Mathematical Physics


Entanglement Related to Cosmology-TTM.

Authors: Dan Visser

This paper postulates a theoretical structure within entangled photons. The postulate is introduced within the framework of the cosmological Twin-Tori Model (TTM). Related papers are to be found in viXra[1,2,3,4,5,6]. After generally having derived equations and interpretations, a mass (mt) per 2 [rad] is calculated on  2.6 x 10^-34 [(J.s) m^2 / s]. This is a tiny (sub-quantum) spin, which moves forward in a surface-stream of the torus geometry that connects the entangled photons. The equivalent relativistic energy of (mt) has an energy much smaller than the equivalent energy of the Planck-mass (in Joule), which suggests a subdivision of approximately 0.73 x10^43 surfaces within (which means below) the Planck-scale. If a photon changes spin than the entangled photon could follow this change by means of that surface-structure within the torus geometry (per 2 rad]), while being an sub-quantum information-flux for the establishment of the entanglement in general. This refines time in the TTM and relates it to time in Einstein’s energy-tensor-equation.

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[v1] 29 Jan 2011
[v2] 2015-05-09 17:02:56

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