Monday, November 2, 2020

Hubble Tension the Emssivity of the Universe

Could the Hubble tension between the CMB (Hubble value of 67) and the supernova Hubble ladder (value of 73) be the emissivity of the universe given the detectors of the CMB are thermo-electric? Thermoelectric devices all produce bell-shaped curves called blackbody curves and they all have the emissivity correction problem.

If we assume the ladder method is correct and there is a systematic (emissivity) error in the CMB map, what temperature would the universe have to be to make the two have a Hubble constant equal to the ladder method? That difference, I think, would be the emissivity of the universe. And that would be an acceptable solution as all things have an emissivity reading, why not the universe?

Friday, September 4, 2020

A Fractal Theory of Quantum Foundations

Finally, after 12 years of working, last night I posted my quantum fractal paper; in it, I address the big questions of physics with a simple, modern, and well-known geometry, the fractal. I feel a little nervous actually, it appears noone has ever done this. If I can get some (financial/grant) support on it I'll take it to publication, rewriting and adapting it to suit — which is all too much for me here and now on my own. Besides, I want to work with the atmosphere stuff, where I use real quantum mechanics to reveal how the infrared atmosphere really works; way more exciting. Actually, there is still work to be done with the fractal: 'a theory of knowledge' from it. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343999170_Making_Sense_of_Light_and_the_Quantum_by_an_Experiment_on_an_Isolated_Emergent_Fractal https://www.academia.edu/43989373/Making_Sense_of_Light_and_the_Quantum_by_an_Experiment_on_an_Isolated_Emergent_Fractal https://vixra.org/abs/2008.0228