Bryan's blogs, songs & science

Nobel prize for quantum weirdness.

Bell’s Inequality: The weirdest theorem in the world  Nobel Prize 2022 The title of the following podcast shows the authors do not understand much about Bell. #qiskit #ibm #nobelprize This video is fundamentally flawed and should be retracted. The first huge error, which is a major misconception in the general

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Wait-a-second Bob!

Here I present a paper with nothing new.  It simply follows the steps of non-local collapse of the wavefunction which leads to the wrong result.  Hence we reject non-local collapse as a feasible process.  Bell’s Theorem predicts non-local collapse, so we must reject this theorem Wait-a-second Bob!  

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High School 1962-3

Rain in Ukraine

Photo by   Alexei Scutari Rain in Ukraine By Bryan Sanctuary May 16, 2022 It rained today, it started light but thunder rumbled soon, The land lay back to drink the gift and planned its coming bloom. The humid air with white warm mist lingers when it stops. The land turns

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Hyper-helicity and the foundations of QM.

When I stumbled upon hyper-helicity as the missing element of reality that completes spin, I did not anticipate the gob smacking consequences.  This paper is 12 pages and is descriptive and pedagogical. It is longer than I wanted, but you can jump to your topic of interest to see the

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Visualization of quaternions

Quaternions are difficult to visualize because they exist in a four dimensional hypersphere, S^3 beyond our full perception.  Mainly for this reason, they have not been in the regular science curriculum for a hundred years.  To avoid gimbal lock in 3D rotations, quaternions came back into favour with the development

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Bryan's Blogs, songs and science

I started this blog in January of 2022. My old blogs are still available from the pull-down menu above. I stopped blogging for some time, but now will be back.

It is a time for change