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Quantum Sensory Bandwidth
Perspicacities and Perspicuities
A New Meme of Quantum
Tihmings for Millennium III

by Doug Renselle

"The higher the quality of consciousness, the higher the frequency-response of the system."

Itzhak Bentov, in his Stalking the Wild Pendulum, Ch. 5, p. 97, Bantam paper, 1979.
(Bentov's text suffers much classicism, but he significantly aligns Quantonics memes.
Too, he offers notions previously unknown to, unconsidered by us.
Much of what he writes about is relevant memes of 'reserve energy.' Doug - 5Sep2003.)

Our graphic above is limited. It is only 2D. Quantum reality is ¤mnimensi¤nal, plus.

On our simple-minded 2D scale, though, we can partially describe Nature's full spectrum, from
zer¤ rate flux (, i.e., lambda, as ~unlimited wavelength) to Planck's wavelength as 1043 changæs
per quantum-relative zer¤-c
hangæ reference actual quantum flux.

Perhaps a simpler way to say this is that Nature's entire harmonic scale has 143 octaves.
Folks, from a classical perspective, that is a piano whose keyboard is roughly ~1039 miles (~1042 meters) wide!!!
That is roughly 1026 light years! Our known 'universe' is only about 1010 light years across.
(Our key board calculation assumes 2146 white keys, classically, about 'one' inch per white key width.)

Notice that when we work (classically) at this scale of numbers (see n¤mbær),
doubling a large number has little affect on our base-10 notational outcome.
For example, when we 'double' 1010 light years it is still very roughly 1010 light years (~10 billion light years).
If our Milky-Way is centered in our 'universe,' then we can show its width calculation as ~2•1010 light years across
We see a similar affect when we convert miles to and from meters where there is only a ~103 factor in that change of scale,
neglecting a 1.6 or 0.6 multiplier as base-10 insignificant. Doug - 16Nov2002.

Our 2D graphic only depicts our formal ~classical perspective of actual quantum flux. To put this in further perspective, take a look
at our
Quantum Wavelength vis-à-vis Classical Wavelength web page. As we warned you, our graphic above is limited and only
approximately shows reality's actual quantum flux. That actual flux corresponds our inverted
blue V in that other web page.
Notice how our
red V from that page, representing all of quantum n¤nactual is¤flux which is c¤mplementary to our
graphic above, is n¤t shown above. Now we may begin to fathom quantum reality's enormity! Doug - 2Nov2002.

Familiar stuff in our everyday lives roughly corresponds to husb in our graphic above.

With scientific accoutrements we can extend husb to shasb. But even with this dramatic extension,
what is most amazing is that
shasb is very, very much less than one part in 1022 of Nature's vast spectrum.
shasb is infinitesimal compared to Nature's entire quantum spectrum.

Now ponder how silly it is for us to assume that we can use light as an upper limit on Einstein's classical time.
Notice that visible light which humans can see is only one octave of, and a tiny sub-portion of, both
shasb and
Nature's entire spectrum.

While we are pondering light, also comsider how we, currently, place a limit on all temporal velocities
as light's 'speed' of ~3•1010 centimeters per 'second.'

Now without worrying about how classicists view 'time' as 'space' rate, consider how many recurrences
husb can exist in Nature's upper spectrum which is unknown/insensible to humans even with assistance.
Calculate it yourself. Classically, it is roughly 1036 with a tad of gap among all those!

Now, essence!!! Imagine your husb if we moved it to each of those other possible bandwidths!
What would you see? What would you call time, space, mass, energy, light, temperature, pressure, and so on...?
Would they be similar to what you experience in
husb? Omnifferent?

As an example imagine how 'light' would appear to stand still if your husb were centered at
about 1033 flux and above on our oversimplified graph of Nature's spectrum.

There is a very neat video/DVD which offers a succinct analogy of what we are describing here: Photographing Fairies!
This movie is superb! It shows how 'fairies' live in a higher sensory bandwidth above
husb. How do we access this higher bandwidth?
In this movie, our protagonists must eat a blossom from a special flower. In this fantasy land that is how we 'jump' to a higher bandwidth.
You will also discover many other quantum metaphors in Photographing Fairies. Enjoy!
Both VHS and DVD available online, e.g., Amazon and Barnes & Noble (no Quantonics affiliation).
Doug - 2Nov2002.

Now you may at least commence fathoming why we say SOM and its attendant classical science are just
incredibly naïve, ludicrously infantile, unworthy of extraordinary intellect's attentions and efforts.
This is why we refer them as
SOM's Box and SOM's Vicious Reality Loop.

How can we use our graph to critically assess classical relativity ideas and
think in better ways about other more quantum-
tehmp¤ral memes?

Einstein Wrong?

One big way is how we think about Einstein's use of classical mathematics in his theories of relativity.

Let's imagine (i.e., practice a Gedanken experiment or gedankenment of) ourselves
being capable of moving our sensory bandwidths, at will, up and down our spectrum above.
As we move our
husb up that spectrum, all flux — both above us and below us — appears, relatively to decrease in rate.
As we move our
husb down that spectrum, all flux — both above us and below us — appears, relatively to increase in rate.

What we see here is a kind of inverse quantum Zeno Doppler affect,
attended by a crucial quantum meme of
Zeno's requirement for: Bergsonian durational n¤nst¤ppability.

(Students of Quantonics, we strongly recommend you read pages
above our inverse quantum Zeno link above, starting at about
Have your own quantum epiphany!
Fathom how Zeno (of Elea) anticipated — ~2450 years ago — macroscopic quantum uncertainty:
macroscopic quantum uncertainty of an arrow's position and momentum!)

Our approach here both describes and visualizes Poincaré's version of relativity, which
we think is a much better and more naturally real than Einstein's version of relativity.
Einstein's theories of relativity both presume and assume classical stoppability!
Einstein, as do nearly all classicists, assumes that reality is classically stoppable!

Quantum flux does not stop! Nature does not stop!

We k-n¤w Einstein is wrong! He assumes time stops! That implies Nature stops, i.e., is stoppable!
Einstein, as a classicist, as a nearly total
SOMite, is incapable of thibediring reality.
As Zeno and Bergson have said, Einstein and all classicists assume, "...that movement is made of immobilities."

Einstein both presumed and assumed, in his Special and General Theories of Relativity
that Nature is classically, conveniently, conventionally stoppable!
(Classical mathematics make this same assumption!)

How do we know this? Einstein's mathematics permit classical idea(l) concepts of 'equals,' 'zero,' 'one,' etc.
As a result they also permit non-stochastic (ideal) infinities and thence infinitesimals. His calculations show that at a finite
speed of light as an upper speed limit, any massive 'object' approaches infinite mass density.
Simultaneously, he claims, when speed (e.g., of a photon) 'equals' light speed, time stands still. Time stops!!!

But nature, as Zeno, Bergson, et al., have shown, is unst¤ppable. From our more general perspective of quantum flux as a natural
and intrinsic meme it is impossible for light and light speed to effect stoppage of all Nature's flux on a craft moving at light speed.
From our view, in order to be able to do that relatively, we would have to move our local
husb up our spectrum to its maximum Planck rate.

Did a Déjà Vu just chunnel your quantum stage? Is quantum reality just a big inverted Led Zeppelin guitar with roughly 143 frets?


Page...Oh Page!...Where art thou?

"Swim to me..." but, but, but, "...where's the bridge?"

Einstein's Special and General Relativities deny attainment of light speed by any non-photonic 'particle/object' due their "non-zero" rest mass.
This exposes another classical stoppability presumption that objects in reality may be "at rest," i.e., have 'zero' momentum.
And further ponder how that presumption denies outright Maxwell's 2nd 'law' of thermodynamics.

Seeing, sensing visible light, is only a single kind of sensory capability
(among aural, olefactory, thermal, pressure, gravity, vibration, equilibrium, etc.).
That is just what our spectrum, including our
husb, hasb, and shasb above intend to show.
Using our spectrum's light flux, and only single-octave light, to model and assess what happens to
massive 'objects' and space-derived homogeneous 'time' at light speed, may now be seen quite readily for what it is: naïve.

This issue is what Zeno's paradice are mostly about. Zeno, like Bergson, claimed in his paradoxes that reality is unstoppable
and that to presume reality is stoppable dispenses, indeed relegates, all subsequent classical analysis to an irredeemable Babelian heap.

Notice how Poincaré's relativity avoids Einstein's 'relativity' notions of clocks standing still and mass densities going to infinity.

Einstein incorrectly used space as a proxy for time. But quantum tihmæ is n¤t classically spatial. Quantum tihmings issi quantum fluxings.

He incorrectly said, "Time is spatial,"

when what he should have said issi, "Heter¤gene¤us quantum-tihmings aræ fluxings interrelational!"

Einstein Wrong?

What do you think?

Thank you for reading,


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Doug Renselle
Quantonics, Inc.
Suite 18 #368 1950 East Greyhound Pass
Carmel, INdiana 46033-7730

©Quantonics, Inc., 2002-2014 Rev. 7Mar2010  PDR Created 6Sep2002  PDR
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(16Nov2002 rev - Add base-10 note. Repair minor typos. Add large section on Einstein's SR/GR and Zeno.)
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