Emergent phenomena

After defining our basic mechanism, other phenomena may be described in those terms.


Emergent definitions and properties

  • Universal propagation: dφ=ds=dt universally; space is emergent.
  • Classification of fermions and bosons, in a duality of wave value, analogous to quanta:
    • Wave: cos in one value axis, b.
    • Boson: 2 bound waves, entangled.
    • Fermion: 2 waves at b, from different bosons, at unique position.
  • Vacuum energy: mass-energy as uncollapsed environmental or confined bosons.
  • Quantum fluctuation: a vacuum interaction that collapses a boson.
  • Mass-energy: function of wave phases in a boson, m = cos φBφA
    • Intrinsic to bosons; implicit at fermions.
    • Propagates at light speed.
    • Emergent localisation of mass: Compton radius from particle mass-energy and vacuum flux.
  • Operator: mass-energy on the phase of other overlapping bosons.
  • Gravitation: directional bias of wave collapse due to the vacuum flux/currents of persistent bodies.
    • Mass-energy perturbs solutions of collapse (by time and phase offset).
    • Flux/evaporation model for black holes, having a quantum chaotic picture.
  • No singularities.
  • (Electro-)weak interaction: collapsing one of two waves from a source, enabling another wave, breaking spherical symmetry, and changing the wavefunction.
  • Spontaneous symmetry breaking.
  • Superposition of states: waves in bosons from the same source, on the same shell.
  • Entanglement.
  • Deterministic collapse.
  • Strong interaction: generally the same as electromagnetism, but with confined structures of hadrons.
  • Confinement.
  • Charge: property of a structural fermion (having a boson) that changes identity with vacuum.
  • Electromagnetism: coherent vacuum currents corresponding to the collapsing bosons of a fermion.
  • Electromotive force.
  • Virtual anti-particles, matter/vacuum polarization (see 2014 paper, chapter 5).
  • Flavor ontology [tentative].
  • Particle coherence: semi-localized conservation cycle, creation, annihilation, decay.
  • Decoherence and fermio-genesis: plasma.
  • Non-persistent fermions (created and annihilated).
  • Decay products: vacuum intercepts the re-constitution cycle of a fermion.
  • Redshift, from the scale of matter [tentative]

Phenomena studied in this context


Vacuum and flux


Ontology and material properties