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Q-pid at a terminal

Sam's Q-pid is used to establish strands in the Chiral Network

A Q-pid is a necklace bearing a series of tag-engraved physics equations, containing all of the necessary security and operations protocols to integrate a terminal location into the Chiral Network. All established strand points are accessible to those bearing the required equations.

Sam is given a Q-pid upon undertaking his expedition across America.

List of equations Edit

Inscribed equations are processed in the following order, and include:

  1. $ \partial_t q = \underline{\underline{D}} \,\nabla^2 q + R(q) $
    Reaction-diffusion equation, represented in the general form.
  2. $ i \gamma^\mu \partial_\mu \psi(x) - m \psi(x) = 0 $
    Dirac equation, a part of quantum mechanics relating to Einstein's special relativity. It predicted the existence of antimatter.
  3. $ \phi = (\frac{\phi_1}{\phi_2}) $
    Higgs field equation, in a simplified form.
  4. $ G_\mu + \Lambda g_{\mu\nu} = \kappa T_{\mu\nu} $
    Einstein field equation, which describes gravitation, and notably uses Einstein's gravitational constant $ \kappa $.
  5. Quantum entanglement state.
  6. $ r_g = \frac{2 G M}{c^2} $
    Schwartzschild radius, the radius to which an object would have to be compressed (i.e., increasing its density without losing any of its mass) in order to turn it into a black hole.

After the above equations are processed, the Schrödinger equation and an equation related to Lagrangian density, along with others, are then additionally loaded and displayed.

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