Spacetime curvature is defined as gravitation; we explore this concept at the quantum level, and the functional geometric architecture of a gravitational field at the Planck scale. In this approach, we treat spacetime as a discrete quantum lattice which is in a highly energetic state of tensegrity between fundamental nodes in a generally tetrahedral array, which is slightly contracted around points of geodesic curvature around any gravitational center. Deeper assessment of the spacetime conditions around these centers provides a deeper understanding of the term “singularity.” We also explore the core of the Proton as a “black hole,” and the experimental analysis that backs this conclusion while removing the need for a strong nuclear force. Through rendering the quantum gravitational curvature of the Proton, its spin, and its affect on surrounding spacetime, we gain insight into the nature of the electron field and orbitals. Then by extension to cosmological scales, we view spacetime as an entangled energetic field in motion, that when applied to galactic rotation, replaces the idea of Dark Matter with quantum tensegrity at galactic scales. Finally, we discuss entanglement and the nature of information exchange in spacetime though understanding the quantum standing-wave wormhole light networks forming the lattice of spacetime itself.
Adam Apollo has been a physicist, systems architect, designer and developer for nearly 20 years, founding several education and technology oriented companies and organizations, as well as producing hundreds of websites and works across data sovereignty, decentralization and cryptocurrency. He has been a featured speaker on future technology and unified physics at the White House, the United Nations, and at conferences around the world.
As founder and CEO of Superluminal Systems, he built the Resonance Academy for Unified Physics, writing the college level Modern Physics module exploring physics history from Descartes to Planck, and providing a framework for understanding the unification of Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity through the recent breakthroughs in quantum gravity physics. He also edited and authored segments on Unified Physics and its implications and applications, and has a Quantum Geometry course scheduled for release this Spring.
Cost for buffet luncheon and lecture is now $25 (same price without lunch).
We can accept CASH or CHECK only – payable at the door.
Friday, February 22, 2019
Presentation starts at 10:15 AM & Buffet begins at 12 NOON
Nissi’s Entertainment Venue & Event Center
2675 Northpark Drive Lafayette, CO 80026
(On the SE corner of 95th St and Arapahoe Rd)