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Phase Transitions Governed by the Fifth Power of the Golden Mean and Beyond

DOI: 10.4236/wjcmp.2020.103009, PP. 135-158

Keywords: Golden Mean, Phase Transitions, Hard-Hexagon Respectively Hard-Square Gas Model, Quantum Probability, Information Relativity Theory (IRT), ε-Infinity Theory, Superconductivity, Tammes Problem, Viral Morphology, Helical Microtubules, Janičko Number Sequence, Topological Quantum Computation, Fibonacci Lattice, Crystallography

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In this contribution results from different disciplines of science were compared to show their intimate interweaving with each other having in common the golden ratio φ respectively its fifth power φ5. The research fields cover model calculations of statistical physics associated with phase transitions, the quantum probability of two particles, new physics of everything suggested by the information relativity theory (IRT) including explanations of cosmological relevance, the ε-infinity theory, superconductivity, and the Tammes problem of the largest diameter of N non-overlapping circles on the surface of a sphere with its connection to viral morphology and crystallography. Finally, Fibonacci anyons proposed for topological quantum computation (TQC) were briefly described in comparison to the recently formulated reverse Fibonacci approach using the Janičko number sequence. An architecture applicable for a quantum computer is proposed consisting of 13-step twisted microtubules similar to tubulin microtubules of


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