Photons

M5 Photons @EFPS5

Electromagnetic Spectrum

 

Most studying sciences are at least peripherally familiar with the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum. They are likely also familiar with the visible spectrum from infrared to ultraviolet. Ham radio operators are familiar with those frequencies as well. Astronomers pretty much span the entire range.

Let’s pause for just a minute and consider the EM spectrum from an Elegant Reasonism mode shifted point of view say between M1 and M5. Consider for a minute why Gamma Ray spectrum “maxes out”.  Do they have a maximum frequency? The short answer is that we currently don’t know. What we know has to do with our ability to measure rather than an actual maximum. The question on the table is about theoretical maximums. The highest energy measurements of gamma-rays are accomplished using ground-based instrumentation which also measure cosmic rays. Reliable detections of very high energy gamma-ray radiation from individual astrophysical sources, specifically from a couple of active galaxies and from the Crab Nebula, have extended up to about 1027 Hz (5 x 1012 eV). Aside from these individual sources, there is also expected to be a diffuse emission of gamma-rays which accompany the isotropic flux of cosmic rays. This diffuse gamma-ray emission is well measured below around 1024 Hz (109 eV) or so, and is expected to extend up to at least 1030 Hz (1015 eV). There have been reports of measurements of diffuse gamma-ray emission above 1029 Hz, but many other groups have only reported upper limits to emission at these energies. The measurement is exceedingly difficult since cosmic rays can outnumber gamma-rays at these energies by a factor of 10,000 to 1 or more! So you have to sift through a lot of cosmic rays to try to find the gamma-ray signal – which NASA indicates is a very difficult task. NASA’s Orbiting Wide-angle Light-collectors (OWL) is one project studying this area of science. The MILAGRO project is another such project.

Implications

The implications are relatively simple and straight forward. Either there is a maximum value or there isn’t. If we have the ability to discern higher values but can not detect them, then we might naturally construe there is a limit on gamma ray frequency, and that would be consistent with M5. The reason for that boils down to Severance. Because everything real in M5 is some configuration of MBPs, they constitute complex composite architectures of mass. Because we know little to nothing about such architectures in detail, we must manifest experiments in which we might divine such constructs. Severance is a concept derived from the intrinsic nature of MBPs. Despite that deriavation we still know relatively little about it. If we can prove an upper limit to gamma radiation frequency, we might infer the real existence of Severance. The inference is made because the construct that is the architectural photon would self-destruct past its Severance value. That is to say, it would fly apart. This constituents becoming either Preons or individual MBPs depending on the circumstances.

M1 holds that there is no theoretical upper limit to such frequencies. Determining whether or not a limit exists  is important to know relative to proving which model is empirically better. We would then have to necessarily push any such investigation back through the Elegant Reasonism framework in support of the epistemology. My instincts are that a limit will be found. The Event Frame where a photon’s EFPS5 exceeds Severance results in that photons’ architectural failure. Where does it go? The architecture simply divides into smaller constructs. In this case either Preons or individual MBPs. However, if a limit can not be discerned, we must look closely at why that is the case. In any event this is a currently a known unknown.

All of this constitutes a potential set or class of experiments which may yield insights in the future. Any such investigation will yield insights that confirm greater clarity of existing encapsulated interpretive models or suggest that a new model is needed. Regardless, science as a whole wins, and our holistic insights into the unified Universe improves due to Elegant Reasonism. Holistically, Elegant Reasonism also improves both as a framework and as an epistemology due to such experiments.

 

 

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McGowen

By Charles McGowen

Charles C McGowen is a strategic business consultant. He studied Aerospace Engineering at Auburn University '76-'78. IBM hired him early in '79 where he worked until 2003. He is now Chairman & CEO of SolREI, Inc. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2439-1707