I have five children four girls and a boy and have been married four times. I have been in a mold business most of my life and retired as president in the last one. Presently I study quantum physics and quantum mechanics seven days a week.
richard6391 to ivydodra11: If you're truly interested in science and quantum physics or math. I'd be happy to share my papers with you in the discussion of such. I charge nothing for my papers or math. I am presently getting into artificial intelligence at MIT. Richard PS I can be emailed at Richard 6391@Gmail.com.
fieldofforce: Without asymmetric change, motion, movement, etc., we have no way of observing passage of time.
Quantum entanglement is an example of symmetric change, motion, movement, etc.
We cannot observe the symmetric change directly. What we can observe is the instantaneous asymmetric change in the entangled particle.
Another example of symmetric change is the warping of spacetime, which produces gravity. The warping is symmetric change that we can observe indirectly through observing light following a curved path through the warped spacetime.
sauerkrautgenie12: Are you into quantum cosmology as well?
If so, do elaborate on your theories regarding it.
I'd love to hear about what you have to say about quantum mechanics as well..
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