PhOENIX: The Physics Of Entanglements Networks and Information eXchanges is based on topology and combinatorics whereby all the known “particles” in physics can be represented as information which has been spatially entangled onto networks of vertices.
According to E=mc2, mass is nothing more than entangled energy. With PhOENIX, we have decoded how that energy becomes entangled, how it forms particles, and how those particles interact according to simple rules, using Graph Theory. A graph with n vertices is represented by an nxn matrix, called a coordinate matrix.
In PhOENIX, this quark-confinement is necessitated by the requirement that all vertices be connected with edges and/or tadpoles (Loops+ and Arrows-); a particle graph cannot have unfixed edges; it cannot be a “tree.” In this way, the entirely combinatoric structure fully maps the gluonic structure of quarks. As such, we can identify the structure of the charged-quarks via this structural correspondence. Because the electron is a real independent particle graph with three loops (t = 3), it establishes a benchmark for the correspondence between the number of tadpoles and the “electric charge.” From this, the quarks-vertices must be interpreted as having fractional electric charges. But because they cannot exist in and of themselves, the association is merely a method for mapping.
This is our Rosettastone (Correspondence), our Quark Methodology, between the original charge concept and the New tadpoles on vertices combinatorics concept.
Basically, the concept of “charge” in PhOENIX is expressed through combinatoric principals. In order to connect that with the language structure of the Standard Model (which other physicists are going to be more familiar with) we have to use a mapping or “Rosetta Stone” to connect our new methodology with the old methodology in a way that follows the principle of correspondence.
The map above shows the visual “knot” structures of PhOENIX and how they relate to the fundamental particles in physics, such as quarks, leptons, hadrons, baryons, photons, etc. as closed-loop knots.
Photons are minimally interpreted as a connected point of information exchange between two vertices. The simplest Leptons are single vertex particles, while Mesons, and Baryons are bundles of 2 or more entangled vertices.
Anti-matter looks similar to matter except the loops are replaced with arrows… and this is what leads us to the topological conclusion that antimatter is the key to quantum disentanglement. Because it will isolate and close all the particle loops inside of a bubble surrounded by this special type of quantum-topological landscape of antimatter also called “Dirac Holes”.
According to PhOENIX theory, antimatter is the key to shutting off quantum entanglement and closing off those information loops which ordinary matter uses to communicate it’s presence, and if quantum entanglement is the key to gravity, then this should also shut off gravity. It also gives us the “Negative Energy State” solutions to the Alcubierre-White Warp Drive Theory required to build warp drive technology. It’s a worthy idea that has never been tested and is absolutely worth a try.
The leading physics journals in just the past few years, are all leaning towards that same idea that quantum entanglement causes gravity, as no evidence can be found for the graviton.
We are on the verge of a major scientific breakthrough in physics, and we want to be on the cutting edge of that discovery, and the amazing technologies that will be brought to life from this deeper understanding of the core of physics.
To mark this momentous event, we are releasing the first of three revolutionary papers on PhOENIX (Click Here). In this paper entitled Combinatorial Relativity Theory in PhOENIX, we explicitly derive Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity from combinatorial first principles, and in so doing spark the revolution of PhOENIX.
PhOENIX sees space and time as if it were a hall of mirrors. Focus on the hands and phones on the left as you look into the reflections, and notice how the phone alternates from facing forwards to backwards. The slightest variation in the two mirrors, will produce an angle which produces a curved space time. This in another way to visualize the Odd and Even parts of the generating function which is used to derive special relativity in the PhOENIX paper.
The Odd frames (phone screen facing us) produce the particle’s Rapidity and the Even frames (phone screen facing away from us) defines the particle’s Lorentz Factor with respect to the original phone. And as will be explained in our third paper on Quantum Gravity, the subtle differences between the two reflection parities give rise to spatial curvature (gravity).
Back in December of 2015 Stephen Wolfram Published an article on his blog titled “What is space time, really?” In this article he masterfully outlines a new mathematical framework for looking at our Universe and a path which he believes could lead to a complete theory of physics, unifying quantum physics and relativity, through finding the most simplistic building blocks and rules for the known universe, using a method similar to what he wrote about in “A New Kind of Science”, his pivotal 1,000+ page tome on how highly complex patterns could emerge from simple 1 dimensional, 2 bit systems using basic iteration algorithms. In this article he went on to postulate that our 3D Universe might be constructed using a similar algorithm, and even went as far as talking about knots, graphs, nodes, and networks which are all integral parts of PhOENIX theory.
Here is an excerpt from the Blog of Stephen Wolfram :
“So what about spacetime and Special Relativity? Here, as I figured out in the mid-1990s, something exciting happens: as soon as there’s causal invariance, it basically follows that there’ll be Special Relativity on a large scale. In other words, even though at the lowest level space and time are completely different kinds of things, on a larger scale they get mixed together in exactly the way prescribed by Special Relativity.
Roughly what happens is that different “reference frames” in Special Relativity—corresponding, for example, to traveling at different velocities—correspond to different detailed sequencings of the low-level updates in the network. But because of causal invariance, the overall behavior associated with these different detailed sequences is the same—so that the system follows the principles of Special Relativity.
At the beginning it might have looked hopeless: how could a network that treats space and time differently end up with Special Relativity? But it works out. And actually, I don’t know of any other model in which one can successfully derive Special Relativity from something lower level; in modern physics it’s always just inserted as a given.”
In this same blog, Wolfram goes on to state:
“OK, so it’s conceivable that some network-based model might be able to reproduce things from current physics. How might we set about finding such a model that actually reproduces our exact universe?
The traditional instinct would be to start from existing physics, and try to reverse engineer rules that could reproduce it. But is that the only way? What about just starting to enumerate possible rules, and seeing if any of them turn out to be our universe?
Before studying the computational universe of simple programs I would have assumed that this would be crazy: that there’s no way the rules for our universe could be simple enough to find by this kind of enumeration. But after seeing what’s out there in the computational universe—and seeing some other examples where amazing things were found just by a search—I’ve changed my mind.”
PhOENIX is that Network based model which gives rise to our Universe, and the particle graphs associated with PhOENIX, have revealed the mathematical nature of the laws which govern particle physics at the most fundamental scale of our universe. This theory was independently discovered by a method very similar to the one described here by Wolfram, and we can’t wait to put it to the test with bigger and better simulations and computational models.
Whereas Stephen has suggested pursuing a random computational approach, we have instead pursued the theoretical approach, and actually discovered a discrete theory of quantum gravity which captures the essence of what Stephen was talking about in this article.
A New Topological Order:
A recent article was published in Quanta magazine that talked about how changes in the phases of matter were actually linked to symmetry breaking by condensed matter physicists, for example liquid water turns to solid ice when the molecules lose rotational symmetry, and become locked into a lattice. In addition to this, are these weird effects which show up as matter is cooled near absolute zero, which can’t be accurately described by a symmetry breaking, particles which normally act like tiny spheres, suddenly grow legs. Electrons begin to demonstrate fractional charges and experiments have begun to reveal more exotic phases, which symmetry breaking alone cannot explain. What is needed, according to the scientists in the article, is a new topological order. Which is BTW exactly what we are now claiming to have with PhOENIX theory.
To quote from the article:
“The topological phases only show up near absolute zero, because only at such low temperatures can systems of particles settle into their lowest-energy quantum “ground state.” In the ground state, the delicate interactions that correlate particles’ identities — effects that are destroyed at higher temperatures — link up particles in global patterns of quantum entanglement. Instead of having individual mathematical descriptions, particles become components of a more complicated function that describes all of them at once, often with entirely new particles emerging as the excitations of the global phase. The long-range entanglement patterns that arise are topological, or impervious to local changes, like the number of holes in a manifold.”
Ken’s 2012 Video Series Introducing PhOENIX Theory:
01 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Principle of Existence
02 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Particles of PhOENIX
03 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Particles of PhOENIX, part 2
04 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Photons of PhOENIX
05 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Matrices of PhOENIX
06 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Matrices of PhOENIX part 2
07 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Matrices of PhOENIX part 3
08 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Matrices of PhOENIX part 4
09 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Queer-Matter of PhOENIX
10 Introduction to PhOENIX: the Nucleons of PhOENIX
“If I have seen so far, it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants.” – Sir Isaac Newton
Additional reference links and resources for further exploration:
Math & Physics References:
TOPOLOGICAL QUANTUM INFORMATION AND THE JONES POLYNOMIAL – Louis H. Kauffman
Physicists Aim to Classify All Possible Phases of Matter – Natalie Wolchover
Emergent Gravity and the Dark Universe – Erik Verlinde
Analytic Combinatorics by Flajolet & Sedgewick
Modern Graph Theory by Bela Bollobas
Warp Drive and other Propulsion Technologies: