Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

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    Five unsolved problems in Theoretical Physics by Michael Balmer

    Five unsolved problems in Theoretical Physics ,there are more so i don’t want anyone to think we only have five,even of the five there is only one to discuss being more important than the others.

    Problem 1 :Combine General Relativity with Quantum Mechanics

    Problem 2:The foundations of Quantum Mechanics

    Problem 3:Can particles and Forces be unified to theory explaining as a single entity

    Problem 4:How are the values of free constants in nature chosen by the Standard Model

    Problem 5:Dark Matter and Dark Energy

    The only one being discussed here is Problem 3,why number three,simple,number 5 is irrelavant and numbers 1,2 and 4 are answered by number 3 but some discussion on the others is prudent or there was no reason to bring them up

    1) Combining General Relativty with Quantum Physics (QM),one would think this wouldn’t be a problem as long as the atomic realism is unimportant and that the only thing worth knowing is what can be seen yet vast enough not to be seen,I generalize this by saying QM, things left of zero and Relativity,things right of zero,so this will give us a notion of what the combining would bring and where,and this where is...zero,so we assign zero on a graph as the point of sharing the two worlds of the big and the small,even that would be simple yet,the big is not what most of Relativity encumbers,that would be Gravity and the Gravitational effects on bodies and open fields we consider space and the geometric designs it entails based on time,So...how do we get something that has absolutely nothing do with the premise of the other to form our zero?Since General Relativity doesn’t view Gravity as a” Force of Nature” but the contour of space we certainly can not look to combine “Forces” at our zero point and this is why it on the list,however..we may have an answer in Problem 3.

    2) The Foundations of Quantum Mechanics,This could take a great deal of effort so using some of the points related to Problem 1 as a start, and since the 1920’s Quantum Mechanics has grown and is still expanding(which makes it difficult to grasp),but the foundation remains as it’s constant with much deliberations on those foundations and the interpretations of such makes not having but a single simple position to verify ( sounds familiar)is part of it’s charm so to speak, and the reason it’s on the list, with these positions of, Quantization,Wave-Particle Duality,Uncertainty Principle,Blackbody Radiation,Photo-electric effect,probabilities and of course..the Wave Function,however...we may have an answer in Problem 3.

    4) How are the values of free constants in nature chosen by the Standard Model. The Standard Model requires 25 physical constants, about half of them the masses of fundamental particles,see the dilema,Can it be a litle more frustrating?being relative the Planck Mass become dimensionless and that brings us to 137.036.Originally there were 19 but the discovery of more particles increased the number,
    we can list them as: The Fine Structure,The Strong Coupling,the Fifteen Fundamental Particles of Quarks,Leptons,Higgs boson,W boson,Z boson,CKM Matrix,the Pontecorvo-Maki-Nakagawa-Sakata Matrix
    the reason it’s on the list and the reason for “Looking beyond the Standard Model “,however...we may have an answer in Probem 3.

    5) Dark Matter and Dark Energy, all there can be said here is, when there is verification either exist then there will be answer,how can an experiment be performed on something when you don’t know what you are experimenting on,however...there may be an answer in Problem 3 but on that even i have doubts.

    3) Can Particles and Forces be unified to theory explaining as a single entity, Now we get to number 3,the question implies a Grand Unified Theory as well as a Theory of Everything so it is fitting the have it last,the question of a Grand Unified Theory isn’t as important as it is put forth to be,neither is a Theory of Everything,to establish these two efforts in physics is nothing more than the simplification of how we perceive nature and with that.. reality,we do realize nature is a system of systems,a motion of motions within motions,of constant creation and annihilation by which it shapes and reshapes itself,so the question is asked,can Particles and Forces be unified to theory explaining as a single entity?yes of course,and it has been with us since the first moments man became aware of it,my answer to this question is usually done in a riddle...”It takes the forces of nature to create it and it to create the forces of nature” and after years of researching this.....

    Ladies and Gentlemen,i give you the Atom

    Five unsolved problems in Theoretical Physics, Note by Michael Balmer, Montclair

      • Oliver Thewalt
        Oliver Thewalt

        At the Horizons: square root -1 = 0
        By a visible light world view or observational physics, we will not be be able to model the phenomenon to be unravalled, but in this world view of time independent modelling or a quantum threshold of (not 'between') phases of existence and non-exisctence - former notion: quasi FTL - there is no dimension as such: it is about a dimensional transiting (the gate state 'carriers' (virtuals,majorana states, ....) at the horizons (former notion: the old Wheeler Hawking Bekenstein Black Hole picture --> transiting the event horizon) which induces a phase transition (positive charge identity, positron, fermion folding to quasi Schwarzschild radii (Pi not constant in front of)): this is the 2D world sheet transiting at the (apparent) horizons by motion and energy scaling - the 2D world sheet is about the higgs string vacua: oscillation and vibrating, the D-branes connecting the string vacua, unfolding the Yang Mills SU (5) AdS5 phase space fields: on the surfaces you have the Penrose patterns in a fractal transition (Penrose tilings, tessalations) - this will dissolve the tautologies within Gauge Theory by the help of Gauß:

        Black Hole to proton surfaces

        The statement "At the Horizons: square root -1 = 0" is incomplete (not defined in ||R), it says that our current maths is insufficient, and it is correct because we have to extent the meaning of this, over ||C and ||B : we need 'Dimensional (fractal) transiting maths' in a phase transition: imaginary numbers are still insufficient, as I suppose because, they still span a space in a quantum gate notion, but BH states are not abt a quantum gate as such, the positron is NOT the anti-electron, neither it is an opposite charge identity! Bra Ket Dirac notion will not be sufficient, as I suppose, because you cannot measure the positive Charge identity as such - there is no time reversability - we need maths for fractal infinity .......comprising 'preexistent' states which transform the fermion foldings to neutrons and protons.

        This is why the neutrino is its own anti: the mass is osciallating due to the permanent phase tranistion while not locked by Pauli: it must have properties beyond oscillation: it should be about the vibration of the higgs string vacua, it should mediate the Schwarzschild radii of protons by neutrons ....