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Are dark fringe locations devoid of energy of superposed fields?
Author(s): Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri; Catherine V. Seaver
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Paper Abstract

This paper speculates on the origin of dark energy & and dark matter as the potential energy of the cosmic medium as different forms of stresses in equilibrium. We are hypothesizing that EM waves and all particles are some form of undulations of different kinds of fields when the various stressed states of the cosmic medium are displaced from their equilibrium states. We have come to such conclusions as we have attempted to impose causality on the superposition effects we observe when EM beams or particles beams are superposed on detectors. We assume that detectors must experience all the incident beams on them simultaneously to be able to report the superposition effects; the fields themselves do not produce the energy re-distribution that we register as fringes. For light waves, this assumption is almost obvious because light or laser beams pass through each other without modifying each other. Yet, unlike bulk-matter waves, like those on water, we cannot "see" the fringes of light waves unless we insert detecting molecules within the volume of superposition. So, what undulates and how are the fringes are formed? We postulate that right kind of detectors with the right QM rules must do the summing of the influences brought on them by all the superposed fields simultaneously. We call this approach Reality Ontology (RO). We illustrate the concept with optical interference and diffraction experiments. Then we extend the "RO" concept to particle "interference" by hypothesizing that the relevant phases of the particles are due to some physical internal periodic undulations rather than de Broglie's "Pilot Waves".

Paper Details

Date Published: 14 August 2006
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 6285, The Nature of Light: Light in Nature, 628501 (14 August 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.684613
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Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri, Univ. of Connecticut (United States)
Catherine V. Seaver, Manchester Community College (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6285:
The Nature of Light: Light in Nature
Katherine Creath, Editor(s)

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