physics, a gentleman's science
Watching Neil Turok on Horizon or reading Stephen Hawking, for instance in The Nature of Space and Time, i'm reminded: these are refined gentlemen with balanced, deep, and intricate perspectives. If we could emulate them, i believe there'd be less strife and struggle - and - more stimulating insightful discussions. Not that they agree on everything, or even that i agree with them, but simply the gentlemanly respect they show others combined with open-mindedness - these are unequivocally admirable qualities. i've written to both of them and i guarantee you: they're willing to think about the following concepts..
Wikipedia is about to delete 'quantum realism' - my second attempt over several years to encourage humanity to ask fundamental questions about spacetime and energy. It doesn't distress me; i expected it as convention's attempt to perserve: job security, investment in research, and most importantly - public perception of their adequacy. For instance, if it was proven they've been pursing a 'dead end' / blind alley with the Standard Model, if the prime assumptions of the Standard Model are actually incorrect, there'd be a considerable amount of embarrassment on their side. They'd realize that for about 100 years, they were getting paid to confirm a theory that was essentially incorrect.
Wikipedia's label of my article was 'fringe', but the label is inappropriate at best. i'm actually extremely conservative in my veiwpoints as we shall see .. i propose some 'radically conservative' veiwpoints:
1. spacetime/time is infinitely elastic - nothing special happens behind an event-horizon
calling a black-hole a 'singularity' is a misnomer
there's no abrupt change in spacetime near a black-hole
neutronium is the most dense material possible in our universe
2. spacetime/time has finite elasticity
simply implies a finite force/stress is required to stretch/deform/strain spacetime/time
this does not contradict point 1 (please study elasticity to understand this point)
3. gravitational waves seem impossible in our universe
please watch the video entitled: Cosmic Journeys: The Largest Black Holes in the Universe
on YouTube; this illustrates the destructive force of gravitational waves
if spacetime allowed gravitational waves to propagate, our solar system would have been
destroyed by them
4. spacetime is explicitly 3D+1
there are no hidden dimensions to space as string theory suggests
time is unidirectional/causal
5. what we think of as 'curved spacetime' is actually only curved time
time curves into space - reinforcing point 4
6. spacetime is continuous
spacetime is not discrete; there would be 'hard evidence' of discrete spacetime/time
7. energy/photons propagate in only one way:
a transverse electromagnetic wave oscillating out-of-phase with temporal curvature
8. the notion of balanced curvature requires conservation
the concept of the antiphoton, with negative temporal curvature, is 'born'/required
'coincidentally', they explain electromagnetism from a quantum realism standpoint
9. the concept of the impedance of space/time is absolutely required in this framework
engineers require it to analyze/design electromagnetic devices; it's a practical concern
physicists cannot ignore it as trivial/meaningless/irrelevant
Many of these concepts have been around in excess of 100 years. Allow me to repeat that.
Many of these concepts have been around in excess of 100 years.
Not just been around - but put to practical use for that much time..
Does that make me fringe? Or conservative?
Conservative is not fringe; conservative is conservative.
.. Convention is the speculative party:
inflation / unrealistic physics
The list seems endless on convention's part - to explain reality without the Prime Cause.
Who's fringe? Convention or me?
A video version of this article can be found here.