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Revolutionizing Physics : Orbiting Point Charges

It’s ironic in a way that I have come to really be quite bothered by physicists reliance on a plethora of fields, as if nature would work that way. It is is simply too complicated with too many coincidences to be considered anything more than characteristics generated by some more fundamental constituents. Yet physicists call […]

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Helge Kragh : Steady State Cosmological Models

I’ve been reading about the history of steady-state cosmology lately. For this post, I will intersperse commentary into the text of an article by Helge Kragh which I have retrieved from arxiv and I am replicating here under fair use. The figures did not replicate properly, so see the original for those. For brevity, I’ve […]

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Debate : Alan Guth vs. Roger Penrose

A fascinating video debate between Dr. Alan Guth (age 74) and Sir Roger Penrose (age 90) was published, August 16, 2021. The debate is moderated by Phil Halper who did a masterful job as it gets testy at some points and a few barbs fly with various levels of subtlety. In any case it is […]

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A Wish for Senior Physicists

Earlier this year Steven Weinberg passed and I was sad that he didn’t live to see the point charge era begin. There are quite a few senior physicists who I would just love to hear discuss their thoughts on the immutable point charge solution. I’m probably missing several in this list. I’ll keep adding as […]

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Spacetime Aether vs. “The Vacuum”

Circa Q4 2021 there have been several “vacuum” oriented physics outreach videos from the hosts of popular YouTube physics channels. These all seem to be coming in the same timeframe as Justin Khoury’s paper which I wrote about here Dr. Justin Khoury on Dark Matter Superfluidity. When I think about aspects of GR/QM/LCDM era physics and […]

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The αβγ Paper

In physical cosmology, the Alpher–Bethe–Gamow paper, or αβγ paper, was created by Ralph Alpher, then a physics PhD student, and his advisor George Gamow. The work, which would become the subject of Alpher’s PhD dissertation, argued that the Big Bang would create hydrogen, helium and heavier elements in the correct proportions to explain their abundance […]

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Lewis and Barnes

Dr. Alas Lewis and Dr. Luke Barnes are a duo of physicists from Australia who create outreach videos and books. I spent some time watching their YouTube videos and making comments, which I have pasted here as well. They also wrote a book directed at hobbyist enthusiasts who have ideas and want to help physicists. […]

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The Hierarchy Problem in Particle Physics

Let’s discuss The Hierarchy Problem. In theoretical physics, the hierarchy problem is the problem concerning the large discrepancy between aspects of the weak force and gravity. One example is the lack of scientific consensus on why the weak force is 1024 times stronger than gravity. Wikipedia Let’s resolve this problem in the point charge universe. […]

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Guardians of Physics are an Embarassment

Guardians of Physics are an Embarassment to the Field

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Physicists, Take the L

Physicists, Take the Loss.
You Win Anyway.

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The Standard Model of Particle Physics

I posted this on reddit r/particlephysics and the PBS Space Time discord. My hobby is to see if I can recreate the standard model from immutable point charges at e/6. Yeah, I know I am swimming against the stream — please be kind. Still, I think I should report on the important patterns I am seeing. Here […]

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Zooming in on a Noether Core

I made a new slide to illustrate the dynamics of a Noether core, which I think powers all standard matter particles. My decoding includes the hypothesis that physicists went off track narratively in the 1870s. If nature is based on point charges, then this seems to me like progress. It should be consistent with the […]

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Dirac Strings Debunked

In this episode of PBS Space Time there is a discussion of the concept of Dirac strings. Let’s debunk this concept and show that Dirac strings can not exist in the NPQG universe. The great Paul Dirac had a habit of discovering particles just by staring at the math. In 1928 he predicted the existence […]

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Are We AI?

Everything in the void is made of electrino and positrino point charges. Literally. J Mark Morris Emergence is a maker. Even our concept of Einstein’s spacetime is in reality an emergent overlay of electrino and positrino structures at relatively low energy and forming what is called a Bose-Einstein condensate. In this new era of understanding […]

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Magnetic Monopoles

I occasionally pop in to the PBS SpaceTime Discord to give an update on my point charge architecture of the universe. The episode on Magnetic Monopoles is perfectly explainable by my architecture. All you need to do, is take today’s standard model in which particles transmute into each other and add TWO layers below it. […]

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Is Chemistry the Best Description of Nature? Why Do We Need Physics?

My post on reddit r/chempros : Hi. I would have gone into the field of chemistry if it didn’t require so much memorization. I’m more comfortable in a world where structure and organization is paramount, even when disorder is present. Like a ship on the high seas, so are standard matter particles. I’ve been trying […]