What happens to the QSN in the case of extreme spacetime curvature, in which a black hole forms?
ONE: I suggest that reality does not have any curved spacetime. Curves are expensive computationally and the code theoretic axiom, as restricted by the principle of efficient language, implies that nature doesn’t do circles… only polygons. Angles, no curves. The twist isomorphism to curvature is what the QSN toy approach is about.
TWO: Isolate (1) experiment from (2) powerful models and ontological interpretations from those models about what the numerical data of experiments means. The strong evidence is that massive particles attract to other massive particles. And photons near a strong mass change their vectors the way general relativity predicts.
Not all trit states of the electron approach Earth will be either a trit coincidence or anti-coincidence event. In fact, the vast majority of them are null-interaction events.
- Why we observe gravitational attraction and not repulsion.
- The idea that EM and gravitational attraction are each a SAVED quantum of twist isomorphic to a quantum of 3-space curvature.
- And EM and gravitational repulsion are each (clearly one and the same) a NOT SAVED quantum of twist isomorphic to a quantum of three 3-space curvature.
- When it comes to just one electron to one other electron, they can align dipoles North to South much like any two magnets will align and stay aligned. But when there are very large spherical volumes of such electrons/quarks, there will be a 50/50 ratio of the ones that are aligned N/N at time-1 and then a better than 50/50 ratio of alignments at time-2 and an even better ratio at time-3 and so on, such that the percentage of trit coincidence events will increase as 1/r^1.