Derivation of the Existence of Two Kinds of Space and Time from the Law of Creation
1Tao Academy, 30 Wertheim Court, Unit 27D, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 1B9, Canada
2Hawaii Theoretical Physics Research Center, 16-266 E. Kipimana St, Keaau, HI 96749, USA
Received: December 13, 2018 Accepted: December 20, 2018 Published: January 21, 2019
Citation: Sha ZG, Xiu R. Derivation of the Existence of Two Kinds of Space and Time from the Law of Creation. Int J Cosmol Astron Astrophys. 2019; 1(1): 18-21. doi: 10.18689/ijcaa-1000107
Copyright: © 2019 The Author(s). This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
In his development of a metaphysical theory of quantum physics, David Bohm proposed the theory of implicate and explicate order. He suggested that what we take for reality is an explicate order which emerges from an implicate order. However, the derivation and mathematical formulation of such a theory remained unclear. In this work, we show that from the Law of Creation we can derive the existence of two kinds of space and time. One is the usual observable spacetime, described by spacetime coordinates. It corresponds to explicate order. The other is the space and time that is related to the measurement of non-movement and movement. We call this internal spacetime. Internal space and time form the two-dimensional world-sheet in string theory and they correspond to the implicate order. The Observable spacetime is the projection from Internal spacetime. We show the mathematical formula expressing the relationship between these two spacetimes. This work leads to a deeper understanding about spacetime and the discovery of a new property of observed spacetime. We find that each of the observable spacetime coordinates consists of an infinite number of vibrations and is a vibrational field. This vibrational field is made of two independent sets of vibrations, oscillating or spinning in opposite directions. The movement or change of each coordinate in observable spacetime can interact with gravity and gauge interactions and result in the creation of information, energy, and matter.
Keywords: Law of Creation; Observable Spacetime; Internal Spacetime; Implicate order; Explicate order; Relationship between Observable Spacetime and Internal Spacetime
Quantum physics is the most fundamental theory of physics. Quantum physics studies what everything is made of and how it behaves at the atomic and subatomic levels [1-4]. Although quantum physics has led to the most accurate predictions to date about the nature of matter and the universe, a metaphysical foundation of quantum physics has still not been fully established. To understand the intrinsic non-deterministic and subjective nature of quantum physics as well as the non-local phenomena such as quantum entanglement existing in quantum physics, David Bohm proposed the concepts of implicate and explicate orders . Bohm suggests that what we take for reality is “surface phenomena, explicate forms that have temporarily unfolded out of an underlying implicate order”. This means that the implicate order is the ground from which reality emerges.
To develop a mathematic formulation for explicate and implicate order, David Bohm and other physicists suggest that the implicate order is represented in the form of an appropriate algebra or pregeometry [6-10]. Spacetime is part of an explicate order that s connected to an implicate order that they call pre-space. The locality and non locality observed in quantum physics all arise from an order in pre-space. A. M. Frescura and Hiley suggested that an implicate order could be carried by an algebra, with the explicate order being contained in the various representations of this algebra.
In our previous work, we used the Law of Creation to derive string theory, M theory, and the wave function of our universe [11-17]. We show that this new progress in string theory can lead to derivation and prediction of the expanding universe, dark matter, dark energy, the large structure of the universe, the derivation of the observed physics laws about fundamental interactions, and the existence of the elementary particles. The Law of Creation states that everything is created from emptiness through yin yang interaction. Yin and yang are the two basic elements that make up everything. Yin and yang are opposite, relative, co-created, inseparable, and co-dependent.
In this paper, we propose that the Law of Creation indicates the existence of two types of spacetime, the internal spacetime and the observed spacetime. They correspond to the implicate order and explicate order. We derive the relationship between these two spacetimes. We find that it reveals some interesting properties about the observable spacetime. It indicates that each coordinate in observable spacetime is a vibrational field. It is made of infinite oscillators spinning in the Minkowski spacetime in two different directions. Each point in observable spacetime contains the information of the whole universe. The changes in the observable spacetime coordinates can interact with gravity and other gauge interactions and create information, energy, and matter.
In the following, we will first review the Law of Creation and our previous work about how the Law of Creation gives us a new deeper insight about space and time. We suggest that there exists a deeper internal space and time, which relates to our consciousness and measurement of nonmovement and movement. The interaction of the internal space and internal time contributes to the action that creates the information, energy, and matter of our universe. This internal spacetime forms the two-dimension world sheet in string theory. We propose that it corresponds to the implicate order that determines our observed physical world. The observable spacetime is a projection from this implicate order. We show mathematically that the internal spacetime is a hologram. The observed spacetime, or the physical world, is a projection from this hologram. It can be of higher dimensional spacetime.
Review of Law of Creation and Derivation of UWFIST
In our paper , we propose the Law of creation, which states that everything is created from the emptiness through the yin yang interaction. Yin and yang are two basic elements that make up everything. They are opposite, relative, co-created, inseparable, and co-dependent. For instance, change and unchanged are a yin yang pair.
In quantum physics, all phenomena are determined by measurement. Like everything else, measurement is made of yin yang elements. We suggest  at a deeper level, space is related to the consciousness and measurement of unchangeness or non-movement and time is related to the consciousness and measurement of changeness or movement. This space and time is a yin yang pair. Letʼs call it internal spacetime. All human measurement and consciousness are based on two yin yang pairs. One is the internal space and time yin yang pair. The other is the inclusion and exclusion yin yang pair. The interaction of these two yin yang pairs: space and time yin yang pair and exclusion and inclusion yin yang pair, creates our universe.
The simplest action created by the interaction of the space-time yin yang pair is:
Here we use the symbol σ to represent space and the symbol τ to represent time. We use Δσ and Δτ to represent the space and time duration to be measured. The symbol ∫ represents the summation over space and time from the beginning τ=0 and σ=0 till now τ=T and σ=L. Here T is the age of our universe and L is the horizon of our universe. And α is a constant. In our work , we show that:
Here tp is the Planck time. It is of the magnitude of 5.4×10-44 second. Here lp is the Planck length. It is of the magnitude of 1.6×10-35 meter.
The simplest action created by the space and time yin yang pair and the exclusion and inclusion yin yang pair is:
Here we use θσ and θτ to represent the fermion partner of space and time coordinates σ and τ. The θσ and θτ can only take on the value 0 or 1 because they are repulsive and refuse to stay at the same place with another element. The symbol ∫ represents the summation over space σand time τ and θτ and θσ.
One can easily see that the actions (1) and (2) are the actions for string theory and superstring theory or M theory . In this way, one derives string theory and M-theory or superstring theory from the Law of Creation.
To calculate what is inside our universe, we propose to calculate the wave function created by the action (2) by summing over the range of the horizon of our observation. In Quantum physics, everything is mathematically represented by wave function. As we suggested in our previous work , a wave function describes the information, energy, and matter contained in an object. One can calculate the wave function of our universe using Feynmanʼs path integral formulation of quantum physics . According to this method, the wave function created by the action A2 is in the form:
where C is a constant. The symbol ∑ is the summation over all possible paths and states. Equation (3) is the universal wave function formulation of string theory. We call this the universal wave function interpretation of string theory (UWFIST).
Notice in UWFIST, the derived string action is due to the interaction of the internal space-time. This internal space and time are related to the measurement of changing or unchanging. It forms the world sheet in string theory.
In our previous work, we show that the interaction of this space and time yin yang pair and the interaction of inclusive and exclusive yin yang pair create all the information, energy, and matter of our universe, including dark matter, dark energy, inflation, large structure of our universe, fundamental laws of physics such as gravity, electromagnetic, weak, and strong forces, and elementary particles [11-17].
Internal spacetime is represented by the world sheet space-time (σ,τ). In addition to the internal space and time, there is the observable space-time, normally related to and expressed by the space-time coordinate Xμ. In string theory, they are a projection from the internal spacetime and expressed as Xμ(σ,τ).Xμ(σ,τ) defines a projection from the internal spacetime. We can see that the world sheet spacetime (σ,τ) corresponds to the implicate world and the observable spacetime Xμ(σ,τ)belongs to the explicate order.
More accurately, the observable space-time Xμ(σ, τ) and fermions ψμ(σ, τ) relating to elementary particles are a projection from the world sheet (σ, τ, θτ, θσ). The two-dimensional super world-sheet (σ, τ, θτ, θσ) is projected to the observable spacetime and particles [Xμ(σ, τ), ψμ(σ, τ)]. The observable spacetime and particles [Xμ(σ, τ), ψμ(σ, τ)] correspond to explicate order. In terms of [Xμ(σ, τ), ψμ(σ, τ)] and integrating over θτ and θσ, the action A2 becomes :
Here gαβ is the metric tensor on the world-sheet and g = - det gab; Gμv and Bμv are metric tensors on the observed space. The gravity and gauge interactions can be represented by Gμv and Bμv.
The world-sheet has Weyl symmetry, the local rescaling invariance of the world-sheet metric. The action (4) is invariant under the local rescaling of the world-sheet metric:
g´αβ(τ, σ)=exp(2ω(τ, σ))gαβ(τ, σ)
X´μ(τ, σ)=Xμ(τ, σ)
Gʼμν(τ, σ) = Gμν(τ, σ)
Bʼμν(τ, σ) = Bμν(τ, σ)
ψμʼ(τ, σ) = ψμ(τ, σ)
for arbitrary ω(τ, σ).
The Weyl invariance of the world-sheet indicates that if we expand or contract or rotate internal spacetime, the implicate order, the action, and therefore all phenomena, will remain the same. In other words, the internal spacetime is a hologram. The observable space-time Xμ(τ,σ), elementary particles, gauge and gravity interactions, and everything such as dark matter and dark energy in the observable world are projections from this hologram.
Derivation of the Relationship between the Observable Spacetime and Internal Spacetime and its Implications
To find the relationship between the internal spacetime (τ,σ), the implicate order, and the observable spacetime Xμ(τ,σ),the explicate order, one can obtain the solution for the action (2) . Such a solution is in the form of:
Equation (5) is expressed in Euclidean spacetime. To express the relation in Minkowski spacetime (σ, σ0), we introduce σ0= i cτ (here i is the imaginary number). The relationship (5) becomes:
We can see in Minkowski spacetime, the observed spacetime is made of two independent sets of oscillators spinning in opposite directions in the internal spacetime.
From equation (6), we can see that each coordinate in observable spacetime is a vibrational field. It is made of infinite vibrations. The vibrational field associated with each coordinate is made of two sets of independent “spinors” and oscillators spinning in two different directions in internal spacetime. From equation (4), we can see that the changes in the observable spacetime coordinates can interact with gravity and other gauge interactions and change the wave function, and thus create information, energy, and matter.
In this work, from the Law of Creation we derive the existence of two different kinds of spacetime. One is internal spacetime related to the measurement of non-movement and movement. It corresponds to the implicate order. The other is the observable spacetime expressed by the usual spacetime coordinates. It corresponds to the explicate order. We show that observable spacetime is a projection from internal spacetime. We present the mathematical relationship between observable spacetime and internal spacetime, which is part of the relationship between explicate order and implicate order. From this relationship, we find that each observable spacetime location consists of an infinite number of vibrations and is a vibrational field. This vibrational field is made of two independent sets of vibrations, corresponding to two opposite oscillating or spinning directions. The movement or change of each coordinate in observable spacetime can interact with gravity and gauge interactions and result in the creation of information, energy, and matter.
This research confirms David Bohmʼs theory about implicate order and explicate order. It gives a way to derive implicate order and explicate order and their relationship from fundamental principles. This work gives a deeper understanding of spacetime and its properties. It yields some interesting results that deserve further exploration.
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