An analysis of the mechanics of quantum entanglement yields an understanding of our physical universe. Building a theory around the real way that photons, atoms, and molecules entangle simultaneously solves the riddle of the quantum leap, of electron theory, of the real nature of the so-called weak and strong forces, and of quarks. This is not an exhaustive list. An understanding of QE is a logarithmic leap of knowledge.
Tesla was partially correct. In his view, all energy transfer is scalar and longitudinal. It is scalar and longitudinal, absent the effects of a crystallographically defined universe, containing a lyotropic aether. Once those effects are factored into the thought process, energy transfer becomes a composite mechanism, with the primary force building out the self assembling structure of lyotropic aether, longitudinally via percolation, and a secondary force which is really of the same kind – but that is confined to a waveguide created by the primary force.
Thus, energy (and its attendant self assembled lyotropic aether) – reflects energy (and its attendant lyotropic aether). This is why you cannot build the motive force components of an electric motor with plastic. Metals create a laminar flow of energy, which builds out a crystallograpically defined field (of lyotropic aether) – and this facilitates an ordered energy field that can reflect other energies.
My detractors might say that I’ve never defined the lyotropic aether itself, excepting for the fact (my opinion actually) – that it’s lyotropic. A days work in a day, I say. There’s more to discover. Getting back to the motive components of the electric motor, we say that laminar, contiguous energy flow creates a refraction and reflection point for other energy flow. Think about the atom, which is mostly nothing excepting for its extremely dense nucleus. So, it’s not the nothingness that reflects energy flow, it’s the energy that resides in that nothingness. Even the nothingness is not really that – since the lyotropic aether pervades that space as well as all others.
What the flow of energy in the electric motor does is to build out a self assembled crystallographically defined field around itself. Subsequent force vectors introduced into the field are refracted and reflected from the aligned energies of the motive components – which may be mostly a surface effect. This applies to directed currents, whether or not they are in the form of a coil. Energy flow even in DC currents in straight wires builds out a crystallographically defined field about itself. The involvement of refraction and reflection explains why the skin effect is what it is. A magnetic field (static) is built by self assembly. An electrical field is also created within self assembled fields, crystallographically defined.
Looking at quantum entanglement, it is obvious (at least to me) – that it is a crystallographically defined phenomenon. The magic angle of 1.1 degrees that is often used with hexagonal crystals to entangle quantum objects (atoms, molecules, and photons) – implies very strongly that quantum entanglement is crystallographically defined, and so from this starting point we begin to unravel the secrets of the quantum entanglement itself, but of energy in general.
The nice thing about crystallographically defined theories is that they are real. The mass structure explorations of Linus Pauling were of real things, of the elements, and of that which we see all around us. This is a nice upgrade from the idea that so-called non-locality, connected to parallel universes, is at play. I like my nascent theory much more than the latter, because it’s obviously of the real realm of things. In the words of the scientist, classical. There is only classical physics, IMO, and the others are mirage.
Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics. Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.
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-thought processes on this level are far and few between. Thus naturally a bit of a lonely place to be. But positively needed in this place…
Thanks for the comment Lynn. Linus Pauling is known as one of the greatest scientist of the 20’th century. He was instrumental in many of the concepts underlying the understanding of modern chemistry. He is the only person ever awarded two different nobel prizes, and the only person besides Marie Curie to be awarded prizes in two different fields. His main claim to fame? Quantum chemistry and crystallography. Linus saw the entire universe’s mass content as sets of self-assembling crystals, and so do I. I simply add to his repertoire, saying that the space in between the masses is also crystalline, excepting that it’s very very small.