New Physics in Pictures

I’ve been making new (and remaking old) illustrations to describe Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity in a visual form that may help people understand the point charge architecture of nature. I’ll add more illustrations here and occasionally republish this post for visibility. Enjoy!

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2 replies on “New Physics in Pictures”

Some remarks on your universe expanion model. As you know in standard cosmology space expansion (the expansion of the metric of space) happens in EVERY point of space, not in a single point! We are not in the centre of the universe!
In your model space itself is only abstract euclidean space, so it is static. Instead your model says that galaxies with active nuclear cores emit spacetime or aether particles, causing local expansion of space. But then this medium would push away all other galaiaxies, which means in your model all other galaxies have to move through space to make room for the extra room for the medium that this galaxy (well any galaxy) creates. But that is impossible! Because every galaxy would be pushing against every other galaxy, and it would not expand space, but cause the medium itself (the aether ot whatever you call it) to become denser. So it can not match cosmological observation of expansion of space (Hubble expansion as motivated by Friendman equations about an expanding matric and cosmological redshift of the light of galaxie, Hubble distance to redhift relation).

Agree that we are not the center, and if I said anything that read like that, it was an err. I understand the ideas of the big bang and inflation do not ascribe a particular origin point. However, did you know they don’t specify a particular event time? That’s what Dr. Guth said in one of his lectures. So when LeMaitre ran everything backwards to a single event, he could just have easily run things backwards to distributed events in time.

If I am correct that every single particle in the standard model as well as in the aether (puffed up tired photons and tired neutrinos?) is powered by a Noether core, and if Noether cores (neglecting their associated personality charges) contain energy in all three dipoles, but may only make some of that energy apparent (due to Faraday like shielding) then we could think of the universe as composed of two broad process conditions. In process set one, Noether cores are energized to higher energy, in the cores of planets and stars and all the way up to SMBH. So that is the set of processes that are spinning up the cores and using energy to bind new atoms and so forth. Energizing a Noether core causes it to time dilate and length contract. Then there is the second process set where photons and neutrinos and any standard matter particle that is redshifting, or winding down it’s Noether core energy and of course those Noether cores would inflate/expand. Since energy is conserved and point charges are conserved, the universe would be a perpetual motion machine. Constantly experiencing a variety of reactions that are either concentrating energy in Noether cores and their point charges or dispersing energy from higher energy particles to lower energy particles.

Now, in that context, galaxies would be the main actors for both processes. Of course there would be a lot of photons and neutrinos generated in each galaxy that leave the galaxy, but likewise there would be plenty of incoming tired photons and neutrinos that would run out of gas and drop in velocity inside the galaxy. Someday all these processes could be mapped out by density 1 of point charges and density 2 of energy the point charges carry and how point charges and energy flow throughout the universe.

Again in that context I think cosmology has the idea of the Big Bang incorrect. Clearly a super high energy Noether core is going to inflate big time as it reacts and loses energy. Where do those super high energy Noether cores come from. Nuclear reactions in stars, supernovas, and if I am correct, the point charges that enter a black hole must somehow be able to escape under certain conditions. I mean why can’t the point charges in a black hole escape an event horizon of their own making? Black hole science would need to be rethought.

I realize that this is a lot of turning existing particle and astro physics inside out. However, I still think it is logically consistent at least. I tried to engage the cosmologists for a long time but they are difficult to budge, and I’ve realized it will not be possible until I win over the particle physicists. Of course particle physicists are very difficult to engage. So my new idea is to talk to the chemists, especially those dealing with nuclear aspects. So far my experience is that chemists seem far more willing to engage. They have had it pretty good and aren’t under the pressure and crisis like the physicists.

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