I am having fun envisioning how point charges physically implement the standard model. There is so much known information about the standard model that is a perfect fit with ways to structure point charges. I’ve deciphered the composition for many particles and it’s straightforward to pencil out the rest from known physics. The geometry of point charge structure is revealing itself. Fermions have energy cores that are structured like a high energy electron neutrino. Bosons are a multiplanar structure with all orbits aligned to the direction of travel (and possibly counter-rotating). Color charge clues are abundant. Spin direction and magnitude are known. I’m still noodling weak hypercharge and weak isospin.
Another iteration. Less ink. Interesting symmetry on the tau neutrino regarding chirality and anti-ness. I’m starting to noodle how a dipole in a core would emit some energy — I mean clearly it has the option of transferring it to a low energy dipole in the aether. But how does that really happen? The model enables tracking of individual point charges roles in the reaction and where they end up. So considering all that must be conserved, I wonder how the point charge structures pull that off! This will be fun to think about. Anyone else playing along? Let’s keep an open mind.
By the way, I visualize the various worldlines for the point charges in circles, spirals, ellipses, tiny perturbations far less than h (gravity, ahem), and yes, even abstract wave equations. Whatever works is fine. Point charges sail along electromagnetic field seas.
Do we really need the QM concept of virtual particles? Were they yet another ignored clue, a neon magic happens here sign, that countless physicists saw plain as day? Why did they look away and collectively shrug? Because of QM? Popper? Field happy? We need lots of science historians sleuthing out the nuanced details of the major wrong decisions and missed opportunities.
It appears that the bosons W+/-, Z, gluon, and photon have all of their dipole orbits aligned orthogonal (more or less) to the direction of motion. The dipoles may lag each other and even oscillate in position due to their couplings.
The photon is a six electrino and six positrino composite, aka 6/6 notation with electrinos/positrinos. A photon might also be considered as a neutrino (3/3) and antineutrino (3/3) coupled in a geometrical structure. See the figure for abstraction in a U(1) circular orbital topology. The orbital reality of a photon may be involve more complicated wave equations. The Z boson, a 9/9 neutral structure of point charges, has a very high energy, very small, third 3/3 neutrino somehow mixed into the photon’s electromagnetic train of planes. The W+ boson, 6/12, is a high energy, very small positron personality coupled with a photon. Likewise, W-, 12/6, is a high energy, very small electron personality coupled with a photon. Maybe these add-ons are like cargo for the photon. Yet the photon can’t keep the high energy bosons stable, so they quickly decay when free.
Watching the PBS SPACE TIME episode on the electroweak theory and the origin of the fundamental forces, I am thinking that a single planar dipole has a U(1) symmetry (the circle ⭕️) while the overall assemblage of the photon has SU(2) symmetry. For low W or Z energy a photon can shield the W and Z boson energy during a reaction. At high W and Z energy the photon’s dipoles must become closer together in the direction of travel, thus breaking symmetry as they become more and more planar and bunched. As this happens the energy shielding declines until the dynamic mass (i.e., ‘apparent energy’ – new terminology) becomes more observable from outside the photon. This line of thought leads to a new understanding of gauge theory as a technique to deal with energy shielding. Perhaps with these new insights physicists will be able to evolve the math and improve how these situations are modeled.
Dear PBS SPACE TIME team. Please take a look at my posts in the #speculative-ideas channel regarding point charge structure. I have posted regarding the episode on Electroweak theory with new physics that explains so many of the topics covered. It would be great if the team got on board with point charge modeling of the standard model and began updating the past videos.
It looks like the Pauli exclusion principle doesn’t apply to bosons since they are Planck wafer thin. It’s not like we ever tried to stack up 10^35 photons per meter and see what happens. Hint, that’s a lot of energy. I wonder what the photon density is for the National Ignition Facility?
Fusion energy, like many industries, will make huge technology gains enabled by NPQG. New, superior technologies will also arise. The age of abundance is starting now.
J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : January 19, 2021