On the Possibility of Distance Independent Connections Between Electron-Positron Pairs
(c) Robert Neil Boyd

[R. N. Boyd]

Have a look at S. Rado's theory, and add those possibilities to your repertoire. See: http://www.westworld.com/~srado/ .

Charge need not be involved in the constituent particles of the vortex. Nor is charge excluded from consideration. There is the possibility of charge-countercharge => charge neutrality in the vortex(es). There is also the possibility that charge is a 4D event.

I have contemplated the possibility that electron-positron pairs are bi-vortexes in the manner of Falaco solitons, which remain connected by the two-dimensional thread which connects the Falaco soliton pair. Perhaps this thread is not limited as to how far it can be extended, so that the electron-positron pair remains connected, regardless of the distance between them. If this were true, it might also be the case that the pair will both cease to exist if the thread is cut by some means, because Falaco solitons vanish when the thread linking the vortex pair is cut.

My quantum theory combines Bohm with hyperdimensionality and fractality and subquantum particles. Something similar to the FPU lattice (Poponin), is the substrate which carries the information field, aka, the quantum potential, in my view.

It seems fairly simple to me... :-)
And it all seems to fit together nicely. Ark has been looking at some aspects of this.

I am still trying to work out what is responsible for Uniqueness. So far, the best shot I've had has involved Consciousness. The question then is, what makes consciousnesses Unique? Not an easy issue to deal with...

I think that there may be a relationship between frequency and velocity, once light speed is exceeded. This could correspond to the fineness of the media, through which the FTL signal is passing. Again, the WKB approximation of the Eikonal equation seems to point at this. In other words, the higher the superluminal frequency, the higher the velocity, and the smaller the media. This has a nice correspondence to the infinite velocity allowed by the superluminal Moebius transform E/M. Such: Infinite velocity => infinite fineness.

D. Segalla:

And what I get is that neutrinos are quantum only if they travel parallel to there axial spin. All others get lost somewhere. This spin seems responsible for a vortex around the axial of the neutrino, making it a ghost particle nearly in the 4th dimension. Which of course, allows it to pass through about anything. There are a couple of troubling things. One is that if there is a vortex around a neutrino, then what is it made up of? Aether? If so, then this would seem to work as we think. Second, if a neutrino has no charge, then what induces the vortex around it? Must be some kind of charge. So if we say that all this is right, we still don't know how the neutrino got to moving at superluminal speed, do we. Maybe the vortex itself is responsible for this velocity. I don't know. But I think that a better understanding of inertial mass as it applies here will come to us when we know more about the 4th dimension. Somehow I don't think it will be a problem. Don't be tied to thinking of inertial mass and its velocity as you would under normal conditions. Velocity is just a function of where it started and where it ended up. Time is the variable.