NPQG Theory of Everything

Imagine that nature emerges from a 3D Euclidean space containing a density of immutable, energetic, charged Planck radius spheres that construct all matter and spacetime æther.
𝗡𝗣𝗤𝗚 explores this foundation for nature and how emergence produces our Universe.
GR, QM, and ΛCDM observables are retained, while narratives are transformed.

Welcome to a solution of nature that unifies general relativity (GR) and quantum mechanics (QM) and goes much farther than either. Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity (NPQG) is based upon the simplest nature possible:

  • Two Planck radius spheres, fundamental, immutable, equal and opposite, charged particles, the electrino and the positrino.
  • Electromagnetic and kinetic energy carried by the two fundamental particles.
  • 3D Euclidean space (flat, not curvy).
  • Maxwell’s equations and classical mechanics.

NPQG is entirely consistent with GR-QM era experimentation and math and may lead to closure of all known perplexing problems and paradoxes in physics and cosmology. Below is a table of contents of short articles describing NPQG.

My latest blog posts are also available in Recent Posts.




Quantum Gravity


Black Holes

Unsolved Problems in Physics


The New Era

Miscellaneous Topics

Dr. Lawrence Krauss

Reviews of and responses to Dr. Krauss’s outreach teachings.

Dr. Kirsten Hacker

Kirsten is a friend who 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. I often find that my efforts to imagine a universe from fundamental ingredients leads to a narrative of nature that is similar to what Kirsten describes.

Dr. Becky

Responses to Physics and Cosmology Videos and Articles

Social Media Dialogues

NPQG Book (in progress)

NPQG Book Outline

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Out of Date Papers

These are out of date papers on NPQG from 2018/2019 when I tried to play the game and publish in an academic journal. Since they are older, the ideas are rougher, not as integrated, and sometimes wrong. The blog posts are far more up to date. At this point, these papers are mainly historical point in time views of my progress (two steps forward, one step back) on NPQG. That said, you can definitely see that the fundamental ideas were in place very early on.

J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : 2018 – 2020