Point Charge Geometry

Online Book of Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity
(draft outline to be populated and dynamically updated)

Math of Nature from First Principles

New Physics in Pictures

i. Introduction

  1. The Foundation of Nature
    1.1 Euclidean Time and Space
    1.2 Unit Potential Point Charges
    1.2.1 The Electrino
    1.2.2 The Positrino
    1.3 Point Charge Path History
    1.4 Absolute Relativity
    1.5 Dirac Sphere Potentials
    1.6 Point Charge Action
    1.7 The Dynamical Geometry of Nature (3% drafted)
    1.8 What is Continuous and What is Discrete?
  2. Emergent Assembly
    2.1 The Point Charge Dipole
    2.2 Nested Dipoles
    2.2.1 Energy Shielding via Superposition
    2.2.2 Energy Shielding and Selection
    2.3 The Noether Core (The broker and accountant)
    2.3.1 Accounting for h-bar
    2.3.2. Pro and Anti Noether Cores
    2.4 Polar Personality Charges
    2.5 Fermion Assembly
    2.6 Photon Assembly (Contra-rotating coaxial point charge dipoles)
    2.7 Neutrino Assembly (Photon-like with wobbly shielding?)
    2.8 How Does Nature Implement Time?
  3. Cosmology
    3.1 Inflation, Expansion, Deflation (5% drafted)
    3.2 The Dynamical Steady State
    3.3 Distributed Bangs and the Potential Curve 1/r.
    3.4 Noether Core Redshift

Glossary of Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity

Themes, Major Insights, Philosophical Implications, Big “Laws”

  • Splitting the quantum (the idea that the quantum results from the orbiting dipole)
  • The speed of the electric potential is the fundamental aspect that links space and time via the expanding Dirac potential spheres.
  • Absolute relativity, since a point charge with velocity = 0 carries true meaning, as opposed to everything being relative. Zero means zero relative to Euclidean time and space.
  • The “aura” as a parsimonious term to encompass the scalar and vector potential at any (t,s) location.