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quantum_potentialQ-Niverse is an homage to the spirit of David Bohm (1917-1992). He has been referred to as a “secular saint” by some and during his life made many meaningful contributions to the study of plasmas, natural philosophy, and the foundations of quantum theory. He began formulating a unique and elegant interpretation of quantum mechanics in the early 1950s. This “causal interpretation” implies the nature of reality is much stranger & more subtle than we have been led to believe.

“Q” stands for “Quantum Potential” — also known as the “Information Potential” or “Pilot Wave” — a novel type of field hypothesized by Bohm (as well as Louis DeBroglie in the 1920s) that guides particles (such as electrons) and mediates the exchange of “active information” at the acausal quantum level of reality. Interestingly enough, it was Bohm’s interpretation of quantum theory (and his writings on the EPR-Paradox) that inspired John Stewart Bell to formulate his famous Bell’s inequality thought-experiments during the 1960s.  The outcome, known as Bell’s theorem, revealed that nature at root level is inherently non-local (aka fundamentally interconnected), and that a non-local “Hidden Variable” interpretation of quantum theory (such as Bohm’s) was not forbidden — findings that proved controversial and ran contrary to orthodox scientific consensus. This entangled view of reality was confirmed empirically through the experiments of Alain Aspect of France in the 1980s. Physicist Henry Stapp has gone as far as to say, “Bell’s theorem is the most profound discovery of science.”

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    1. Thanks Papa. Sorry so late in getting back to you. That one was a turning point for me, as it required me to review a lot about vacuum theory and how the topics I covered tied into it. Was really motivated when I saw a skeptic raise an eyebrow at the suggestion that quantum entanglement accounts for synchronicity, psi, etc. Take care.

  1. Thank you for your excellent explanation of scalar waves. It is difficult to understand, but you helped to make the complex understandable, which is always the mark of a good teacher.

    1. You’re welcome Max. Thanks for taking an interest in these subject matters and my blog specifically. I’m sure my explanation could be nitpicked somewhat, but I’m happy enough with it considering how poorly its covered on the net in general. Everyone is so entrenched in their own nomenclature, niches, etc. that its really hard connecting the dots as a layman between theorists. So I’m glad I could help.

  2. Mathematics evolve to match our understanding. Perhaps this recent paper is relevant to those in the ZPE or LENR fields. It’s amazing how little we know and how much we are learning.

    Extended Standard Model in multi-spinor field formalism: Visible and dark sectors
    Ikuo S. Sogami1,∗1Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606-8502, Japan∗E-mail: sogami@cc.kyoto-su.ac.jp
    Received August 31, 2013; Revised October 23, 2013; Accepted October 30, 2013; Published December 1, 2013

    5.2. Breakdowns of GEW and GEW symmetries
    Reflecting the similarity of the gauge symmetries G and G, the field contents of the bosonic parts
    possess one-to-one correspondence in the visible and dark sectors. In the lower energy regime, where the symmetries GEW and GEW are broken, we can assume that massive vector fields W±
    μ(x) and Zμ(x) emerge in the dark sector, similarly to the well established SM vector fields W±
    μ (x) and Zμ(x). Likewise, the massive scalar field h(x) comes forth in the dark sector, corresponding to the massive SM scalar field h(x)in the visible sector.

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