Part 6 - Quantum Bridges /Curvature
As explained previously a Quantum bridge is any vector path within a Quantum Mainframe , a Quantum Bridge has magnitude and direction .
Quantum bridges have a conserved energy constant , any given point (x0, y0,z0,) of the vector path having a conserved point of relic light with a 1:1 ratio conservation max limit .
Quantum bridges are a necessity for transitional motion , when there is no bridge in place , transitional motion ''collapses'' . In simple terms this can be viewed as wave-function collapse .
The reason for the ''collapse'' is that once unbounded light within a Quantum Mainframe arrives at the edge of the mainframe , where conserved light meets empty space , the unbounded light becomes conserved by the empty space , becoming bounded to the space . In essence the transitional motion is stopped by an invisible wall .
Albert Einstein created the ideology on space-time curvature although this information was misunderstood and incomplete . Any given Quantum Bridge can curve relative to force and/or thermal current .
In simple terms a candle flame will create a thermal current , this current will curve a relative horizontal Quantum Bridge slightly in the direction of the current flow .