Emergent Universe

This book describes how neoclassical point charges produce nature and the universe. First we examine the technical error that led to the conclusion that nature could not be solved classically. An easy fix reveals a neoclassical assembly architecture for nature. Next we build point charge theory step by step while also mapping the ontology to general relativity and quantum mechanics and transforming the standard model of cosmology. Enjoy!

Nature is a Trickster

Introduction

The Foundation of Nature

Euclidean Time and Space
Unit Potential Point Charges
Modeling a Dynamical Geometry

Emergent Assembly

The Point Charge Dipole
The Noether Core
Assembly Theory
Energy
Forces
Mass
Time

Fermions

Anti-Matter
Electrons
Quarks
Neutrinos

Bosons

W and Z Bosons
Photons
Gluons
Higgs — Spacetime Aether
Redshift

Standard Model Assemblies

Cosmology

Gravity
Inflation, Expansion, Deflation
Black Holes
CMB

Philosophy of Science

Philosophy

Simulation

The Point Charge Era

Reconstructing Physics & Cosmology

Themes, Major Insights, Philosophical Implications, “Laws”

  • Splitting the quantum (the idea that the quantum results from an orbiting positive and negative unit potential point charges, i.e., a dipole)
  • The speed of the electric potential is the fundamental aspect that links space and time via the expanding Dirac potential spheres.
  • Absolute relativity, since a point charge with velocity = 0 carries true meaning, as opposed to everything being relative. Zero means zero relative to Euclidean time and space as there is no path history nor Dirac sphere stream emanating from path history while at rest.
  • The “aura” as a parsimonious term to encompass the scalar and vector potential at any (t,s) location.
  • The scientific method has failed in multiple ways for over 150 years and is in desperate need for updates from this era of debacle.
  • Nature is, at the most fundamental, extremely simple, straightforward, and easy to understand. Scientists have simply been mixed up in how they understand nature. Now that we understand the source code and can model emergent complexity, the NPQG era begins.

My Social Media Outreach Favourites

Dr. Lawrence Krauss

Dr. Kirsten Hacker

Kirsten has a Ph.D. in physics and worked in the particle physics field for two decades. She creates fiction novels (published on Amazon) as well as blogs and vlogs about physics that provide an alternative narrative in accessible language.

Dr. Becky

Dr. Paul Sutter

Dr. Sabine Hossenfelder

PBS Space Time

Dr. Brian Keating

My Responses to Physics and Cosmology Outreach

Dr. Stacy McGaugh

Social Media Dialogues

Seed a Euclidean garden with duos of point charges and a natural universe will emerge.

J Mark Morris

Papers

These are papers on NPQG from 2018/2019 that I attempted to publish in an academic journal. They are dated, but you can see the early vision.


Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity (NPQG) is an architecture of nature and the universe based upon the most parsimonious physical foundation and ingredients imaginable, simple physical laws, and emergence.

  • A density1 of immutable, equal and opposite, point charges. These are named the electrino and the positrino for consistency with emerged composite structures the electron and the positron.
  • A density2 of electromagnetic and kinetic energy carried by the point charges.
  • 4D Euclidean time and space. Flat, not curvy space and forward moving linear time.
  • Neoclassical mechanics — classical mechanics with no law that limits point charge speed.

NEOCLASSICAL PHYSICS
and QUANTUM GRAVITY
Given energetic immutable point charges permeating a flat Euclidean space and time, emergence creates our universe.
NPQG unifies GR and QM and transforms ΛCDM.

NPQG explains the fundamental natural basis for general relativity and quantum mechanics and bridges these theories and their observations. NPQG reveals many new insights about nature and the universe as well as errors in the theory and narrative conception of GR/QM/LCDM.

You are welcome to contact me with your ideas at npqg.inquiries@gmail.com.

J Mark Morris