Deterministic collapse mechanism

Rolling the dice for quantum mechanics

My work defines sub-physical interactions for quanta, with wide emergent coverage. Systems are self-generating and the deterministic mechanism is constitution-invariant.

The best bits

  • Self-quantization: enables continuous waves to localise into unique fermion events;
  • Emergent Higgs mechanism, weak interaction, spontaneous symmetry breaking, Z and W bosons.
  • Gravitation, in the same mechanism as charge-based interactions (not a unified field);
  • A common quantum-chaotic picture for the coherence of black holes and particles;
  • A deterministic and solvable representation of vacuum, including quantum fluctuations, gravitation, charge, and other flux effects;
  • Asymptote-free, and not an 'effective theory';
  • A possible explanation for a matter/anti-matter imbalance during fermiogenesis.

Simple Foundation Rules

Our deterministic mechanism for physicality has simple rules, from which other detail emerges:

  1. Waves are bound in pairs as oscillators (bosons).
  2. Quanta propagate radially, with equivalence of phase, distance, and time, dφ=ds=dt , implying only light-speed propagation.
  3. Waves are excluded from interactions when they have the same phase and source.
  4. A boson's mass-energy is a function of its phases, ρ = e i φ B φ A
  5. ρ modulates phase φ of other overlapping bosons.
  6. Bosons collapse into a fermion where waves from two different bosons have value φ=0 at a unique point.

Latest Paper

Emergent Vacuum, Gravitation, and Standard Model Structure from Deterministic Mechanics

We created a simulation using mechanics from Valentine and demonstrated an emergent process for gravitation. In this interim report, we describe quantum propagation from the perspective of uniqueness, and a framework for emergent physicality with the detail of standard model phenomena at all energies. In this framework, we show vacuum structure and its effects on matter, spontaneous symmetry breaking with the weak interaction, intrinsic Higgs mechanism, asymptotic freedom, charge, fermion flavors and their decays, gravitation, matter-antimatter asymmetry, and a basis for classical observation. We describe simulation methodology, parameters, design decisions, initial results, and expectations.