Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
March 19, 2023
Physical nothing, a new definition of fundamental particle, symmetry in hidden layers of physics
Ever since Aristotle realized the behavior of all physical phenomena cannot be explained with four obvious elements, and introduced the perfect element of ether into natural philosophy, until today, when the standard model of fundamental particles forms the basis of quantum physics, knowing the hidden layers of nature was and is the concern of physicists. In modern physics, the quantum vacuum is considered equivalent to ether. But no theory has been involved in the hidden layers of the universe as much as the string theory. Some supporters of string theory conclude from the symmetries of string theory that time has no beginning and end. However, string theory has not been able to provide a physical explanation for hidden layers that can establish a physical relationship between the visible universe and its hidden layers.