Dimensional string, Planck length

String deployment in physical space.

Wavelength and frequency producing displacement and force

So, what do we really see in a collider print? If it's not particles, but distorted waves, what risks do these waves bring to the environment?


By understanding the time/space factor of strings, we should realize that the foundation of reality on our plane is at risk, meaning that not only distorted energy is being compounded, but the introduction of distorted waveforms also distorts the immediate physical plane due to elastic equilibrium.


To prove this point, let us visualize a head-on car collision at light speeds. What was once steel, leather, and fuel is turned into resultant fused matter distorted beyond reality. You will not get pristine looking seats, fuel, or headlights as a result, but rather "a tiny sliver" in time of car strings; incomplete energy components that resemble amino acid strands from a large DNA genome.


Thus, in energy collisions, we don't visualize or capture the essence of fingerprints of "real" wholesome particles or energy constituents but rather the remains of an interrupted enormous symphony of waveforms that are absolutely meaningless and whose introduction into the physical plane could imply horrible consequences to mankind.


String theory proposed the existing of extra dimensions, rightfully so, and a number of theories have sprung up all the way up to M-Theory, integrating general relativity and quantum mechanics into the mix. In the field of mathematics, D-branes and compactification are the latest evasive maneuvers to add more value, or shall we say countermeasure confusion, to already defined precepts that are actually rather simplistic and "non-relativistic" from the sense of velocity and space distortion factors.

Since its beginnings in the seventies, and through the combined efforts of countless researchers, super-string theory developed into a broad, varied and complex subject with connections to quantum gravity, particle and condensed matter physics, cosmology, and pure mathematics; as it should be.


Although lack of experimental evidence discouraged many from string theory, others expanded upon it and are seeking help from the Large Hadron Collider through minimalization of model components. However, minimalization only shows chance energy waveforms being released by the relative collision of two particles hitting each other head-on. No two collisions are identical, no angle of incidence is the same, and thus the harmonic resultant could be anybody's best guess. It's a heck of a way to disassemble an atom, especially where there are cleaner more efficient ways of doing so. Besides, if we truly understand and adhere to string theory, there are NO particles to see, none at all, but rather distorted energy packets coming off the smashed atoms due to interruption of the normal string's pulsing deployment.

Dimensional string, showing symmetry and vibrational equilibrium

MODERN ATOMIC THEORY


In modern times, Virtual Universe and String theoretical frameworks recognized that matter does not have physical origins as once thought, but is rather a multi-dimensional phenomena based on a variety of proposed symmetric and resonant forces, some of Planck length and force. These same theories, although bound by old thought restrictions, clearly evidences the fact that a an explosion could not have not brought matter and black holes into being, but rather dimensional forces not fully understood. The reason: the consistency of matter and universal standards.


In string theory, point-like subatomic particles are replaced by one-dimensional strings that propagate through space and interact with each other much like vibrating energy ripples. A string may look like a line, curve, or even a particle whose properties are determined by its vibrational state. There are open and closed strings proposed in at least a dozen theories thus far. One of the many vibrational states of strings correspond to the graviton, indicating that gravity is the result of interacting oscillations. The graviton is a quantum mechanical particle carrying gravitational force that exemplifies quantum gravity. But unknowingly, the graviton, as we will see later on, is the key to time and space, brought to you by frequency and wavelength.

These divergent features appear at and above the protein level, effected by environmental adapting factors, giving rise to forms that have similitude yet diversity. These forms create cells, organisms, planets, solar systems, galaxies, and universes. This is all part of scalar progression, or pre-determined adaptive sequence features "built" into the string knowledge base to be so. This will be the focus of our treatise: What are strings, where do they come from, how do they work.

SCALAR PROGRESSION


This write up proposes the reconsideration or re-purposing of string concepts such as resonance, symmetry, and dimensional aspects. It suggests that strings and their dimensional aspects are not components of the physical plane but rather, by the very nature of their Planck attributes, are not born from physical aspects.


What this implies is that strings are not the result of physical events. Rather, they are energy units that are virtual or extra-physical in nature.


If we look at the nature of convergence, this becomes clear, and it will be the central topic of discussion in the following pages. All matter is subject to standards, from subatomic particles to atoms, molecules, and amino acids that form the basis for life. The linear compatibility trend in nature, from the smallest manifested components to larger forms found in the cosmos, is what I will call, "scalar progression."


Beneath the atom, scalar progression pushes on into subatomic particles and eventually strings and so forth. This implies that scalar progression is infinite in nature, both microcosmic and macrocosmic. Where and how these combine is subject to convergence, though divergence in the upper realms of scalar progression shows trends of selective differentiation in forms driven by the environment.