The scientific method espouses predictions that may be tested. These come in several categories that have differing weight.
- A new prediction that diverges from existing theory and is then confirmed by experimental evidence carries the most weight.
- A post-diction that explains existing experimental observations which had not yet been explained carries strong weight.
- A post-diction that provides a superior reinterpretation of experimental observation carries medium weight.
- A post-diction which reconfirms interpretation of experimental observation without adding new insight, carries the least weight.
In this post, I’ll list a number of predictions of NPQG with commentary, including testability and post-diction potential.
|NPQG Prediction||Prediction Category||Commentary and Testability|
|There are two fundamental classical particle types in nature, with equal and opposite charge. NPQG calls these electrino and positrino.||1||Direct measurement of these particles is well beyond the experimental capability circa 2020. Indirect support of this prediction is possible.|
|The electrino and positrino are spherically immutable with a radius near the Planck length.||1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|The electrino and positrino are conserved, indestructible, and immutable.||1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|The electrino has -1/6 charge and the positrino has +1/6 charge.||1|
|While it is possible to have an imbalance in electrinos and positrino count in a composite particle, overall the number of electrinos is equal to the number of positrinos in the universe.||1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|Spacetime is implemented by physical particles that form an æther.||1|
|The universe’s background is an empty Euclidean void in 3D space and 1D time. |
It does not curve or interact.
It is immutable.
It has no known beginning nor end in space nor time.
|4||This can be inferred by a new understanding of how Einstein’s curvy spacetime is implemented. Also, superluminal black hole jets provide indirect evidence.|
|Information is not preserved in a black hole that contains a Planck core.||1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|A Planck core (or more broadly—a near Planck black hole core that contains particles with separations approaching Planck scale) may breach the event horizon of a black hole under sufficient conditions.||1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|A Planck core or near-Planck core may breach the event horizon in a collision of a black hole and other high energy objects, such as black holes or neutron stars.||1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|There are no wormholes.||1||You can’t test to prove a negative, but it is possible to create a complete theory that does not appeal to wormholes.|
|There is no singularity in a black hole.||This is already acknowledged by physicists, but they don’t yet understand the internals of black holes. You can’t test to prove a negative, but it is possible to create a complete theory that does not appeal to singularities.|
|The entropy of a Planck core is zero theoretically.|
Presumably there are defects or lack of pure regularity in a Planck core.
|1||Not observable. Supportable with theory only.|
|Energy is only carried by electrinos and positrinos. |
Point charges carry electromagnetic potential and kinetic energy.
|1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|Electrinos and positrinos make composite particles.||1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|All standard matter particles are composite structures of point charges.||1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|P and CP symmetry will be maintained when considering reactions with local spacetime particles.||1||Beyond 2020 scale of experimental testability. Indirect theoretical support of this prediction is possible.|
|The speed of light varies with the energy and the energy gradient of spacetime æther. |
Spacetime æther can be described with the emergent characteristics permittivity and permeability.
|1||Experimental validation is possible with a reinterpretation of astronomical observations.|
|Gravitational lensing is really refraction through variously energized spacetime æther around a massive object.||1||Experimental validation is possible with a reinterpretation of astronomical observations.|
|The universe is not expanding. Spacetime æther may flow locally. This may help explain the H0 tension.||4|
|A one-time inflationary Big Bang is not necessary to describe the universe.||4|
|The universe age is much greater than 13.8 billion years.||4||This fits much better with evidence from astronomical observation.|
|There are unaccounted forms of redshift and blueshift related to photon interaction with energy gradients in the spacetime æther.||4|
|All standard matter particles have a Noether core of 1, 2, or 3 electrino:positrino dipoles.|
The volumetric radius of Noether cores varies with energy according to the Lorentz equation.
|Time is implemented by the speed of the electrinos and positrinos in Noether cores.||1|
|Time can not go backwards.||1|
|Noether cores and Planck cores can shield gravitational mass. (mass hiding)||1|
|An ideal Planck core has one microstate.||1|
|Planck plasma jets emitting from a black hole can travel superluminally in regions where they have disintegrated spacetime aether.||4||Already measured, but cause not attributed correctly in some observations.|
|Many reactions described in the PDG (particle data guide) do not account for all reactions. They are missing the spacetime aether particle inputs and outputs.||4|
|Noether cores come in pro and anti configurations.|
There is no baryon asymmetry.
|The collapse of the wave function in a composite particle occurs when there is a quantized transfer of energy and a Noether core dipole adjusts its radius accordingly.||4|
|Composite particles implement a wave via the paths of the electrinos and positrinos in the particle shell. Wavelength is the linear distance travelled while the wave equation is traversed to a configuration symmetric with the starting point.||4|
|The electrino and positrinos in the Noether cores of particles continuously interact with an alternating ebb and flow of eledtromagnetic and kinetic energy, which we call gravitational waves. |
The accumulated energy of particle shells interaction waves causes spacetime æther particles to implement an energy accumulator of sorts that rises and falls as a function of impinging gravitational waves.
The gradient of Noether core energy in spacetime aether is the root cause of gravity.
Gravity is implemented by convection, such that matter-energy particles seek higher apparent energy spacetime æther.
|The CMB is simply red-shifted photons from high energy events some 13.8B years of photon travel time away.||4|
|The second law of thermodynamics can be rewritten as an equality when considering all particles, i.e., including spacetime æther. The total entropy of any reaction when accounting for all particles, including spacetime æther, is constant.||4|
|There are no magnetic monopoles to be found in nature.||1|
|Figure 1 illustrates the energy profile of spacetime æther. Imagine two equal ‘masses’ at top left and bottom right of the diagram. They will each be energizing spacetime æther proportional to 1/r2. Red=hot, white=medium, blue=cool. Spacetime æther is an accumulator for transient energy so you can see that in the center of the grid, the cells are lighter indicating that the sum of the two energy profiles is higher there than say out towards points A or B. This is the simple consequence of summing the two 1/r2 energy profiles. |
Prediction: Massy particles at A and B would be attracted to the highlighted area in the middle of the chart. They are equidistant to the two masses, so the temperature gradients towards the masses cancel out. However, both A and B detect more energetic spacetime towards the highlighted cell and will convect there. This is a differentiated idea that could potentially be testable.
|Generation I fermions contain the shielded energy of generation II and III fermions.|
Generation II fermions contain the shielded energy of generation III fermions.
J Mark Morris : San Diego : California