Space as a Network (from: What Is Spacetime, Really? – by Stephen Wolfram 2015
A network—or graph—just consists of a bunch of nodes, joined by connections. And all that’s intrinsically defined in the graph is the pattern of these connections.
According to the latest theories on Quantum Gravity from physicists like Mark Van Raamsdonk, and others like David Hillman, we’ve found that Gravity could be based upon Quantum Entanglement and combinatorics:
Building up spacetime with quantum entanglement by Mark Von Raamsdonk 2010
Building up spacetime with quantum entanglement II: It from BC-bit 2018
Combinatorial Spacetimes by David Hillman 1998
Multiphoton Quantum-State Engineering using Conditional Measurements
Scheme for generation of three-photon entangled W state assisted by cross-Kerr nonlinearity and quantum dot
Parametric Generation through pumped surface oscillations appears to be the key to producing “negative energy states”:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surface_wave (See: Zenneck Surface Waves)
Entanglement entropy and negativity of disjoint intervals in CFT: Some numerical extrapolations Erik Tonni 2015
Some materials that might allow for these type of optical technologies in the future:
Quasicrystals are a new class of materials with very unique and fascinating geometries. Some Quasicrystals are 3D projections of 4 and 5 dimensional crystals. Which could provide a material access pathway for accessing resonances in hyperspace.
New method for trapping light may improve communications technologies – 2005
Fractal Crystals 2010
Fractal Antenna Technologies – Turns out fractal patterns on the sub-wavelength scale are their own class of metamaterials
A very thorough and easy to follow overview on the scientific history of Metamaterials:
Scientists Design New Material to Harness the Power of Light – By Edwin L. Aguirre
..and of course the infamous “Terahertz Metamaterials” stuff leaked? by Hal Puthoff at the Society for Scientific Exploration and Remote Viewing:
Strongly anisotropic media: the THz perspectives of left-handed materials
Quantum radar will expose stealth aircraft – How to Beat Invisibility Cloaking 2018
Quantum radar has been demonstrated for the first time 2019
A radar device that relies on entangled photons works at such low power that it can hide behind background noise, making it useful for biomedical and security applications.
Exotic Condensate States of Matter:
Room-temperature superfluidity in a polariton condensate – 2017
Polariton nanophotonics using phase-change materials
Physicists Say They’ve Created a Device That Generates ‘Negative Mass’ – 2018
Device creates negative mass—and a novel way to generate lasers – 2018
Device creates negative mass particles — and a novel way to generate lasers – 2018
Additional Homework Topics:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphene (particularly the physics of Dirac Cones and their production)
Studying Antimatter Gravity with Muonium – MDPI ETH Zurich 2018
Measuring Antimatter Gravity with Muonium – Daniel M. Kaplan 2013
Testing antimatter gravity with muonium – Klaus Kirch 2014
Muonium – the most exotic atom?
I’d never heard of it before this week, but it’s real. And there are plans to use it to look for antigravity – Jon Butterworth 2016
New Antimatter Gravity Tests with Muonium – Daniel Kaplan, Klaus Kirch, Robert Reasenberg 2017
Paul Sherrer Institute of Physics & ETH Zurich 2nd International Workshop on Antimatter and Antigravity PDF – K. Kirch – Nov 2013
PhOENIX: the Physics Of Entanglement Networks and Information eXchanges:
Phoenix theory is a theory of topological combinatorics which describes the connected-ness or entanglement of the Universe.
Introduction to PhOENIX Combinatoric Relativity Theory which produces the grand matrix through multiplicities of entangled quanta.
Here is the first paper:
(LINK CRT PAPER)
Ken Grigg’s CRT Paper
Here is a map showing the visual “knot” structures of PhOENIX and how they relate to the fundamental particles in physics, such as quarks, leptons, hadrons, baryons, photons, etc. as closed-loop knots:
Photons are interpreted as a connected point of information exchange between two vertices. Leptons are single vertex particles, while Hardrons and Baryons are bundles of 3 or more vertices entangled together.
The following video is part 1 of a 10 part series made by Ken in 2012 to explain the fundamental particles and his matrix formulations for phoenix theory:
01 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Principle of Existence
Ken explained that the idea for using 3-connected vertices came from looking at how Feynman Diagrams were constructed and could all be broken down into 3-connected vertices. Ken theorized that every interaction in nature could be construction using a similar topology. Exploring these connected points in space-time (Graphs) a bit more He began mapping out a frame work that matched all know particles and their most basic interactions.
When these graphs are written in Matrix form they bear a striking resemblance to known particle interactions (Here is Neutron Decay):