Coupling the Permeability and Permittivity of Space to the Electron Orbital Time: Potential Phase Shift Between Entanglement Latency and the Universe’s Final Epoch
International Journal of Astrophysics and Space Science
Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2017, Pages: 1-5
Received: Nov. 30, 2016;
Accepted: Dec. 10, 2016;
Published: Feb. 13, 2017
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Michael Persinger, Biophysics Laboratory, Biomolecular Sciences Program, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada
Trevor Carniello, Biophysics Laboratory, Biomolecular Sciences Program, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada
The strength of the magnetic field for different ratios of matter densities relative to the permittivity of a vacuum solves for values approaching the velocity of light. When the strength of the field associated with densities similar to liquid water, ice, or stars (such as the Sun) is considered with respect to the magnetic permeability and average mass density of the universe, the emergent velocity is ~1023 m•s-1. This value has been derived from several approaches as the latency for excess correlation or “entanglement” and is consistent with a process that might explain the integrity of large-scale spatial structure over distances that are within fractions of the universe’s present diameter. The estimated latency to traverse this diameter with this velocity relative to the total duration of the universe (the final epoch) when considered as an Aharanov-Bohm type phase shift, results in an energy quantum that is convergent with Planck’s constant. One interpretation is that the duration of a single electron’s orbit is the phase shift between duration (latency) to traverse the universe and its total duration (final epoch). If this approach is valid then non-local effects and related excess correlations (Schrödinger’s “entanglement”) between photon emissions and specific dynamics of densities similar to liquid water may be a property of these conditions immersed within an average universal mass density of about one proton per cubic meter. It may also accommodate the challenges of understanding the apparent homogeneity across large scale space.
Coupling the Permeability and Permittivity of Space to the Electron Orbital Time: Potential Phase Shift Between Entanglement Latency and the Universe’s Final Epoch, International Journal of Astrophysics and Space Science.
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