Hamid Sadeghipour 11.03.2014 I would like to write why I write and why I don’t write. Please, look at the comment I wrote on the article of Scientific American under title of:
Are Parallel Universes Unscientific Nonsense? Some exerts or chosen parts: Many physicists have explored various types of parallel universes in recent books, including Sean Carroll, David Deutsch, Brian Greene, Michio Kaku, Martin Rees, Leonard Susskind and Alexander Vilenkin. Interestingly, not a single one of these books (my own included) makes any outright claims that parallel universes exist.
hamidsadeghipour 10:21 am 02/5/2014
Let’s have a look to Schroedinger equation. It has a solution with “e” to power of -ixyzt for example. i as a complex number is another dimension. for a+ib and a-ib we can have a coordinates as a point on a surface. The space is continious. The universes are side by side as points. But atoms are not continious. There are big distances between atoms and electrons like the Sun and planets. How far is the next univers? There should be like plank constant some standard distance. Is it next block? In reality are we living the multiunivers already? Like a farm of wheat or an apple garden. Or the article: Big Bang Secrets Swirling in a Fluid Universe Some exerts or chosen parts: A new model that treats the matter in the universe as a fluid could enable researchers to retrace the flow of the cosmos back to the Big Bang.
The viscosity calculation could help cosmologists sleuth out the details of the Big Bang, and possibly someday identify its trigger, by enabling them to track the fluid like flow of the cosmos back 13.8 billion years to its initial state.
For example, so far, cosmologists have only developed an effective field theory model of the evolution of dark matter, an invisible substance that makes up roughly six-sevenths of the matter in the universe. Visible matter is slightly more complicated, and researchers say its behavior on short distance scales might be more difficult to represent as bulk properties of a fluid. “That is the next challenge,” said Zaldarriaga, who co-authored a November 2013 paper on the effective field theory approach. “We are doing one thing at a time.”
To a first approximation, the matter distribution at each distance scale (from large to small) can be treated as if it evolves independently. However, just as small ripples in the surface of water can affect the evolution of bigger waves, smaller clumps of matter in the universe (such as galaxy clusters) gravitationally influence the larger clumps that encompass them (such as superclusters). Accounting for this interplay in models of cosmic evolution is problematic because the gravitational effects at the shortest distance scales — at which the universe is not smooth like a fluid but rather condensed into isolated, particlelike objects — sabotage the calculation.
Effective field theory fixes the problem by accounting for the interplay between scales only down to a few times the distance between galaxies. “Everything smaller than that length scale, we treat as complicated and hard to understand, and whatever goes on at those small scales can be bundled up into one big effect,” Carroll explained. The average gravitational effect of matter on small scales is represented as a fluid’s viscosity; hence, the connection between the cosmos and chocolate syrup. I would like to say: Let’s have a look to Schroedinger equation. It has a solution with “e” to power of -ixyzt for example. i as a complex number is another dimension. for a+ib and a-ib we can have a coordinates as a point on a surface. The space is continious. But, for 1/(ixyzt) if ixyzt very large; “e” to power of –ixyzt is very small and goes toward 1 or a unit for 0 <ixyzt< 1 ; “e” to power of –ixyzt is very large. This is the nature of the waves.
I mention this as a point of view. I can stay silent, but, it is an opinion. For the earthquake causes I think I said what I knew and future is the practice of our knowledge and discovery of new technics. For recent Tabriz earthquakes we know the effect of water on soil washing, or lubrication of two layers by water to slide. Another maybe the cold that dissipate the earth heat and we have sinking. Like my article on Bologna in Italy we have to reinforce the land by wells filled by concrete. This is the sliding and sinking toward the center of Sahand mountain feet. I think to repeat myself might be burdensome. I become old and might make mistakes. If it is a private matter it might be regards myself but public problems are to be handled correctly. If you have a question or a proposal do not hesitate to write me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org