and QUANTUM GRAVITY
Given energetic immutable point charges permeating a flat Euclidean space and time, emergence creates our universe.
NPQG unifies GR and QM and transforms ΛCDM.
I’ve recently simplified the terminology of NPQG to describe the electrino and positrino as energy carrying point charges. By way of nature implementing a maximum electromagnetic field strength at a Planck scale radius of Lp/tau from each point charge center, there is a surrounding sphere of immutability. Thus we can deduce that point charges are conserved. The sphere of immutability is what guarantees that there are no singularities in the universe. None.
So how do these indestructible point charges behave? The point charges obey classical mechanics combined with standard electromagnetism. Coulomb’s law defines forces of attraction and repulsion which are based upon fields that each point charge continuously emits. So things bounce around, some patterns form, sometimes a pattern is stable for a while and we call that structure. At very high energies, extremely stable patterns form that we call protons, neutrons, electrons, photons, and neutrinos. Then there are the point charges that somehow lose almost all of their energy. They sort of lazily float around and form little charged dipoles that spin and those dipoles bounce into one another and sometimes there are other low energy constructs made of point charges, like super low energy photons or neutrinos.
So all of that is pretty straightforward, right? Well there are a few curve balls nature throws in that may well be why the universe behaves the way it does. Here is my Version 1.0 vision for the fine print on the operations manual of a point charge. The next step will be to write the math to implement this and see if it mates with the state of the art math in physics. Then revert and repeat until everything makes sense.
- Each point charge’s sphere of immutability is implemented by a maximum electromagnetic field one Planck radius (Lp) from each point charge.
- Another way to say maximum electromagnetic field is to say minimum combined permittivity and permeability. How much more field can be present in the volume? This is what defines the speed of light c that an observer in Euclidean flat space would see. In Einstein’s general relativity, c is a constant, while in NPQG c is a variable. It is really two ways to look at the same universe.
- If the Planck sphere that defines the surface of a point charge is the definition of maximum electromagnetic field then no electric or magnetic fields may pass through the Planck sphere surrounding a point charge. This factor plays an important role in SMBH Planck cores, and mass ‘shielding’ may play other roles in the universe from standard matter particles to observations of photons and neutrinos. That will be all new science.
- Each point charge responds to the vector sum of the electromagnetic fields it receives from all other point particles in the universe, less any fields that were blocked by point charges. This is important, what with mass hiding in SMBH Planck cores. Keep in mind that electromagnetic fields fall with the square of the distance from the source.
- When each particle receives electromagnetic fields these are vectors and if you traced them backwards towards the source, you would find that the source had moved. It may have moved an infinitessimal amount if it is nearby and relatively slow, or it may have moved a lot if it is traveling at high speeds or far away. General relativity also addresses this issue and it is illustrated in this diagram from the Feynman Lectures.
It puzzles me greatly that I can not find a standard treatment of rotating charged point charges in the scientific literature. Why not? Isn’t that an obvious subject to study given the similarity of Coulomb’s law to the law of gravitation? I would have thought there would be a whole field studying the N-body motion of charged point particles. Maybe I haven’t searched the correct terms. Oh, just found something I’ll have to dig into.
The motion of a point electric charge in flat spacetime was the subject of active investigation since the early work of Lorentz, Abrahams, Poincaré, and Dirac , until Gralla, Harte, and Wald produced a definitive derivation of the equations motion  with all the rigour that one should demand, without recourse to postulates and renormalization procedures.Poisson, E., Pound, A. & Vega, I. The Motion of Point Particles in Curved Spacetime. Living Rev. Relativ. 14, 7 (2011). https://doi.org/10.12942/lrr-2011-7
Let’s turn our attention to one of the most primitive constructs that emerges in the universe which is the rotating point charge dipole. Also, let’s apply the Feynman lesson from above regarding the direction of the apparent source of the field. Interestingly this appears to be a stable particle. It looks like a dynamo or flywheel and it has a mechanism to store energy. It may also help us define mass! It has a number of other special properties we’ll discuss. I also suspect that this is the tau neutrino. In combintion tau dipoles can act like gyroscopes!
The diagram shows positive and negative point charges orbiting each other and it also shows the apparent direction of the electric fields emitted by each point charge. Theta, radius, point charge velocity and energy are all related. As energy is gained, speed increases, causing a relativistic effect θ which rotates the electric force, which causes r to shrink to balance the electric and magnetic forces on the axis θ=0.
As θ increases each point charge nears the opposite charge’s apparent location, and thus the E and B fields are stronger, which is part of the energy storage mechanism. The distance tau is determined by the local speed of light. In Einstein’s geometry c is constant. In nature c varies.
The transformation hinges on whether the math treats the speed of electromagnetic radiation as a constant or a variable. The curvy spacetime of general relativity is implemented by the radius and frequency of the tau dipole. The absolute distance along the chord tau is known as the contracted length in general relativity. The absolute time to make one revolution of the dipole is known as dilated time in general relativity.
I think this construct incorporates feedback. My expectation is that one-half Planck’s constant h J⋅s is a tipping point between quantum levels. A pole. The quanta of course being Planck’s constant h J⋅s which is the basic unit of electromagnetic action and is measured in Joule-seconds. This makes sense because the dipole is both a clock and a ruler.
Awesome, so nature is continuous and the quantum of energy is emergent. I’m thinking we have a lot of equations that apply here, known endpoints at 0 and the Planck frequency, and way too many constants.
Quantum mechanics is dead! Long live quantum mechanics! Yep, we have crushed a theoretical foundation of quantum mechanics and at the same time restored faith in quantum mechanics because uncertainty is based on a tipping point, a mathematical concept.
Quantum mechanics did not understand that there is a layer below their quantum, a universe of point charges that interact continuously via classical mechanics and electromagnetics informed by new theoretical insights. One emergent construct is the energy quanta storing point charge dipole. The quanta of energy is emergent!
I need to (re)learn linear systems. It makes sense that some emergent point charge constructs may have linear systems like behaviour especially with regards to stability and energy storage. Note that linear systems satisfy the property of superposition.
Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity is a metaphorical singularity that signals the dawn of a new era for life from Earth and the planet itself. We will see a continuous ramp in technologies that improve well-being, reduce suffering, and generate abundance cleanly and ultra-efficiently.
The point charge dipole is an emergent construct that has an absolutely incredible set of capabilities :
- Energy Accumulator / Accountant
- Variable Duration Clock — Einstein’s time
- Variable Unit Ruler — Einstein’s length
- Reusable object for construction of standard matter
- The tau neutrino
- Can participiate in containment shells made from tau dipoles following their Euclidean world lines.
- Can function in groups as a gimbal to preserve momentum.
- Three dipoles makes for containment in three dimensions as in a Generation 1 fermion.
- Two dipoles makes for 2D containment in a Generation 2 fermion.
- One dipole makes for 1D containment in a Generation 3 fermion.
In the Euclidean frame of background void space, the speed of light varies as the inverse of the square root of permittivity x permeability. Permittivity and permeability vary depending on local electromagnetic field strength.
The impedance of free space Z is given by the ratio of electric to magnetic field strength which equals the square root ( permeability / permittivity ). This eliminates a constant of nature. Z0 is the impedance of very low temperature spacetime aether.
Coulomb’s number Ke is no longer a constant of nature because it is given by 1 / (4 * pi * permittivity) and permittivity decreases with the distance to a point charge. At close range the electric field is proportional to r**-n and n >2!
The fine structure constant, alpha, varies as Z over 2 * h, where h is the Planck constant. Z is given by the ratio of electric to magnetic field strength which equals the square root ( permeability / permittivity ). Hence, I’m thinking that the fine structure number varies.
Once you understand that spacetime is a construct of point charges, and they behave like spinning dipoles, you can examine the Universe from the comfortable position of a Euclidean 3D volume with distance and time measured in absolute units that are valid everywhere.
J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : December 15, 2020
References from a quote above.
Dirac, P.A.M., “Classical theory of radiating electrons”, Proc. R. Soc. London, Ser. A, 167, 148, (1938). (Cited on pages 9, 11, and 111.)
Gralla, S.E., Harte, A.I. and Wald, R.M., “A Rigorous Derivation of Electromagnetic Self-force”, Phys. Rev. D, 80, 024031, (2009). [DOI], [arXiv:0905.2391]. (Cited on pages 9, 136, 137, and 165.)
Rohrlich, F., Classical Charged Particles, (World Scientific, Singapore; Hackensack, NJ, 2007), 3rd edition. [Google Books]. (Cited on page 9.)