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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 […]

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NPQG : February 1, 2021 : Dr. Stacy McGaugh : Triton Station

Dr. Stacy McGaugh has been kind enough to engage slightly with me on social media, specifically Twitter and his blog Triton Station. There has been no direct engagement on NPQG, but Stacy has permitted my posts on his blog, despite arrogant skepticism and objections from several of his followers. My impression is that Dr. McGaugh […]

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NPQG : January 31, 2021 : Quantum Field Theory

Check out this fascinating video on QFT. It will be tremendous when physicists realize that their fields each correspond to electromagnetic and mechanical behaviors of geometric structures made from immutable, energetic, Lp/tau radius point charges. Even spacetime itself is an aether of point charge structures. I assure you the only fundamental particles in this universe […]

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NPQG : January 24, 2021 : Noam Why’s Unified Charge Vectors

A new and interesting theory called ‘Unified Charge Vectors’ was released this month by independent researcher Noam Why. It is available in a 90 minute YouTube lecture and a paper on GitHub. Noam’s lecture description says this. A new breakthrough in theoretical physics! UCV theory is a grand unification of electroweak and strong forces based […]

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NPQG : January 19, 2021 : Planar Bosons on the Photon Train

I am having fun envisioning how point charges physically implement the standard model. There is so much known information about the standard model that is a perfect fit with ways to structure point charges. I’ve deciphered the composition for many particles and it’s straightforward to pencil out the rest from known physics. The geometry of […]

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NPQG : January 18, 2021 : Decoded Standard Model

I made a new chart to show the point charge decoding of the standard model. The architecture is becoming more evident. Now we can visualize physical relationships and functions that were not understood before. It seems to make one heck of a lot of sense as a complete pattern. Whether it is the correct decoding […]

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NPQG : January 14, 2021 : Tweaking Physics(ists)

Occasionally I get a wicked sense of humor and feel like posting a mild to bold affront to physicists that will elicit a reaction and the possibility of knowledge transfer. Hopefully, I have been more clever and punny than gauche. To me this is hilarious because of too many reasons to enumerate although it would […]

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NPQG : January 14, 2021 : Malus’s Law

I’ve been watching videos and reading articles about photon polarization and it’s clear that the point charge structure of photons is going to solve the mysteries and issues around with polarizers and polarization with a very cogent physical explanation . This line of inquiry leads into quantum mechanics and the Bell tests and I see […]

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NPQG : January 8, 2021 : Walking the Planck

Let’s imagine a photon on a direct course for the Planck point charge core of an SMBH. Flying in from the edge of the observable universe the photon has redshifted to lower energy. Then it passes through its final galaxies and enters its last. The final parsec. The final light year. It approaches the SMBH. […]

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NPQG : January 7, 2021 : Bubbly Bubbles

In many ways the universe could be described as Bubbly Bubbles. Bubbles inside bubbles in any way imaginable and some emergent structures have a long lifetime. That’s such a positive perspective, This enclosing process has elements that are repeated in life : re-emergence of newly energetic dipoles, nesting, protection, capture, survival of the fittest, eat […]

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NPQG : January 6, 2021 : Physics Candy Store

Lately, I feel like a kid in a candy store when it comes to my physics hobby. I only have a few hours a day to work on it, and there are so many interesting avenues opening up for connecting NPQG to existing theories in ways that reveal profound insights. I already have multiple irons […]

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Creative Ideation

Five Gatekeepers of Speech

When Zen teachers in the United States began to deeply explore the role of speech in the systems we inhabit, we realized how often disrespect and disparagement are found in family structures, the workplace, and our religious communities. We began to use the Five Gatekeepers of Speech, questions sourced in the Buddha’s teachings, as a […]

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NPQG : January 5, 2021 : Let’s Get On With It

It amuses me to say that ‘physicists are field happy’. It’s in the same genre of not even punny groaners as ‘physicist out standing in their field.’ Perhaps the biggest irony of all is that physicists did not invent the correction field to Einstein‘s curvy stretchy spacetime so they could work in normal Euclidean four […]

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NPQG : January 4, 2021

A Tau dipole is an electrino point charge and a positrino point charge orbiting each other. Let’s say two closely spaced Tau dipoles are counter-rotating at a phase difference of pi/2, and with the plane of orbit orthogonal to the direction of travel. Do they produce planar E and B fields that are equivalent to […]

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NPQG : January 3, 2021

Let’s start with this video from Sabine Hossenfelder. Sabine’s ideas about time are not even wrong as physicists say. This video is chock full of misunderstandings about the nature of time. See the NPQG videos on my YouTube channel if you want to understand how nature and the universe really work. It’s incredibly simple and […]

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NPQG : January 2, 2021

For the last few days I have been working on drawings and illustrations for the point charge structure of the standard model particles. It is going well. I have a typewritten notation, which I described in my last post of 2020 : NPQG : December 31, 2020 : EUREKA!. Visual representations will be helpful in telling […]