Newsgroups: sci.physics.relativity, sci.physics
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2012 00:31:40 -0800 (PST)
Local: Sun, Feb 19 2012 3:31 am
Subject: Re: What is the largest amplitude for Planck's smallest wavelength?
On Feb 18, 12:22 pm, oriel36 <kelleher.ger...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Feb 18, 8:52 am, "gu...@hotmail.com" <gu...@hotmail.com> wrote:Isn't the Planck unit a bottom unit?
> > On Feb 16, 6:27 am, oriel36 <kelleher.ger...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > E=hc/ smallest_wavelength
> > > > 1. Can a thousand photons in amplitude exist in a wavelength that
> > > > 2. If not, then can the smallest wavelength be considered a binary
> > > > 3. Anything in the Quantum Field Theory on this?
> > > This was dealt with a decade ago although the arguments would have
> > > The preponderance in the early 20th century to set limits to
> > The above math is wrong because it uses fractions of Planck units
> It is fine and it works.A diameter multiplied by Pi creates a
> otherwise the choice is to conclude that the Pi value isPi = circumference/diameter = fixed ratio
What is meant by a periodic value?
>Start off with a Planck length as a diameter and you shouldI explained bad:
> draw the only possible conclusion that such an entity has as much
> relevance as determining a meter is the smallest length possible.
> > Since:
> > All succeeding Wavelengths, Phi, circumference, Fibonacci numbers,
> Both Pi and Phi reflect quasi-periodic decimals in that the sequence
Phi and Fibonacci numbers in computation demonstrate that succeeding
> of numbers are neither ordered nor disordered but finely balanced
> between the two.There is an incredible amount of information contained
> in quasi-periodicity and not least when there is a hideous perspective
> floating out there in terms of the 'no center/no circumference'
> ideologies of 'black hole and big bang'.In short,this really does
> > Therefore:
> > It still seems the smallest Planck Wavelength can also have only one
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