The value of non-Euclidean geometry lies in its ability to liberate us from preconceived ideas in preparation for the time when exploration of physical laws might demand some geometry other than the Euclidean. Bernhard Riemann
ON a macroscale the blackhole is a understanding of when we investigate curvature parameters with regards to the nature of our universe in spacetime. We understand this right?
What are the “entropic valuations” being recognized as we look to a earlier time of when the QGP existed and then such manifestaion in the “matters states” have exemplified such characteristics as?
I am going to give you a quick summation of what GR is. It is about “Gravity.” Now if you hold that in mind you should not loose any time with what I am telling you.
Now, how is it that we can see the dynamcial nature of the universe, yet, we would not consider the effect of the presence of microstate blackholes in regards to such gatherings in the space, of what we call “spacetime?” What would “such gatherings” show of itself?
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A circle of radius r has a curvature of size 1/r. Therefore, small circles have large curvature and large circles have small curvature. The curvature of a line is 0. In general, an object with zero curvature is “flat.”
Think about the “circle” and it’s 2D view of what the blackhole is doing in 3D +time in context of many blackholes. I always refer to “one” so you can see the comparative view that I am having little success in transferring to you, in what I am seeing.
The curvature parameters are closely associated to the thermodynamic realizations. This is importnat not only on a cosmological level, but on a microstate as well.
Lubos explains that here.
There are lots of other examples what you can do to increase the number of black holes. Change the couplings so that the stars burn their fuel faster, and they will collapse into black hole faster. Reduce the gap between the Planck scale and the QCD scale, and nuclear collisions will be more likely to end up as black holes.
It is quite obvious that the change of virtually any parameter of the Standard Model (plus inflation) in the right direction (one of the two directions) will result in an increase of the number of black holes. How can you doubt such a trivial thing?
So there is something about the nature of our universe and the balance that it seeks to maintain of itself? Here we are, looking at events within the cosmo and “secular views of it’s manfiestation” different then other locations within the universe. Yet not apart from it, or not indifferent to it’s nature to be part of a larger picture?
Silicon Vertex Tracker. The SVT is the heart of the BABAR experiment at SLAC—in the photo, physicists are putting the finishing touches on improvements to the detector. (Photo Courtesy of Peter Ginter)
SLAC’s BaBar collaboration has discovered that CP violation—an asymmetry between the behavior of matter and antimatter—exists even in a very rare class of particle decays. This result offers the most sensitive avenue yet for exploring matter-antimatter asymmetries, with implications for the future understanding of physics beyond the Standard Model.
“BaBar has proven to be a fantastic instrument for exploring the origins of matter-antimatter asymmetries, allowing us to probe with exquisite precision very rare processes related to how the early universe came to be matter dominated,” said David MacFarlane, BaBar Spokesperson and Professor at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.
So here we are having been given the example of CP violation above and here?
How is it that anything could be asymmetrical? 🙂 So you introduce anti-matter and matter?
If we could assemble all the antimatter we’ve ever made at CERN and annihilate it with matter, we would have enough energy to light a single electric light bulb for a few minutes.
As a observer Einstein made it clear that the observable universe has ideas attached to it. The “Pretty girl and the hot stove analogy” was compelling to those of us who recognized the values we may attach to life. “The Gravity of the situation?” How narrow our view of the world is when we feel the world is lost?
But the hope and inspiration is, that the world has a bright future when we undertsand the implications of our views. Our involvement in the “toposense of reality? We are “part and parcel” of it?
So, should we talk about the components of Heaven and Hell( my philosophical discourse on the nature of consciousness?)? You have to understand the picture and the dynamical nature this universe can say about it’s entropic valuation?
While I may have understood Omega, it didn’t come to the nature it is by not including a geomtrical perspective about the nature of that same universe.
That’s my point. It had to arise from a earlier time and the manifestation is the matter states we are defining in correlation to the entropic valuations.
While you see these as macro-characteristics and the relation to blackhole in 3d+time, the result is, a explanation of matter states in “macrostylistic beauty” we see in the events of the cosmo.
If such inclinations to drive the energy to a ever smaller defined circle, as it gets smaller “the difference is” not so indiscernable that the events of the “particle showers” created are matter states that arise form the energy that was used.
The deeper implications of such a thought from perspective is focused upward? Yet such perspective can be made from other positions? So some minds were flexible? Others, were just engineers? 😉
Understanding other worlds came naturally to him. Perhaps it was an inevitable consequence of being the child of Japanese Americans. His parents, though born in California, spent World War II behind barbed wire, guarded by people with machine guns: incarcerated by their own country as enemy aliens. Afterwards his father worked as a gardener, his mother a maid: two of the few jobs that were available to Japanese Americans. Kaku grew up poor, but one of the family treats was to visit the Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. It turned out to be the place of a childhood epiphany. Wondering in the way that only a child does, Kaku looked at the carp swimming in a weedy pond and imagined how they would not be able to conceive of other worlds. “A carp engineer would believe that was all there is; but a carp physicist would see the ripples on the surface and start thinking about unseen dimensions,” Kaku told me, laying the first of many lashes on his token engineer.
The “ceiling” is the perspective of the carp, not the perspective of the “carp physicist.”
Ps: Some updates are curvature given for perspective. Think of a string, and any point on that string. What does the energy value of “that point” tell you in regards to the circle? The point on that string. It’s just a way of looking at the string and the resonantial value assign along the string’s length?