Strong, electric and gravity forces in a Virtual Universe, a Simulation Hypothesis

In this paper I describe an orbital model that replaces the strong, electric and gravitational forces with waves (virtual units of momentum) that resemble photons albeit of inverse phase such that notional orbit is replaced by a `physical' orbital. Thus there is no `empty space' within the atom or nucleus, an electron does not orbit around a nucleus but rather is maintained within an orbital region or path by the confines of this orbital (momentum) wave, likewise a gravitational orbit is the sum of the individual gravitational orbitals, the moon is not orbiting the earth, instead it is propelled by these orbital momenta, its path the vector sum of this momentum. As orbitals have different momentum densities, movement between orbitals requires a change in momentum, an orbital (momentum) buoyancy. Nuclear binding energy, ionization energy and escape velocity are measures of the momentum required to erase the orbitals. The Rydberg formula for example describes a 2-stage process of wave addition and subtraction, as such this model can replace abstract forces with wave mathematics and thus has application in universe simulations.
Keywords quantum gravity  graviton  gravitational orbitals  anti-photon  atomic orbital  nuclear orbital
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