Kirsten Hacker : Blue Skies

This post is based on Kirsten Hacker‘s fascinating article “Blue Skies” and a brief exchange we had in the comments section following her article. Please read Kirsten’s article first and then come back for our comment dialogue. I’ve edited my comments for clarity and expanded on them to a degree. Also, be sure to check […]

Kirsten Hacker : Signs of the Times

This post is in response to Kirsten Hacker’s article “Signs of the Times.” Kirsten is an immensely talented individual. Please read Kirsten’s article first and then come back for my thoughts. Also, check out her fascinating books on Amazon.com. I agree 100% that physics and cosmology have made huge errors of judgement in promoting their […]

Kirsten Hacker : True Genius

In the first few days of October 2019, fascinating writings by Kirsten Hacker have caught my eye. Kirsten writes books and social media posts about a variety of topics, including physics and justice, which are two of my favorite subjects. So on a lovely Saturday in October, I dedicated time to consume more of Kirsten’s […]

Complexity and Simplicity

In Murray Gell-Mann’s, “The Quark and the Jaguar,” he mentions, early-on, his life long interest and passion for understanding nature and later his work at the Santa Fe Institute on complexity. There is a beauty to how complex systems emerge from simple inputs and rules. He published this book in 1994, a full 25 years […]

Solving the Unsolved Problems in Physics

There are many previously unsolved problems in physics which are or will be solved using the Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity model. I’ve written blog posts about the NPQG solution for many of these problems. On this page, I provide a summary and link to each solution. For NPQG basics see: Idealized Neoclassical Model and […]