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Markku Vallius

Registered: Feb 2012
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Magnetic monopoles found?

Some time ago I had an idea about photons that appears to explain magnetic monopoles, the behaviour of light in the double-slit experiment, matter waves, the mechanism of electron-positron pair production, and more (see the attachment). The inherent simplicity of the idea should make it applicable to CA computations by someone who knows what he/she is doing. (Not by me, my math and computing skills are not sufficient. I have read NKS, but looking at some arXiv CA papers didn't understand much.) Don't be offended by my writing style; it is descriptive rather than scientific, and conditional form is used sparsely to keep it compact.

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