July 3, 2014

Mathematical ball as a composite set of surfaces. Analogy for real vs virtual quanta?

Filed under: Letters from Ionia — Tags: , , , , — zankaon @ 12:59 pm

For mathematical ball, is the surface included in the definition of ball? Might one describe such ball as a set of surfaces; hence a composite/component? Thus the surface construct is always included in the definition of a ball.

Analogously, can one consider a real quantum as a composite of virtual quanta, most revealed on finer scale, such as for nearer to Planck scale; wherein the distinction between real (fermion mass spectrum?) and virtual becomes blurred?


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