I provided an overview of how my attempted physics research may provide definitive answers for the following needs.
- Explain gravitation
- Explain dark matter
- Explain dark energy
- Explain rate-of-expansion changes
- Compute Higgs boson mass
- Suggest neutrino masses
I also discussed the following need.
- List known elementary particles
From my research, a similar list of “known” elementary particles applies to each of 24 “ensembles.” From our perspective, baryonic matter is 1 ensemble, 5 ensembles comprise what we consider to be dark matter, and 18 ensembles comprise what we consider to be “the stuff of dark energy.” Each of 4 groups of 6 ensembles has its own gravity.
I discussed some possible objections to some of my methods and results, in each case indicating why the possible objections need not be valid.
And, I discussed (in some versions of the talk [more below about multiple versions]) meeting the following needs.
- Explain matter/anti-matter ≠ 1
- Explain size of CP violation
I appreciate having heard other talks at the conference. I modified my intended remarks to reflect some of what I learned. And, I appreciate questions and discussion that occurred as a result of my talk.
I gave my talk 4 times during session J8.
- As the third presenter in the session. (I was scheduled to be the eighth of nine presenters, but some presenters were not present.)
- For people who arrived after each of the present presenters had presented once.
- For people who attended at the scheduled time for my presentation.
- For some people whom an attendee of my third presentation had been unable to find in time for these people to attend the as-scheduled presentation.
(More information about the research can be found via my mathematical physics page.)