Answer to Critique
Rory,
Thanks for obtaining the critique from Dr. Walter Harbut.
I would like now to respond to this first offering my thanks that he
has at least taken the trouble to respond.
He says he is looking for "the flaw" as if he has already
decided the case before reading the article. I had hoped that any critic
would look at the whole picture presented and not just look at a small
portion, find a problem and dismiss the whole thing on that basis.
I suppose he would be very busy and not have the time to take in properly
what was written because he has missed the point in one important way
as I will show. He is looking at my base level of reality, the ither,
consisting of real particles, the positive and negative primaries,
as if they were part of the quantum level of reality. I make it quite
clear that the quantum level is the next higher one generated by the
mathematics of the ither. If it is true that nonEuclidean geometries
have to apply at the quantum level this is readily provided, even with
Euclidean geometry at the ither level, since these can be purely mathematical
constructs of the ither just as our mathematicians model them. The
ither level can therefore remain Euclidean. He makes much of entanglement
and tunnelling. I am fully aware that Newtonian mechanics cannot account
for tunnelling. However, the interpretation I give for waveparticle
duality shows that subatomic particles do not have to be considered
as real and need not obey Newton. They obey quantum mechanical principles
as purely mathematical constructs of the ither, arranged so that Newtonian
mechanics arises at the macroscopic scale. At this scale I show Euclidean
geometry applies despite Einstein's curved spacetime approach. This
is because I show the density of the ither, speed of light and massenergy
of an object all vary with distance from a massive object in such manner
as to be mathematically equivalent to curved spacetime. This yields
the same predictions as GR but with the huge advantage of being fully
quantum compatible. So here at least no higher dimensions are required.
He makes no reference to this. I think the problem is that theorists
are still considering subatomic particles as real when waveparticle
duality indicates that they are simply abstract constructs of the background
mind. He makes no comment about this crux issue, assumes from the start
that my theory is flawed and ignores all the attractive aspects of
the approach. The points he makes about particles penetrating filaments
indicates he is thinking of them as subatomic particles obeying quantum
rules. They are not.
I have assumed that at the ither level Newtonian mechanics
can be reapplied since only here do real particles exist. They are
no longer waveconstructs and so it is wrong to apply quantum mechanics
here. He thinks the spinors of Penrose offer more promise. I would
like to ask how these predict the survival of consciousness following
bodily death. The experimental evidence for this as fully proven fact
is now available. It is not obvious to theorists since this area has
been effectively discredited by scientists who regard it as a threat.
But this does not diminish the experimentally established facts. Nonlocality
and entanglement do offer problems if very entangled "particles" do
affect one another absolutely instantaneously at great separating distances.
However, if a minute time delay is permitted then this can be accommodated
by superluminary transport of information along filaments.
I do think he could have considered the very large number
of positive aspects of the theory: the way it solves the problems of
the big bang by eliminating the cosmological constant and replacing
this with a gentle everaccelerating expansion of the universe as already
shown by study of distant superenovae. It removes the singularities
from the centres of black holes and he could have commented on the
way it provides what I consider to be a far better interpretation of
waveparticle duality than those already available. But although I
am disappointed at his response please thank him for his effort.
Ron
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