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Unifying the Four Forces

There are many previously unsolved problems in physics which are or will be solved using the Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity model. In this post I’ll discuss the Four Forces.

There are many previously unsolved problems in physics which are or will be solved using the Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity (NPQG) model. In this post I’ll discuss the Four Forces.


WIKIPEDIA

THE GRAVITATIONAL FORCE

All particles are continuously and losslessly exchanging energy with neighbors via an interaction of their wave functions. Frequently, the neighbors are spacetime æther particles. When standard matter exchanges energy with æther we call that the mass of standard matter. Mass is based on the root-mean-squared (RMS) outstanding energy. Energy for mass is the ante that standard matter pays forward to exist. When standard matter provides RMS mass energy to the æther, it causes the æther temperature to rise. The gravitational energy wave falls off with the square of the distance, 1/r^2.

The gravitational force is simple convection.

THE WEAK FORCE

The weak force is primarily implemented by fragments of photons in reactions. Photons themselves are neutral particles and emit no electric flux per Gauss’s Law. Note that the formula uses the permittivity constant, which is a function of æther temperature in NPQG.

WIKIPEDIA

Fragments of photons may have net localized charge, and this is the weak force in reactions. It is weak because it involves only a few electrinos/positrinos and acts at short distance. The fragments are the W’s and Z bosons. 

The weak force merges with the electromagnetic force at high energy.

THE ELECTROMAGNETIC FORCE

The electromagnetic force is implemented by the photon and acts on electric charge at the scales of atoms and molecules, i.e., electrons and protons.

THE STRONG FORCE

WIKIPEDIA

The strong force is the magnetic field of the wave equation of particles. Considering that the electrino and positrino velocities are quite high, the magnetic field is strong and gives rise to the strong force. In particular, the æther structure surrounding a nucleus provide containment.

WIKIPEDIA

The strong force is used for two separate but related purposes. First to hold nucleons together. Second to hold nuclei together. It seems conceivable that these functions could either be provided by æther particles, or perhaps some special electrino/positrino configuration or shell(s) that function in these specific situations.

Consider the magic numbers of the periodic table. Is it possible that those are related to particular containment configurations. Yes, of course, that seems possible.

UNIFICATION OF THE FOUR FORCES

Credit: Colby College

Photons have a 6ε⊖/6ε⊕ composition of electrinos and positrinos and have a wide variety of energies and velocities. When photons lose enough energy they join other particles in the æther, with a black body radiation of 2.7 Kelvin. The force unification chart shows gravity beginning near 10-32 Kelvin and 10-43 seconds. It seems that the emergence of the gravity field may occur with photons.

PREDICTIONS AND HYPOTHESES

  • During Planck plasma inflation, æther may be implemented with high energy photons and neutrinos and axions.
  • Photons are neutral particles composed of 6ε⊖ and 6ε⊕ .
  • The weak force is the electric field of fragments of photons.
  • The strong force is the magnetic field of photons.
  • The gravitational force is simple convection due to mass heating æthers.

J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : June 17, 2019 : v1

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