Dual Universe: Eternity | Spacetime

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17 Energy-Frequency Matching

The use of a traveling energy wave to guide electrons or other particles is familiar in particle accelerators and traveling wave tubes. I am suggesting that in the transmission of light through a vacuum, the frequency of the potential energy wave spread across the spacetime membrane is the frequency attributed to a photon when it is thought to behave as a wave. Throughout the entire electromagnetic spectrum, the energy of the photon is inversely proportional to its wavelength, a general property of waves. Therefore, one can predict that correction of a particle like the electron by the same cross-membrane process will also require a wavelength inversely proportional to the particle’s kinetic energy, determined by its mass and its velocity.

The experiment with a beam of light suggests that the process of track correction might not always succeed. There is a probability that some particles may leave the correction process and travel on erratically. This probability would influence in varying degrees transmission through different types of energy barrier that cause deviation or reflection of elementary particles. Ensembles of particles display a distribution of probabilities for penetrating potential barriers.

In summary, my proposal is that a guiding potential energy wave from outside the spacetime membrane interacts with the energy-momentum of particle moving through space time according to the least action principle. This yields the correct path of a particle in the presence of random deviations caused by the limited number of contacts between quanta. The corrections developed on the eternity side of the membrane interface are translated from two to three spatial dimensions in the form of an electromagnetic wave. The electric and magnetic components of this wave provide the energy-momentum corrections required to return a deviating photon to the proper path.

The presence of such a wave is demonstrated in the twin-slit experiment, a variant of the experiment with light mentioned previously.

Updated 3/25/2017

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