Quantized and/or Continuous?

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

Quantum mechanics led to a new way to consider nature as driven by energy quanta. While this is true of some emergent structures, energy is continuous in nature.

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The implementation of quantization is not understood by the theory of quantum mechanics. Let’s explore and differentiate what is quantized and what is continuous in NPQG.


  • Energy in electromagnetic and kinetic form.
  • Gravitational wave energy ebb and flow are continuous via the wave equation.
  • Position of a point charge in absolute space and time
  • Spacetime æther displacement due to gravity waves caused by high energy events.
  • The strength of electric and magnetic fields in absolute space and time around a point charge.
  • Absolute time (an abstract concept).


  • The Planck scale point charges, the electrino and the positrino,
  • Composite structures that emerge from energetic point charges.
  • Energy transfer between particles, in wave function harmonics.
  • Time experienced by a structure is related to the frequency of its constituent point charges in the outer dipole shell of its energy cores.


  • Particle energy is a sum of quantized energy and continuous energy ebb and flow. In particular, æther energy, which determines the strength of gravity, is a combination of both quantized and continuous energy.

J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : July 19, 2019

By J Mark Morris

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