The Holographic Anthropic Multiverse : Formalizing the Complex Geometry of Reality.

By: Amoroso, Richard LContributor(s): Rauscher, Elizabeth ASeries: Series on Knots and Everything SerPublisher: Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, 2009Copyright date: ©2009Description: 1 online resource (510 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789812839312Subject(s): Quantum cosmology.;Anthropic principle.;SupersymmetryGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Holographic Anthropic Multiverse : Formalizing the Complex Geometry of RealityDDC classification: 523 LOC classification: QB991.Q36 -- A46 2009ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Dedication -- Preface -- References -- 1. Demise of the Big Bang - A Philosophical Conundrum -- 1.1 Philosophical Overview -- THE HORIZON PROBLEM -- THE FLATNESS PROBLEM -- DENSITY FLUCTUATION -- EX NIHILO CREATION PROBLEM -- LARGE SCALE STRUCTURE & AGE OF UNIVERSE PROBLEM -- COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT - DARK ENERGY PROBLEM -- QUASAR REDSHIFT-LUMINOSITY PROBLEM -- OTHER PROBLEMS -- 1.2 A New Cosmological Horizon. -- References. -- 2. Extending the Standard Model: Towards the Ultimate Evolution of String Theory -- 2.1 Pre-Ambulatory Hoopla -- 2.2 Ultimate Evolution of M-Theory -- 2.3 String/Brane Dynamics. -- 2.4 New Horizons Beyond the Standard Model -- References. -- 3. Fundamental Parameters for a Continuous-State Holographic Anthropic Multiverse -- 3.1 Introduction to the Cosmological Issues -- 3.2 Clarification of Pertinent Cosmological Nomenclature -- MULTIVERSE COSMOLOGY -- ANTHROPIC PRINCIPLE -- HOLOGRAPHIC PRINCIPLE -- 3.3 Parallel Interpretations of Cosmological Data -- 3.4 Euclidean/Minkowski Geometry as Basis for Observed Reality. -- 3.5 Philosophy of Space in HAM Cosmology - Origin of Structure. -- 3.6 Space: Relational Versus Absolute. -- 3.7 Physical Cosmology of Fundamental Least Cosmological Unit -- 3.8 Holographic Anthropic Multiverse Cosmology (HAM) -- 3.9 Overview of the Formalism for Noetic Cosmology -- 3.10 Transformation of Space into Time -- 3.11 Energy Dependent Spacetime Metric. -- 3.12 The Wheeler Geon Concept Extended to Noetic Superspace -- 3.13 The Hyper-Geon Domain of HAM Noetic Field Theory -- 3.14 Conclusions. -- References. -- 4. An Alternative Derivation of String Tension Determining a Unique Background Independent String Vacuum -- 4.1 Introductory Prolegomena -- 4.2 Scaling in Cosmology and the Continuous-State Postulate -- 4.3 Fine Tuning Implied by Astrophysical Observation.
4.4 Numerical Relations Coupled to the Concept of Scaling -- 4.5 Physical Cosmology of the Close-Packed Fundamental Least Unit for an Energy Dependent Spacetime Metric. -- 4.6 The Formalism for Noetic HAM Cosmology. -- 4.7 Transformation of Space into Time and String Tension. -- 4.8 Alternative Derivation of String Tension in HAM Cosmology. -- 4.9 Parameters of the Spacetime Incursive Oscillator (IO). -- 4.10 Emergence of 2-Branes from Inherent Spacetime Oscillations. -- 4.11 Summary of Noetic Spacetime Parameters. -- 4.12 Simplistic Computer Simulated Production of the 2-Brane. -- 4.13 Conclusions. -- References. -- 5. Formalizing the Ultimate Geometry of Reality: Dimensionality, Awareness and Arrow of Time -- 5.1 Introduction. -- 5.2 Current Philosophy of Temporal Science -- 5.3 Complementarity of Physical Time and Observer Time -- 5.4 The Vacuum Origin of Thermodynamics and Entropy -- 5.5 Peripheral Physical Properties Related to the Observer -- 5.6 Introduction to Spin Exchange Compactification Dynamics and the Permutation of Dimensions in the Noetic Transformation -- 5.7 Dirac Spherical Rotation Inherent to the Transformation of the Fundamental Least-Unit -- 5.8 Preparing the Noetic Spacetime Transformation -- 5.9 Developing the Line Element for Noetic Superspace -- 5.10 Formalizing the Noetic Group of Transformations -- 5.11 Final Remarks -- References -- 6. Integration of Gravity & Electromagnetism in Terms of a Dirac Polarized Vacuum -- 6.1 Introduction to Fixing the G/EM Framework. -- 6.2 Flat Spacetime and a Real Physical Aether. -- 6.3 General Relativity Represented as a Polarizable Vacuum -- 6.4 Maxwell's Equations Extended. -- 6.4.1 The Infinitesimal Mass of Photons -- 6.4.2 Divergence of the Electromagnetic Field -- 6.5 Possible New Consequences of the Model -- 6.6 Extending Newton's Model with Inertia and Vacuum Drag.
6.7 Relativistic Maxwell's Equations in Complex Form. -- 6.7.1 Relativistic conditions on Maxwell's equations in complex geometries and the invariance of the line element -- 6.7.2 Complex E & B in real 4-space & the complex Lorentz condition -- 6.7.3 Complex EM forces in a gravitational field. -- 6.8 Summation and Conclusions -- References. -- 7. Redshift/CMBR as Intrinsic Blackbody Cavity-QED Absorption/Emission Equilibrium Dynamics -- 7.1 Introductory Cosmological Parameters -- 7.2 Origin of Redshift in Nonzero Restmass Photon Anisotropy in Photon Propagation and the Vigier Tired-Light Hypothesis -- 7.3 Weak-Field Gravitational Approach of a Finite Light-Pencil and Derivation of the Gravitational Field of Radiation. -- 7.4 Gravitational Action of a Light Pencil -- 7.5 Internal Motion Structure of the Photon. -- 7.6 Introduction to Spin Exchange Compactification Dynamics -- 7.7 Blackbody Exciplex Radiation-Cosmological Constraints. -- 7.8 Blackbody Microcavity-QED Constraints. -- 7.9 CMBR Energy Damping by Vacuum Conductivity -- 7.10 Possible Black Hole Considerations for Discussion -- 7.11 Size Temperature Relationship of Kerr Black Holes. -- 7.12 Temperature Relationship of Dirac QED Cavity 'Black Holes'. -- 7.13 Spin Exchange Parameters of Spacetime-Photon Coupling. -- 7.14 Spontaneous CMBR Emission by Spacetime Cavity-QED. -- 7.15 Possibility of Blackbody Emission from Continuous Spacetime Compactification -- 7.16 New Background Conditions of the Dirac Vacuum -- 7.17 Deriving the Topological Action Principle for CMBR Emission -- 7.18 A Putative Model of Exciplex Proton Nucleosynthesis -- 7.19 Summary and Conclusions. -- References. -- 8. Implications of Multidimensional Geometries and Measurement -- 8.1 Introduction. -- 8.2 Complexified EM Fields in Local and Nonlocal Minkowski Space -- 8.3 Complex Minkowski Space: Implications for Physics.
8.4 Complex Vector and Advanced Potentials and Bell's Inequality. -- 8.5 Superluminal Vector and Scalar Potential Transformation Laws . -- 8.6 Insights into Dirac and Penrose Spinor Calculus -- 8.7 Conclusions. -- References. -- 9. Probability 1 ≡ : An Empirical Protocol for Surmounting Quantum Uncertainty -- 9.1 Introduction - Philosophy of Phenomenology Versus Ontology -- 9.2 The Proper Cosmological Perspective is Key. -- 9.3 Micromagnetics of Spacetime Conformation -- 9.4 Catastrophe Theory and the Noetic Formalism -- 9.5 Protocol for Experimentally Testing Noetic Cosmology -- 9.6 Introduction to the P 1 ≡ Experimental Design. -- 9.7 Conclusions. -- References. -- 10. On the Possibility of Relativistic Shock-Wave Effects in Observations of Quasar Luminosity -- 10.1 The Quasar Redshift-Distance Interpretation Controversy -- 10.2 QSOs an Issue of the Fundamental Basis of Geometrodynamics -- 10.3 Recent Refinements of the Titius-Bode Series as an Indicator of a Possible New Gravitational Dynamic -- 10.4 Critique of Hubble's Law as Applied to Doppler Expansion -- 10.5 The Observer and the Cosmological Principle -- 10.6 Some Fundamental Insights on Shock Waves. -- 10.7 New Cosmological Gravitational Shock Parameters -- 10.8 Hypersonic Shock Waves -- 10.9 Gravitational Shock Waves. -- 10.10 Conclusions -- References. -- 11. The Bulk Implementation of Universal Scalable Quantum Computing -- 11.1 Introduction - Basics of Quantum Computing. -- 11.2 Overview of New Fundamental Parameters -- 11.3 The Causal Separation of Phenomenology from Ontology -- 11.4 Review of Angular Momentum and Pauli-Dirac Spin Matrices -- 11.5 Noumenal Reality Versus Phenomenology of Quantum Theory -- 11.6 Justification for the Incursive Noetic Model -- 11.7 Essential Properties of Complex Noetic 12 Space. -- 11.8 Geometric Introduction to the Noetic QC Ontology.
11.9 Microphysical Computation Limits: Case of Relativistic Qubits -- 11.10 Essential Parameters of the Incursive Oscillator -- 11.11 Ontological I/O by Superceding Quantum Uncertainty. -- 11.12 A Twistor Approach to the UQC I/O Ontology. -- 11.13 Class II Mesoionic Xanthines as Potential 10-Qubit Quantum Computer Substrate Registers -- 11.14 Initialization of Mesoionic Xanthine Registers -- 11.15 Conclusions -- References -- 12. Practical Matter-Wave Antiballistic Defense Shield Technologies -- 12.1 Introduction - Current Status of Shield Technology. -- 12.2 Overview of New Theoretical and Physical Requirements -- 12.3 Critical Philosophical Considerations on the Limits of Potentia -- 12.4 The Shield Vacuum. -- 12.5 What are the Required Vacuum Parameters?. -- 12.6 Domain Wall Boundary Conditions and Emission Absorption Loci for Advanced-Retarded Waves -- 12.7 Energy Increase from Ising Model Lattice-Gas Properties -- 12.8 Programming Matter Through Cellular Automata -- 12.9 Introduction to de Broglie Matter-Waves -- 12.10 Coherent Control of Standing Matter-Waves. -- 12.11 Afterward -- 12.12 Summary of the Defense Shield Design Parameters. -- Acknowledgement. -- References. -- 13. Is a Differernt Search Protocol Required for Success in SETI Research? -- 13.1 On the Horns of a Dilemma. -- 13.2 SETI Epistemology from the Anthropic Perspective -- 13.3 The Drake Equation -- 13.4 Brief Review of Anthropic Multiverse Parameters -- 13.5 Does SETI Require a Different Strategy for Success? -- 13.6 Theological Arguments - Adam given his Reckoning versus the Cosmological Age of the Earth. -- 13.7 Seemingly Far-Out Absurd Pseudo-Scientific Arguments -- 13.8 The Anthropic Principle (AP) -- 13.9 Calculations for a Holographic Anthropic Multiverse -- 13.10 Wave Function of the Universe (WFU). -- 13.11 Subtractive Interferometry.
13.12 New SETI Technology - The Interdimensional Q-Telescope.
Summary: Key Features:Introduces a totally new and unique cosmological paradigm not seen beforeGraphics are use extensively so that readers can have a better understanding of the new concepts.
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Intro -- Contents -- Dedication -- Preface -- References -- 1. Demise of the Big Bang - A Philosophical Conundrum -- 1.1 Philosophical Overview -- THE HORIZON PROBLEM -- THE FLATNESS PROBLEM -- DENSITY FLUCTUATION -- EX NIHILO CREATION PROBLEM -- LARGE SCALE STRUCTURE & AGE OF UNIVERSE PROBLEM -- COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT - DARK ENERGY PROBLEM -- QUASAR REDSHIFT-LUMINOSITY PROBLEM -- OTHER PROBLEMS -- 1.2 A New Cosmological Horizon. -- References. -- 2. Extending the Standard Model: Towards the Ultimate Evolution of String Theory -- 2.1 Pre-Ambulatory Hoopla -- 2.2 Ultimate Evolution of M-Theory -- 2.3 String/Brane Dynamics. -- 2.4 New Horizons Beyond the Standard Model -- References. -- 3. Fundamental Parameters for a Continuous-State Holographic Anthropic Multiverse -- 3.1 Introduction to the Cosmological Issues -- 3.2 Clarification of Pertinent Cosmological Nomenclature -- MULTIVERSE COSMOLOGY -- ANTHROPIC PRINCIPLE -- HOLOGRAPHIC PRINCIPLE -- 3.3 Parallel Interpretations of Cosmological Data -- 3.4 Euclidean/Minkowski Geometry as Basis for Observed Reality. -- 3.5 Philosophy of Space in HAM Cosmology - Origin of Structure. -- 3.6 Space: Relational Versus Absolute. -- 3.7 Physical Cosmology of Fundamental Least Cosmological Unit -- 3.8 Holographic Anthropic Multiverse Cosmology (HAM) -- 3.9 Overview of the Formalism for Noetic Cosmology -- 3.10 Transformation of Space into Time -- 3.11 Energy Dependent Spacetime Metric. -- 3.12 The Wheeler Geon Concept Extended to Noetic Superspace -- 3.13 The Hyper-Geon Domain of HAM Noetic Field Theory -- 3.14 Conclusions. -- References. -- 4. An Alternative Derivation of String Tension Determining a Unique Background Independent String Vacuum -- 4.1 Introductory Prolegomena -- 4.2 Scaling in Cosmology and the Continuous-State Postulate -- 4.3 Fine Tuning Implied by Astrophysical Observation.

4.4 Numerical Relations Coupled to the Concept of Scaling -- 4.5 Physical Cosmology of the Close-Packed Fundamental Least Unit for an Energy Dependent Spacetime Metric. -- 4.6 The Formalism for Noetic HAM Cosmology. -- 4.7 Transformation of Space into Time and String Tension. -- 4.8 Alternative Derivation of String Tension in HAM Cosmology. -- 4.9 Parameters of the Spacetime Incursive Oscillator (IO). -- 4.10 Emergence of 2-Branes from Inherent Spacetime Oscillations. -- 4.11 Summary of Noetic Spacetime Parameters. -- 4.12 Simplistic Computer Simulated Production of the 2-Brane. -- 4.13 Conclusions. -- References. -- 5. Formalizing the Ultimate Geometry of Reality: Dimensionality, Awareness and Arrow of Time -- 5.1 Introduction. -- 5.2 Current Philosophy of Temporal Science -- 5.3 Complementarity of Physical Time and Observer Time -- 5.4 The Vacuum Origin of Thermodynamics and Entropy -- 5.5 Peripheral Physical Properties Related to the Observer -- 5.6 Introduction to Spin Exchange Compactification Dynamics and the Permutation of Dimensions in the Noetic Transformation -- 5.7 Dirac Spherical Rotation Inherent to the Transformation of the Fundamental Least-Unit -- 5.8 Preparing the Noetic Spacetime Transformation -- 5.9 Developing the Line Element for Noetic Superspace -- 5.10 Formalizing the Noetic Group of Transformations -- 5.11 Final Remarks -- References -- 6. Integration of Gravity & Electromagnetism in Terms of a Dirac Polarized Vacuum -- 6.1 Introduction to Fixing the G/EM Framework. -- 6.2 Flat Spacetime and a Real Physical Aether. -- 6.3 General Relativity Represented as a Polarizable Vacuum -- 6.4 Maxwell's Equations Extended. -- 6.4.1 The Infinitesimal Mass of Photons -- 6.4.2 Divergence of the Electromagnetic Field -- 6.5 Possible New Consequences of the Model -- 6.6 Extending Newton's Model with Inertia and Vacuum Drag.

6.7 Relativistic Maxwell's Equations in Complex Form. -- 6.7.1 Relativistic conditions on Maxwell's equations in complex geometries and the invariance of the line element -- 6.7.2 Complex E & B in real 4-space & the complex Lorentz condition -- 6.7.3 Complex EM forces in a gravitational field. -- 6.8 Summation and Conclusions -- References. -- 7. Redshift/CMBR as Intrinsic Blackbody Cavity-QED Absorption/Emission Equilibrium Dynamics -- 7.1 Introductory Cosmological Parameters -- 7.2 Origin of Redshift in Nonzero Restmass Photon Anisotropy in Photon Propagation and the Vigier Tired-Light Hypothesis -- 7.3 Weak-Field Gravitational Approach of a Finite Light-Pencil and Derivation of the Gravitational Field of Radiation. -- 7.4 Gravitational Action of a Light Pencil -- 7.5 Internal Motion Structure of the Photon. -- 7.6 Introduction to Spin Exchange Compactification Dynamics -- 7.7 Blackbody Exciplex Radiation-Cosmological Constraints. -- 7.8 Blackbody Microcavity-QED Constraints. -- 7.9 CMBR Energy Damping by Vacuum Conductivity -- 7.10 Possible Black Hole Considerations for Discussion -- 7.11 Size Temperature Relationship of Kerr Black Holes. -- 7.12 Temperature Relationship of Dirac QED Cavity 'Black Holes'. -- 7.13 Spin Exchange Parameters of Spacetime-Photon Coupling. -- 7.14 Spontaneous CMBR Emission by Spacetime Cavity-QED. -- 7.15 Possibility of Blackbody Emission from Continuous Spacetime Compactification -- 7.16 New Background Conditions of the Dirac Vacuum -- 7.17 Deriving the Topological Action Principle for CMBR Emission -- 7.18 A Putative Model of Exciplex Proton Nucleosynthesis -- 7.19 Summary and Conclusions. -- References. -- 8. Implications of Multidimensional Geometries and Measurement -- 8.1 Introduction. -- 8.2 Complexified EM Fields in Local and Nonlocal Minkowski Space -- 8.3 Complex Minkowski Space: Implications for Physics.

8.4 Complex Vector and Advanced Potentials and Bell's Inequality. -- 8.5 Superluminal Vector and Scalar Potential Transformation Laws . -- 8.6 Insights into Dirac and Penrose Spinor Calculus -- 8.7 Conclusions. -- References. -- 9. Probability 1 ≡ : An Empirical Protocol for Surmounting Quantum Uncertainty -- 9.1 Introduction - Philosophy of Phenomenology Versus Ontology -- 9.2 The Proper Cosmological Perspective is Key. -- 9.3 Micromagnetics of Spacetime Conformation -- 9.4 Catastrophe Theory and the Noetic Formalism -- 9.5 Protocol for Experimentally Testing Noetic Cosmology -- 9.6 Introduction to the P 1 ≡ Experimental Design. -- 9.7 Conclusions. -- References. -- 10. On the Possibility of Relativistic Shock-Wave Effects in Observations of Quasar Luminosity -- 10.1 The Quasar Redshift-Distance Interpretation Controversy -- 10.2 QSOs an Issue of the Fundamental Basis of Geometrodynamics -- 10.3 Recent Refinements of the Titius-Bode Series as an Indicator of a Possible New Gravitational Dynamic -- 10.4 Critique of Hubble's Law as Applied to Doppler Expansion -- 10.5 The Observer and the Cosmological Principle -- 10.6 Some Fundamental Insights on Shock Waves. -- 10.7 New Cosmological Gravitational Shock Parameters -- 10.8 Hypersonic Shock Waves -- 10.9 Gravitational Shock Waves. -- 10.10 Conclusions -- References. -- 11. The Bulk Implementation of Universal Scalable Quantum Computing -- 11.1 Introduction - Basics of Quantum Computing. -- 11.2 Overview of New Fundamental Parameters -- 11.3 The Causal Separation of Phenomenology from Ontology -- 11.4 Review of Angular Momentum and Pauli-Dirac Spin Matrices -- 11.5 Noumenal Reality Versus Phenomenology of Quantum Theory -- 11.6 Justification for the Incursive Noetic Model -- 11.7 Essential Properties of Complex Noetic 12 Space. -- 11.8 Geometric Introduction to the Noetic QC Ontology.

11.9 Microphysical Computation Limits: Case of Relativistic Qubits -- 11.10 Essential Parameters of the Incursive Oscillator -- 11.11 Ontological I/O by Superceding Quantum Uncertainty. -- 11.12 A Twistor Approach to the UQC I/O Ontology. -- 11.13 Class II Mesoionic Xanthines as Potential 10-Qubit Quantum Computer Substrate Registers -- 11.14 Initialization of Mesoionic Xanthine Registers -- 11.15 Conclusions -- References -- 12. Practical Matter-Wave Antiballistic Defense Shield Technologies -- 12.1 Introduction - Current Status of Shield Technology. -- 12.2 Overview of New Theoretical and Physical Requirements -- 12.3 Critical Philosophical Considerations on the Limits of Potentia -- 12.4 The Shield Vacuum. -- 12.5 What are the Required Vacuum Parameters?. -- 12.6 Domain Wall Boundary Conditions and Emission Absorption Loci for Advanced-Retarded Waves -- 12.7 Energy Increase from Ising Model Lattice-Gas Properties -- 12.8 Programming Matter Through Cellular Automata -- 12.9 Introduction to de Broglie Matter-Waves -- 12.10 Coherent Control of Standing Matter-Waves. -- 12.11 Afterward -- 12.12 Summary of the Defense Shield Design Parameters. -- Acknowledgement. -- References. -- 13. Is a Differernt Search Protocol Required for Success in SETI Research? -- 13.1 On the Horns of a Dilemma. -- 13.2 SETI Epistemology from the Anthropic Perspective -- 13.3 The Drake Equation -- 13.4 Brief Review of Anthropic Multiverse Parameters -- 13.5 Does SETI Require a Different Strategy for Success? -- 13.6 Theological Arguments - Adam given his Reckoning versus the Cosmological Age of the Earth. -- 13.7 Seemingly Far-Out Absurd Pseudo-Scientific Arguments -- 13.8 The Anthropic Principle (AP) -- 13.9 Calculations for a Holographic Anthropic Multiverse -- 13.10 Wave Function of the Universe (WFU). -- 13.11 Subtractive Interferometry.

13.12 New SETI Technology - The Interdimensional Q-Telescope.

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