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Black Holes and Planck Cores

I posted on a new Discord today about Black holes and thought I would share expanded thoughts here. First, I think we should not make black holes so mysterious. They are similar to all other sizable orbs in the universe — planets and stars — because the force of gravity is intense enough to overpower […]

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Are Orbiting Electrino : Positrino Point Charges the Perfect Blackbody?

Proposition : Every somewhat stable standard matter particle structure includes at least one pair of orbiting immutable point charges. J Mark MorrisCinqo de Mayo 2021 How could we prove this proposition? First we show that such a dipole of orbiting immutable point charges can be linked directly to the Planck units and equations as well […]

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Quantum Ontology and Metaphysics

Yesterday I came across videos on YouTube from a research network group called the International Network on Foundations of Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Information. I found their focus intriguing and I want to write a bit about them here. I think their focus is amazingly relevant for NPQG as we enter the immutable point charge […]

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Dr. Sabine Hossenfelder : Dark Matter

Sabine : Today I tell you how my opinion about dark matter has changed and why. Is modified gravity better or worse? What evidence speaks for one side or the other, and is the case really as clear-cut as many astrophysicists claim? Mike : You gloss over the role of baryonic physics and feedback as […]

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Independent Ideator : Caleigh Fisher

Caleigh Fisher commented on one of my YouTube videos and we had a constructive conversation. Caleigh has a YouTube channel with several videos about Caleigh’s interpretation of nature. Caleigh : This Euclidean notion of space is strange. Mark : I’d like to hear more about your thoughts on this. Caleigh : In my thinking there […]

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Triton Station : Eerily Quiet

I wrote this for the comment bleacher section on the blog episode Bias All the Way Down by Dr. Stacy McGaugh on the blog Triton Station. Why is it so eerily quiet here? You may still be doubting an aether based on orbiting electrino-positrino point charges. Consider that all standard matter particles are composed of […]

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The Closest Approach

How does the electric field change as two point charges move towards their closest approach? Is the field effect that causes immutability self-driven by a point charge, or is it a combined effect of the electromagnetic fields of two adjacent point charges? My intuition tells me it is self-driven, but math that maps to QM/QFT/QED/QCD […]

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How The Universe Works

Dr. Stacy McGaugh suggests that instead of talking about dark matter, perhaps we should say “A more general theory of dynamics must exist; we just need to figure out what it is.” Ok, I’m down for this. Let’s start with these questions : How does nature allow particles to transact energy in multiples of h-bar […]

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Dr. Brian Keating and Dr. Carlo Rovelli

Carlo seems like an incredibly kind person. I’d like to have a conversation with him too! Gosh, he is so very close to the solution! I don’t know why Brian won’t assign a grad student to just figure it out. No one will believe me, but all you need is a density of energy carrying […]

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April 21, 2021

I wrote the following comment on the Triton Station blog after a few name-calling comments asking Stacy to disallow heretical commenters. Stacy has already offered that as long as I keep comments about NPQG brief and post a link to longer content he will allow it. That is very kind of Stacy. I can be […]

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Triton Station : Discussion

I started writing a comment on Dr. Stacy McGaugh’s Triton Station blog, but it got long, so I am posting it here and adding more thoughts. This is part of a wide ranging discussion to Stacy’s post “Bias all the way down“ When analyzing the CMB, how much of it is non-prior assuming? Every paper, […]

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April 18, 2021

A few thoughts on gravitoelectromagnetism. I am open minded to Gravitoelectromagnetism (GEM) being a potential cause of what astrophysicists call dark matter (DM), but I suspect there are at least three more factors, although I have no feel for the contribution percentages. That would require a ton of data from many disparate sources, a lot […]

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April 17, 2021

I found this video from Anton to be thought provoking. My comment follows the video. What reaction or event is producing the gas? What is the net balance of energetic immutable point charges entering and exiting the galaxy, grouped by causing process, and ordered descending by point charge count (by type, although I would think […]

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Triton Station : Divergence

These are some of the discussions I responded to in the comment section of Dr. Stacy McGaugh’s article Divergence on his Triton Station Blog. I suggest reading Stacy’s article first. On Apr 12, 2021, at 1:39 PM, J Mark Morris wrote: In my view the scientific method has failed in this current era because important […]

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April 15, 2021

This book review appeared in the periodical Physics Today in 1957. It is fascinating that even back in 1957 physicists had developed such intense disdain for the public. I am highly bemused by this Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin’s quotation. “… modern cosmology … is a subject that the general reader has been led to believe that he […]

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NPQG : February 28, 2021

My thought experiments and the emerging physical geometry of the standard model particles is causing me to think that the strong force is a mainly magnetic 🧲 coupling. It may be caused by the generation III dipole in the energy core of a fermion. Quark colors appear to be determined by which dipole in the […]