New Experiments Now Needed
The quest for unification may be over but the real work is now ahead and requires detailed understanding of architectures of mass comprising everything real in order to manifest new technologies, devices, and to affect industry across the global economy. These issues are neither trivial nor trite. The task ahead is about understanding the nuances in architecture not only of the various material particles but the systems with which they do or do not interact. Under M5 dark matter, for example, is just a configuration produced by the Fundamental Entanglement Function, limited by Severance that has density and saturation levels such that it does not interact easily. Likely the range of Preons is exceedingly diverse in that regard. The point here is that each EIM constrains what we think is real in different manners. What we believe we can or can not engage is a function of the associated perceptions as are the results of those various efforts.
Perhaps this all sounds complicated and maybe it is but there are places to start. Photons and electrons seem a relatively good place to begin. Their respective features are rich and traditional experiments represent a well spring of information to mode shift. Because of the electronics industry and information sciences there is much to be discerned from these areas. Antenna design, photovolatics, computers, RF interference and interactions, florescence, and many others all offer significant opportunity to explore architectures of mass of these various systems. Absolutely everything about these experiments must be mode shifted in order for those efforts to both perceive and engage the unified Universe.
For example, Chapter 2 in the above text where part of that focus is “in free space”. Under M5 space has no influence over anything. Our entire focus must shift to the architectures in the reference frame and not the medium of the frame. The focus is entirely different. In order to understand these various issues they must be appropriately mode shifted for all the reasons holistically stated through our network presence.
Architectures of Mass
The Emergence Model‘s M5 Encapsulated Interpretative Model (EIM) is generally construed to follow Knot Theory. According to an article on Space.com one estimate calculates there are 10E+24 stars in the universe. Everyone believes that is an underestimate. We use it here to make the point that the simplest view of M5‘s knot theory approach shows 10E+33 permutations of knots and that too is a vast underestimate. That vast number represents the configurations of MBPs made manifest by The Fundamental Entanglement Function, limited by Severance which instantiate all physical properties. Forces are the work done by the action of these various architectures of mass so configured as measured within an Event Frame. The take away here is that there are more configurations of MBPs under this EIM than there are stars in the known universe. These configurations form architectures of mass, under M5. Those comprehending the Bang to Bang implications will realize that ‘known Universe’ is vastly different from the ‘unified Universe’ articulated there. There in the unified Universe there are likely more stars and galaxies by many orders of magnitude than there are configurations of MBPs, but we will never know those answers because they lay beyond our particle horizon. Pursuit of architectures of mass is anything but trivial. These architectures instantiate everything real.
Speed of Entanglement
Albert Einstein called entanglement ‘spooky action at a distance’. Such experiments are now called Bell Inequality Tests or experiments. The report linked below measured the speed of entanglement exceeding the speed of light by an order of magnitude. Indeed suggested greater than 54 times that speed. Those entrenched in M1 thinking believed there a glitch in the experiment’s infrastructure however M5 suggests there to be no mistakes made.
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