Subject: The origin of 3-D space and its "dark energy"
Date: Mon, 04 Apr 2005 15:36:19 +0300
From: Dimi Chakalov <>
To: Daniel Sepunaru <>

Dear Dr. Sepunaru,

I am respectfully requesting information on the following issue.

I read with great interest your recent paper, in which you showed that  the Zitterbewegung of the Dirac electron can be eliminated [Ref. 1, pp. 20-22].

Perhaps you or some of your colleagues can help me understand another puzzle: the absence of any *physical* interaction of positive and negative mass.

If we follow the ideas of Milo Wolff [Ref. 2], perhaps it could be possible to suggest a cancellation of two gravitational waves a la Cramer [Ref. 3],

That is, "after" the hand-shaking of the two waves, a point-like solution of purely positive mass will be realized at the center of rotation, while the Zitterbewegung will display the so-called dark energy expanding the metric of spacetime with constant acceleration (sources say).

This is a very complicated issue to me, because Einstein's GR does not incorporate all possible "particles" [Ref. 4], and I was never able to understand the so-called positivity mass theorems,

Briefly, I wonder if it is possible to build a 3-D space & dark energy with some "virtual" gravitational waves: two gravitational wave polarizations and their time derivatives,

I wonder if you or your colleagues have heard of such speculations. I'm writing this only because I believe in Ted Newman's H-space,

Perhaps the "polarization" of the true quantum-gravitational vacuum can produce two worlds of positive and negative mass, and the latter will chase the former with constant acceleration,

Hence this "polarization" could be The Beginning: a very quiet and smooth creation of the universe, since the combined mass of negative matter & positive matter is zero, and no energy would be released in the initial state of [John 1:1].

It's a long way to go though, and I hope you or some of your colleagues could help.

Kindest regards,

Dimi Chakalov


[Ref. 1] Daniel Sepunaru, On the problem of Zitterbewegung of the Dirac electron, physics/0504008 v1.

"c) In the present discussion we consider masses as external phenomenological parameters. However, the structure of octonion quantum mechanics with complex scalar product suggest natural mechanism to generate masses of the fundamental fermions as energy gaps obtained after splitting states of initially degenerated two-level physical system."

[Ref. 2] Milo Wolff (22 November 1997), The Physical Origin of Electron Spin,

"1.2. Spherical Rotation

"Rotation of the inward wave at the center to become an outward wave is an absolute requirement to form a particle. Rotation in space also has requirements. Any mechanism that rotates (and creates the quantum "spin") must not destroy the continuity of the space. The curvilinear coordinates of the space near the particle must participate in the motion of the particle. Fortunately, nature has provided a way - known as spherical rotation - a unique property of 3D space. In mathematical terms, this mechanism, according to the group theory of 3D space, is described by stating that the allowed motions must be represented by the SU(2) group algebra which concerns simply-connected geometries.

"Rotation of the inward waves involves this astonishing spherical-rotation property of 3D space. It permits an object structured of space, to rotate about any axis without rupturing the coordinates of space. After two turns space regains its original configuration. This property allows the electron to retain spherical symmetry while imparting a quantized "spin" along an arbitrary axis as the spherical waves continually move inward and outward.

"It is an awesome thought that if 3D space did not have this geometric property of spherical rotation, particles and matter as we know them could not exist."

See also:
Milo Wolff, Origin of the Natural Laws in a Binary Universe,

"12. The Physical Mechanism of Spin

"It turns out this happens using a known[12] property of 3D space called spherical rotation in which space rotates continually around a point and returns to its initial state after two turns. In spherical rotation there is no fixed axis like cylindrical rotation of a wheel. Spherical symmetry is preserved because the center of rotation is a point. One direction of rotation produces the electron, the other the positron. This is why every charged particle has an anti-particle.

"Batty-Pratt & Racey[11] (1980) analyzed spherical rotation and showed that an exponential oscillator, e^iwt, was a spinor. Wolff[8] realized in 1989 that the exponential in-out oscillator waves of the WSM were the real physical spinors satisfying the Dirac Equation. It is significant that only 3D space[12] has this remarkable property. If this real property of 3D space did not exist, particles and matter could not exist. Life and the universe as we know it could not exist."

[Ref. 3] J. Cramer, The Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, Reviews of Modern Physics 58, 647 (1986).

[Ref. 4] Ya.P. Terletsky, Paradoxes in the Theory of Relativity, New York: Plenum, 1968;

Note: Download the letters of Daniel Sepunaru and Martin Rivas here (Letter2Chakalov1.doc, 89,600 bytes). I thank Daniel Sepunaru for sending me these highly intriguing letters, and for his permission to post them on this web site.

D. Chakalov
April 25, 2005

The development during the present century is characterized by two theoretical systems essentially independent of each other: the theory of relativity and the quantum theory. The two systems do not directly contradict each other; but they seem little adapted to fusion into one unified theory. For the time being we have to admit that we do not possess any general theoretical basis for physics which can be regarded as its logical foundation.

If, then, it is true that the axiomatic basis of theoretical physics cannot be extracted from experience but must be freely invented, can we ever hope to find the right way? I answer without hesitation that there is, in my opinion, a right way, and that we are capable of finding it. I hold it true that pure thought can grasp reality, as the ancients dreamed.


Words or language, as they are written or spoken, do not seem to play any role in my mechanism of thought. The physical entities which seem to serve as elements of thought are certain signs and more or less clear images which can be reproduced and combined.

Albert Einstein, 1954


Note: My IP has been blocked by "SpamCop users have reported system as a source of spam less than 10 times in the past week".

Good job, SpamCop users. I know who you are. You will pay billions of U.S. dollars and euro for chasing ghosts. I'm fine.

D. Chakalov
April 4, 2005, 21:48:15 GMT


Subject: Void nodes and "dark energy"
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 12:13:55 +0300
From: Dimi Chakalov <>
To: Pavel V Kurakin <>,
     George G Malinetskii <>
CC: John Cramer <>,
     Andrei Khrennikov <>,
     Serguei Krasnikov <>,
     Alex <>
BCC: [snip]

Dear Pavel and George,

In "Hidden variables and hidden time in quantum theory", quant-ph/0504089 v2, you wrote: "I suppose that it is possible to construct vacuum (hidden) node in such a way, that it is composed of 2 "true" nodes with different signs. I.e., I suppose that vacuum node is composed of 1 virtual electron and 1 virtual positron."

And in "Conversational (dialogue) model of quantum transitions", quant-ph/0504088 v2: "We suggest that void nodes may effectively "consist" of two physical nodes with opposite charges. This pairing of opposite charges is analogous to electron positron pairs in the vacuum."

I wonder if you plan to elaborate further on your void nodes, in such a way that they would include all kinds of particles, after Yakov Terletsky,

Bottom line is to explain the absence of any *physical* interaction of positive and negative mass,

The way I see it, the ultimate challenge is to model the 3-D space in Einstein's GR as an *emergent* phenomenon (C.J. Isham and J. Butterfield, gr-qc/9901024),

The idea is that every 3-D "slice" of the vacuum, which we call '3-D space', is occupied by a set of "already" actualized physical constituents, which have "already" passed the atemporal hand-shaking (J. Cramer) of two virtual/mirror worlds with inverted spacetime basis,

Hence the void nodes of the vacuum may be the "source" of the so-called
dark energy,

To cut the long story short, see the "mirror" translation/rotation of Milo Wolff at

Perhaps you can suggest new "mirror" translations of the vacuum, which could create three kinds of masses, after Yakov Terletsky (cf. above).

I'm a big fan of John Cramer's Transactional Interpretation of QM, and I believe there could a lot more new physics in the atemporal, hand-shaking mechanism, which I call 'global mode of spacetime',

Perhaps it is responsible for the "emergence" of a static luxonic slice of the true quantum-gravitational vacuum, which we call '3-D space': one 3-D slice at-a-time, driven by the "dark energy" of the global mode of spacetime,

Best regards,

Many things are incomprehensible to us not because our comprehension is weak, but because those things (sii veshti) are not within the frames of our comprehension.

Kozma Prutkov


Subject: Re: Void nodes and "dark energy"
Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 12:22:24 +0300
From: Dimi Chakalov <>
To: Pavel Kurakin <>
CC: George G Malinetskii <>

On Fri, 13 May 2005 12:46:10 +0400, Pavel Kurakin wrote:
> Hi!
> Thank you for interest in our work. At the moment I am interested in
> developing other features of our hidden time hypothesis, not around
> void nodes. Still, I will be very gratefull if you inform me about any
> new thoughts around void nodes.

I believe this is the subject of my web site.

> Serving to Soviet Union
> P. V. Kurakin

May God be with you.