1. I am the author of a new form a Mathematical geometry called quantum-dimensional mathematics. I was trained in meta-science and Scientific statistics at Columbia University by Robert Merton and Burton Singer in the 60s and 70s. Since my retirement in 2008, I have returned to my Scientific/mathematical training. This started with a mathematical mind experiment." Would Motion still be possible if there were a variance in time across space?" The answer revealed by the mathematical experiment was astounding. Motion would be possible but velocity would be restricted by the variance in time. Secondly, space would be quantum. We live in a universe which is restricted in velocity to the speed of light and 20th Century Physics measured quanta on the microscopic level. As these quantum dimensional mathematics proceeded to be developed, they began to explain much more clearly the quantum measurements at the turn-of-the-20th-century by Max Planck and Jen Rydberg. They began to supplant early quantum mechanics, which had been based upon nonlinear mathematics, with the linear mathematics quantum dimensional geometry. Further, quantum dimensional mathematics gave a clearer and more precise model of the atom. It is these mathematics which I wish to reveal in this forum.  2.

3. Originally Posted by LawrenceDawson This started with a mathematical mind experiment." Would Motion still be possible if there were a variance in time across space?" The answer revealed by the mathematical experiment was astounding. Motion would be possible but velocity would be restricted by the variance in time. Secondly, space would be quantum.
What does variance in time across space mean?
How would velocity be restricted by this 'variance'?
Space would be quantum? Huh?
Further, quantum dimensional mathematics gave a clearer and more precise model of the atom.
What is the clearer and more precise model of an atom?  4. The variance in time across space means that at position one there is a measure of time [measured in minutes and seconds}. A certain distance away from this first time point is a second measure of time (also measured in seconds and minutes} which is behind the first measure. The second time point is behind the first measure by a percentage of seconds. This creates a force of separation because the disparate time points cannot occupy the same space. There must be a space a separation between them and this distance of separation is that required by the force of separation between the disparate time points. We have actually measured the difference in time at the order of 10^-24 seconds. The space of separation, called the "alpha space," is the fundamental quantum. The alpha space is of an order of magnitude of 10^-15 meters. These calculations came from the quantum dimensional model of the atom which is too complex to address in this short post.  Bookmarks
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