Pauli's Exclusion Principle - do fermions also exclude bosons?

Cycle

Pauli's Exclusion Principle - do fermions also exclude bosons?
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Reference my prior post:
Quote from Cycle on February 9th, 2017, 07:45 PM
EDIT: Ooooh, just had another thought, and I think I've been wrong about how matter and fields affect QVZPE field density. It's mind-bending, because I have to think in terms of energy density and gradient, while taking into account spacial expansion or contraction, while taking into account motion.

We all know what a Casimir cavity is... two closely-spaced plates which reject QVZPE field modes with wavelengths that don't fit exactly between the plates, thus causing an inward virtual photon pressure pushing the two plates together.

In other words, the vacuum expectation value outside the plates is higher than inside the plates, so the plates are pushed together.

An invariant-mass object rejects QVZPE field modes longer than its radius, just as all matter does, no matter its size (a particle of matter has a frequency hc/m, where h = Planck's constant. Longer waveforms (lower frequencies) simply cannot interact with particles, just as longer waveforms cannot enter a Casimir cavity).

For atoms, it's the transform of Schrodinger's zitterbewegung (quantum jitter) into de Broglie waves via vacuum polarization that sustains electron orbit and thus matter stability. The electric field at the Compton radius of an orbiting electron can be as high as 10e14 V/m, which I would imagine perturbs the in-phase QVZPE field modes quite a lot (vacuum polarization assembles around the point charge a surrounding halo of virtual fermions, thus changing the net vector of the perturbations of the quantum vacuum, thus transforming the transverse waves in the quantum vacuum into a circular (longitudinal) waveform that feeds energy to the electron to keep it sustained in its orbit despite the electron constantly throwing off virtual photons in the form of Larmor radiation).

The number of de Broglie waves of an orbiting electron must be an integer number (or a destructive-interference orbit is set up which causes the electron (always giving off Larmor radiation) to lose energy and drop in orbit until the de Broglie wavelength count is an integer number). This is the basis behind quantization, and hence the basis of all of Quantum Mechanics.

Electron motion in the intense electric field of the nucleus causes a Lorentz force on the electron due to the virtual photon (magnetic) interaction between electron and proton. This propels the electron at an angle to the nucleus, thereby sustaining the electron in its orbit. Thus, atoms are akin to the universe's tiniest electric motors, powered by the quantum vacuum.

Here's an analogy of the transform of Schrodinger's zitterbewegung into de Broglie waves:


Two pieces of matter separated by any distance act as Casimir cavity plates themselves... the closer together they get, the shorter the wave modes of QVZPE they reject between them, increasing the force imbalance pushing them together. This reduction in QVZPE field density between two particles of invariant matter causes an unequal force which pushes them together. So matter decreases QVZPE field density. It's almost as if matter "hollowed out" a 'more perfect' vacuum region for itself, and is held in that region by the QVZPE field modes it's rejecting. So those images of space-time contracting around matter would be wrong... it expands around matter.

This may be why physicists say that as you fall into a black hole, you take successively longer and longer to fall in the closer you get to the black hole... the matter in the black hole is expanding space around it successively more the closer you get to the black hole, slowing time down successively more.

So rather than this:

It may look like this (forgive my primitive graphics, I'm no artist):

or this, except imagine the space-time expanding out away from the planet all around it, rather than a divot in a 2-D plane:


An analogy would be light curving around the sun, which is what originally corroborated Einstein's General Relativity back on 29 May 1919... electromagnetic radiation follows the curvature of space-time, light is electromagnetic radiation (just as the QVZPE field is), it curves around an invariant mass object, just as the lines in my graphic above do.

Another confirmation of this is light's behavior as it traverses a gravity well... going into the gravity well, it blue-shifts, and going out of the gravity well, it red-shifts. That may be because the matter in that gravity well has decreased QVZPE field radiation density, thus the light wants to exceed c (just as it does in a Casimir cavity), but from our frame of reference it appears as though the light shifts more toward the blue end of the spectrum as it go into the gravity well, and vice versa as it leaves.

Another confirmation is that gravity is known as a negative potential energy... it's a "well" of lower stress-energy tensor (just as in a Casimir cavity), which causes attraction in attempting to balance that lower stress-energy tensor with the surrounding QVZPE field. As objects fall under the force of gravity, they give up their positive gravitational potential energy (ie: being farther from the gravitational center of the gravity well) for kinetic energy. When the object reaches the gravitational center, it has zero gravitational potential energy, but has converted that to other forms of energy.

This is likely the reason why gravity is a long-range but weak force... the QVZPE field permeates the universe, but the quantum vacuum field modes which are below the plasma frequency (and thus don't experience a negative index of refraction, and thus can interact with invariant matter because it's not exceeding c) are relatively weak (as compared to the ultra-high frequency wave modes which do exceed c due to that negative index of refraction, and thus are causing the universe to expand faster than c).

Now, we know that time slows down in a gravitational field (ie: reduced QVZPE field), which is why satellites have to account for a faster time due to not being as low in the gravity well of our planet. We also know motion slows time down, which is why satellites have to account for a slower time due to orbiting the planet. The two effects don't balance out, so both must be accounted for. If they weren't accounted for, our GPS satellites would give inaccurate GPS coordinates in only a day or so.

We also know that time slows down in a Casimir cavity. Velocity = distance / time. If time slows down, speed appears to increase (an object travels a given distance in less time, from our perspective)... and we know that photons shot through a Casimir cavity experience a velocity faster than c (that speed to which the universal medium of the QVZPE field constrains light).

So now lets look at magnets, the inflowing interface (where virtual photons enter the magnet from the QVZPE field) of a magnet is a reduced QVZPE field density, meaning time slows down. And the outflowing interface (where virtual photons come out of the magnet and are subsumed back into the QVZPE field) of a magnet is an increased QVZPE field density, meaning time speeds up. So I've had that backwards... I'll go through my prior posts and fix that. If you'll remember, I'd found that discrepancy in my thinking wherein I couldn't resolve that the effects of matter and magnetism were different on space-time, which lead to a months-long hiatus as my brain masticated the problem. Problem resolved.

energy/volume = energy density... the amount of energy stored in a region

The QVZPE field is isotropic, meaning its energy density attempts to remain homogeneous throughout all of space... if it's not, energy flows to try to make it so.

That means if matter causes a decreased QVZPE field radiation density, volume (space) must increase. Thus matter causes space to expand, which is why we get gravity wells that the celestial objects sit in. The graphic above showing space-time bending inward toward matter must be wrong.

Now looking at motion... we know motion causes time to slow down, just as a gravitational field does... so motion must also cause space to expand, from the point of view of the moving object. From the point of view of an outside observer, the effect translates into the moving object appearing to be compressed in the direction of travel.

This would mean that gravity and magnetism are two sides of the same coin (hence gravitoelectromagnetism), both are effects of QVZPE field radiation pressure. It would also indicate that the Casimir effect is either a gravitational or magnetic effect.

Whew! The universe is weird. But at least I've resolved the problem of how matter, motion and magnetism affect space-time.

The TL;DR takeaway is that a reduced QVZPE environment expands space and slows down time, and vice versa, no matter by which mechanism that QVZPE field radiation density was reduced or increased (by motion, by matter, or by magnetism).
Quote from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casimir_effect#cite_ref-6
In fact, at separations of 10 nm - about 100 times the typical size of an atom - the Casimir effect produces the equivalent of about 1 atmosphere of pressure (the precise value depending on surface geometry and other factors).
There's a reason why the Casimir effect (performed on the surface of our planet) produces the force equivalent to about 1 atmosphere of pressure at very close spacing of the cavity plates... for the same reason gravity creates 1 atmosphere of pressure on the surface of our planet. As I learn more about it, I'm leaning more and more toward gravity being an emergent phenomenon of the EM force.

Note, however, that with specific configurations of Casimir cavity plates, a repulsive effect can be created... likely because that configuration concentrates QVZPE wave modes between the plates, creating an increased QVZPE field tensor between the plates which causes them to repulse. You'll also note this is the same mechanism by which magnets attract or repulse, although magnetism works via the electromagnetic interaction field tensor, whereas gravity appears to work via the Higgs field tensor (the EM field and the Higgs field both being components of the quantum vacuum).

Now, given that an invariant-mass object rejects QVZPE field modes longer than its radius, just as all matter does (which is what "hollows out" space in space-time for that invariant-mass object by creating an encompassing region of lower QVZPE field radiation pressure), and given that the Pauli Exclusion Principle states that fermions cannot occupy the same quantum state and the same position at the same time, does the Pauli Exclusion Principle also extend to fermions 'excluding' (either wholly or partially) bosons (photons, W and Z particles, gluons and Higgs particles) from the fermion's position, or does this fall under another (possibly yet-unknown or unnamed) principle?

The QVZPE field is comprised of bosons (EM field and Higgs field), and invariant-mass matter (at least partially) rejects the QVZPE field to create a region of lower QVZPE field radiation pressure around that invariant-mass matter. Is there a principle similar to the Pauli Exclusion Principle which explains this, or is this something that doesn't have a principle attached to it yet?

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Ok, here's a 'DUH' moment... many physicists now believe that gravity is due to a cosmological 'Casimir effect' wherein the matter of two bodies exclude QVZPE wave modes between the two bodies, just as Casimir cavity plates exclude QVZPE wave modes between the plates, leading to a force imbalance which pushes the bodies together.

I'd surmised that it's because matter 'rejects' QVZPE wave modes longer than its radius, and that's partly true... each particle of matter blocks the QVZPE wave modes between itself and other particles, wave modes which do not exactly fit between the two pieces of matter, leading to a force imbalance.

So in actuality, it's not that matter is 'rejecting' QVZPE wave modes on the side of the matter from which the QVZPE wave mode originated, it's that the QVZPE wave mode is blocked between that matter and other matter in the plane of orientation of those two pieces of matter (remember, gravitational force is a vector force).

And a lower tensor leads to an attractive force as the isotropic nature of QVZPE attempts to balance that tensor.

Due to General Relativity, this also leads to space expanding around invariant matter, leading to gravity 'wells', described above.
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