An experiment which could confirm the fifth state of matter in the universe - and change physics as we know it - has been published in a new paper from the dafabet手机版.
物理学家 梅尔文Vopson博士 has already published research suggesting that information has mass and that all elementary particles, 已知的宇宙中最小的组成部分, 储存自己的信息, 类似于人类的DNA.
Now he has designed an experiment - which if proved correct - means he will have discovered that information is the fifth form of matter, 与固体, 液体, 气体和等离子体.
Dr Vopson said: “This would be a eureka moment because it would change physics as we know it and expand our understanding of the universe. But it wouldn’t conflict with any of the existing laws of physics.
“It doesn’t contradict quantum mechanics, electrodynamics, thermodynamics or classical mechanics. All it does is complement physics with something new and incredibly exciting.”
Dr Vopson’s previous research suggests that information is the fundamental building block of the universe and has physical mass.
This would be a real eureka moment because it would change physics as we know it and expand our understanding of the universe.
He even claims that information could be the elusive dark matter that makes up almost a third of the universe.
He said: “If we assume that information is physical and has mass, and that elementary particles have a DNA of information about themselves, dafabet官方网址怎么证明呢? My latest paper is about putting these theories to the test so they can be taken seriously by the scientific community.”
Dr Vopson’s experiment proposes how to detect and measure the information in an elementary particle by using particle-antiparticle collision.
He said: “The information in an electron is 22 million times smaller than the mass of it, 但dafabet官方网址可以通过删除来衡量信息的内容.
“We know that when you collide a particle of matter with a particle of antimatter, 它们相互湮灭. And the information from the particle has to go somewhere when it’s annihilated.”
The annihilation process converts all the remaining mass of the particles into energy, 典型的γ光子. Any particles containing information are converted into low-energy infrared photons.
In the study Dr Vopson predicts the exact energy of the infrared photons resulting from erasing the information.
Dr Vopson believes his work could demonstrate how information is a key component of everything in the universe and a new field of physics research could emerge.