How Will Point Charge Provenance Benefit Science and Technology?

I enjoyed this very cool PBS Space Time video about simulations at various scales. As an eager hobbyist, I research a parsimonious model of nature based upon point charges. There is a pattern of evidence emerging — based upon reasoning, logic, and geometry — which is strongly consistent with the hypothesis that the point charge model is isomorphic to the standard model, meaning a direct mapping back and forth. The point charge model is extremely parsimonious : it is incredibly easy to understand and simple to reason with to solve problems. Point charges were once a darling of physics, but were set aside due to concerns with opposite point charges approaching each other infinitely closely. I made a wild guess that nature might implement a rule that no two point charges could get any closer than something around the Planck length at ~10-35. The implication is that point charges are immutable and can not be destroyed.

Point charges are indestructible so we can imagine tracking and modeling each and every single point charge and trace the provenance or accumulated history of that point charge in every structure and reaction it ever participates in. I think it will be difficult to observe, even indirectly, except perhaps in very special small scale situations. However, in simulations, we really could track every single point charge.

What could we practically simulate at the point charge level with the best available hardware and optimized simulation software? Industrial technology at the process level? A bacteria? A virus? What scales and problems would benefit from understanding the provenance of point charges? I am very interested in whether provenance of immutable point charges is helpful for advancing simulations of nature.

J Mark Morris : Boston : Massachusetts

p.s. for those of you who know what the PDG is, by applying provenance, it is extremely clear that many reactions documented in the PDG are not properly accounting for inputs and outputs of very low apparent energy structures.

p.p.s. I’ll hazard a guess that the simple ideas in the paragraphs above foreshadow several Ph.D. theses as well as start-ups addressing the point charge simulation market. If you are a student of point charges, like I am, and see what I see, you will realize that market is quite sizable. I can easily imagine point charge simulation technology startups achieving valuations in the hundreds of millions, if not billions, of $USD. Simulation is the tip of the iceberg. Imagine startups that vend an integrated collection of point charge related technologies. Imagine the Google, Apple, Microsoft, or Tesla of the point charge era. Now we are talking trillions. Zoom.

By J Mark Morris

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