Topic034: A Review of the Fundamental Forces, Bill Tifft, and Tony Pitucco, 9/08/17

The fundamental forces were derived and discussed in Topic022, and originally in “Redshift Key to Cosmology” (Tifft, 2014), using the fine structure constant, Alpha, which measures the relative strength of forces with respect the Eo times do reference force at the Planck scale. The basic energy unit is the minimal 3-d temporal doubling 1 2 4 triad. Progressive basic doubling intervals generate successive classes of particles and their forces. This Topic034 discussion looks at the overall pattern of the force structure to examine a predictable higher level force and observable implications. Readers should review Topic022 to avoid duplication introducing this Topic.

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Topic028: Hubble Deep Field Redshift Discordance, Bill Tifft, 10/17/16

In this topic I will describe tests which QTC predicts (and passes), that the three major redshift peaks (z = 0.475, 0.516, and 0.559) in the HDF sample, discussed in Topic027, constitute a single aggregate of galaxies just as do the redshift-magnitude bands in the Coma cluster. Correlation tests between the evolutionary sequencing of the peaks are discussed. Highly discordant redshift pairing and grouping is apparent, the peaks are mixed together!

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Topic018: T=7 Properties, Asymmetry’s Role, and Metallicity Relationships, Bill Tifft 4/28/16

This topic will continue discussing T state forms and processes. To use this space, give you something to contemplate, and officially put it on record, I will say what Quantum Temporal Cosmology proposes to be the relationship, and why, both 3-d space and time must exist together in some form. T states represent up to nine possible basic quantum wave functional forms of radial timelines, in three dimensional time, originating at the Planck origin point defining time and its reciprocal form energy. As the structure evolves (actually so it can evolve in quantum steps) some form of spatial structure, currently in the evolved form of galaxies, must form at the compressed nodes of the wave function. Now conventional spatial forces and matter, or something equivalent, can `age’ and `continuously’ advance in time (as it does now). This provides actual `aging decay’ preparing the temporal wave function so the temporal form can actually advance into its next periodic cycle in quantum steps (which we see as quantum steps in the massless photon as redshifts). QTC proposes (and can actually show) that, currently, continuous aging of matter in space does provide a `mechanism’ (a wave form distortion) to induce quantum decay in time. It accomplishes this via exchange between Fermi and Bose statistics, induced by the nodal compression of time (where we find the matter as galaxies). The process also involves (requires) special relativity and generates the uncertainty relationships. Think about it as QTC develops.

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Topic009: Redshift Variability, Quantum Evolution, Bill Tifft: 7/10/15

In any expanding evolving cosmology, in continuous or quantum physics, the redshift must change with time. Classically it is very unlikely such change on the human time scale would be detectable. However, redshift variability became obvious as soon as new redshifts obtained between 1984-86 were compared with older surveys done between the 1960s and early 1980s. Redshift changes, much larger than any uncertainties, primarily shifts toward lower values, are present and become increasingly greater the older the past observations are for many galaxies. The redshift can apparently shift in quantum steps in just a few years as it cascades between longer more stable periods. This topic describes the discovery and initial study of the effect.

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