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matter antimatter collisions inside Boson-Einstein condensation
IDEA BY: Adam Gullickson LOCATION: USA CATEGORY: Science/Medical

ENTRY TITLE

matter antimatter collisions inside Boson-Einstein condensation
IDEA BY: Adam Gullickson
LOCATION: USA
CATEGORY: Science/Medical

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Colliding matter and antimatter inside a Boson-Einstein condensation cloud slowing down the radiation immensely could create a quantum black hole revealing more dimensions to the universe.

Boson-Einstein condensation has been proven to slow the speed of light significantly. MY EXPERIMENT- Firing an electron and its antimatter twin a positron into a cloud of Boson-Einstein condensation which would slow them down enough to be measured constantly. Constant measurements of the entangled twin particles with quick laser pulses every four milliseconds or faster, may keep them from annihilating each other keeping them as particles even at the moment of impact unable to destroy each other until a measurement or observation is no longer taking place. Slowing down the laser pulses so there’s no longer a constant measurement the electron and positron may begin to annihilate each other slowly exploding because inside the Boson-Einstein condensation the light and radiation given off by the explosion will be slowed down. Then measuring the particles again with quick laser pulses could find the particles back to being intact as particles again, as though they did not explode, do to the observer effect. Another experiment would involve, allowing the entangled electron and positron particles to oscillate exploding and not exploding at the same time inside the Boson-Einstein condensation and measuring with the right frequency of laser pulses to cause explosion non-explosion superposition oscillation which may create a quantum black hole do to the particles sending information faster than the speed of light to each other. A third experiment would be taking entangled particles like an electron and positron holding one entangled twin positron in a magnetic field, then taking its entangled twin the electron and firing it into the Boson-Einstein condensation along with antimatter to annihilate the electron while taking measurements of the electron entangled twin the positron trapped in the magnetic field. The positron may collapse or implode, like a reverse version of hawking radiation.