kenneth Collins wrote:
> my view is that there's no randomness because physical reality is
> continuous, excat and deterministic. energy is an extreme-fluid that just
> flows. what have been referred to as 'atoms' are just energy 'trapped',
> during some creation violence, into spherical harmonic interaction with
> surrounding energy be-cause there's more energy in-there than can escape
> through the surface area before the escaping area causes the surrounding
> energy to 'solidify', with a resulting 'rebound' which initiates the next
> 'compression' phase of the 'atom'.
>> to 'cut to the chase', i know of no experimental results that cannot be
> explained in accord with this continuous, deterministic stuff.
>> radioactive decay, for instance, occurs because the surrounding energy does
> work in sustaining the existenses of the energy harmonics (spherical
> standing waves; SSWs), and because of this, there's a net flow of energy
> toward disorder which is experienced as a decrease in 'pressure', which is
> evidenced in 'atomic decay'.
>> when an 'atom' disintegrates, it releases energy back to the surrounding
> extreme-fluid, bolstering it's 'pressure', so that other 'atoms' don't
> 'decay' simultaneously.
>> it has the appearance of being 'random' because the extreme-fluid's
> 'pressure' variations aren't taken into account, only disintegration events.
>> but such 'pressure' variations are readily observable in the 'cosmological
> red-shift'... instead of red-shift 'meaning' "moving-faster", it means
> reduced energy-'pressure'.
but it's most-likely, some of both, not just one or the other.