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UQS Addendum to Nick Vamivakas and Levi Neukirch 13/07 University of Rochester Laser ExperimentRef: Nano Diamond Levitation University Rochester
Hello Nick Vamivakas and Levi Neukirch....
Congratulations on your achievement!!
Your approach suggest a means to resolve fundamental quantum geometry issues... and associated field mechanics.
If one can speculate that heat is generated only by the interaction of radiation channel entities (photons) with inertia channel (mass) entities... how is the pressure of 2 colliding in-line photons distributed if no inertia entity is present at collision apex?
If one were to place a transparent vacuum tube configured with 2 opposing in-line synched unity lasers of a specified wavelength... inside a box (WRONG!!... should read sphere) whose interior panels are photo sensor arrays (LCDs?) ... would the theorized ... but as yet unverified... geometry of the Einstein/Higgs Q-Lattice dictate the distribution of the collision pressure of the 2 photons in a repeatable pattern... that can be detected by the LCD arrays?
... if two mutually perpendicular pairs of opposing in-line lasers were configured?
... if three mutually perpendicular pairs of opposing in-line lasers were configured?
I am a theoretician... attempting to logically verify the geometry of the Einstein/Higgs Lattice... and I have a very imprecise knowledge of the limitations of current optical lab equipment... i.e. due to it's ability to accumulate ("burn in") the effect of photon exposure over time... a photo sensitive film might be more appropriate than LCD arrays which may or may not be able to detect a single photon in a quantum time interval.
Links to any insights into the geometry dictates acting on two or more colliding photons... which you... or team members... might have derived as a consequence of your work... would be most helpful.
In any case, a confirmation of having received this e-mail would be appreciated.
Thanks for documenting and publishing your experiment.
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