Research Article

Quantum System Dynamics: Harnessing Constructive Resonance for Technological Advancements, Universal Matter Creation and Exploring the Paradigm of Resonance-induced Gravity

Sanjay Bhushan*

Published: 09 May, 2024 | Volume 7 - Issue 1 | Pages: 053-058

The complex dynamics of constructive resonance are the main topic of this quantum physics study, along with its implications for matter generation, the unification of quantum and classical knowledge, and important technological developments. Space-time is conceptualized in terms of an interwoven fabric in which both linear and non-linear patterns are recorded in an information field. According to this paradigm, basic particle interactions that result in the development of the material universe are referred to as "Constructive Resonance Waves." A five-dimensional cosmos is shaped by the introduction of Cosmic Information (CI), which is essential since it is a basic base vector related to the dimensions of space and time. The Resonance-Induced Information Force Field (RIIFF) and Constructive Resonance are two new theoretical concepts that are introduced in this paper.

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Constructive resonance; Matter creation; Cosmic information vector; Technological applications


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