NEOCLASSICAL PHYSICS AND QUANTUM GRAVITY
Imagine that nature emerges from a Euclidean 3D void space populated with immutable oppositely charged Planck spheres, which we call the electrino and the positrino. These are the only carriers of energy, in electromagnetic and kinetic form. They observe classical mechanics and Maxwell’s equations. Nature overlays Euclidean space (Map 1) with a lightly interacting Riemannian spacetime æther (Map 2). 𝗡𝗣𝗤𝗚 is compatible with GR, QM, and ΛCDM observations, while providing a superior narrative that explains nature and the universe.
For 𝗡𝗣𝗤𝗚 basics see: Idealized Neoclassical Model and the NPQG Glosssary.
In this post, we’ll go through an Alan Guth cosmology lecture and show how to transform the ΛCDM narrative of cosmology into a sensible model of reality using NPQG.
While you watch this video, use the following translation table to transform the lecture into the NPQG cosmological model, which is far more parsimonious, sensible, logical, and more than likely very close to the truth.
|Guth / ΛCDM Terminology||NPQG Transformational Terminology|
|Multiverse||Observable universe containing billions/trillions of galaxies|
|Age of universe 13.8B years.||Age of photons from farthest observable galaxy local mini-bang/inflation events that we call the CMB.|
|Negative energy||The energy in an SMBH Planck core that while inside the Planck core is not counted on the mass accounting ledger, yet is entirely conserved, and reappears in a galaxy local mini-bang/inflation event via the SMBH jets.|
|Eternal inflation||Parallel and intermittent galaxy local mini-bang/inflation events|
Note that SMBH event horizon resealing is the end to a galaxy local mini-bang/inflation event.
Each galaxy may have ongoing and intermittent such events.
|Universe expansion||Galaxy local expansion.|
Galaxies expand INTO one another
|Gravitational repulsion||No such thing in NPQG, but the concept maps to galaxy local inflation/expansion.|
|Hubble tension||Galaxy local expansion.|
Hubble rate is expected to vary.
|Omega (flat, open, closed)|
Omega measured as 1 to high accuracy.
|Omega = 1 because foundation is Euclidean space and spacetime æther is an emergent construct|
|Accelerating universe||Galaxy local expansion|
|Negative pressure||Inflation of Planck plasma in SMBH jet followed by continuing expansion of spacetime æther until encountering the opposing expansion from neighboring galaxies.|
|Energy from Planck core that breaches SMBH event horizon as Planck plasma jets and drives galaxy local mini-bang/inflation/expansion.|
|Dark matter||Particles comprising spacetime æther that gain energy around concentrated matter-energy.|
|Energy density constancy during inflation, despite increasing volume||Driven by ‘off the ledger’ energy reservoir in SMBH Planck cores.|
|5 billion year point for accelerating universe.||Not yet known in NPQG. |
Could 5B year point be related to galaxy local cycles? Is there any relation to MOND?
|Quantum vacuum||Spacetime æther|
|No shortest wavelength in QFT and resulting divergence. |
Cutoff at Planck scale.
QFT estimate of vacuum energy 120 order of magnitude off.
|Cutoff is Planck scale.|
QFT vacuum calculation matches the energy density calculation for a Planck core.
See Planck Core Energy
This solves the cosmological constant problem.
|The popular egg model with protruding funnel of Big Bang / inflation is wrong because Big Bang / inflation were everywhere.||Everywhere = billions/trillions of galaxy local minibang/inflation processes.|
The ‘egg’ model is fairly close to correct – the simple correction is that the egg is the Planck core of the SMBH in an active galactic nuclei and that we need two funnels, one for each jet emerging from the poles of the SMBH.
|Big Bang / Inflation does not explain precursor of particles that emerge.||NPQG teaches that electrinos and positrinos are conserved and that they are supplied to the mini-bang / inflation event from the Planck core of an SMBH.|
|The standard inflationary big bang theory includes a timeline of what happens when, starting with some very small time scales.||Not yet determined in NPQG. I first need to understand if the times are expressed from the perspective of an observer in low gravity spacetime or are those relativistic times that an imaginary observer with rod and clock in the middle of the maelstrom would observe?|
|Large scale uniformity in the universe. |
CMB variation 1 part in 100,000.
|Billions/Trillions of galaxies in observable universe going through a similar process that starts with a Planck core. A Planck core has 1 microstate (not counting faults, etc.). So all of these processes have essentially the same starting point.|
Hopefully this post has been enlightening and led you to new insights.
J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : August 1, 2020 : v1