Fuzzy Wilson Loops, Witten’s Topological Field Theory and the Golden Mean Number System Theory as the Deep Roots of Hardy’s Quantum Entanglement
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- Wild Topology, Golden Mean Cantor Sets, Solitonic Spirals, Topological Quantum Field, E Witten, tHooft Renormalon, E-Infinity Theory, Unification of the Fundamental Forces, Unification of Science and Arts, Fractal M-theory, Gross Heterotic Superstrings, D
- M. S. El Naschie
- The present relatively short paper is a rather concise outline of the topological roots of Professor L. Hardy’s seminal theory of quantum entanglement and its very deep relation to Professor Edward Witten’s path breaking and pioneering work in mathematical physics in general and quantum fields theory in particular as well as the very notable work of Alain Connes who invented non-commutative geometry, Nobel Laureate Sir Roger Penrose’s fractal tiling universe, Ed Wilson’s loops, Chern Simons’ theory and the present author’s physical E-Infinity theory. It is also quite relevant for a properly open-minded understanding of the present work to highlight the historical background of the said E-Infinity theory which goes back to astounding classical philosophical and mathematical work conducted at the Greek-Egyptian renowned school of Alexandria-Egypt where the universal guiding lights of Pythagoras, Socrates, Aristotle and Plato shined for the first time and whose ideas have played and still play a central role in the present theory which has invigorated the transfinite set theory of the great universal genius George Cantor. The crowning result of our paper is that of bringing all of the above-mentioned into a coherent synthesis forming a general theory making quantum physics easily understood without any paradoxes and equally easily computable via the almost miraculous golden mean number system first discovered and rediscovered in Alexandria-Egypt. For a swift grasp of the mathematics used, the reader is advised to consult Appendix 1, from which the main message of the present paper becomes apparent namely, that physics and mathematics are unified in wild topology.
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