Of ferman: Fernando Mancebo Rodriguez--- Personal page.
You can see many of my works, in the following pages:
Video: Cosmic and atomic model
Double slit and camera obscura experiments: ferman experiment ||| Type of Waves: Questions of Quantum Mechanics
The socurces of gravity. ||| In favour of the cosmos theory of ferman FCM ||| Theory of Everything: summary
Model of Cosmos. ||| Atomic model ||| Development speed of forces.||| Magnets: N-S magnetic polarity.
Stellar molecules ||| Static and Dynamic chaos||| Inversion or Left-right proof
Chart of atomic measures||| The main foundations of the Cosmos' Structure
Positive electric charges reside in orbits.||| Mathematical cosmic model based on Pi.
Inexactness principle in observations ||| Einstein and the gravity ||| The Universal Motion ||| Atomic particles
Cosmic Geometry ||| Bipolar electronic: semiconductors ||| Multiverse or multi-worlds||| Light and photons
Quantum explanation of Gravity ||| Real physics versus virtual physics ||| The window experiment
Radial coordinates.||| Physical and mathematical sets theory. | Algebraic product of sets.
Planar angles: Trimetry.||| Fractions: natural portions.||| Cosmic spiral ||| Inverse values of parameters and operation
Equivalence and commutive property of division. ||| Concepts and Numbers. ||| Bend coefficient of curves ||| Mathematical dimensions
Transposition property ||| Accumulated product: Powers ||| Dimensional Geometry: Reversibility
Priority Rule in powers and roots ||| The decimal counter ||| The floating point index ||| Paradoxes in mathematics
Direct formula for Pi: The Squaring Pi. ||| The pyramids of Squaring Pi. ||| Functions of Pi ||| Integration formulas Pi.
Squaring the Circle ||| Cocktail formula for Squaring Pi.
Spherical molecules. ||| Genetic Heredity. ||| Metaphysics: Spanish only. ||| Brain and Consciousness. ||| Type of Genes T and D
Certainty Principle ||| From the Schrodinger cat to the Ferman's birds ||| The meaning of Dreams
Freely economy ||| Theoricles of Alexandria ||| Rainbow table of elements.||| Satire on the Quantum Mechanics
Cancer and precocious aging ||| Hardware and software of Genetics ||| The farmer and the quantum physicist|||
Andalusian Roof Tile. ||| Rotary Engine. ||| Water motors: Vaporization engines.
Triangular ferman's Houses .||| Pan for frying and poaching eggs ||| The fringed forest
Garbage Triangle: Quantum mechanics, Relativity, Standard theory
Fables and tales of the relativists clocks.||| Nuclei of galaxies.||| Particles accelerators.
Hydrocarbons, water and vital principles on the Earth. ||| Cosmos formula : Metaphysics
Ubiquity Principle of set.||| Positive electric charges reside in orbits.
Chaos Fecundity. Symbiosis: from the Chaos to the Evolution.||| Speed-Chords in galaxies.
The man and the testosterone.||| Toros say
Who is God
"Physical uncertainty doesn't exist. Mental uncertainty is what exists"
The word physics means "real, certain, existent"
According to the Uncertainty Principle of Heisenberg (Schrodinger) the behaviour of particles (for example, electrons) it is uncertain because if we try to measure them, the same physical methods to measure them will change the state of these particles.
I'm sorry very much for my expression, but I can should define this conclusion as "quite stupid" because this conclusion would also take us to deduce that if we don't try to measure its behaviour, then this would be certain and invariable.
This supposition and conclusion is unacceptable since all atoms and particles are ALWAYS subjected to the energy variations of the place where they are, so much if we are measuring them as if not.
This way an atom or an electron is always subjected to the temperature of its place of situation and to the contributions of solar light or of any other energy that can affect them.
So in all the cases the energy changes are constant and therefore these elements or particles are changing constantly and adapting to these circumstances, but always completing all the physical laws and been its behaviour always real and certain.
If for example we notice some water, this, so much inwardly (at subatomic level) as outwardly, it is affected by the changes of temperature, light etc., changing its state according to the circumstances and received energy (Ice, liquid, vapour).
But at the same time we see that its behaviour is completely certain and predictable following all the well-known physical laws. And what is what happens in the particles? Because that to be very small we don't have the necessary physical instrumental to measure their changes neither the theoretical knowledge to deduce them. But their behaviour will never be physically uncertain, but unknown for us.
Then, which the correct form of proceeding on particles would be to measure them and to find their correct actuation?
Because to subject them to measure in their different and changing energy states -include the interactions taken place by us in these measures- so this way to be able to understand their states and movements in the different circumstances.
Every necessary study, but never treat them as uncertain, virtual elements and evaders of the laws and physical forces. Let us be a little modest and let us don't try to imply and to attribute our limited capacities to the physical behaviour of the Cosmos.
If there was not physical certainty, there would not be exact execution of the physical laws and the Cosmos could not exist simply.
As it is exposed above, uncertainty is not a problem that the physical elements suffer. Uncertainty is a problem that the human beings suffer, when we try to know physical phenomena and we don't have the necessary means for it.
In the drawing a simple device with the one we can make rotate any mass element (from a matter piece until a quark or more) is detailed, and by means of counters we can know the rotations that they have: the laps, speed and momentum that they have in any moment.
If we didn't have counters, when the particle (blue) rotated to several revolutions per second, we would stop to observe it and starting from then its situation would be uncertain.
Uncertain? Yes, uncertain for us because we have leaved to see it. But its physical situation: state, speed, momentum, etc. they last being completely real and certain.
Nevertheless, as we have counters that show us, so much its turn frequency, speed, and momentum are known in any moment.
All this demonstrates that the states and physical phenomena don't have uncertainty. The uncertainty is in us when we don't have the appropriate means of measure.
But also, to apply a uncertainty measure on a physical phenomenon it is necessary to know the physical laws that this phenomenon must complete, because otherwise we can be looking for results in the wrong place and in the wrong time.
Therefore, apart from having exposed in the page of quantum mechanics, the most important errors in the uncertainty application would be:
--To attribute uncertainty to the physical phenomena and not to us. And
--To forget and refuse physical laws when we find results on the physical phenomena and to apply uncertainly elements only.
Therefore uncertainty just as it is treated now, on estrangement of reality consists, diving in an imaginary world in which we don't have to know the physical foundations, and using simply mathematics formulas we can forge an imaginary physics to which some people could understand -they say- with easiness. But clear everything will be an illusion; nothing is real.
Therefore "any resemblance with the reality will be pure coincidence."
So, Quantum Mechanics and its Principle of Uncertainty are virtual mathematics only, but not physical reality.
Therefore it is necessary to establish the Certainty Principle in the field of the physics, since if the physical elements complete all physical laws, then their state are completely certain and defined by these laws.
And predictable if we have the knowledge enough to make it.
If not, it is a human problem, not a physics problem.
When much, we can say:
"In many cases and due to our short knowledge, we are unable of adjusting the physical and certain state of the physical elements"
* Valid digits are those that represent a measurement made including the unit of measurement, such as:
Being equal, 5 decimeters has a valid digit when measuring in decimeters; while 50 centimeters has two digits because here we have measured in centimeters.
And therefore if we measure a length of 0.5 meters, it will have greater certainty if we express or measure it in centimeters than if we express it in decimeters.
I think certainty and probability should be a somewhat different concept.
Certainty is the knowledge we have of something, and probability is the speculation we can make of the uncertain.
For example, and referring to the possibility of existence of aliens, we can speculate with the possibility that they exist or not, and we can even consider that they must exist due to the large number of planets that exist. (And I would like to state here that I think that the formula that I put adapts well to our human reality)
With certainty/uncertainty, the problem of the existence of aliens is analysed in another way.
Currently, we do not "know" the existence of aliens and therefore everything is uncertainty, (formula certainty C = 0.0, uncertainty = 1.)
But if at any given moment an alien were to come to our planet, we could already verify that they exist, the certainty would change almost to the maximum (C = 0.91 and uncertainty = 0.09)
If aliens of many types and civilizations continue to come, the certainty will increase and the uncertainty will decrease. (C = 0.9995, U = 0.0005). In other words, the formula adapts well to our mentality about certainty.