Bohmian Mechanics and NPQG I

Bohmian mechanics, aka de Broglie-Bohm theory, describes a classical model of nature that solves the same problems as the mysterious quantum mechanics. In this post series, I’ll show how NPQG can provide a physical implementation of nature that matches Bohmian Mechanics. NPQG also provides a neoclassical quantum gravity solution that matches general relativity. Furthermore NPQG goes beyond the GR-QM era and Bohmian mechanics and leads to a far more parsimonious narrative for physics and cosmology. In this post series I will discuss NPQG as related to quotes from the Bohmian Mechanics article by Dr. Sheldon Goldstein, Rutgers, which is published in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. I suggest making a first pass through Dr. Goldstein’s article and then reading this blog post series while making a second more detailed pass.

Bohmian mechanics, which is also called the de Broglie-Bohm theory, the pilot-wave model, and the causal interpretation of quantum mechanics, is a version of quantum theory discovered by Louis de Broglie in 1927 and rediscovered by David Bohm in 1952. It is the simplest example of what is often called a hidden variables interpretation of quantum mechanics. In Bohmian mechanics a system of particles is described in part by its wave function, evolving, as usual, according to Schrödinger’s equation. However, the wave function provides only a partial description of the system. This description is completed by the specification of the actual positions of the particles. The latter evolve according to the “guiding equation”, which expresses the velocities of the particles in terms of the wave function. Thus, in Bohmian mechanics the configuration of a system of particles evolves via a deterministic motion choreographed by the wave function.

Bohmian Mechanics

In NPQG, particles are based on a neutral Noether core made of three nested orbiting dipoles. Each dipole couples to a weak personality charge in each axial pole, for a total of fix weak personality charges in the fermion assembly. The Noether core is composed of three electrino : positrino dipoles. For example a neutrino is Noether core of 3 electrinos and 3 positrinos (3/3), surrounded by a weak personality layer of 3 electrinos and 3 positrinos. A photon is a Noether core bound to an anti-Noether core and counter-rotationg to make the familiar E and B fields of a photon as well as all the polarization behaviour. A particle of spacetime aether is a very low apparent energy neutral structure of a pair of pro and anti Noether cores. Each assembly can interact losslessly with neighboring particles, emitting and receiving energy as point charges approach and recede. Spacetime aether structures, provide a medium that carries the pilot waves of Bohmian mechanics.

When a particle is sent into a two-slit apparatus, the slit through which it passes and its location upon arrival on the photographic plate are completely determined by its initial position and wave function.

The photon’s counter-rotating dipole structure will polarize local spacetime aether. For that matter any spinning point charge structure is casting some field pattern aura around it’s local neighborhood and beyond at lower magnitude. I conjecture that aura and the action it causes on spacetime aether assembly point charges qualifies as a pilot wave.

In NPQG each particle assembly is continuously exchanging energy with neighbor structures (inversely to radius squared) as the orbiting electrinos and positrinos of structures come in proximity and their potential fields cause action on each other. This is a spherical potential wave through the sea of spacetime aether assemblies. This is the “pilot wave” that passes through both slits in the apparatus and now interferes with itself since portions of the aether reacting with the spherical potential wave stream have been delayed by interaction with the solid apparatus creating the slits. Regardless of which slit the particle goes through, it will be influenced by the interference pattern of the pilot wave.

Gravity is a higher order effect caused by the alternating pulsing potential of the dipoles in Noether cores. This pulsing potential is how matter reveals apparent energy, aka mass. The denser the local matter-energy the more superimposing alternating potential waves permeate that local space and time. The denser the local energy the faster the assemblies move, revealing previously shielded energy. So we see here a departure with the equivalence principle as the implementation of nature is different in the two cases. The principles are the same, however.

In a sense the universe is a cellular automata that is both continuous and discrete. So in a double slit experiment, the waves passing through spacetime that encounter the apparatus apparently have no effect on the outcome. This leads to a scientific observation! Dense matter-energy with higher apparent energy (mass) can impede the response of local aether assemblies to the pilot wave. This explains a missing clarification in the double slit experiment.

The dynamic energy of every assembly is constantly adjusted according to the sum of the delayed potential wave received from all point charges in the universe based on \mathbf{1/r} . This falls off fairly quickly. I am sure you can appreciate how this is lossless and continuous. Isn’t it interesting that the fundamental quanta, electrino and positrino, can cause continuous behaviour when it comes to energy exchange? We will cover this later, but dipoles can also accumulate energy in quanta. Those quanta are related to the radius of the orbit and Lorentz of course. High or low energy results in a smaller radius orbit and time passes slowly. Medium energy results in a larger radius orbit and time passes quickly.

Consider Conway’s cellular automata “Life”. It is a prescient foreshadowing of the discovery of the point charge basis of nature and emergence of the universe and life.


Hopefully this has been an interesting set of excursions in brainstorming about how nature is implemented. It appears that the NPQG model is well positioned as a foundation for both general relativity and de Broglie-Bohm quantum mechanics.

J Mark Morris : San Diego : California

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