Electron and Information.

socratus
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Electron and Information.
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Information is transferred through EM waves.
There isn't EM wave without electron. (H. Lorentz)
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''Information is the new atom or electron,
the fundamental building block of the universe ...
We now see the world as entirely made of information:
it's bits all the way down.''
* / Bryan Appleyard /
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''It is important to realize that in physics today,
we have no knowledge of what energy is.
We do not have a picture that energy comes
in little blobs of a definite amount. It is not that way.''
/ Richard Feynman about an electron /
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Electron is a quantum of information.
Electron is a keeper of information.
Why?
An electron has six ( 6 ) formulas:
E=h*f and e^2=ah*c ,
+E=Mc^2 and -E=Mc^2 ,
E=-me^4/2h^2= -13,6eV and E= ∞ . . . .
and obeys five (5) Laws :
a) The Law of conservation and transformation energy/ mass
b) The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle / Law
c) The Pauli Exclusion Principle/ Law
d) Dirac - Fermi statistic
e) Maxwell / Lorentz EM law
It means in different actions electron must know six different formulas
and must observe five laws. To behave in such different
conditions a single electron itself must be a keeper of information.
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Michael Brooks:
'‘ The laws of physics dictate that information, like energy,
cannot be destroyed, which means it must go somewhere.'’
/ Book ‘ The big questions’. Page 195-196. /
It means an electron (as a little blobs of a definite amount of energy)
even in different situations never loses its information.
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Please, leave comment:
a) it is nonsense
b) it is doubtful
c) perhaps it is possible
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socratus
#2
INFORMATION, PHYSICS, QUANTUM:
THE SEARCH FOR LINKS

John Archibald Wheeler

http://cqi.inf.usi.ch/qic/wheeler.pdf
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It from Bit symbolizes the idea that every item of the physical world
has at bottom — at a very deep bottom, in most instances —
an immaterial source and explanation; that what we call reality arises
in the last analysis from the posing of yes-no questions and the
registering of equipment-evoked responses;
in short, that all things physical are information-theoretic in origin
and this is a participatory universe.

/ John Archibald Wheeler /

https://www.brainpickings.org/2016/0...m-bit-wheeler/
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socratus
#3
Notes on The Energy Equivalence of Information
By, Chérif F. Matta and Lou Massa
November 2, 2017

Maxwell’s demon makes observations and thereby collects information.
https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.jpca.7b09528
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socratus
#4
Erwin Schrödinger - "Do Electrons Think?" (BBC 1949)
45,002 views
QuantenPhysik
Published on Apr 10, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCwR1ztUXtU
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Yo0
#5
Universe is creator from The Devil like Jews believe or with Allah Ackbar like Muslims believe or with Zeus like Greeks believe 1 of thus idendity.

Perhaps evil caractor The Devil creator universe because he is that person just can.

Hits for the thread.

Scooter - State Of Mind

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CunDczlBJt8
 
Blackleaf
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Scooter - "Back In The UK"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWDhvIb7BQs
 
Yo0
#7
Allah created universe ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cx8TkcqlQRA
 
Hoid
#8
re "There isn't EM wave without electron."

The term "em wave" is problematic here.

What actually propagates is an EH field - and as it propagates through a vacuum there is no need for an electron.
 
socratus
#9
- "Do Electrons Think?" (BBC 1949)
/ Erwin Schrödinger /
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCwR1ztUXtU
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Erwin Schrödinger asked: - "Do Electrons Think?"
In my opinion, if an electron can keep
different information it means an electron has memory.
If an electron has memory then one single and free electron
has ability to use his memory for thinking.
(but scientists have ability to manipulate with electron's free will.)
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Curious Cdn
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Is a photon and an electron the same phenomenon viewed from a different perspective?
 
socratus
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Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Is a photon and an electron the same phenomenon viewed from a different perspective?

Photon can behave like an electron only on an other level.

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socratus
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The Solvay Conference,
probably the most intelligent picture ever taken, 1927
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The most famous conference was the October 1927
Fifth Solvay International Conference on Electrons and Photons,
where the world’s most notable physicists met to discuss
the newly formulated quantum theory.

https://rarehistoricalphotos.com/sol...er-taken-1927/
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What are Electrons and Photons?
This question is still waiting an answer.
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ricky67
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there are many things that we do not know
 
socratus
#14
What are Electrons and Photons?
We still don't have a clear answer to this question but today
it is hard to find debates about this issue.
All debates are around new inventions (string-particles,
multi-universes,dark matter, dark energy, black hole,
super-symmetries . . . etc) and the old ''simple''
electron / photon puzzles remain encoded.
If we don't know 1+1=2, how is possible to solve
more complex problem?
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socratus
#15
'Arrow of time’ reversed in quantum experiment
But the second law of thermodynamics still holds true
BY EMILY CONOVER
NOVEMBER 27, 2017

'' ... heat can spontaneously flow from a cold quantum particle to
a hotter one under certain conditions:. . .''

The existence of an arrow follows from the second
law of thermodynamics. The law states that entropy,
or disorder, tends to increase over time.

Reversing the arrow of time was possible for the quantum particles
because they were correlated — their properties were linked in a way
that isn’t possible for larger objects, a relationship akin to quantum
entanglement but not as strong. This correlation means that the particles
share some information.

https://www.sciencenews.org/article/...eriment?tgt=nr

Entropy Phenomena
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Between 1850 - 1865 Rudolf Clausius published a paper
in which he called " The energy conservation law" as
" The first law of thermodynamics". But in our nature the
heat always flows from the higher temperature to the
lower one and never back. In our everyday life we don't see
the heat itself rises from cold to hot. So, it seemed that
in thermodynamics " The energy conservation law"
wasn’t kept, this law was broken. But Clausius had another
opinion. He thought:
I know people believe that this process is
irreversible, but I am sure that " The energy conservation law"
is universal law and it must be correct also for thermodynamic
process. So, how can I save this law ?
Probably, in the thermodynamic process there is something
that we don't know. Maybe, there is some degradation
of the total energy in the system which never disappears .
Perhaps, there is some non-useful heat, some unseen process ,
some unknown dark energy , some another form of potential
energy/heat itself which can transform heat from the cold
body to the warm one. I will call this conception as " entropy"
and it will mean that changes of entropy (dS) can be calculated
for reversible process and may be defined as the ratio of the
quantity of energy taken up (dQ) to the thermodynamic
temperature (T), i.e. dS= dQ /T.
And because I don't know how this process goes I won't call
it as a law, but as " The second principle of thermodynamics "
which says that " the entropy of an isolated system always
increases ". Another version: " No process is possible
in which the only result is the transfer of heat from a hotter
to a colder body. It is possible some reversible process which
is unknown now ."
Later, Ludwig Boltzmann described ''entropy'' by a formula: S= k log W.
And, finally, Max Planck described ''entropy'' as: h*f = kT logW .
Conclusion:
a) ''entropy'' saves us from ''cold death'' by creating hot systems (stars, planets ).
b) entropy phenomena can allow 'Arrow of time’
c) entropy phenomena allow particles to share some information.
So,
Entropy is responsible for heat, time, information and it is a pity, that until today
we cannot understand so called '' phenomena of entropy''',
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Best wishes
Israel sadovnik socratus
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