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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on Apr. 3, 2020 @ 01:22 GMT
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The problems of Undecidability, Uncomputability and Unpredictability of physical processes are caused by the lack of an objective understanding of relativistic effects and quantum processes, due to insufficiently substantiated axiomatic in physics. These problems can be solved using the pilot wave quantum mechanics, based on the observed phenomena and calculations. It is assumed in the work that the device of the Universe is based on a single essence - a toroidal gravitational pilot wave. De Broglie pilot waves are vortices of deterministic turbulence in the material, dynamic and fractal medium of a physical vacuum. Pilot waves form toroidal gravitational waves and fields, which in the process of quantum transformations form the only mechanism of of force of inertia formation. The paper gives the universal quantum laws of the Universe associated with Rydberg formula. It is shown that these laws are valid for all levels of fractal matter, from elementary particles, to planetary and stellar systems and organisms. Depending on the energy of the external perturbation of matter, identical and similar self-organizing quantum structures are formed from pilot waves. Thus instead of global chaos, there is deterministic turbulence of quantum pilot waves in the material medium. That is, “chaos” is an order that we do not know about. Dynamic pilot wave mechanisms of energy conversion are the cause of self-organization of matter in solitons structures. All pilot waves are governed by the laws of quantum classical parametric resonance in a non-ideal, nonlinear, neutrino, fractal, and dynamic material medium of a physical vacuum. The energy circulation of the elements of matter in the solitons pilot wave forms a gravitational field and provides an equilibrium state in the potential well.

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Vladimir Fedorov graduated from the Krasnoyarsk Polytechnic Institute in Russia, the mechanical engineer, the radio engineer, Graduate School Research Institute of Intrascopy in Moscow, devices of non-destructive testing and structural analysis. Vladimir worked in the Siberian Federal University. He has developed the simple and effective device for the detection of gravitational waves and got very interesting results. His current research interests include the foundations of physics, cosmology and the theory of everything. Vladimir lives in Bulgaria and glad to meet with like-minded people for applications.

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Edwin Eugene Klingman wrote on Apr. 3, 2020 @ 06:21 GMT
Dear Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov,

I fully agree that “the device of the Universe is based on a single essence - a toroidal gravitational pilot wave”, if by device, you mean the elementary particle.

DeBroglie pilot waves are vortices of deterministic turbulence in the material...of a physical vacuum.” This is exactly what I claimed in my earlier essay The Nature of the Wave Function which you might find interesting.

Yes, there is determinative turbulence of quantum pilot waves in the material medium [the gravitomagnetic field energy density].

Your introduction is superb:

In modern physics, quantum mechanics is, in fact, a theory of potential wells that are associated with deBroglie abstract probability waves. However, deBroglie waves must be material.

All of this is based on your first page; it gets denser. I forgot about your complete mastery of embedded animation. As a result, this is probably the most information dense essay on record. I look forward to studying the rest of your essay.

I hope you find mine just as enjoyable.

deciding on spacetime

Edwin Eugene Klingman

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on Apr. 4, 2020 @ 12:28 GMT
Dear Edwin,

I fully agree that:

“In current approaches the question of ontology (if it even arises!) is often left up in the air; efforts are focused on mathematics. For those who believe that physical reality arises from mathematics, this probably makes sense. For the rest of us, physical reality (ontology) is a given, which we attempt to model with mathematics. This makes sense and has worked well for centuries”.

Your presentation presentation is also very superb:

“With experimental evidence of particle plusreal wave, and a path to Schrödinger’s equation of quantum mechanics, we now ask how real physical waves provide abstract probability amplitudes?”

“So quantum mechanics is based on real local particle-plus-induced-wave, not on mystical non-local superposition of non-real wavefunctions of the kind Bohr, Feynman and others insist “no one can understand.” Recall that John Bell was inspired by de Broglie’s theory and noted that the wave is just as real as Maxwell’s fields, stating “No one can understand this theory until he is willing to think of as a real objective field rather than just a ‘probability amplitude’.” 16ΨBell also noted “...two particles interact at short range and strong spin correlations are induced which persist when the particles move far apart.” This is entanglement, a very fragile resource,17 but just how far can one particle interfere with another or with itself?”

I hope that my modest achievements can be information for reflection for you.

Warm Regards,

Vladimir

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Peter Jackson wrote on Apr. 7, 2020 @ 16:45 GMT
Dear Vladimir,

I found your essay well written and informative, adding to my perception and understanding of how De Broglie Pilot waves can work. We also agree in a lot of areas, which is helpful, if sometimes not immediately apparent. h That we both see QM as flawed is more apparent, and I identify John Bells agreement with our position in my essay, which challenges the very foundations of ALL our theory. It's also as dense as yours, or more so! I hope yu understand and appreciate it.

I note you don't mention 'Black Holes', which I find as the most powerful example of the toroidal twin vortex AGN, but taking the 'chinamans hat' soliton profile producing the ubiquitous helical polar jets. What is your view of current beliefs about black holes?

Well done, and I think your current 1 score is a travesty and just trolling. Mine had the same applied twice!! You'll be pleased I have yours down for a high score, and hope to get to scoring soon.

Very well done.

Peter

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Dizhechko Boris Semyonovich wrote on Apr. 8, 2020 @ 15:21 GMT
Dear Vladimir N. Fedorov, digging deep, in general, is ingenious, but very difficult. I believe that we should leave complexity to the theories that are already presented in textbooks, and what we are trying to create should simplify their understanding. Initially, this complexity arises from the assertion that matter exists in space and in time. I affirm that matter creates space and time. Feel the difference? As Descartes said - give me matter and I will build the world. It is motion that turns space into observable matter - matter. The rotational motion of space is the most energetically favorable motion in comparison with the rectilinear motion, it creates the potential holes.

              I invite you to discuss my essay, in which I show the successes of the neocartesian generalization of modern physics, based on the identity of Descartes’ space and matter: “The transformation of uncertainty into certainty. The relationship of the Lorentz factor with the probability density of states. And more from a new Cartesian generalization of modern physics. by Dizhechko Boris Semyonovich ". Please visit the

FQXi Boris Dzhechko [/ link]

      At the very beginning of the essay, I repeat twice the idea that rectilinear motion, in essence, is a motion around a circle of infinitely large radius and, if this radius is reduced, then in infinitesimal laws of motion of the theory of relativity will go over to the laws of quantum mechanics.

Next come mathematical formulas that only spoil my essay, but without them in any way. I will be pleased if you catch their main meaning and bless me for the further generalization of modern physics. I give high ratings to those who visit my page and leave her comment on it regarding the neo-Cartesian generalization of modern physics, even if they did not agree.

Sincerely, Dizhechko Boris Semyonovich.

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Dizhechko Boris Semyonovich replied on Apr. 8, 2020 @ 15:26 GMT
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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on Apr. 9, 2020 @ 08:15 GMT
Dear Dizhechko Boris Semyenovich,

I appreciate your aspirations to the fundamentals of building fundamental theories:

“According to Descartes, in the world there is nothing but vortices, and these swirls of space create our world, thanks to which we exist”.

“New Cartesian physics provides the Foundation for building fundamental theories. This Foundation is built on the principle of identity of space and matter of Descartes”.

Despite the use of different terminology, we are talking about the same thing in the dispute of Descartes vs Newton.

Best regards,

Vladimir N. Fedorov

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on Apr. 19, 2020 @ 08:07 GMT
Vladimir Fedorov re-uploaded the file Fedorov_Fedorov_FQXi_2019_2_1.pdf for the essay entitled "Universal quantum laws of the universe to solve the problems of unsolvability, computability and unpredictability " on 2020-04-19 08:07:21 UTC.

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on Apr. 19, 2020 @ 08:07 GMT
Vladimir Fedorov re-uploaded the file Fedorov_Fedorov_FQXi_2019_2_1.pdf for the essay entitled "Universal quantum laws of the universe to solve the problems of unsolvability, computability and unpredictability " on 2020-04-19 08:07:27 UTC.

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James Lee Hoover wrote on Apr. 21, 2020 @ 19:18 GMT
Vladimir, welcome back:

With my meager academic background in physics, Your expression of the universal quantum laws goes from very illuminating in your introduction to quite dense mathematically as it gets into the quantum states of the solar system structure. With the aid of googling, I can generally follow, but felt a need for a more complete conclusion to wrap up and couple the quantum interrelationships provided from the universal to our relatively puny solar system. I do find the Bohmian mechanics explanation more satisfying than the standard Copenhagen interpretation. The pilot wave view seems to open the door to related concepts in realms of physics like neuro-physics as well.

Enjoyed your essay. Hope you will try mine: https://fqxi.org/community/forum/topic/3396

Jim Hoover

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on Apr. 23, 2020 @ 07:41 GMT
Dear Jim,

Thank you, glad you liked my work.

It’s great that you always want to find the root of the problem:

“The modern human narrative is about breaking boundaries, those thought to bar us from movingbeyond. One of the barriers held our most modern form of humans to confinement to this planet”.

“I do find the Bohmian mechanics explanation more satisfying...

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James Lee Hoover wrote on Apr. 23, 2020 @ 17:55 GMT
Vladimir,

My rating is your 3rd. I tell you this since 2 of my 5 are a 1 and a 2 w/o comments.

Good luck and stay well.

Jim Hoover

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James Lee Hoover replied on Apr. 23, 2020 @ 17:57 GMT
Thanks for your comments and your interesting response.

Jim

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on Apr. 24, 2020 @ 14:51 GMT
Greetings to all!

Undecidability, Uncomputability, and Unpredictability Essay Contest

Very interesting questions have been announced by FQXi for a solution in 2020. On the one hand, in fact, it is announced that the era of the principles of classical mechanics has passed. On the other hand, disputes about the principles of quantum mechanics have always existed and never ceased....

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Vladimir Rogozhin wrote on May. 7, 2020 @ 20:29 GMT
Dear Vladimir,

I read with great interest your essay with deep grounded ideas and calculations aimed at overcoming the crisis of interpretation and representation in the conceptual basis of fundamental physics. From the point of view of ontology, the concepts of wave and vortex are very important. A very important conclusion: "All observed phenomena are explained by a single entity and are calculated using universal quantum laws - these are only the first steps in the study of the Universe on the way to determinism." I believe that, step by step, overcoming the crisis of understanding in the basis of knowledge, fundamental physics will come to a unified picture of the world for physicists, mathematicians, cosmologists, biologists, information workers, poets and musicians. The only wish: to give from the very beginning the complete ontological structure of matter and its justification. Will there be a need for the concept of “physical vacuum”? I think the philosophical testament of Paul Florensky will be important here: "We repeat: worldunderstanding is spaceunderstanding / Повторяем: миропонимание - пространствопонимание." Carlo Rovelli is absolutely right: Physics Needs Philosophy / Philosophy Needs Physics .I wish you success!

With kind regards,

Vladimir Rogozhin

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Jonathan J. Dickau wrote on May. 15, 2020 @ 13:15 GMT
I thank you for your comments on my page Vladimir...

I looked at the material on inactivating coronavirus, which looked interesting. My departed Physics mentor would have had a practical device online by now, doing something like you describe. Precise frequencies are key to targeting viral sites of attachment or whatever. Too much EMF in the air and some frequencies present may exacerbate the problem - rather than eliminating the virus. I would recommend a look at the impressive raft of info collected by Chris King.

The Covid-19 / SARS-CoV-2 Papers

I also looked at your latest comment above. I admire the work of Arnold Neumaier so I appreciate that reference. He is fairly cautious and dedicated to the constructivist view, so his work in general can be trusted. Did you know he worked with Brouwer? As to your comments from and about 't Hooft; I have personal experience of that discussion. I asked precisely that question of Gerard at FFP10 after reading that some theories (like LQG) might be falsified because they make predictions of unobserved Lorentz invariance violations.

So I inquired of professor 't Hooft if his CA-based theory was possible to confirm or disprove on the basis of similar experimental evidence. His initial answer was "it's too early to tell" with a brief explanation. But to my surprise, at FFP11 the following year; Professor 't Hooft devoted 4 or 5 slides in his talk to a discussion of the desirability of and the ultimate difficulty with creating Lorentz invariance as an emergent property of a discrete system.

So I can relate. More comment after reading the essay.

Best,

Jonathan

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Jonathan J. Dickau wrote on May. 15, 2020 @ 16:22 GMT
Honestly...

You give me a bit of information overload Vladimir. Your analysis is dense; which I mean both as a compliment and a critique. I would state that I am in high percentage agreement with a lot of what you set out, or I think I am, but it seems a bit defocused to allow more content in that may not be germane to the question the organizers set for us to grapple with. As with some of the professional scientists, a certain amount of specialized knowledge is assumed or required to fully assess your present work. Your presentation is direct and forceful, but in some cases it would be better framed as a proposal.

Even though not cited; it appears as though Sakharov's 1967 paper on how curvature could be attributed to quantum mechanical effects (induced gravity) contributed to your explanation for gravitation. Indeed; my Physics mentor was insistent that one could model the action of gravity as an unbalanced photon pair interaction. So I am not throwing out your ideas or saying they are wrong, only that you make the reader assume what you want them to believe in order to evaluate you fully.

I have come to some of the same conclusions as you, so we are largely on the same page, but I also have some questions or issues to raise. My feelings are mixed or perhaps I just have information indigestion. There is a lot to take in, in your essay, especially with the linked content. So a second reading will be required, and I'll be back to rate your paper either way.

All the Best,

Jonathan

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Satyavarapu Naga Parameswara Gupta wrote on May. 16, 2020 @ 01:11 GMT
Dear Vladimir,

Cpasiba vam balshoya, glya vas post , ya zabil Rusci yazik, ya bil va kiev glya 6 myasas in 1982.... I am sorry for many mistakes.

Thank you for picturesque essay, easily understandable. I gave the best ratings just now for your wonderful essay,

see my reply on my essay

Best

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Satyavarapu Naga Parameswara Gupta replied on May. 16, 2020 @ 01:28 GMT
Dear vladimir,

Have look at my blog for further details on my papers and books....

" http://vaksdynamicuniversemodel.blogspot.com/2018/ "

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on May. 16, 2020 @ 07:21 GMT
Dear Jonathan

I thank you for your comments on my page.

You are right, I said everything in the presentation of my essay, the rest is just an application.

This kind of “information indigestion” will probably be useful and there will be something left in head of everyone’s to think about.

I could arrange the same “information indigestion” with elementary particles, but I chose the solar system so that I could visualize what each spectral line of an atom is in reality, where their analogues exist, instead of abstractions of quantum mechanics. And then it will be clear that the whole Universe functions according to unified quantum laws.

Gerard't Hooft

is a man of genius person, so he himself admits that he does not understand what people tell him about their theories and why they say it.

But he has keywords that can change the whole of science, how Maxwell changed science by creating his own equations, presenting his rotors in the form of simple cogwheel models.

Gerard't Hooft says:

"We conclude that the most general model will be described as a set of simple periodic cogwheel models with varying periodicities."

We need to ask him a question about the number of teeth in his gears. It is possible that he himself will think of the fact that there should be 137 pieces.

This will be a “shot from a cannon to top of a mountain to turn the potential energy of snow into an avalanche."

All the Best,

Vladimir

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Pavel Vadimovich Poluian wrote on May. 16, 2020 @ 09:53 GMT
Dear Vladimir!

Just read your essay. We value your work to the maximum, we liked everything!

We wish you success!

Truly yours,

Pavel Poluian and Dmitry Lichargin,

Siberian Federal University.

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adel sadeq wrote on May. 16, 2020 @ 13:34 GMT
Dear Vladimir,

Thank you for commenting on my essay, as a matter of of fact I was reading your essay just minutes before you commented.

I agree with your general comment that many of the essays don't really try to show any fundamental connection with the current physics, many are mere philosophical musing, some with"equations" but with a taste of numerology.

As to your idea I can see some thinking but I have not read it thoroughly since you have a lot equations. However, there is a similarity to my idea in the sense that mine automatically emphasizing wave length( which yours does the same), particularly, it shows that a wave of the size of classical electron radius carries energy of mc^2, when interaction is very weak. I will have more questions about your idea later. Thanks

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Branko L Zivlak wrote on May. 16, 2020 @ 18:49 GMT
Dear Vladimir

The second time I read your essay. It is not easy to understand.

Are neutrinos solitons?

What is the analogy of a hydrogen atom in another solar system that, for example, has only one planet. Exelent essay.

Regards,

Branko

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on May. 17, 2020 @ 03:35 GMT
Dear Branko,

Solitons are all elements of all levels of matter. All of them form gravispheres, which are potential wells. Neutrinos are usually called elements of the orbital electrons of the quark level of matter, which are, for example, elements of molecular bonds and which form orbital potential wells.

The function of the planets is to concentrate the energy of the environment of the physical vacuum in the star to minimize the energy of its interaction with high-speed flows of the environment. This function is similar to the function of electrons in an atom, to protect the nucleus from possible external disturbances.

The other solar system is different, for example, in the same way that the planetary system of Saturn is different from the planetary systems of Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune Mars, Venus and the Earth. Earth has one large satellite, unlike other planets. Universal quantum laws form many variants of gravispheres (potential wells), as well as many complex atoms.

Warm Regards,

Vladimir

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John David Crowell wrote on May. 17, 2020 @ 17:00 GMT
Hello Validimir. Thanks for commenting on my essay. Your essay and your reply generated ideas on my part and I hope this reply will generate some new ideas for you. The first paragraph of your essay is true. The “... insufficiently substantiated axiomatic in physics” is the problem. In my essay I addressed that problem from a different point of view. My expertise is in creativity with a background in the physical sciences and mathematics. Creating new processes and chemicals based on natural processes/results was my field. So your equations, language and definitions are - to some degree- “foreign” to me. However, it seems to me that your “... single essence- a toroidal gravitational pilot wave is the same as the initiating vortex that became the Planck actions that became the space, time, mass, speed, direction variables/relationships that became the forms and functions of the original SSCU - described in the appendix of my essay. This original SSCU scaled up to become the physical universe and its contents. Your “... chaos is an order that we do not know about” is the precursor that becomes the vortex in the SSCU (your gravitational pilot wave). Also , in my theory, “all observed phenomena are explained by a single entity- the C*s to SSCU transformation- which creates and adheres to the universal quantum laws. I believe that, if you can “translate the essence of my theory into yours, you will see they are very similar in regards to the creation and functioning of the universe. I hope this will germinate some additional thoughts that are useful. Thanks again John

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Christian Corda wrote on May. 18, 2020 @ 08:18 GMT
Dear Vladimir,

You wrote an interesting and provocative Essay deserving a high score. Restoring de Broglie's abstract probability waves, by giving them a real, physical meaning, could really be the root to realize a deterministic quantum mechanics, in the sense of your nice statement that ""chaos" is an order that we do not know about." Good luck in the Contest!

Cheers, Ch.

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James A Putnam wrote on May. 18, 2020 @ 09:54 GMT
Dear Vladimir,

You achieve a strong method for fixing physics. There are many parts that are richly quotable. I decided to point attention to this pronouncement of yours:

"Fundamental πα-resonance (together with α-resonance) determines the parameters of limit elements for all levels of fractal matter and determines [t]he single synchronous grid of resonant frequencies [1, 2, 4, 5]. Resonant frequencies synchronize all processes and ensure the uniformity of the flow of time in the Universe."

I wish you success,

James A Putnam

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Jonathan J. Dickau wrote on May. 18, 2020 @ 10:34 GMT
May it amuse you Vladimir...

The attached image shows the Mandelbrot Butterfly turned inside out, unrolled about (-1,0i). This image clearly shows DeBroglie-Bohm atoms guided by pilot waves. The span from decoupling to the cold dark end of the cosmos runs from the top left edge to the center. Accordingly; you can see the action of gravity and also the different types of black holes embedded in a fractal spacetime background.

So some of what you have derived independently merely recapitulates what has been written in the outline of Mandelbrot Set since before the beginning of time. I learned how to create such images myself ~ 33 years ago. As it turns out; I also walked past the lab of Couder and Fort when attending FFP11, and I wondered at the hype and the low-tech gear. Little did I know. I only learned later what they were up to.

John Bush told me he could not see the resemblance, when I sent him the same image, but to me it is obvious. This image could be an illustration for some of what you write about.

Regards,

Jonathan

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Jonathan J. Dickau replied on May. 18, 2020 @ 10:37 GMT
Whoops too big.

Low-res version attached here instead. I'll make a link to the hi-res one.

Jonathan

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on May. 18, 2020 @ 12:09 GMT
Jonathan,

attachments: 1_Plateau.jpg

Great picture, I need to try to describe it in my leisure time according to my fractal structure formulas.

Vladimir

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Jonathan J. Dickau replied on May. 18, 2020 @ 14:48 GMT
Glad you can appreciate it...

Hi-res version your way before long.

Jonathan

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Lachlan Cresswell wrote on May. 18, 2020 @ 13:26 GMT
Dear Vladimir,

Your analysis of the quantum states of the solar system brought to mind the Titius-Bode Rule for planetary distances, which also seems to work in a modified form for exo-planets. "Dubrulle and Graner showed that power-law distance rules can be a consequence of collapsing-cloud models of planetary systems possessing two symmetries: rotational invariance (the cloud and its contents are axially symmetric) and scale invariance (the cloud and its contents look the same on all scales), the latter is a feature of many phenomena considered to play a role in planetary formation, such as turbulence."- Wiki

I'll need to ponder it some more, as yours is a competing theory to mine.

Best wishes

Lockie Cresswell

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Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri wrote on May. 18, 2020 @ 14:32 GMT
Dear Vladimir:

Good thoughts in your article!

Thanks for your positive comments on my essay.

I do see that there are some convergence in our thinking, albeit coming from very different angles. this is "healthy". Commonality arising out diveregent thinking usually guides our thinking towrads a better ontological "picture" of nature.

Chandra.

Contact me, if you feel like:

Chandra.Roychoudhuri@uconn.edu

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Jonathan J. Dickau wrote on May. 18, 2020 @ 16:18 GMT
Since there is substantial overlap in our research...

I would very much like to hear your more detailed analysis of MY work and the relative compatibilities or incompatibilities Vladimir. You related a brief quote then left a generic message (that I've seen several times now) so I don't know if you even took the time to look at my paper. And yet; you are asking for my comments on yours to reflect an appreciation for the significant work you have done.

My learning arc has been very different from yours. I made a discovery in pure Maths, almost by accident. Then as with Haldane; I grappled for years with its significance, and how that insight might be applied, before I gained the appreciation and confidence to show it to others. At this point; I feel like Darwin after accumulating an enormous amount of evidence for his theory of evolution.

What are your thoughts?

Jonathan

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Jonathan J. Dickau replied on May. 18, 2020 @ 18:12 GMT
Sorry if my questions are an annoyance Vladimir...

For the record; I think perhaps DeBroglie had ideas more in line with reality than Bohm, but that both brought to the table ideas with merit. Some feel that the recent failures of quantum analog experiments to reproduce double-slit interference reliably signals a death knell for DeBroglie-Bohm in general, but I think it has more to do with the viscous medium or physical properties of the diffusers they used (edge effects perhaps). I have no doubt, in any case, that DB-B offers insight conventional QM cannot, because it speaks to the phenomenology and not just the results.

Thoughts on this?

Jonathan

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BASILEIOS GRISPOS wrote on May. 18, 2020 @ 18:31 GMT
Dear Vladimir

Thanks you spent some time to read my essay and the nice comments you wrote about it.

Your essay is very interesting, but I had to spend a lot of time to understanding. It is a difficult essay because the subject of it,The Universal Quantum laws of the Universe is very difficult in the first place but you treat it in a scientific matter very well.

I wish you good luck in this contest

Best regards

Vassilis

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Neil Bates wrote on May. 18, 2020 @ 23:20 GMT
Dear Dr. Fedorov,

Fascinating, rather comprehensive (at the level we can achieve here) and creative. I wonder if your attempt to connect dBB mechanics with gravity has some interrelation with Penrose's ideas. "Toroidal" - interestingly, the issue of quantum spin has been a problem with the Bohmian pilot-wave theory, just at first hunch (having only read your abstract) I wonder if that might allow for fuller treatment of spin. I note that various thinkers have counter-intuitively connected gravity to other processes and perspectives, such as thermodynamics.

To be frank: I don't see that the basic "Bode" structure of planetary orbits would be very analogous to Bohr orbits, but your try is valiant. There could be some unusual connection that is less direct, as sometimes happens (for example how laws of optics "conspire" with statistical thermodynamics to prevent the former from violating the Second Law through such as focusing light to greater surface brightness than the source. Yet I wonder if just maybe a meta-material could accomplish such a feat?)

Finally: if any readers might take at look at my own piece, addressing the issue of the strong correlations of entanglement and how neo-mechanistic models of quantum physics aren't enough. It is very relevant to the Fedorov essay, because of direct examination of what kinds of information (or not) pilot-wave style interactions could carry between particles and measurements. Thank you.

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barry gilbert wrote on May. 19, 2020 @ 03:38 GMT
Dear Vladimir,

I like your work, it will take me some time to fully digest your essay but I gave you a ten for your effort.

Good luck

Barry

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on May. 19, 2020 @ 04:35 GMT
Dear Sirs,

My big thanks to you for the good words about my essay. And I apologize for not having allocated enough time to discuss the essay and I will not be able to answer your questions now, I do not have the right to do so now. I will answer later. Now I need to focus only on the most urgent problem, on the fight against the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 pandemic worldwide. We must be prepared for such pandemics as soon as possible now and especially in the future.

Warmest wishes.

Vladimir

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Author Vladimir Nikolaevich Fedorov wrote on May. 19, 2020 @ 04:58 GMT
While the discussion lasted, I wrote an article: “Practical guidance on calculating resonant frequencies at four levels of diagnosis and inactivation of COVID-19 coronavirus”, due to the high relevance of this topic. The work is based on the practical solution of problems in quantum mechanics, presented in the essay FQXi 2019-2020 “Universal quantum laws of the universe to solve the problems of unsolvability, computability and unpredictability”.

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