Monday, December 31, 2018

New Explanation of the Redshift Effect Consistent with QGD’s Axioms

A while back I proposed an interpretation of observed redshift effects which at the time I felt was consistent with the axioms of QGD. However, after closer examination I found that the mechanisms I had used, though consistent with observations, were not consistent with certain aspects of QGD. In fact, they were not derived from first principles as is required for an axiomatic approach to physics. I have since gone back to the drawing board and found that all redshifts effects is a direct consequence of QGD’s singular model of light and the laws of momentum derived from its axiom set. You can read the newly edited section of Introduction to Quantum-Geometry Dynamics on the redshift effects below.


You can also download the section in PDF format here.

Particular Interpretation of Double-Slit Experiments

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