I have been accumulating a mountain of ideas and questions that have now achieved very high entropy as far as organization and very low openness because they are just ‘notes to self’ that I send myself in email, or a list of blog post ideas, or open web page tabs, or saved links. It feels like time to start chipping away at that pile and record those thoughts in a set of stream of consciousness posts. Some of these thoughts and ideas are ‘brain-farts’ as my former colleague and friend Dr. P. Keith Muller was fond of saying, as a way of encouraging innovation, while being open that we should just let the ideas out, no matter how impractical they sound. There is often some aspect that sparks another idea and another and before long you have an enormous conflagration and you understand how the universe works. So here goes…
I asked this on the PBS SpaceTime Discord : “Is anyone here aware of any research that indicates Coulomb’s (so called) “constant” increases at very high energies? That would make the electric force stronger at small radius i.e., proportion to r-n where n is >2. The reason I ask is that I am wondering if combined permittivity and permeability decrease with radius, essentially implementing a maximum total electromagnetic field strength. If this rings any bells please let me know. Thank you.”
This is an important question because I am currently imagining implementing the immutability barrier around each point charge with a maximum electromagnetic field strength. This would influence the energy required for a neighbor charge to approach closely. To implement a maximum electromagnetic field strength I am thinking there needs to be a lower bound on some measure of combined permittivity and permeability. And circling back, the so-called Coulomb ‘constant’ is expressed as the inverse of 4 * pi * permittivity. In NPQG permittivity is a variable. I haven’t figured out the equations for permittivity and permeability. I suspect that each individually may be a expressed as a ratio of field strength to max field strength. I’m not sure how to combine them yet. It should become obvious as I work more on the math.
A comment I made on the PBS SpaceTime discord. Nothing new here, just logging it.
In my alternative theory of the universe, NPQG, the bang/inflation is galaxy local, driven by the SMBH in each galaxy. Makes sense right?Stuff goes in, and if not for that pesky horizon issue, stuff would come out and it would cycle around in a galaxy. When it comes out it would be very energetic and would inflate and continue cooling as expansion, and each galaxy would expand toward its neighbor galaxy and likewise they in return. So that what stops eternal inflation and also explains how you can have expansion everywhere without the universe growing. This theory relies on the ability of dense energy-matter to breach the event horizon at the poles and jet. This seems eminently reasonable to me considering physics admits it doesn’t understand the interior of black holes (observability issue), doesn’t know how to blend GR and QM, and that GR is based on pure math rather than a physical understanding. NPQG offers much better narratives and a physical implementation of the universe as immutable point charges with maximum field density at the one Planck length radius, defining a Planck radius sphere. That immediately eliminates all singularities in the universe, which is a good thing for a theory.
The Tau Transformation : My latest thoughts advancing NPQG. The math is starting to flow, now that I believe I basically understand the point charge dipole mechanism. Yesterday, I eliminated four constants of nature and pulled the foundation out from under GM and then put it back properly. Every day is a good day to get in on the ground floor of the new NPQG era. I can see that this latest leap in understanding is about to unleash a flurry of discoveries.
The Koide Formula. Like many other enthusiasts, I find it fun to look at observations that may be numerology or may be some clue about nature. As a matter of due diligence I think it is important to examine the Tau tranformation construct and look for any correlations to Koide’s formula. It’s no big loss if it is not related though.
I am vaguely imagining that the tau dipole by nature of being a control system with feedback, avoids radius divergence that corresponds to more than one of electromagnetic action. In other words, for every Planck’s constant h J⋅s that goes in to the dipole, there is one click up or down on radius. I think the tau dipole is the tau neutrino. I think the muon neutrino is two tau dipoles, and the electron neutrino is three tau dipoles. The electron neutrino is quasi-stable so the three dipoles do a little electromagnetic dance that separates them and brings them back together. Our detectors and narrative call this neutrino oscillation.
I really love this new way to visually think about standard matter particles from Quanta. I think over the next few years this will become much clearer as we incorporate the point charge structure of the standard matter particles.
A fleeting thought : Standard candles are calibrated based on the brightness i.e., the number of photons coming from a supernova. Is it possible that the random path of a photon traversing galaxies, up the very low slope of spacetime energy as it enters, down the very low slope of spacetime energy exiting the galaxy, could this cause a brightness reducing dispersion not accounted for in LCDM?
In big news today, I crushed the foundation of quantum mechanics regarding uncertainty and showed it to be QM sitting over a pole in a system. Fortunately, sitting over a pole is a lot like uncertainty so their math is not impacted. This is a general pattern I am seeing in NPQG – it is able to offer an entirely new narrative that just plugs in to where GR/QM/LCDM models are confused.
This circuit stores energy in increments of Planck’s constant h J⋅s. The poles between each increment are what quantum mechanics terms ‘uncertainty’. All that is happening is that the point charge dipoles are changing frequency. Gee whiz. Calm down quantum mechanics!
I am listening to Frank Wilczek talk about axions and I wonder if those are the same thing as tau neutrinos and the point charge dipole. I think the point charge dipole, which is an emergent composite particle, would be very common throughout the universe. I expect that spacetime is based upon these dipoles or relatively low energy structures they may form.
The fine structure ‘constant’, alpha = ( e^2 ) * sqrt(permeability/permittivity) / 2h may not be a constant since permeability and permittivity are not constant. Since spacetime is made of point charges, alpha’s status as a constant is in jeopardy. I see no reason the ratio of permeability and permittivity should be a constant as measured at the point of action on each point charge.
Imagine you have a Euclidean void containing energetic Lp immutable point charges. At what point charge density and at what energy density do structures form? What is the phase diagram from 0 energy to Planck energy, by h? Do stable structures contain more energy to guarantee stability? Yes, we can be sure of that. What temperature does the surrounding soup of low energy point charges reach? It is the mass energy accumulated from the fields around each point charge in the structure. When structures form and interact – what are the mappings of the four forces to structure and the surrounding cold aether soup?
Every day I have a clearer vision of how the universe works. A system that recycles from simple ingredients to structure to ultimately dense structure back to simple energetic ingredients. Energy in, energy out. Point charges in, point charges out. It all makes sense, It’s all good. That said, Elon is right. We need to spread out, fast. The universe offers no guarantees.
Spacetime aether is chock full of charged dipole multifunction batteries with clock, ruler, and a guaranteed Planck’s constant h J⋅s energy counter. Yes, it’s basically that simple. Sometimes those dipoles and individual point charges make higher order structure. That’s it. That’s the universe. Fortunately for us, what emerges has led to intelligent individuals who can figure this out, unlock abundance, and hightail it off into the galaxy and beyond.
The point charge dipole is governed by many equations. This is going to be interesting. Discoveries await. Solve for permittivity and permeability.
J Mark Morris : San Diego : California