A Phenomenological Relation for Decay Times: A Quantum Mechanical Approach
Recent Advances in Mathematical Research and Computer Science Vol. 4,
12 November 2021
In 1931, Georges Lemaitre was invited to London to attend a British Association symposium on the relationship between the physical Universe and spirituality. He postulated that the Universe expanded from a starting point, which he dubbed the "Primeval Atom" and developed in a report published in Nature titled ‘The beginning of the World from the Point of View of Quantum Theory’ . This article explains how the way the universe is claimed to have come into being governs (and hence can be the deeper cause of) all quantum mechanical phenomena. A ‘smallest space-action' (or ‘smallest limited quantity of uncertainty') is constructed on the basis of hidden symmetries, which offers a connection between all that is and establishes the boundaries within which all variation is possible; unity in diversity then.
- The smallest space-action
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