## Saturday, April 28, 2012

My wavefunction

An abstract of my theory:

My favorite equation:
I am the first in the world who wrote a link between science and spirituality.
The most important question: Who am I?
I am a wave and the wavefunction is:
|ψ> = c1 |Φ1> + c2|Φ2> + c3|Φ3> + c4|Φ4> + c5|Φ5> + c6|Φ6> + c7|Φ7>
are 7 states  |Φi > because are 7 major chakras or energy centers.”   Adrian Ferent

A wavefunction is probability amplitude in quantum mechanics describing the quantum state of a particle and how it behaves. Its values are complex numbers and for a single particle, it is a function of space and time.
An arbitrary state of potential will be written as
|ψ> = a|1> + b|2>,   |a|^2 + |b|^2 = 1
such that, after the process of projection, the probability for either distinct state, namely
|1> or |2> to become real is unity.
"I am a WAVE and the wave function is:
|ψ> = c1 |Φ1> + c2|Φ2> + c3|Φ3> + c4|Φ4> + c5|Φ5> + c6|Φ6> + c7|Φ7>
are 7 states |Φi > because are 7 major chakras or energy centers."
If the states |Φi > have distinct, definite values, a_i, of some dynamical variable and a measurement of that variable is performed on a system in the state
|ψ> = Σ ci | Φi >

then the probability of measuring a_i is | ci |^2, and if the measurement yields a_i, the system is left in the state |Φi > .
The wavefunction is absolutely central to quantum mechanics. It is also the source of the mysterious consequences and philosophical difficulties in what quantum mechanics means in nature, and even how nature itself behaves at the atomic scale and beyond.
It is concerned mainly with giving the general outlines of a new way of thinking, consistent with modern physics, which does not divide mind from matter, the observer from the observed, the subject from the object. What is described here is, only the beginning of such a way of thinking which, it is hoped, can be developed a great deal further.
Descartes solved the problem by assuming that God, who created both mind and matter is able to relate them by putting into the minds of human beings the clear and distinct thoughts that are needed to deal with matter as extended substance.
On the basis of modern physics even inanimate matter cannot be fully understood in terms of Descartes' notion that it is nothing but a substance occupying space and constituted of separate objects.
Between observations the wavefunction evolves deterministically according to an evolution operator (constructed appropriately for the particular problem) acting on an assumed initial state and the wavefunction as a function of time has a typical oscillatory form, such as the evolution of simple harmonic oscillator states.
The quantum theory implies that all material systems have what is called a wave-particle duality in their properties. In consequence, electrons that in Newtonian physics act like particles can, under suitable conditions, also act like waves.
Are 7 states |Φi > because are 7 major chakras or energy centers:
|ψ> = Σ ci | Φi >

|ψ> is the wave function of each man, the unique chord whether he be sleeping or waking, living or dead and he can always be found by it.

In the early 1980's, various authors started to investigate the generalization of information
theory concepts to allow the representation of information by quantum states.
The introduction into computation of quantum physical concepts, in particular the superposition principle, opened up the possibility of new capabilities, such as quantum cryptography that have no classical counterparts.

Environment can destroy coherence between the states of a quantum system. This is decoherence. According to quantum theory, every superposition of quantum states is a legal quantum state. This egalitarian quantum principle of superposition applies in isolated systems.
However, not all quantum superpositions are treated equally by decoherence. Interaction with the environment will typically single out a preferred set of states.

Probability plays a role in almost all the sciences. In epistemology, the philosophy of mind, and cognitive science, we see states of opinion being modeled by subjective probability functions, and learning being modeled by the updating of such functions.
An interpretation of the concept of probability is a choice of some class of events and an assignment of some meaning to probability claims about those events.
Subjective probability lacks the resources to distinguish uncertainty due to lack of information from uncertainty that no possible increase in knowledge could eliminate.
It can even take center stage in the philosophy of logic, the philosophy of language, and the philosophy of religion. Probability is thought of as a physical disposition, or tendency of a given type of physical situation to yield an outcome of a certain kind, or to yield a long run relative frequency of such an outcome.
Probability starts with logic. There is a set of N elements. We can define a sub-set of n favorable elements, where n is less than or equal to N. Probability is defined as the rapport of the favorable cases over total cases.
That formulation makes it easier to understand why probability can never be higher than 1: no event can have more than one success in one try!
Problems in the foundations of probability bear at least indirectly, and sometimes directly, upon central scientific, social scientific and philosophical concerns.
Science furnishes important examples of deterministic theories with such initial-condition probabilities.
The interpretation of probability is one of the most important such foundational problems.
In probability theory, an event is a set of outcomes to which a probability is assigned.
An elementary event (or simple event) is an event which contains only a single outcome in the same space.
For every event defined on S, we can define a counterpart-event called its complement. The complement of an event A consists of all outcomes that are in S, but are not in A: The key word in the definition of a complement is not.

Let Ω be a non-empty set.
A field on Ω is a set F of subsets of Ω that has Ω as a member, and that is closed under complementation (with respect to Ω) and union. Let P be a function from F to the real numbers obeying:
(Non-negativity) P(A) ≥ 0, for all A F.
(Normalization) P(Ω) = 1.
(Finite additivity) P(A B) = P(A) + P(B) for all A, B F such that A ∩ B = .
Call P a probability function, and (Ω, F, P) a probability space.

An interpretation of the concept of probability is a choice of some class of events (or statements) and an assignment of some meaning to probability claims about those events (or statements).
Probability theory is used extensively in statistics, mathematics, science and philosophy to draw conclusions about the likelihood of potential events and the underlying mechanics of complex systems.

The probability of a random event denotes the relative frequency of occurrence of an experiment's outcome, when repeating the experiment.
The probability of event A is the number of ways event A can occur divided by the total number of possible outcomes.
Sure event occurs every time an experiment is repeated and has the probability 1.
An event that never occurs when an experiment is performed is called impossible event. The probability of an impossible event is 0.

Some standard properties of probability are the following:
If P(A ∩ B) = 0, then P(A B)  = P(A) + P(B)
The complement of an event A is the event [not A] (that is, the event of A not occurring):
P(CA) = 1 − P(A).
If A and B are in the domain of P, then A and B are probabilistically independent (with respect to P) just in case P(A ∩ B) = P(A)P(B).
A random variable for probability P is a function X that takes values in the real numbers, such that for any number x, X = x is an event in the domain of P. The conditional probability of A given B, written P(A | B) is standard defined as follows:
P(A | B) = P(A ∩ B)/P(B).
If P(B) = 0, then the ratio in the definition of conditional probability is undefined. There are, however, a variety of technical developments that will allow us to define P(A | B) when P(B) is 0.
If the events are not mutually exclusive then:
P(A B)  = P(A) + P(B) − P(A ∩ B)

The chakras and probabilities

If the states |Φi > have distinct, definite values, a_i, of some dynamical variable and a measurement of that variable is performed on a system in the state
|ψ> = Σ ci | Φi >

then the probability of measuring a_i is | ci |^2, and if the measurement yields a_i, the system is left in the state |Φi > .
We have more than these 7 most important chakras, I will consider the number of all chakras equal to n.
The wavefunction for the all n chakras:

I am a wave and the wavefunction is:
|ψ> = c1 |Φ1> + c2|Φ2> + c3|Φ3> + … + cn|Φn>
are n states  |Φi > because are n chakras or energy centers.”   Adrian Ferent

I will associate to each chakra an event:
E1 – the event associated to chakra 1(Muladhara); the probability assigned is e1
E2 – the event associated to chakra 2; the probability assigned is e2
………….
E3 – the event associated to chakra 3; the probability assigned is e3
E7 – the event associated to chakra 7; the probability assigned is e7 .

We have to see these 7 chakras as a system S.
When is activated only chakra 1, the event is X1 :
X1 = E1 ∩ CE2 ∩ CE3 ∩ CE4 ∩ CE5 ∩ CE6 ∩ CE7
I calculated the probability x1 for the event X1 :
I can generalize this result for any chakra, for a system with n chakras, the probability is xi:
Here is the probability to realize only one event, but any event for the chakra system , S:
The event S = X1X2X3 Xn
I calculated the probability assigned for this event, PS :
The probability if any 2 chakras are activated in the same time, for a system with n chakras, PS :

This means it is a lot of math, when you concentrate on chakras!
Looks like Yoga is very complicated!

This means now we can have a precisely, exactly picture of each individual aura, because we know the activity of each chakra.
In the future the health of each person will be checked by analyzing the aura.