World Hologram Quantum Gravity Lattice S

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  Here the 10^-27 cm monopole cores separated by 10^-17 cm lattice spacing.

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  Here the 10^-27 cm monopole cores separated by 10^-27 cm lattice spacing.

That is the 3D volume without volume hologram image is close-packed like
the cells of volume h^3n in the phase space of quantum statistical
mechanics for n entangled spinless point particles. It's like a
resolution-dependent honeycomb.

The universal zero point energy density at scale N is hc/NLp^4. That is
(hc/NLp^4)(&l)^3N = N^1/2hc/Lp total in the interior of the surrounding
surface A that projects interior volume without volume V.

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On Jul 14, 2007, at 8:39 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

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Electro-weak unification Higgs boson scale ~ 10^-16 cm

N(EM-Weak) ~ 10^-3210^66 ~ 10^34

N^1/2 ~ 10^17

N^1/3 ~ 10^11

coupling of spin 1 graviphoton A^a to flat Minkowski spacetime is ~
10^-11 compared to Planck scale where it is 1 it's max.

&l ~ N^1/6Lp ~ 10^6Lp ~ 10^-27 cm = size of pre-inflation false vacuum
gravity monopole core - analog to Abrikosov lattice but for hedgehog
monopoles not vortices.

Homework Problem do same for

Nuclear physics 10^-13 cm

Electron physics 10^-11 cm

Atomic Physics 10^-8 cm

Nanotechnology 10^-7 cm

Computers 10^-5 cm

Biological cells 10^-4 cm

The size of the false-vacuum monopole cores increases as N^1/6Lp

The Kleinert world crystal lattice spacing between these monopole nodes
of the vacuum condensate increases by

N^1/2 Lp

Equivalence principle implies that the zero point energy density of all
quantum matter fields (sans sign) scales as (1/N)hc/Lp^4

this explains the cosmic dark


On Jul 14, 2007, at 8:08 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:


On Jul 14, 2007, at 7:43 PM, ROBERT BECKER wrote:

Jack,

Version 13 of your Paper was the last version that contained the
References to my work. That was the last major version of your
Paper prior to the long break in time before you rewrote the Paper in
June 2007.

I lost all the originals in the laptop crash. I may have some of them on
on Mac dot storage. In any case they are up on the archive - good so
historians can see the dynamical evolution of the ideas in the digital age.

Sounds like your "graviphotons" may be the same animal as theirs. Theirs
are not mathematically motivated in this Paper (though they do reference
other theoretical work by Beck where the idea originated; I have not
seen this work). Their graviphotons are just qualitatively defined to be
photons that can gravitationally interact (gravitionally active photons)
as opposed to those photons that can not (gravitationally "inactive").

Well my graviphotons have nothing to do with electromagnetic photons,
though they will couple together of course in the gauge covariant
derivatives.

Spin 1 EM photons A^a come from locally gauging the U(1) compact
internal symmetry group.

My spin 1 graviphotons are from locally gauging the non-compact
spacetime T4 symmetry group. They couple to Minkowski spacetime with
scale-dependence 1/N^1/3

N ~ (Surrounding Area of Volume-without-volume World Hologram)/Lp^2

This is the real quantum geometrodynamics. Loop QMG and string theory
are useless, though some of their leitmotifs are recognizable in my theory.

Spin 2 tensor gravitons are entangled triplet pairs of A^a tetrad T4 quanta.

Spin 0 scalar gravitons are entangled singlet pairs of A^a tetrad T4 quanta.


They do attribute the massive gravitons to a Higgs mechanism, and
symmetry breaking does play an important role in their considerations.
There is a very brief discussion at the end of the Paper on dynamical
symmetries and their breaking. They note the analogy of EM gauge
invariance breaking to gravitational local general covariance breaking.

Gravity local general covariance is simply localizing rigid T4 and yes
we could hide that symmetry with a vacuum condensate - that seems an OK
idea. But in my theory that will give massive scalars, massive vectors,
and massive tensors. Now if that coupling scales holographically as
1/N^1/3 then those quantum effects get stronger as the scaling parameter
N decreases down to 1 at the Planck scale. This is good.

The references to R. Becker in this Paper are again not to me , but
to Richard Becker I believe, to whom they anachronistically attribute a
model of a relatively delayed Cooper Pair current to explain the London
Moment. (Richard Becker could not have known about Cooper Pairs in the
early 30s).

Is that Becker who wrote an EM text book?

As I said, it is a well intended Paper, that does seek to explain the
two different Tajmar "anomalies" and the Tate anomaly in SC. And within
an order of magnitude, it does do this quantitatively. But
it has numerous ad hoc assumptions and shortcuts that I think severely
fray its reasonableness - unless the experimental results stand up to
scrutiny and there are no alternative explanations.

Take care,

Robert

Jack Sarfatti  wrote:
Yes, I did not mean it was a bad paper and at least they are being
motivated by experiments and observations and are not dazzled by pure
math - Circe for theorists.
On Jul 14, 2007, at 3:53 PM, ROBERT BECKER wrote:

> Jack,
>
> I tend to agree with your conclusion. I read the referenced Paper and
> the two experimental Papers it references. On the positive side, the
> math appears to be correct, and they do get quantitative results in
> rough agreement with the experimental Papers. And, though I am not an
> experimentalist, I can not find anything obviously wrong with their
> experiment procedures either, though the results are not in precise
> agreement with their theory. The convergence of
> their theoretical results to a standard vacuum result as temperature
> rises into the High-Tc SC regime is also intriguing, though it
> contradicts any possible Podkletnov Effect observation (if that is at
> all valid).  But there appears to be some problems here.
>
> ...

On the reference issue. I completely rewrote the paper and left out all
discussion of nonlocally correlated zero point energy - partly for
length reasons and mostly because I lost the original word documents
for that archive paper in a hard drive crash. However, all that stuff
is in my book Super Cosmos with reference to your work on that and it
is in the earlier versions on the archive. Actually I don't recall
mentioning that in the archive paper at all. What version?
>
> The theoretical model de Matos and Beck use appears to be highly ad
> hoc.

Yes, I did not read the paper carefully, but I got that impression from
an admittedly superficial scan as my attention is focused on my own new
to me (at least) insights that I will put into my archive paper
gr-qc/0602022 i.e. from Jack Ng

&l ~ (Lp^2l)^1/3 Wigner

l ~ N^1/2(Surrounding area A of interior "volume without volume")

N = # Bekenstein BITs of surrounding area A ~ geometric area/Lp^2

Lp^2 = hG(Newton)/c^3 = 10^-66 cm^2

This is general not only for event horizons of black holes and dark
energy de Sitter horizons

This is the t'Hooft "world hologram" idea also advocated by Lenny
Susskind.

Therefore, &l ~ N^1/6Lp

Therefore l/&l ~ N^1/3

Therefore, volume without volume V ~ l^3 ~ N&l^3

i.e. N area BITs on surrounding surface each of Lp^2 (forget factors of
4) enclose N quantum gravity cells of volume &l^3 ~ N^1/2Lp^3 = Lp^2l.

The center of each such quantum gravity cell of Hagen Kleinert's "world
lattice", itself a hologram, is a hedgehog geometrodynamic field
monopole point node of the Higgs-Goldstone vacuum order parameter. This
is a core of pre-inflation false vacuum analogous to vortex cores in
superfluids, but for second homotopy group not first i.e. wrapping area
integers not winding loop integers. That is for vortices we have
quantized de Rham period integrals of closed non-exact LINE 1-forms,
but here we have quantized period integrals of closed non-exact AREA
2-forms - this is the meaning of the Bekenstein BIT that he stumbled
into sleep walking with Wheeler in the 1960s.

The amazing thing is that the size of the monopole cores of false
vacuum are resolution-dependent getting larger with scale increasing to
a fermi at the Hubble scale of 10^28 cm.

Note for nuclear physics, Area ~ 10^-26 cm N(nuclear) ~ 10^-26 10^66 ~
10^40
&l(nuclear) ~ 10^40/6 Lp ~ 10^7Lp ~ 10^-26 cm on a scale of 10^-13 cm
i.e. we have a lattice of gravity monopoles each 10^-26 cm across
separated by 10^-13 cm - but this all changes as we change scale like a
"wavelet transform" of emergent orders within orders like the artichoke
and the onion. This is an amazingly new quantum geometrodynamics. Loop
quantum gravity is worthless. It has no results like what I am talking
about. String theory not much better.

Plus the dark energy density (hc/Lp^2)/\zpf = (hc/Lp^2)(1/(surrounding
area) = (1/N)hc/Lp^4

what could be sweeter than that result? It's universal for all quantum
matter fields from the equivalence principle!

I got the whole thing. The whole shmear. It's simple. Any kid can grok
it. No need for fancy math.

> They propose two different types of photons, or more precisely, two
> regimes for photons, one "gravitationally active" graviphotons and one
> "inactive" sector (photons, presumably).

I don't understand that at all.

> This seems remarkably ad hoc.

Indeed.

> As discussed below, photons gaining mass in the SC state may be a
> correct interpretation, but a transition into a graviphoton state
> caused by the SC state seems again highly ad hoc.

Again I don't understand their meaning there. I did not think enough
about it as yet.
>
> You yourself have several times pointed out that the Meissner Effect
> can be attributed to acquisition of an effective mass of a photon in
> the SC state.

Yes, that's well known. It's simply the U(1) Higgs mechanism. (P.W.
Anderson)

> That is fairly well established, though I prefer to attribute the
> London Moment to a quantization effect. They extend the idea to a
> massive graviton in the SC state, which is reasonable.

Yeah, that may be OK - it's plausible - like Abdus Salam's f-gravity.

Remember in my theory

e^a = I^a(zero gravity) + (1/N)^1/3A^a(gravity)

e^a = Einstein-Cartan tetrad 1-form

A^a is the spin 1 "Yang-Mills" field from localizing T4 translations

ds^2 = guvdx^udx^v = e^aea


> But they also seem to claim credit for results obtained previously by
> others (including me), for instance, a GM term in the canonical
> momentum for the SC. Another is the gravitational condensate itself as
> related to dark energy, which at least qualitatively, you and I had
> earlier proposed (and we go unreferenced).
>
> They initially keep the EM and GM Einstein-Maxwell-Proca Equations
> decoupled, and then only couple them through the assumption of an
> ill-defined graviphoton-Cooper Pair coupling.

10-4

> Just because the graviphotons are suposedly coupled to the coherent
> Cooper Pairs I do not believe necessitates that the graviphotons must
> themselves be a condensate as they appear to claim. Furthermore, I
> believe the Li-Torr treatment which fully couples the EM and GM
> effects of the Cooper Pairs themselves is more complete and likely
> more correct and less ad hoc.

I actually never read their papers as yet.

> The only role of the Cooper Pairs appears to be the graviphoton-Cooper
> Pair binding until they show up again in the so-called gravitational
> canonical momentum.

Here is how I get "graviphotons".

A^a above is spin 1 Yang-Mills "renormalizable" (t'Hooft)

ds^2 = I^aI^a + I^aAa + A^aIa + A^aAa

I^aAa + A^aIa is pure spin 1 graviphoton

A^aAa is spin 0, spin 1 and spin 2 (ordinary graviton)

i.e. in QM

1 + 1 => 0, 1, 2

i.e. the matrix irreps

3x3 => 1x1 + 3x3 +5x5

> But this seems highly artificial. There should be one canonical
> momentum for the whole combined EM and GM system, not arbitrary
> demarcations thereof. This leads to strange looking terms in which the
> graviphoton effective mass couples to the GM potential, while the dark
> energy condensate (which seemingly originates with the graviphotons)
> is the only contribution to the mechanical term in the canonical
> momentum.

My vacuum ODLRO condensate has the M-Matrix

A^a = M^a^a = spin 1 Yang-Mills gravity tetrad field 1-form from local
gauging of rigid T4

S^a^b = - S^b^a = M^[a,b] = torsion field spin-connection 1-form from
local gauging rigid SO(1,3).

M^a^b is a matrix of non-closed 1-forms from the Goldstone coherent
world hologram vacuum ODLRO condensate phase 0-forms Theta^a & Phi^b
whose closed non-exact 2-forms when projected from 9D+1 ST to 3D+1 ST
give the quantized Bekenstein BIT de Rham integrals for a non-trivial
second homotopy group of wrapping number integers that I call "N"
above.

M^a^b = (Theta)^a/\d(Phi)^b - d(Theta)^a/\(Phi)^b

dM^a^b = 2d(Theta)^a/\d(Phi)^b


> It is hard to tell where the graviphotons and massive ordinary photons
> and other elements of the system are being conflated and being
> distinguished.
>
> Even though the numbers roughly work out, the assumption that an
> undefined acceleration of the SC will break the graviphoton-Cooper
> Pair binding also seems highly ad hoc. They see discontinuities in the
> experimental data in traversals of Tc, but this should be true in any
> reasonable model of a SC state. (My own GM Flux Quantization would
> also show a similar discontinuity.)
>
> The experiments appear to be very serious, and there is rough
> quantitative agreement with this theory, which is intriguing, but...
>
> Take care,
>
> Robert
>
> Jack Sarfatti wrote:

>> I do not see any coherent organizing idea in this paper. They seem to
>> be grasping at straws and inventing a Rube Goldberg explanation.
>> However I did not spend a lot of time trying to understand what they
>> are claiming since at the moment I think my explanation of the dark
>> energy problem is the correct one since it's simple, universal and
>> based on some deep insights of some very smart physicists like Eugene
>> Wigner and Gerard t' Hooft. However, if the authors make a model that
>> agree with experiment then I will look again later.
>>
>> Some of what they say reminds me of Ray Chiao's "gravity radio"?
>>
>> On Jul 13, 2007, at 9:04 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:
>>
>> > By the numbers.
>> >
>> > The strongest dimensionless self-gravity tetrad coupling is at
>> > Planck scale where N = 1 and the universal zero point energy
>> > density is +- hc/Lp^4 for bosons and fermions respectively in the
>> > 3D volumes without volumes. Anyons with fractional statistics on
>> > the surrounding closed surfaces that are not boundaries of the
>> > interior volumes without volumes.
>> >
>> > electroweak unification scale is ~ 10^-16 cm
>> >
>> > N(10^-16 cm) ~ 10^-32/10^-66 ~ 10^34 BITS
>> >
>> > N^-1/3 ~ 10^-11
>> >

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