Electrons never die. Their life time draw on dimensions  we seem to be denied. Can electrons behave as if they had consciousness and memory?

louis de broglieConsciousness implies memory. “Drinking from the pure source of Mnemosyne, he/she who wants to flee from the waters of Lethe, becomes immortal, no longer son of the Earth only, but of the starry Uranus“, so sang Orpheus. What we are going to read in the following article will affect the opinion we had about photon-like particles, and their possibility to have a memory. Of course human kind are not particles, but our bulky fleshy body is not forever. And that’s an alchemist field.

Let’s try to give a hint at the eternal question asked by alchemists: could the immortality, or longevity, of a part of us be possible? Could our psyche survive our body? Also note that the alchemists first matter, Mercurius, may dwell in the electronic clouds. And perhaps even our consciousness has to do with these particles.

“What paradox is life. It existed before everything through our psyche, our soul. Then suddenly nothing. Everything seems to go back to the never existed. Before, the universe existed through our consciousness and vision, then nothing. Our individuality absorbed into the whole. The small self absorbed in the great me. I thing: what would you be great, if I was not there? Why have I been given way to exist to then disappear?” These are words taken from Jean Charon’s “Le Tout, L’Esprit et la Matière,” the Whole, the Spirit and the Matter, Paris 1987, to whom we will ask to explain us the  psi wave , which is the famous phase wave of which is equipped every particle of matter from Louis de Broglie’s theory of Light formulation in 1924. Since, at the time his book was published, Jean Charon was director of the Center for Research on the Complex Relativity, C.E.R.C.L.E. , as well as of the Group of Study of the imaginary in Science by the Centre National de la Rechèrche Scientifique in Paris, he is the right person to crown de Broglie’s equation in the complex relativity.

The studies on the corpuscular and waving property of particles started in the beginning of the XX century. The notion of particle-like photons comes from quantum theory (and from Einstein directly, who first introduced them in 1905 as “light quanta”). In 1909 Einstein showed that certain phenomena could only be successfully explained if we used both wave and particle view. The need for both was sometimes called “wave-particle duality. In 1921 Einstein won the Nobel because he had shown that the light was formed also by particles called photons.

Louis de Broglie, already from his thesis, came to the attention of the scientific world for his innovative theories on wave-particle duality. In 1923 he mathematically demonstrated the fusion of particles to spin, and called it “psi wave “. So, according to the Broglie, the light looks like this: as the fusion of two particles of half-integer spin. Maybe someday may arise particles of spin greater than two. Broglie elaborated the theory of neutrino particles formed by 4 and higher always multiples of 2. His theory was immediately approved by Einstein. De Broglie in 1924 elaborates on this idea that the universe was composed of objects at the same time wave and particle. He could extend this concept to the whole matter. The wave aspect was not thought of as an aspect that belonged to the structure of the particle, but as data an observer could get, in an determined instant, on the position in space ( said space of the real ) and the speed. It revealed to be a not ordinary wave, without physical reality. But it propagates with infinite speed around the particle. It is a wave associated with the particle, called psi. In 1927 Davidson and Germer demonstrated experimentally that the matter, in addition to the corpuscular characteristics, also has the characteristics of a wave (diffraction of electrons). In 1929 de Broglie, for having discovered the electron waving nature, won the Nobel prize.

Light is matter and spirit: matter because it is a particle, the photon, spirit because it has a wave. The matter is extremely localized in space. On the contrary, the spirit is largely extended in space and has the characteristics of a wave. Everything in the universe, whether of matter or light can be represented both as a particle and as a wave extremely localized and very extensive; This wave associated with a particle does not have any real physical property but propagates with infinite speed around the particle, then it is not something that belongs to the structure of the particle itself. It’s not something that we can inform the spatial position or velocity of the particle itself. It is not an ordinary wave. A wave that has a physical reality can not ever exceed the speed of light, while this wave propagates at infinite speed. It ‘s called “psi wave .” And ‘accepted as a wave without objective reality, without being the bearer of any energy and is purely subjective.

Continuing to decompose the particles will get to particles which can be defined punctiform or points in space. But it is unclear how a mathematical point can be equipped with mass, electric charge and spin (rotate around itself). It can be better to assume that these points can be defined as a trace of something that it is not extended in space, but in another space called imaginary.

Consequently, the memory may be a sigma field obtained by fusion of neutrinos. Since the psi wave is the look of the particle in the real, we will have to pair the look of the psi wave to the sigma field of imaginary. The sigma field is more complicated than the psi wave. This is composed of a single neutrino, while the sigma field is composed of two neutrinos around each other at a well defined frequency, that of the photon.

Anyway there is a problem: where are these point-particles? The photon is not seen in the circular space to move up to the point where it transmits a pulse energy. Is it perhaps a long distance transmission by transmitting the pulse energy from the photon directly from the issuer to recipients without any intermediary between the two? Also what can we say about the gravitational interactions of which there is no known any true mechanism?

It was not until the super-gravitation of Abdus Salam and the superstrings of John Schwarz, for the appearance of an unification of physical interactions, or rather, an adaptation of the number of extra dimensions beyond the ordinary four to the number of parameters that we try to represent.

Problem is that if the extra dimensions establish a formalism that unifies the weak interactions in the electromagnetic, however they are truly invisible. Perhaps we are made so as not to see them. But there is no evidence they have any physical reality, since the crowd of point particles present with a spin which is not zero. in principle they occupy at each instant a volume – point of the space and a moment of time. This requires that among the additional dimensions there is a time τ different from the ordinary time t and then a time different from the real observable. Salam and Schwarz’s new dimensions do not refer to time, but only to the space, while, as said Einstein, must be introduced a new time.

To answer these questions we need the theory of complex relativity, which comes in the wake of Einstein’s relativity, which implied  the existence in  universe of a total space-time that included only the ordinary real.

jean charonNow it’s time to let Jean Charon to simplify for us a complex explication. The following is the translation of my summary from “Le Tout, L’Esprit et la Matière”. When saying “Spirit”, Charon means consciousness and memory:

” The imaginary is a space-time consisting of (in each point of the real ) four additional dimensions whose basis vectors are those of the real multiplied by j = √ -1. The imaginary is made of “spheres ” enclosed on themselves and characterized by three quantities ( and only three ) : a proper density of its matter, a black irradiation at temperature θ and an angular momentum of rotation ( neutrino ). The diagram below provides a representation of the particle of matter, as proposed by the complex relativity theory.

We have separated with a vertical line the real ( formed by the four traditional dimensions ) and the imaginary (in addition to the four traditional dimensions ). A particle of matter extends, then , simultaneously, both in the real and imaginary.

Particle real imaginary

On the imaginary part, the particle extends according to a small sphere radially pulsing, which contains a neutrino that possesses a movement of spin in the imaginary space ( Preon ), and may also contain a homogeneous and isotropic density of matter and black irradiation at temperature θ ( eon ). The movement of the neutrino’s spin , as well as its movement of pulsation, is quantified in terms of a semi-full.

In its real part the particle is point-like ( “track” of the real in the imaginary sphere ) and has a phase psi wave which propagates in real at infinite speed in relation to the particle, the latter concentrates, as boundary conditions, the ” forms ” of reality in each moment.

All the action, as well as the impulse – energy, is contained in the imaginary, and all the “forms” are contained in the real.

The electromagnetic interactions have as ” bearer ” a “virtual” photon and a linear momentum ; weak interactions have as ” bearer ” a “virtual” boson with angular momentum. Photon and boson are formed by two neutrinos.

That’s the whole universe moving in one piece, as a body, in a perfect symbiosis between body and soul. It lives. The vision we have of the world depends on the number and type of our senses, and, if we can say that the meaning is made up of symbols depending on the observer, so of its culture and experience. With this in mind then we can understand how many numbers of symbols are available in a particle. Where, then, will the particle tend to accommodate its symbols (ie the sigma field of his memory )? Where are the symbols allowing the particle to be a representation of the reality?

The simple logic leads us to think that there is reason to consider two different “spaces” (in the sense of physics ), a space in which forms of reality are established and a space in which are located the ” discontinuous ” symbols that serve to describe the forms of reality. We will call this space “imaginary” . That’s why to represent fully the universe, you will need a general framework in which to allow two different spaces, the real and the imaginary.

The matter’s model that has brought us the ” grand unification ” of the complex relativity showed us that each particle of matter was a part of itself in the imaginary part in which it kept the symbols of its memory ( sigma field ). This criterion basically distinguishes an artificial memory, such as the computer, from a memory particle: for there is nothing hidden in the memory of a computer. A third essential partner in the particle memory is consciousness, in fact the living memory not only knows, but knows that it knows. While a computer’s memory does not know to know.

An elementary particle of matter has a behavior. That’s to say that when before a given situation in the outside world, it considers this situation for a while and, at the very instant it will decide an action. We emphasize that this is of great importance: we are made of particles, that is our actions, faced with a given situation of the outside world, are the result of billions of particles, at any time, to decide an act. But let’s see how the particle behaves when alone.


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