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China's Advanced Sciences

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    Dongshan He and the Wuhan Physics team solved four important problems

    When a mathematical proof can simultaneously answer many important and perplexing physics questions, there is a high probability that it is correct.

    1. Where did the universe come from? Dongshan He and the Wuhan Physics team mathematically proved that our universe can spontaneously arise from quantum foam. They are the first in the world to write a mathematical proof.

    2. Where did "inflation" come from? In 1980, Alan Guth posited the universe briefly expanded faster-than-light (or inflation theory) to prevent the universe from re-collapsing gravitationally upon itself. Also, inflation explains the relatively uniform cosmic microwave background radiation.

    However, there were many skeptics during the 1980s who didn't believe in inflation. They asked: "What triggered inflation and why did it stop?" Alan Guth and others could not answer these questions. Since scientists don't believe in magic, if you can't explain the mechanism then you don't really have the answer.

    Dongshan He and the Wuhan Physics team solved the problem by "[proving] that, once a small true vacuum bubble is created, it has the chance to expand exponentially."

    3. What is Dark Energy? Dongshan He and the Wuhan Physics team's mathematical proof provides an important clue. "This new equation allows for some extremely interesting insights into the universe. The hypothesis explains dark energy, the energy that is causing the expansion of spacetime, as a quantity called quantum potential."

    4. Can you prove that Dark Energy (or quantum potential) is based on pilot-wave theory? Potentially "yes." Dongshan He and the Wuhan Physics team's mathematical proof allows for differentiation between pilot-wave theory and current quantum mechanics.

    "All of the predictions made by pilot-wave are either identical to the more widely accepted interpretation of quantum theory, or the predictions are not testable. That is, until this new derivation from WIPM was released."
     
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    Think china education may be inferior. So there are no chinese top rankers in google, microsoft etc.
     
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    China announces 3-axis gyroscope SoC (System on Chip)

    "Hua Hong Semiconductor, a pure-play 200mm foundry, and Shanghai Quality Sensor Technology (QST) have jointly announced what they claim is the first 3-axis gyroscope SoC developed and manufactured by China-based firms."
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    Hua Hong Semiconductor, QST announce 3-axis gyroscope SoC | DigiTimes

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