I’ve been watching videos and reading articles about photon polarization and it’s clear that the point charge structure of photons is going to solve the mysteries and issues around with polarizers and polarization with a very cogent physical explanation . This line of inquiry leads into quantum mechanics and the Bell tests and I see now how this will resolve. It’s not hard. Superposition was a physics punt due to lack of knowledge but who woulda thunk you could line up ~10^35 photons per meter traveling with only a slight delay from their predecessors worldline? Ok maybe it’s a bit less for reasons, but the point is, it’s a very large number.
I tweeted to the #AAS237 astronomy conference hash tag : Goodbye LCDM, you were confused but helpful. Malus’s Law is easily explained with point charges. This is another confirmation of NPQG and a requiem for LCDM. #AAS237 attendees prepare yourselves for galaxy local inflationary mini-bangs and zero tension. jmarkmorris.com 🤓
I will take this line of thought to my YouTube channel and use the visual medium to show how counter-rotating planar dipoles result in the various polarization effects. Stay tuned!
I watched the 5 year old episode, “The Speed of Light is NOT About Light”. It just passed 5M views. Congratulations to the PBS SPACE TIME team. There are a few things that I suggest be covered some day in an update to this video.
- The perspective from the Euclidean frame where speed of electromagnetic fields, c, varies.
- A discussion of the role of permittivity and permeability of spacetime (aether) and how they vary with aether energy.
- A clarification about non-accelerating reference frames for special relativity. While correct, there is still acceleration within the reference frame for fermions and photons because their point charges are rotating and therefore have angular acceleration. That’s a fine point, but it should be explained since that mechanism has so much to do with energy storage and momentum.
Here’s an interesting video lecture from the Hubble space telescope channel and what this suggests to me is that the bar in a galaxy, the X shape, and the spiral are possibly due to the Planck scale point charge jets from the supermassive black hole. That is to say that the jet is not entirely perpendicular to the plane of the galaxy. Instead it slowly precesses around inside the frame dragging cone that was created by the spin of the supermassive black hole. So that means that the material that was jetted and became standard matter eventually falls back onto the galaxies due to the gravity. If the very slowly precessing jets factor into the orbital rate of the galaxy, that could explain the shapes and scale of the bar, bulge, disc, spiral, and even the flat deviations of the disc towards its outer edge.
Three new videos have been published to my YouTube channel.
Point to ponder : How is redshift physically implemented on a photon’s journey through spacetime? Does a redshifting photon shed energy in quanta of Planck’s constant h Joule-secs? Or does a redshifting photon shed tiny continuous energy per mega-parsec to expanding spacetime aether? The case for quanta is that the photon is structure and QM says standard matter particles transfer energy in quanta. We now have the tau dipole that implements that mechanism. The photon is lightly interacting with the aether, but may stochastically emit energy in quanta h. The case for photons leaking energy continuously appears weaker, but let’s consider it with an open mind. First we don’t have a clue about a physical mechanism. Second, even at a low continuous leakage rate through low energy free space, it feels like that would add up faster over the ‘active’ c speed life of a photon, which science thinks can be up to 13.8 billion years. Third, it is possible that all forms of redshift could be based on aether energy and energy gradient. These determine the expansion and contraction rate of Tau dipole based aether. It would be a simplification to existing science if there is a unified redshift mechanism.
Do photons give off synchrotron radiation when accelerated? We need to use the Euclidean frame when considering photon acceleration, since general relativity says a photon is going in a straight line because of an abstract geometry of spacetime, rather than a material aether, and GR not allow for photon acceleration. If a photon is passing by a black hole and being lensed (refracted) by gravity (the energy and energy gradient of aether), then in the Euclidean frame the photon is experiencing acceleration. There are plenty of low energy spacetime aether particles ready to accept an energy transfer so creating or launching a new energetic photon is easy.
Momentum relates to kinetic energy. It is as if kinetic energy has vector components. We know momentum does. So if a fermion is being accelerated, it appears that the dipoles in the power core structure are transferring energy between themselves to conserve momentum. If the dipoles can not maintain momentum without a reaction, they would be required to shed energy to preserve momentum.
The dipoles or orbits that compose a photon structure rotate in a plane perpendicular to the velocity vector. It appears that the outer two dipoles are counter-rotating. Some forms of polarization appear to be caused by a small offset between the two dipole planes. I am burying the lede. The point : the photon structure is missing a dimension that is present in the conservation mechanism of the 3-dipole energy core. Therefore the photon’s options are limited when it comes to preserving momentum under acceleration. It would make a lot of sense if it shed energy of equal and opposite momentum to match the shift due to transverse acceleration. That has to be it, doesn’t it? If this branch of the NPQG thought experiment is stable then this is entirely sensible. Self-referentially, it is both reinforcing and promising when the emerging model reveals sensible, parsimonious, consistent physical mechanisms.
Like the fermions, the internal dipoles in the planar photon may be shielded. That is still a bit odd to think about, but appears to be what nature is revealing through NPQG. The implications are quite profound. If this is true, then fermions and photons have a HUGE amount of energy shielded in the Gen II and Gen III dipoles and when a relatively low energy reaction strips off the outer Gen I dipole, the Gen II and III dipoles sail on by, similarly to neutrinos sailing right through common low energy matter. High energy corresponds to the structure radius scaling by contraction with a range of at least 20 orders of magnitude from nucleons at 10-15 to the point charges at 10-35). Neutral high energy means lightly reactive due to both scale and charge when passing through low energy structure with expanded dipoles.
The formula for dipole radius has not yet emerged, but there are many clues. One recent clue emerged while thinking about the rotating dipole in a photon. The point charges are traveling a spiral path around a center line. The wavelength of the photon is measured in the direction of travel and it is directly related to one full revolution of the dipole around a much smaller circular orbit in a plane orthogonal to the line of travel. So what is the total distance traveled by the point charges? Isn’t it the wavelength PLUS the circumference of the orbit? Seems like integrating over the spiral would yield that formula, right? If this geometry is correct, what is that telling us? Do we now have enough to derive the formula for r? Are there implications for how we think about the speed of light? If this is correct, the longer the wavelength, the greater the orbital circumference. I am currently pondering whether or not the existing formulas already account for this. I need to look up how wavelength is physically measured. If it is only calculated then the existing formulas appear to take this into account (without realizing). If wavelength is measured only in the direction of photon travel, then we need to look at the precision of the measurement because the circumference of orbit may be too small to detect with those observations. No worries. This will sort itself out in due time.
This is an excellent talk. Dr. Revalski is doing fine work showing all the structure from SMBH ‘winds’. The visuals are amazing and a perfect fit for galaxy local inflationary mini-bangs as predicted by NPQG. I sent an inquiry :
Dear Dr. Revalski,
I very much enjoyed your talk about SMBH winds and galaxy influence.
My immutable point charge model of the universe leads to the conclusion that LCDM is inside out and SMBH are responsible for inflationary mini bangs and galaxy-local expansion into neighboring galaxies.
Your work looks to be a perfect fit to what I have predicted! Thank you. If you are up to it, I’d like to have a conversation with you sometime.
J Mark Morris
What are the near term NPQG objectives?
- Math on the Tau dipole.
- Advancing the NPQG mapping to the standard model and quantum mechanics with more detective work on the composition of structured particles and reactions between them. This is basically a pattern matching excercise : Make a picture of the proto architecture, read up on QM topics related to quantum numbers, match more patterns, revise the architecture, repeat. This work is predicting some things that are not currently known, and that is exciting.
- One or more videos showing how counter-rotating point charge dipole structured photons map to the forms of polarization.
- More videos on the grand problems in physics and cosmology as listed by Quanta.
J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : January 14, 2021