority of scientist have their own prefered set of fundamentals. Most of them are biased by their background and culture.

To seek and find the so called fundamentals as close as possible from reality, we must step aside and look upon what's going on in physics with an umbiased eye.

In yours, as in most proposals I have read in this contest, I a strong attachment to the traditional concepts and methods that have let physicists to a dead end.

Your ideas are insightfull, but I think that they are trapped in biased anderroneous concepts.

Truly yours;

Diogenes

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Author Jayakar Johnson Joseph replied on Jan. 30, 2018 @ 07:06 GMT
Dear Diogenes,

As per Eigen-rotational Clusters of String-matter Universe (ECSU) paradigm, by which this article has been articulated; the Universe has collective intelligence and seems to be conservative rather than destructive by itself. Thus the universe is conscious and there is no dead end.

With kind regards,

Jayakar

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Vladimir Rogozhin wrote on Jan. 31, 2018 @ 11:06 GMT
Dear Jayakar,

I read with great interest your deep essay with very interesting and important alternative ideas and conclusions aimed at overcoming the crisis of understanding in fundamental science, the search for a solid foundation of knowledge. Your ideas are perfectly represented. Today it is important for all Humanity to support the competition of ideas, primarily in fundamental physics and cosmology .. I invite you to also get acquainted with my ontological ideas. I believe that physicists and poets should have a single picture of the Universim filled with the meanings of the "LifeWorld" (E. Husserl).

"Tired in my way I asked the destiny:

“Who pushes me in my back so ruthlessly?” –

“Look back!” – I look – and the complaint ceases:

It is my past who pushes me forward."


(Rabindranath Tagore)

Successes in the Contest!

All the Best,

Vladimir

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Author Jayakar Johnson Joseph replied on Feb. 2, 2018 @ 03:36 GMT
Dear Vladimir,

Thank you for the appreciation and encouragement of this work. I shall go through your work and write my opinion.

Kind regards & thanks

Jayakar

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Satyavarapu Naga Parameswara Gupta wrote on Feb. 7, 2018 @ 02:39 GMT
Dr Jayakar Johnson Joseph,

Woderful words ..."As the universe consists of Matter and energy, we define an axiom of ‘Matter with Energy’ as the element in a Singleton." Based on these words...

Thank you for your interest in alternative cosmologies....Have a look at Dynamic Universe model. Energy to matter conversion is forcasted...Here in my essay energy to mass conversion is...

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Author Jayakar Johnson Joseph replied on Feb. 16, 2018 @ 05:25 GMT
Thank you dear Satyavarapu for your interest in this work. I shall go through your essay and I hope that I shall get valuable references for my work, from your assumptions and findings.

With kind regards

Jayakar

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Peter Jackson wrote on Feb. 15, 2018 @ 13:17 GMT
Jayakar,

Fascinating and original ideas, nicely described and illustrated. I couldn't comment on it's scientific basis and perhaps you'll need to identify more evidence for it to go further but I don't think any hypothesis should be ruled out.

Like all new ideas it may sound crazy to many but you may know the story of a conference with Neils Bohr listening. After a presentation of a new idea someone in mainstream said; 'but that's just crazy'. Bohr comment was; 'Yes, but the question is, is it crazy enough to be true!'

I also have a derivation most may think crazy Classical QM! But it's consistent and works!

Nicely done. Best of luck.

Peter

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Author Jayakar Johnson Joseph replied on Feb. 22, 2018 @ 19:16 GMT
Thank you dear Peter.

Yes, many of the identified evidences may not be expressed in relevancy of this contest topic. In the book, 'Eternal Universe', that is yet to be completed; I try to specify the ECSU paradigm with maximal correspondence to Standard cosmology, with evidences.

With best regards,

Jayakar

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Steven Andresen wrote on Feb. 22, 2018 @ 07:37 GMT
Dear Jayakar

If you are looking for another essay to read and rate in the final days of the contest, will you consider mine please? I read all essays from those who comment on my page, and if I cant rate an essay highly, then I don’t rate them at all. Infact I haven’t issued a rating lower that ten. So you have nothing to lose by having me read your essay, and everything to...

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Kamal L Rajpal wrote on Feb. 23, 2018 @ 16:46 GMT
Dear Jayakar Johnson Joseph,

I have read your Essay and agree with you that Matter and Energy are the most fundamental. I will rate the essay shortly.

Quantum Mechanics claims that an electron can be both spin-up and spin-down at the same time. In my conceptual physics Essay on Electron Spin, I have proved that this is not true. Please read: https://fqxi.org/community/forum/topic/3145

Kamal Rajpal

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Peter Jackson wrote on Feb. 25, 2018 @ 18:50 GMT
Jayakar,

Following above response I haven't seen comment on mine yet, hope you get to it as I'm sure you'll appreciate it. I'm now applying scores so you can expect an appropriate boost.

Very best

Peter

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