Hilbert Book Model Project/Slide F15

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hbmp Hilbert Book Model Project F15

Elementary particles live in tubes that zigzag as function of the progression over the separable Hilbert space

Inside the scanning subspace the elementary module takes only a single location which is represented by a ray

The subsequent locations form a stochastic hopping path and the hop landing locations form a coherent swarm

The swarm forms the zigzagging tube

At the reflection instants the elementary modules switch the direction of their time travel

This goes together with emission and absorption of strings of warps, which arrive or depart in opposite directions

This means that at a given progression instant the elementary module can exist multiple times

At the reflection instants, observers perceive the annihilation of the current elementary module
and the creation of its anti-particle

The observers may also notice the emission or absorption of the warp strings

The creator's view delivers the zigzag tube picture

The observer's view offers the perception of
combined creation-annihilation events

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