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**Technology, Science & Alt Science / Unifying Quantum Spin with Relativity**

« **on:**April 28, 2018, 10:13:31 PM »

Physicists often describe quantum particles as excitations in space time fields ...while describing relativistic physics as bending space time. Something my brother and I have been toying with for a few years is the concept that quantum particles

Anytime an electrically charged object is spun, a magnetic field is produced. We measure quantum spin by the magnetic fields they produce. For anyone who hasn't looked into quantum spin, there are some strange differences from classical spin: Classical spin requires particles to physically move. As a soccer ball spins, particles far away from the center of rotation must travel farther. Classical spin has the distinct quality that of massive objects must move through space time.

Our measurements led us to describe all elementary particles with notions of half-spin meaning that they must rotate 720° to reach their original state. What's fascinating about this is how highly reminiscent it is of the belt trick: It illustrates how a single point in space can rotate endlessly without tangling itself up.

This hypothesis would

What's great about this interpretation is that the space time fabric is

Wouldn't it be interesting if general relativity was described the large scale deformations of space while particles ended up being the tiny deformations in space? Obviously this is just speculation, but you can't deny it would be elegant.

*are*excitations, but as eddies in the space time fabric (which is already notorious for acting like a super-fluid).Anytime an electrically charged object is spun, a magnetic field is produced. We measure quantum spin by the magnetic fields they produce. For anyone who hasn't looked into quantum spin, there are some strange differences from classical spin: Classical spin requires particles to physically move. As a soccer ball spins, particles far away from the center of rotation must travel farther. Classical spin has the distinct quality that of massive objects must move through space time.

Our measurements led us to describe all elementary particles with notions of half-spin meaning that they must rotate 720° to reach their original state. What's fascinating about this is how highly reminiscent it is of the belt trick: It illustrates how a single point in space can rotate endlessly without tangling itself up.

**In this video, the cube would represent a single 0-dimentional point in space, while the belts would represent the unbroken untangled connectivity to the rest of the space time fabric.**(Note the configuration only loops every 720°... This is seen as any individual belt alternating between looping above and below the cube every 360°).This hypothesis would

*also*resolve the problem of explaining the strength electrons' magnetic fields. If the cube still represents a 0-dimensional electron position, the belts would actually be required to exceed the speed of light in order to produce magnetic fields as intense as the ones we see around electrons.What's great about this interpretation is that the space time fabric is

*already*modeled by relatively to be capable of exceeding the speed of light. For example, blackholes are mathematically modeled as space time fabric flowing into the singularity faster than light can traverse it.Wouldn't it be interesting if general relativity was described the large scale deformations of space while particles ended up being the tiny deformations in space? Obviously this is just speculation, but you can't deny it would be elegant.