
The Periodic Table of the Standard Model
The figure shows what I call the periodic table of the standard model of particle physics. Let’s walk through the sections of the table. We’ll cover each particle in more detail as we dive deeper. J Mark Morris : Boston : Massachusetts

Determinism
Physical laws that are described by differential equations represent deterministic systems, even though the state of the system at a given point in time may be difficult to describe explicitly. Wikipedia Let’s study systems of point charges, which are governed by differential equations, and examine the topic of determinism. In one sense action throughout the…

The Equivalence Principle
In the theory of general relativity, the equivalence principle is the equivalence of gravitational and inertial mass, and Albert Einstein’s observation that the gravitational “force” as experienced locally while standing on a massive body (such as the Earth) is the same as the pseudoforce experienced by an observer in a noninertial (accelerated) frame of reference.…

Nature of a Gravitational Theory
In Robert Dicke’s 1957 paper, “Gravitation without a Principle of Equivalence” he writes of the requirements for a new theory of gravitation. The Noether core implements the strong force and Lorentz invariance. This is accomplished with six point charges. The geometry is based upon orbiting negative and positive point charges. The orbiting dipole has fascinating…

What is Reality?
Dr. Sara Imari Walker asks on Twitter, “What is reality?” Here is my response. Tragically, a false prior has devastated the understanding of physics and cosmology. Nature is simply a Euclidean void in time and space populated with energetic unit potential point charges. They emit a spherically expanding unit potential at each continuous point on…

Cosmology
Eminent scientists have published papers on the state of LCDM cosmology in 2022 just as the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) era begins. These papers include the successes as well as the anomalous tensions of LCDM. Authors include Peebles (2022), Abdalla, Abellán, Aboubrahim, et al. (2022) and Perivolaropoulos and Skara (2022). These papers provide a…

The Dipole Curvature Limit Matches the Planck Scale
A unit potential point charge dipole has a maximum curvature at the orbital point where self action results in a velocity of @ pi/2, where @ is the universal constant speed of the Planck sphere potential stream. If we presume that this limit corresponds to the Planck frequency, we can calculate the radius of orbit…

The Orbiting Point Charge Dipole V
Let’s consider equal and opposite unit potential point charges, an electrino and a positrino, each orbiting the other and traveling a common circular path when group absolute velocity is zero and isolated from external perturbation. The video loop shows three different orbits, each with a different energy, frequency, radius of orbit, and point charge velocity.…

TheMessenger and Dr. Donald C. Chang
Let’s discuss several posts from PBS Space Time discord by TheMessenger who is an enigmatic commentor and speaks in a stilted, assertive, repetitive, but dispassionate style, as if pasting up a rote brain dump of creative ideas. TheMessenger says he is conveying information imparted to him from his father and in translation, the statements come…

Lattice QCD
Let’s discuss Lattice QCD as presented in this PBS Space Time video. In point charge theory, each proton is an assembly of 36 point charges, each with a specific role, energy, and path in a stable whirling assembly of point charges with a vast range of energies and radii of path curvature. It seems to…

The Anthropic Principle
The anthropic principle, also known as the “observation selection effect”, is the hypothesis that there is a restrictive lower bound on how statistically probable our observations of the universe are, because observations could only happen in a universe capable of developing intelligent life. Proponents of the anthropic principle argue that it explains why this universe…

MichelsonMorley Experiment
The MichelsonMorley experiment was misinterpreted due to a faulty assumption. The Michelson–Morley experiment was an attempt to detect the existence of the luminiferous aether, a supposed medium permeating space that was thought to be the carrier of light waves. The experiment was performed in 1887 by American physicists Albert A. Michelson and Edward W. Morley.…

Black Holes
The science of black holes will need major revisions for the NPQG era. The extremes of energy and density we call a black hole are most certainly a domain where structures are ephemeral and reactions dominate. The preNPQG theory of black holes is dominated by Einstein’s general relativity and extensions from that basis based on…

Reasoning on the Universe’s Shape
What can we deduce from the shape of the universe? The exact shape [of the universe] is still a matter of debate in physical cosmology, but experimental data from various independent sources (WMAP, BOOMERanG, and Planck for example) confirm that the universe is flat with only a 0.4% margin of error. Wikipedia There is an…

Mapping to Supersymmetry
I have a vague intuition that supersymmetry may map to point charge theory very well. Their math works right? But they just haven’t found the particles. The cool thing about point charge theory is that the supersymmetric partners are plain as day right in front of us, on the inside of standard matter particles, but…

The Radius of Potential
Unit potential point charges emit a spherically expanding potential. Spheres are characterized by their time and space origin from which we can calculate their radius. The velocity of the emitter is also used to calculate the gradient of the potential sphere. To facilitate our geometry we can use r and it’s related symbol family as…