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10 Quanta Equational, Measuring, Spin-Like Triples

Gudrun Kalmbach HE*

MINT, PF 1533, D-86818 Bad Woerishofen, Germany

*Corresponding Author: Gudrun Kalmbach HE, MINT, PF 1533, D-86818 Bad Woerishofen, Germany.

Received: February 01, 2023; Published: February 12, 2023

Abstract

In order to solve the physics gravity problem, not included in the standard model U(1)xSU(2)xSU(3) a new appraoch is presented, using Gleason measuring quanta apparati, generated by spin-like triples GF in octonian and SU(3) coordinates. Seven belong to the octonians (Figure 1), three to SU(3). The last ones are for gravity and color charges. Two of them set the inversions of radius from black hole energies to universes energies and inversion of speeds from dark energy speed to universes energy speed. Used are the Schwarzschild radius in the first case and the speed of light in the second case. Accelerating gravity is for the tenth GF as a leaning plane for an orbit of a mass system P rotating with speed v about a central mass system Q (planet-sun). The plane cuts an (at 450 opening) Minkowski cone in a plane containg the parabolic escape of P from Q as line on the cone surface and with angle 0 for v2 - v = 0. the plane leans with an ellipse cut through the cone until a circle as transversal intersection for v = v1, vj cosmic speeds of Q is obtained. The gravitational speed acceleration of v adds after one revolution of P to the main diagonal location of the Kepler elllipse an additional constant phase shift such that the ellipse becomes an Einstein rosette.The enumeration of triples is with indices of octonian coordinates 0,1,2,...,7. The last described triple is 126 for an rgb-graviton, observed as neutral color charge of a nucleon.It is 4-dimensional extended to 1267 for its exponential wave description 7. This belongs to a proton. To a neutron a dual graviton 3456 belongs (356 as triple, barycentrical for mass 5). It sets the Schwarzschild radius inversion of energy radii inside a black hole and universes energies. The third new triple 037 is for speed inversion at speed of light from dark energy speed inside a pinched torus to energy speed outside such pinched tori. The geometries are different. The speed case is for 7 cylindrical wirh a transversal circle and its pinched point at projective infinity, For 3456 it is spherical, barycentrical for a complex Riemannian sphere S2. For 1267 it is a Minkowski cones geometry where the pinched point of the torus location is not at projective infinity, at infinity it is closed by a circle. To the physics wave-particle duality 7-5 is added 7-5-3 a third whirl character 3, energies can show in experiments.

Keywords: Wave; Particle; Whirl; Uncertainty; Octonian; Hilbert Space; Forces

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Citation

Citation: Gudrun Kalmbach HE. “10 Quanta Equational, Measuring, Spin-Like Triples". Acta Scientific Applied Physics 3.3 (2023): 25-28.

Copyright

Copyright: © 2023 Gudrun Kalmbach HE. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.



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