I am brainstorming new ideas and accumulated thoughts as stream of consciousness posts titled by date. Some of these thoughts may be nonsense, others may be great ideas or spark another idea and another and before long you have an enormous conflagration and you understand how the universe works. Enjoy.
I am learning how to use the whiteboard application “Explain Everything” to make videos where I can talk about a chart and make annotations. I made a few videos already and am looking forward to making many more. I also really enjoyed my first video of extemporaneous talking about NPQG and will make more of those. There is so much to say about our nature and our universe from this new perspective and in this social media day and age. Video is a tremendous way to convey information.
I am super excited by the thought experiment discovery of the tau dipole because now I have something tangible to describe to others that implements all the characteristics we need to explain the universe. This is incredibly fun. It is going to reach another level though. Once one knowledgeable person notices and passes the word along, then NPQG will go exponential. NPQG is so simple that anyone can understand it, even a 5 year old to some degree.
Imagine the sheer magnitude of change required to revise the current state of the art of human knowledge embodied by GR, QM, and LCDM and all the branches of the tree of knowledge so that they will reflect the new understanding of nature and the universe unlocked by NPQG. It is a gargantuan effort, yet it will be exciting and fun and in general scientists, educators, and writers will be delighted to participate in this wild ride. We are going to need a LOT of new books, courses, and outreach material for the next decade as NPQG advances.
I made a video explaining how to transform general relativity into a sensible narrative that will be far more natural for people to understand, and which is how nature actually works!
I made a live video discussing 133 years of wrong physics.
Physicists have chosen an incredibly difficult path to discover nature and the universe. There’s a wonderfully simple and emergent basis for nature just below the standard model. Once you realize this you’ll wonder how you never saw it before. I made a playlist for my new video podcasts.
J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : December 20, 2020 : v1