SUPERB EPISODE! Wow, it is beautifully illustrated, well written, and excellently narrated. It gave me an understanding of so many open questions that have sensible explanations.my comment on the PBS Space Time Discord
I really enjoyed the PBS Space Time episode, “How Was the Modern Milky Way Born?”. I love learning about the variety of gravitational behavioral events at different scales in a galaxy merger. The law of gravitation is a lot like Coulomb’s law for classical point charges.
NPQG proposes that the standard model is composed of assemblies of Dirac delta unit potential point charges orbiting at extremely small scales with intense Coulomb forces in a dynamical geometry. It’s basically the duality of galaxy dynamics in this PBS Space Time episode, but at the other end of the scale and with charges instead of massive orbs. At the small end of the scale we have unit potentials swirling around with asymptotic safety, constantly emitting a spherical potential that trails off in intensity. Turns out they assemble into cool structures too. We call those assemblies the standard model. It looks like the charge |q| of a unit potential equals to |e/6| works out very well.
A major factor here is that the velocity of a point charge is independent and not limited by it’s own potential field speed. A key assembly, the photon, sails on the potential field. This has been confusing to scientists since photon impacts on sensors has been essential to observation. Without knowledge of underlying structure, scientists declared that nothing can travel faster than the speed of the photon. This tricky emergence and symmetry of nature has led to a lot of confused narrative in science.
Those with an understanding of NPQG realize that unit potential point charges can have a velocity greater than their own field speed and thus potentially experience self action. Yet scientists have not considered unit potential point charges exceeding the speed of the photon. Therefore an entirely new unexplored sector of science has has been discovered.
Everything in the following chart is spinning with dipoles and personality charges at a variety of frequency scales and radii and hence speed and therefore at very different energy levels. The next level is the relationship of apparent energy to mass as well as the concept of shielded energy through superposition.
Now, as we know, standard matter particles themselves are moving and orbiting and following wave equations and forming higher level assemblies, like protons and neutrons and then atoms and molecules. Everything is moving. By adding one more level to the model, we’ve solved and simplified the architecture of nature. Of course, there is still a tremendous amount of highly valuable research to be done to build out this new model of nature.
J Mark Morris : Boston : Massachusetts