In NPQG, photons lose energy as they travel through spacetime gas. This reaction is one of many causes of photon redshift. GR-QM era science is not aware of this reaction, and instead attributes this form of photon travel distance redshift to “expansion of spacetime.” What do we know? Energy is conserved. Energy transfer is quantized. […]
I am concerned that perturbing nature in certain ways could be destructive. It is important to avoid unwittingly or deliberately causing a catastrophe when manipulating nature at high energies. At one level this concern extends to laboratories with resources that are pushing the frontiers of concentrated energy-matter. At another level this concern is in regards […]
Science does not yet understand gravity. Let’s fix that. To understand nature and gravity, we must reimagine spacetime as a mix of various gases, just like the air we breathe is made of multiple gases. What are those gases? We know that air is made of gases at the molecular level such as nitrogen, oxygen, […]
Nature is both discrete and continuous. GR-QM era physics models nature and “particles” as fields. Everything is a field. In contrast, the NPQG model is based upon two fundamental particles (electrino and positrino) and the fields they emit. In NPQG particles are discrete, and local fields are continuous. If the natural world is physical with […]
Since early October 2019, I have found myself inspired by the writings of Kirsten Hacker. Kirsten writes books and social media posts about a variety of topics, including physics and justice, which are two of my favorite subjects. It is truly wonderful and promising to meet someone, especially an individual as bright and creative as […]
NPQG as a theory and model is a spacetime (Bose-Einstein condensate?) superfluid plus shiny items from the physics bone pile. Pick up the incredibly valuable discarded pieces and reinterpret the experiments to understand nature. It is so much simpler in a classical model that finesses between GR and QM. It is entirely consistent and may close all known problems.
This post is a response to Kirsten Hacker‘s article “Disentanglement.” Kirsten is an extremely talented individual who happens to be quite knowledgeable about the fields of physics and cosmology, due to her earning a Ph.D. and twenty years in the field. She also has an insider’s perspective. Please read Kirsten’s article first and then come […]