Tag: rewrite

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…

The Dynamical Geometry of Charge Paths
This is kind of obvious, but when you imagine point charge structures moving through Euclidean time and space we need a dynamical geometry that can quickly and easily calculate the electric field potential and it’s gradients at any point in Euclidean time and space. Well, we really only care about the points where other point…

Quasar Distribution and Redshift
I recently wrote about a Dr. Paul Sutter episode in the post titled : Ontological Transformation of the Big Bang. Paul said something in this episode that has been ricocheting around my subconscious and a major insight has dawned upon me that I’ve known for a long time, but couldn’t articulate. The background story is that…

The Mystery Islands of Shielded Energy
I am having an insight. I am having a clear realization of what I have known for a long time. All Noether cores shield energy. Standard matter particles shield hundreds to thousands times more energy than is apparent as mass. Eyeball and number crunch the orders of magnitude energy differences in generations of the standard…

Steady State Cosmological Models
I’ve been reading about the history of steadystate cosmology lately. For this post, I will intersperse commentary into the text of an article by Helge Kragh which I have retrieved from arXiv and am replicating here under fair use. The figures did not replicate properly, so see the original for those. For brevity, I’ve removed…

Nature is Continuous and Discrete
I was listening to a 2019 podcast interview of Steven Weinberg from “The Universe Speaks in Numbers” podcast. The discussion delves into one of my favourite topics — what in nature is fundamentally continuous and what is fundamentally discrete? It turns out that the answer depends on the context and is often highly nuanced. Structures…

Lee Smolin : The Trouble with Physics
Here is an interview of Lee Smolin, conducted by Brian Keating. It is such a bummer these days for me to watch Brian Keating’s channel. I invested a huge amount of time watching his episodes and in making intelligent comments on his channel relating the actual solution to nature to his discussions, and then eventually…