Topic034: A Review of the Fundamental Forces, Bill Tifft, and Tony Pitucco, 9/08/17
Book figure S4, Table 7, Quark section on left; S4, Table 6 revised.
Fine Structure Constant
As developed in Topic022 and illustrated in the leading figure above, the fundamental forces are defined by successive doubling of a scaling interval i, which represents doubling stages of the initial dipole split in the origin of time at the origin of the universe in QTC. The decay of the equivalent temporal-energy dipole housed in galactic nuclei, as QTC has demonstrated, drives timeline evolution, seen through quantized redshifts and temporal curvature, of the 3-d temporal expanding universe. This Topic will be looking at the force structure within space, a product of time, to illustrate its apparent structure and effects generated because of the doubling structure merger of Bose and Fermi statistics relating to issues of simultaneity, one of which is entanglement.
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