Profesor Michio Kaku Receives
Nobel Prize for Work In String Theory
This link is to Nobel Prize Winner Professor Michio Kaku and
his excellent book on Hyperspace and multiple dimensions. The Professor is credited with creation of string theory
that all atomic and subatomic particles are composed of strings which exist at the Plank Level.
De Broglie Phase Wave
In 1928 Prince Louis de Broglie proposed that
electrons were both waves and particles as the above pictures suggest and the theory I am proposing is that the
waves are composed of "strings"
Wave Packets Suggest
Matter Composed of Strings?
The theory of wave packets is that electrons
are composed of groups of waves or maybe strings which are created by standing wave formations.
Does Wave/Particle Theory Show
String Interaction Of Planck Energy?
Don't existing laws of physics support the concept that exchange of quanta or packets
of energy composed of "strings" occur on a regular basis in the nucleus between particles and even between particles and light?
Aren't we therefore suggesting certain changes do occur in "strings" in the subatomic physics on a regular basis
which do not require Planck energy or 10X19 billion electron volts? If we already admit that particles are composed of string and claim that
and various types of radiation; energy; and waves are part of the same process couldn't
we also admit that light & other waves are also probally composed of "strings"? Can we use this knowledge that energy/matter are related and exchangable to tinker with or
manipulate the "string" without having to probe the Planck energy 10x19 BEV at the Planck constant?
Does String Theory
Explain Missing Mass Of Universe
Professor Michio Kaku explains in his book
"Hyperspace" the theory
of strings on page 153: "String theory answers this question because the sting, about 100 billion billion times
smaller than a proton is vibrating; each mode of vibration represenats a distinct
resonance of particle. The string is so incredibly tiny that, from a distance
a resonance of a string and a particle are indistinguishable. Only when we somehow
magnify the particle can we see that this is not a point at all, but a mode of
vibrating string..... According to string theory, if we could somehow magnify a
point particle we would actually see a small vibrating string. In fact, according to this
theory, matter is nothing but the harmonies created by this vibrating string. Since there
are an infinite number of harmonies that can be composed for the violin, there are
an infinite number of forms of matter than can be constructed from our of vibrating
strings.... Professor Michio Kaku in his
excellent book "Hyperspace" presents superstring theory and concepts of multiple universes in the "N Dimensions" and
scientist are missing an 80% of the mass of the universe. If you a Scientist and have to admit
that a large part of the universe is missing requires some explanations. Scientist are considering that the "missing matter" or
dark matter" might be present in another universe of dimension.
Strings Vibrates In 10 Dimensions?
Beyond Visible Range?
Doesen't modern string theory provide that although strings vibrate in 10 or 26 dimensions
they can only be viewed in 2 dimensions in this universe? So we have a model above in which the object vibrates out of the visible spectrum into the invisible.