funny – I never considered seriously the ideas of Jason, mainly because I do not understand the stuff enough. But I am happy you picked it up… Only, if Jason becomes the next Einstein, I will be jealous because you will be the discoverer of his talent, not me ðŸ™‚

Cheers,

T.

“… from the Planck constant and the pure geometry of space time … try to draw … the structure of space time keeping in mind Planckâ€™s constant.

In other words … every time you move through space you must move exactly one or whole multiples of one Planck constant. …

the only shape that space time can take is a 2 dimensional hexagon or 3 dimensional cube . …”.

I agree with Jason D. Padgett that spacetime is fundamentally a lattice, each bit of which is Planck-constant size.

My view is that

hbar is the uncertainty product of the Planck Energy and the Planck Time: hbar =

= Mplanck^2 G / c = c^2 Mplanck^2 G / c^3 =

= ( c^2 Mplanck ) ( Mplanck^2 G / c^3 ) =

= Eplanck Tplanck

so that,

if you use Energy-Time uncertainty,

then

hbar is the uncertainty probability for Gravitons to create a new bit of SpaceTime.

However, I do not agree that “… he only shape that space time can take is a 2 dimensional hexagon or 3 dimensional cube …”.

For example,

a high-energy 8-dim lattice spacetime can come from E8 lattice structure,

and

down at the low energies of our experiments, a 4-dimensional HyperDiamond Feynman Checkerboard is realistic.

My relevant web pages are at

http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/simph.html

http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/ClifTensorGeom.html

http://www.valdostamuseum.org/hamsmith/USGRFckb.html

Tony Smith

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