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quantum singularity

In science fiction, the term quantum singularity is used to refer to many different phenomena, which often approximately resemble a gravitational singularity? in the scientific sense in that they are massive, localized distortions of space and time. The name invokes one of the most fundamental problems remaining in modern physics: the difficulty in merging Einstein's Theory of Relativity (which includes singularities within its models of black holes) and quantum mechanics. In fact, since singularities are infinitely small according to relativity?, they are expected to be quantum mechanical by their nature; a theory of quantum gravity would be required to describe this behavior, and no such theory has yet been completed. Wikipedia, Quantum Singularity (external link)

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4.10 - Component Dynamics of Quantum Construction
7B.08 - The Etheric Quantum Soup
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Ether
Etheric Elements
Figure 3.37 - Successive Centralizations or Quantum Leap
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quantum acoustics
Quantum Arithmetic
quantum chromodynamics
Quantum coupling
quantum electrodynamics
Quantum Entanglement
Quantum Leap
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Singularity
Table of Quantum Particles


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