Advances in the Theory of OrganizationJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 9)
Publication Date: 2021-09-05
Authors : Ing. Sisto Firrao; Politecnico di Milano;
Page : 28-31
Keywords : relationality; gluing; action and contraction; flexibility;
The quanta carry a charge in one or more of the fundamental forces, a charge that constitutes the sensory element that carries the information with which the quanta communicate and interact. Operating on quanta whose information structure is constituted by gravitational and electromagnetic charges, it is shown that with them it is possible to create aggregates in a limited number of simple compositional types. These aggregates, by virtue of their structure, which is wider and more articulated than that of the single quantum, present a more complex information and can therefore give rise in further aggregative processes to a growing number of associative typologies. The aggregation determines a mutual dependence between the components and gives rise to an action, transformation of mass into energy or a contraction, transformation of energy into mass. In the context of the phenomena we are dealing with, the transformation of energy into mass manifests itself as an increase in the strength of the aggregative connection. With the enlargement of the electromagnetic interaction, increasingly stronger aggregative bonds are created which ultimately determine the formation of what is called gluing aggregate in which the components lose their individuality and the aggregate behaves as a unit. Through the iteration of the gluing process we arrive at a complex system in which both sensory and state information of all the components circulate in a network of connections and which has the characteristic of "flexibility", that is, it can modify the macroscopic condition of state from that of action to that of contraction and vice versa. It is shown that this can explain certain quantum phenomena which, according to the current views of physics, are not compatible with the physics of macroscopic bodies.
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