## Posts Tagged ‘Fermion’

September 16, 2017
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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April 15, 2013
On April 14, 2013, I presented a talk, “Dark Matter Bosons and Fermions“, at an American Physical Society conference in Denver, Colorado, USA. (Here are the slides from the talk.)

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.)

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Tags:American Physical Society, Baryonic matter, Boson, Cosmic microwave background, CP violation, Dark Energy, Dark Matter, Density of the universe, Elementary Particles, Expansion of the universe, Fermion, Fundamental forces, General relativity, Graviton, Higgs-like boson, Mass, Mass of Higgs boson, Neutrino mass, Photon, Standard Model, Unified electromagnetism and gravity, Weak interaction

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March 14, 2013
You may want to view a 9-minute video summary of some of my attempted research in physics.

Much of the video summary parallels material I plan to present, on April 14, 2013, at an American Physical Society conference in Denver, Colorado, USA. The title of the talk is “Dark Matter Bosons and Fermions.”

The research suggests the possibility that other beings in our universe might, in effect, consider that people (you and I) are part of the stuff those beings consider to be dark energy. (The stuff those beings would be made of is part of what we consider to be dark energy.)

The video summary and the planned talk address the following.

- Explain gravitation;
- Explain dark matter;
- Explain dark energy;
- Explain changes in the rate of expansion of the universe;
- Compute the mass of neutrinos;
- Compute the mass of Higgs bosons.

I do not plan to present, as part of the talk, some of the summary’s material about my book Physics Small and Vast: Complementing the Standard Model.

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Tags:American Physical Society, 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

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July 14, 2012
On July 13, 2012, I provided a brief presentation (for the Venture Capital ~ Private Equity Roundtable) regarding my book Physics 642b: Patterns, Forces, Particles, and Stuff.

Several Roundtable members talked about the book with me during the next break in the program or after the end of the formal meeting.

I would like to thank Gloria Guenther for inviting me to make this presentation.

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