The book Physics Small and Vast: Complementing the Standard Model was published in March 2013.
- Theme -
Math and physics go together to discuss some basics. Whereas the Standard Model may address just the first of the following functions, Physics Small and Vast may cover all of them.
* List known elementary particles;
* Explain gravitation;
* Explain dark matter;
* Explain dark energy;
* Explain changes in the rate of expansion of the universe;
* Compute the mass of Higgs-like bosons;
* Suggest a neutrino mass;
* Explain why the matter/antimatter ratio is not 1.particles.
- Abstract -
A mathematical model provides for known phenomena the Standard Model seems not to cover. The model herein provides for gravity and non-traditional elementary particles, as well Standard Model elementary particles. The model provides characteristics of the stuff of dark matter and the stuff of dark energy. The model estimates seemingly appropriate masses for neutrinos and Higgs-like bosons. The model provides for bosons that govern changes in the rate of expansion of the universe. The model provides a mechanism that might have led to the imbalance between matter and antimatter. The model makes non-traditional use of traditional concepts regarding harmonic oscillators.
- Keywords - Baryonic matter . Black hole . Boson . Charge . Clumping . Color charge . Cosmic microwave background . CP violation . CPT symmetry . Dark energy . Dark matter . Density of the universe . Elementary particles . Energy-momentum space . Expansion of the universe . Fermion . Fundamental forces . General relativity . Generations . Graviton . Higgs-like boson . Mass . Mass of Higgs-like bosons . Neutrino mass . Number of fundamental physical constants . Other universes . Photon . Physical constants . Quantum harmonic oscillator . Scope of physics . Space time . Spin . Standard Model . Strong interaction . Theory of everything . Time direction of positrons . Unified electromagnetism and gravity . Weak interaction
- Extract - Physics Small and Vast – extract (includes a summary of findings, and summaries of the sections)
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