Underneath are the formulas of a sphere for the latitude & longitude, which can be used for a proton as example.
It’s u & v coordinates change based on your point of view, like the z distance as example,
which gives the proton as example it’s wave like properties. It should perhaps stay a secret to avoid bothering people, but if parralel universes would exist, than chances would be bigger that you weren’t even born, especially concerning sperm. Who knows how much Universes could exist though.
I suppose that the u and v can connect with eachoher at the center between two objects to form entanglement.
I suppose that quantum entanglment happens when the waves of particles cancel eachother out by their anti waves (3-dimensional “destructive interference”), because then the phase velocity is ∞, which means that they can influence eachother immediatlely, because the wavenumber is 0, while the angular velocity is conserved when the waves are LONGITUDINAL (not transversal), due to a conservation of momentum. We use homogenous objects, while one bend is opposite compared to the other. So, for example light with a clockwise polarization will be enetangled with light of the same frequency with a counterclockwise polarization.
Quantum computer some thoughts:
We entangle a rhombohedron (which behaves like an anti wave) with an other rhombodheron. We simply place them next to eachother, while they are turned 180 degrees to eachother. We can intrepid the 2 bend rhombohedrons, which are bend opposite to eachother as eachothers’s anti wave.
The rhombohedrons must be homogenous (including density), and equably. The wave density from the U and V coordinates resemble the density of the rhombohedrons.
They also must be the same size, because the amplitude of the wave must be equal, so only equably doesn’t suffice.
Our brains would then inteprid a more practical version of our reality by photons.
We can perhaps make a rhombohedron grid for a quantum computer by perhaps making a supermagnetic underfloor (maybe neodymium).
The high sensitivity for the disturbance of quantum states can perhaps be regulated by isolating it for other magnetism. We would maybe have to cool it too for the same reason.
We could also create a protonic-bisolid (ionized hydrogen at the first zero-phase) for macroscopic quantum effects, because a large fraction of protons occupy the ground state with a spin of ½, which repeats itself for a rotation of 4π radians, so we could then create two different shapes for every 2π radians, while we could put it inside an object that is mainly made of glass like the picture on the left, although I think that it’s better without being spherical, and it should be toughened glass to withstand the pressure of the gas, which we use to cool it down. We could perhaps attach the protonic-bisolid to the bottom of the object inside. IT LOSES IT’S MAGIC ONCE YOU GET USED TO IT, but it is perhaps once in a while a funny gimmick for a cheap price, although I assume that it isn’t suited for most people.
We could for show make a circle around the protonic-bisolid, which consists of white shining spot lamps, while the lamps are inside the toughened glass. I HOWEVER CONCLUDE THAT IT ISN’T SUITED AS A TOY AT ALL, IN THE END.
I assume that we can actually split the two zones of 2π radians too.
I thought that we could use this principel of the ½ spin for a quantum computer by using binary (ones & zeros), and I’m not informed how a computer exactly works, SO I HAVE NO INSIGHT ON THIS. 4 squared creates 16 different combinations of the rhombohedrons. 4 horizontal combinatons times 4 vertical combiantions (seen from above and without the protonic bysolid). I’m sorry guys, there’s probably no other way for quantum entanglement (I know that this is sort of freaky). I sort of doubt that all this combinations are useful. There is another problem on itself about this too. We probably can’t turn the protonic bysolid back into our zone, when it falls on the other side as example and it probably wouldn’t even travel along with the spaceship. Let’s hope that 16 combinations will do. I DON’T KNOW HOW A COMPUTER MECHANICALLY WORKS, SO I HAVE NO INSIGHT IF THIS WILL DO.
The light particles (in the asymmetric parity) could also have a spin of ½ . I however don’t know the condition about the particles besides the light, and I guess that the others don’t have a spin of ½. I also wonder if they make different kind of formations over there.
I understand that some people worry, due to the Heisenberg theory, but I assume that it will carry out.
The theory states that we can’t narrow the position down when we know the velocity. It also states that we can’t trap a particle in one position, while it is stationary (I have heard this of course), but we can actually narrow the position down precisely (without velocity though), and this would probably already have caused a chain reaction of the spin ½, if that could happen.