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What is Life?

The meaning of life is hidden behind the fundamental understanding of science. One major obstacle in discovering secrets is the lack of human effort for critical thinking, an important concept for the survival of the human race, professed by many, applied by a few.

The nature of the whole universe in which we live, together with all forms of life and objects, are made of small particles or packets of energy that combine through electromagnetic forces in unique forms to make atoms. In scientific terms, life is fragmented into increasing number of interacting sub-divisions or compartments at the lowest levels of assembly. The level of complexity increases opposite to the level of observation: the lowest the sub-division, the harder the understanding. This is evidence that everything that exists in this universe is made of small working compartments that together form an object or an individual.

Subatomic particles like the proton (+), electron (-) and neutron (+/-) form atoms in very strange ways that defy logical common sense (pragmatism). For example, atoms have two fundamental compartments: the nucleus houses the  protons and neutrons, and the orbits houses the electrons. The AtomThe solidity of atoms is localized in the nucleus, whereas the orbits represent a softy section in which the energy of the electron is more like spread, smear-out, dispersed or delocalized electromagnetic waves and is scientifically referred to as the electron cloud. In reality, this description is true for all subatomic particles too as evidenced by the discovery and description of the entity called the electron as an energetic cloud that moves around the nucleus of atoms.  The electron cannot be seen as a point particle moving in orbits around the nucleus as the earth moves around the sun. A fair comparison of the model of particles is a blowing fan or propeller in which the center of the unit is the solid localized mass and the moving blades is the spread delocalized energy.Rotating Fan-Atom AnalogyIn analogy with the model of a fan the energy of the electron is spread around all the space where the blades are allowed to occupy.

Rotating BladesThe solidity in matter is due to the concentration or localization of protons and neutrons in the center of the atoms. This is so because the mass allocated in protons and neutrons is in the order of ten-thousand times heavier than the electron. Proton-Electron Mass ComparisonThe strange thing about the nucleus in the atoms is the fact that protons are forced to be confined in small distances where the natural force of repulsion between particles of equal charges is expected to operate. It happens that the universe came up with a strange way to keep equally-charged protons together through a force called the strong force.

The Atom NucleusIt is precisely the strong force that gets overcome in a nuclear explosion, which allows the natural repulsion tendency of massive protons take over and make the confined protons fly away from each other. The highly concentrated solid energy of protons act as sub-atomic projectiles that penetrates and destroys any matter on its way from the atomic level.Nuclear ExplosionIn quantum mechanics, all atoms and sub-atomic particles are mathematically expressed as an energy wave of vibrations. The fundamental model of vibration is the pendulum motion, as in a grand father clock, in which the swinging of the pendulum is mathematically explained by the trigonometry function of the sine wave.

Grand Father Pendulum MotionSine WaveEach of the elements of the periodic table corresponds to a particular vibration with its own frequency of vibration that makes it the “finger print” identification code of the particle. This means that, for example, atoms of the element number one hydrogen (H) vibrate equally to each other but different to those of element number two Helium (He). This is so because H is made of one proton in the center and one electron in orbit, whereas He doubles that. Therefore, the electromagnetic attractions between the protons in the nucleus and electrons in orbits, the proton-proton repulsions in the nucleus, and electron-electron repulsions in the orbits are fundamentally different and more complex as the number of protons and electrons vary among all elements of the periodic chart.

The mathematical analysis of quantum mechanics explains the distribution of electrons around the nucleus of atoms. The analysis predicts that there are two fundamental shapes for the energetic distribution named spherical and dumb bell, like the petals of a flower. The different atomic orbitals have designated the letters s,p,d, and f. The complexity of the energy distribution increases from s to f as the distance from the nucleus increases and the vibrational energy of the orbital. This means that for an electron to exist at a particular orbital, its energy has to be distributed accordingly to the particular shape of the orbital and vibrate at the frequency of the orbital. Atomic OrbitalsThis analysis is the result of the application of the concept of the mathematical sine wave explaining the vibration of the orbitals through the pendulum motion. The difference in vibrational frequencies correspond to different swinging speeds of the pendulum. The fundamental model is called the atomic harmonic oscillator, which mathematical analysis results in the following picture:

Harmonic Oscillator In my HVB theory (Hidden Variable Behind) I developed a comparison between the life of the electron in the atom of hydrogen and the life of a human being on earth through the concept called “the human-electron analogy”.  In the theory the orbital motion of the electron around the nucleus of the atom is compared to the orbital motion of a human being around the center of the earth and the earth around the sun. The analogy has been justified by the theory of repeated patterns, the antique philosophical concept called “as above so below”, and the antique theosophical concept of “the law of correspondences”.

Orbit PatternOne principal conclusion of the analogy that can be used as evidence that fundamental science has hidden undiscovered knowledge is the fact that, by analogy with the electron, we human beings live in a form of vibrational energy universe analogous to those predicted for electrons in the atomic theory.

Harmonic Oscillator of Humans

In the analogy, critical thinking brings us to deduce that our three-dimensional universe is analogous to the three-dimensional atomic p-orbital of the electron. This implies that the reality of our human life is portrayed in a particular vibrational “bubble” with a unique frequency and that there are other “bubbles” capable of vibrating at frequencies above and below ours. An example of a universe with higher energy existing above us is represented by the d-orbital of the harmonic oscillator. The quantum atomic harmonic oscillator explains that a d-orbital has a larger number of dimensions because its energy splits into 5 sub-orbitals that make it 5-dimensional (5D). This means that an electron living in a d-orbital has the freedom of spreading or delocalize or smear-out its energy along a larger area in space. In the human-electron analogy, this means that this universe represents less confinement and greater freedom.

5 Dimension d Universe

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