QA Principles

Fundamental Theorems underlying Quantum Admittance postulates firmly anchor it to the bedrock of classical physics, avoiding the need for superficial adjustments each time a new theory emerges. These principles, honed over millennia, embody scientific truths observed by Aristotle, Pythagoras, Galileo, and expressed through the equations of Newton, Coulomb, Faraday, Maxwell, Einstein, Planck, Lorentz, and Dicke:

Universal Energy Equilibrium:

Statement: In a homogeneous and isotropic universe, the total energy equilibrium is maintained, where the sum of positive energy (matter and radiation) balances with negative energy (gravity), resulting in a net energy of zero.

Implications: This theorem serves as the foundational principle underlying various postulates related to space, electromagnetic energy, gravity, and particles. It establishes the concept of energy equilibrium as a fundamental characteristic of the universe.

Spacetime Geometry:

Statement: Changes in the speed of energy within space, dictated by impedance variations, warp the fabric of spacetime, influencing its geometric structure.

Implications: This theorem provides the theoretical framework for understanding the geometrical properties of space and time. It forms the basis for postulates related to the boundaryless and centerless nature of space, as well as its warping effects.

Electromagnetic Energy Dynamics:

Statement: Electromagnetic energy drives the universe’s evolution and development, with its propagation speed regulated by the impedance of free space.

Implications: This theorem encompasses a wide range of postulates related to electromagnetic energy, including its zero-point fluctuation, frequency-independent nature, and dynamic response to changes in energy field density. It also highlights the unique role of electromagnetic energy in shaping cosmic phenomena.

Charge Interaction and Field Dynamics:

Statement: Charges interact through differential gradients, propagating at the speed of energy and modulating electromagnetic fields based on impedance variations.

Implications: This theorem forms the basis for understanding the behavior of charges and their role in generating electromagnetic fields. It encompasses postulates related to charge isolation, acceleration, and the generation of magnetic dipoles.

Temporal Symmetry and Energy Conservation:

Statement: Time serves as a reference frame for measuring temporal events, with the total energy within the universe remaining constant across spatial and temporal dimensions.

Implications: This theorem underscores the conservation of energy across different frames of reference, encompassing postulates related to time’s arrow, quantum time, and the temporal origin of energy.

Moreover, the integration of energy as a fundamental component within Quantum Admittance automatically bridges the realms of gravity and quantum mechanics, shedding new light on their intricate interplay. By recognizing energy as the driving force behind gravitational dynamics and quantum phenomena, QA transcends traditional boundaries, offering a unified framework that harmonizes diverse aspects of the cosmos. This holistic approach not only enriches our understanding of fundamental principles but also paves the way for novel insights into the nature of spacetime, electromagnetic energy, and particle interactions. Through the lens of QA, the universe emerges as a dynamic tapestry of energy exchanges, where gravity and quantum phenomena seamlessly intertwine to shape the fabric of reality.