Math Physics (details)

The following book includes results leading toward Unitedly Broadened Physics.

 

Atlantis Press and Springer offer the following book.

Models for Physics of the Very Small and Very Large

  •  A centerpiece of the work is a possible analog, for elementary particles, to the periodic table for elements.
  • To the extent nature exhibits some of the possible elementary particles, the book predicts or explains various aspects of elementary-particle physics, dark matter, dark energy, and cosmology.

Overview material includes the following.

  • Summary of aspects of Models for Physics of the Very Small and Very Large (in the form of a draft talk – “Beyond the 2015 Standard Model: Specific possible elementary particles, plus phenomena they might explain” – for a meeting of the American Physical Society Far West Section; video, 9+ minutes, by Thomas J. Buckholtz).
  • Some Physics Highlights from … Models for Physics of the Very Small and Very Large (PDF, 5 pages, by Thomas J. Buckholtz).

Links to copies of the book include the following.

Front cover for

Front cover for “Models for Physics of the Very Small and Very Large” by Thomas J. Buckholtz

  • Springer (hardcover and eBook): link
  • Springer (eBook and its chapters): link
  • Amazon.com (hardcover and Kindle): link

Downloads (no-cost PDF files) include the following.

  • Front Matter (about the series of books, title pages, dedication, Preface, and Table of Contents): link
  • Preface (a portion of Front Matter): link
  • Table of Contents (a portion of Front Matter): link
  • Chapter 2 (all pages): link
  • Back Matter (Bibliography [does not include References] and Index): link

Related information includes the following.

  • A conference-proceedings paper (The book supersedes this paper. The paper shows some possible explanations [based on a set of possible elementary particles that is less robust than the set the book shows] of some elementary-particle phenomena and some cosmology phenomena.): link to paper, (link to proceedings)

Other links include the following.

  • A tweet by Vint Cerf: link
  • An abstract for a proposed talk for an American Physical Society (Far West Section) meeting in October 2016: link

Other overview material includes the following.

  • Summary of aspects of Models for Physics of the Very Small and Very Large (video, 11+ minutes, by Thomas J. Buckholtz)
  • An Introduction to … Models for Physics of the Very Small and Very Large (PDF, 4 pages, by Thomas J. Buckholtz)
  • Product flyer for the book (PDF, 1 page, by Springer)
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