A GRAVITON STUDY in Spinor-Space-Time
as an N= (6+1) or “7-Sphere Solution”
We are presenting a series of quantum mechanics models that were produced during a five-year Public Education Project hosted on Facebook known as String Theory Development group. The topics researched included M-Theory (string theory) and Applied Relativistic Physics as an exploration of Einstein's Field Equations. This animated model is a Camera fly through of a GRAVITON simulation, a Spinor-Space-Time Relativistic Model that incorporates the highest compactification of Particle Spin that has been modeled at this present time (5/6/2016).
We have a specialized software program that maps the coordinate functions of complex algebra into both path integrals and spinor constructs consistent as object rules for String Theory. We animate these now in HD and write papers in support of the principles shown. In the near future we will also publish the mathematics in formats used by physics for technical solutions to inertial mechanics, quantum computation and navigation.
Each paper and animation is limited to one principle and connects the experimental simulations together into one cohesive model for educational purposes. For fly-throughs of these identities (particles) we try to choose the most favorable symmetry states in order to gain information as to function, structure, charge and complexity. Here we revisit the FTL brane shown in other particles, and extend this to an extreme compactification that demonstrates the most compact and functional particle for spin, the Graviton . For more information, papers at Researchgate.net :