I published the book Unitedly Broadened Physics: Toward One Theory for Elementary Particles, Objects, and the Cosmos. The abstract is …

- We address three physics opportunities. First, predict new elementary particles. Second, explain phenomena such as dark matter and dark energy. Third, unite physics theories and models.
- We use models based on solutions to equations featuring isotropic pairs of isotropic quantum harmonic oscillators.
- First, we show solutions that match the known elementary particles. We propose that other solutions correlate with elementary particles that people have yet to detect.
- Second, we extend solutions to encompass known conservation-law symmetries. We note that extended solutions correlate with known kinematics. We propose that extended solutions correlate with descriptions of dark matter, dark energy, and other phenomena.
- Third, we note that the work unites, extends, and limits aspects of traditional physics. Those aspects include classical physics, special relativity, general relativity, quantum mechanics, the elementary-particle Standard Model, and the cosmology timeline.

I invite you to read, enjoy, learn, and extend work “Unitedly Broadened Physics” discusses.

I provide more information and a 30+page extract at link.

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