This page, SPIN, began early on February 9, 2022 and it is in process.
The Fourier Transform
I have been searching around this morning for references between the spin within particle physics and the spin within the Fourier Transform. There is a fair amount of work to review. And, it is within the work of scholars within those efforts, I will try to find somebody to help us better understand the Fourier transform so we might better understand why particle physics has not more fully embraced the very nature of pi.
The First Particle as a Sphere: A most-basic building block of our universe. The first particle is anything but simple. It is the encapsulation of many facets of the infinite and the bridge between the finite-and-infinite. It is projected to be a shell for hypothetical particles as well as all known particles. Within the first 64 base-2 notations, the configurations within that shell are virtually infinite. Might we project that Langland programs, strings and M-theory, and SUSY can all be worked into the dynamics of that progression of 64 base-2 notations?
At least 64 orders of magnitude smaller than core–shell particles (using base-2 notation from the Planck scale), our shell particle is defined by the four Planck base units, pi (π), continuity-symmetry-harmony (qua facets of infinity), and the other dimensionless constants defining those Planck base units. The spin states with particle physics originate within the spherical dynamics of pi, particularly the known spin orientations of the Fourier Transform.
References & Resources ________Prior / Next
- Core–shell particles, Richard Hayes, Adham Ahmed, Tony Edge, Haifei Zhang, Journal of Chromatography A, Volume 1357, 29 August 2014, Pages 36-52 Also see: High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).
- A Physical Explanation for Particle Spin, Dirk J. Pons, Arion D. Pons, Aiden J. Pons, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
- Prof. Dr. Dirk Pons, ChristChurch, New Zealand
- Richard Hayes, Adham Ahmed, Tony Edge, Haifei Zhang
- Ulrike Luise Tillmann, Oxford and Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge
- Adrienne L. Erickcek, UNC, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
- Prof. Dr. Barends Mons, CODATA, Leiden, Netherlands
Key dates for this document, spin.
- This edition will be posted as a homepage for the public in March 2022.
- This edition will posted for collaborations… give it a few days.
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- First headline:
- First tagline: All cyclicity and periodicity is about spin; and, the spin starts here…
- The most recent update of this page: Wednesday, 9 February 2022