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Anti-Ness Terminology Sucks

Let’s start with a short conversation on reddit r/particlephysics. Q : Is it possible that when we know exactly how anti-ness is implemented by nature that we will find that we may have reversed some polarities in our nomenclature? For example, with the knowledge of anti-ness might we find that the down quark, really should […]

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Numerology or Insight?

I posted this on reddit r/particlephysics. There have been a few posts lately sort of related to transmutation of standard matter particles, so I thought I would post my current draft hypothetical mapping of point charges to the standard model with some geometrical interpretation. One goal is to hook this geometry up to the quantum […]

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Rethinking Neutrino Structure

I have been contemplating whether an electron neutrino is solely a relatively low energy Noether core 3 : 3 with the three rotating dipole orbitals oriented at different angles. Another possibility I have been pondering is that an electron neutrino could be a Noether core as just described along with a 3:3 personality layer, so […]

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Dr. Justin Khoury on Dark Matter Superfluidity

As you may know, Justin Khoury is a next era star. This paper looks like a huge slam dunk to get this era moving in the professional ranks. Check out the abstract. HUGE! Dark Matter Superfluidity Justin Khoury Abstract — In these lectures I describe a theory of dark matter superfluidity developed in the last […]

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Physicists Fubarred Higgs Big Time!

I’ve tested the waters in various social media groups and it is clear to me that physicists are basically clueless about the Higgs field and particles. They really seem to rely like a crutch on the Higgs field giving particles mass. Oh, the story is so much more nuanced and emergently complex. Physicists fubarred Higgs […]

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Creating Matter from Pure Light

In physics news, Scientists Create Matter From Pure Light, Proving the Breit-Wheeler Effect. The Breit-Wheeler effect, postulated as early as 1934, describes the conversion of light into matter. With the theory physicists Gregory Breit and John Wheeler were able to prove that when two high-energy photons collide, a positron and an electron arise, i.e. matter […]

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Engaging the Particle Physics Reddit

I made a post on reddit despite my trepidation. Mind you, this was in r/ParticlePhysics. Well the comments became quite interesting including yet another ambassador of physics trying to shoo me away. You can look up the reddit post for the comment string if it is still there, but here is some of the thread. […]

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Dear Particle Data Group

I sent this note to the PDG groups email address. It is actually monitored and they have responded to me in the past, for example when I asked if they would be producing a service level API interface. Well, it occurred to me that it is about time they start preparing for the point charge […]

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New Ideas on Galaxy Dynamics

I was watching the video from Domain of Science which has an illustration that resulted in me pausing in dreamland for half an hour. Now I feel like brainstorming on galaxy dynamics. So here we go. I’ve written quite a lot about new ways to think about supermassive black holes and their cores and jets. […]

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Rosetta Stone

This is a rambling post where I cover many ideas. Enjoy! I met Barry Barish in 2019-2020-ish after a talk he gave at UC Riverside on LIGO, when I approached to ask a question. Barry had an aide with him and you could tell they both stiffened up at the thought I might have an […]

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Mass

What is mass? Did you know that physicists do not have a good answer? Did you know that physicists do not know if mass is fundamental or emergent? That they cannot calculate the mass of a particle? The field of physics has been stuck on these and other concepts for quite a long time. Unfortunately, […]

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The Immutable Point Charge Architecture is Self-Tuning

A number of insights started flowing while watching this lecture by Dr. Peter Onyisi published by Aspen Physics on July 30, 2021. At the 23:10 mark, Dr. Onyisi begins to talk about neutron decay. I paused the video and started thinking, imagining, and visualizing how and why a free neutron might ‘decay’ in a short […]

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Dismiss The Physicists

Yes, that is a provocative title, and it is actually the right thing to say. The “knowledge license” of prior era physicists has an expiration date that is fast approaching. It’s already long expired in my frame of reference! Many physicists will need to re-invent themselves for the point charge era. Fortunately it will be […]

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Nature is Continuous and Discrete

I was listening to a 2019 podcast interview of Steven Weinberg from “The Universe Speaks in Numbers” podcast. The discussion delves into one of my favourite topics — what in nature is fundamentally continuous and what is fundamentally discrete? It turns out that the answer depends on the context and is often highly nuanced. Structures […]

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Mass Denial in the Physics Community

Physicists know that photons exchange energy in quanta. They know the relationship of frequency and wavelength. And they know that matter has a DeBroglie frequency and similar mathematical formulas. So why haven’t they realized that the implementation of these mechanisms is incredibly precise? Down to the quanta. This means that the structure of nature is […]

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cd ~/career rm -rf *

The title of this post derives from Dr. Stacy McGaugh’s tweet and mimics the commands to access your storage for all files pertaining to your career and accumulated work and remove everything with no possibility of recovery. I know I just told a lot of y’all that you might as well cd ~/career rm -r […]