At 6:33 in this video it should be clear to everyone that a single photon is actually a real particle. NPQG models a photon as a composite spherical particle with a shell made of 6 electrinos and 6 positrinos and no payload. In any case, the little game of pong makes sense as the photon bounces around the mirrored cage. It looks like each reflection is lossless, but it is not. Small harmonics of energy were transferred from the photon to the mirror on the reflection operation. On each bounce the photon might lose a few units of energy which would be represented in frequency of the photon. As advanced as it is, this technology is far too primitive. We need something that can read the cycles per second of the photon shell. But don’t we already know that? Isn’t that the frequency of the photon? Hmmm, that is some food for thought. To understand nature our instruments must be able to measure individual reactions at Planck scale granularity or as close as theoretically possible. This is the ultimate test of the theory. However, the technology as of the beginning of 2020 is getting closer and closer. I project that by 2030, if not far earlier, engineers will have devised how to capture individual electrinos, positrinos, and specific composite particles in the form of absolute or relative 3D.
From the perspective of NPQG, step back and think about how intelligence has mastered nature so far even with an incomplete understanding. I’m already stipulating intelligent beings, but that is a whole ‘nuther blog post. Let’s imagine that your friend is traveling and is somewhere on the other side of the globe. You send a message in some form towards your friend. Signals in your brain control your body such that you type out your message and send it on it’s way. Imagine the inefficiencies through the systems and layers of the human individual. For example, the signal exits your physical body only to be typed back in again to a computer or mobile device. Still, despite all the layers of inefficiency, a signal which involves electrinos and positrinos, navigates a network to wind up on your friends mobile device or email somewhere else on the globe. Imagine that. Intelligent beings are causing physical movement of nature’s particles and signals mechanisms over large distances. Of course, we knew this already more abstractly, but we didn’t really think about it relative to fundamental nature as a cellular automata in the broadest sense.
J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : January 5, 2020 : v1