What I mean is, why do scientists believe that a wave is emitted from an object? Why can't it be the contracting and expanding of the string seen in waves as the relative of two objects influencing eachother. And the only time you can see the waves is when there is a change in the string.
Because waves* can be detected leaving objects and these strings, as described, have not. What are these strings made of? If they connect every object to every object and carry information, there should be plenty to detect.
* Cautionary note, wave-particle duality! The term wave implies a medium that is waving. A photon emitted from, say an atom, does not require a medium to propagate.
Am I mistaken or is this not what String theory is saying? Every fundamental particle is the result of vibrations in a string in whatever many dimensions.
And no, you don't need a medium for wave propagation. That would bring us back to ideas on Aether. Photons for instance can indeed travel in empty space(if such a beast really existed).
Yea, internal strings though.. he's speaking about interconnected strings. Different concept.
You need some type of medium for a wave otherwise what is the wave 'made of'?
Light is a wave in electric potential and magnetic potential.
Light is the medium.
And photons are particles which don't need a medium to propagate.(depending on the way you look at them)
It's not necessarily a different concept. What if the strings of superstring theory themselves are all interconnected? Why couldn't they be?
QM postulates that the observer becomes part of the observed, supposedly as part of a bigger metasystem. So I believe that at the very least the visible part of the universe can be seen as one big system.
Photons and other particles are also wave functions where the wave describes the probability of finding them somewhere.
The quantum pendulum theory seems to have this analog trait to it, rather than binaric.
Is this pendulum effect in the level of information or data? Perhaps there is reciprocity of the quantum and classical contexts by the quantum stating the data and the classical stating the information. The pendulum seems to be on the level of context, IMO. (based on scanning googled results).
And then the connectedness of everything to everything else that I posited seems to be a more intrinsic level. I am a bit confused here.
In that sense we always existed, just in a different configuration, and we always will exist.
Our particles are eternal and existed at the time of the big bang.
Anyone who took highschool physics knows that waves are similar to pendulum motion. Both have the same formulae (also circular motion).
You can visualize waves as a pendulum motion. This is always viable.