Nobody believed us when we said that we would have a Higgs boson model ready in the foreseeable future, but we managed to get it done with our EXPER simulator. Check out the paper reporting a good correlation of the mass values involved. To read directly, visit the VERTEX page: https://woodystanford.wordpress.com/the-vertex-paper/
One of the big things in physics these days is the “deuteron puzzle” explaining the slight decrease in size of a hydrogen nucleus between electronic and a “muonic” orbital. Classic quantum mechanics considers the nucleus inviolate from such puny forces like EM effecting nuclear and color forces, so this is quite the mystery. Will be releasing … More Deuteron Puzzle
A new idea for expanding a colonial presence on the moon. Using tunnel drilling equipment, to bore out entire cities out of the basalt bedrock. The basalt is then re-used for such things as pads and roads. Download either from the Stanford Systems page, or directly from here: celinia1
I’m contemplating entering AI X-Prize at some point, and had some thoughts about this competition specifically and of artificial intelligence generally. You can download this paper and read it from the VERTEX page, or from this link directly. ai_ethics2 I just wanted to get something out there on the issue, as I think its important.
I felt it important enough to mention here on my home page, what I was saying on my blog about the EXPER project. A lot of you might have heard stirrings of findings regarding this project that probes the inner structure of nucleons and quarks. Here is a hyperlink to it: http://stanfordsystems.blogspot.com/2016/08/please-read-understanding-exper-paper.html Good news! We finally … More Please read My Latest Blog Entry
We’ve decided to release our old chemicals catalog for HPR and AM/EX rocketry supplies and items. If you need powdered oxidizers (potassium and ammonium nitrate) especially, please check out our offerings here or by selecting the DIY Motor Kit & Supplies tab. Prices and shipping are better than reasonable and the product in a beautiful crystalline fine flake … More Here at last! Stanford Systems Chemicals Catalog!
Check out the VERTEX page as we’ve been documenting like crazy, especially the post-game analysis of the EXPER series of 5-Dimensional computer simulations of subatomic particles. Wit the success of the project, we’ve already started work on the next one, called FUN which stands for “the fundamental equation of space-time”. We saw some things during the … More New Scientific Papers and Manuals
Here is a paper I’ve been trying to capture on paper for quite some time, having written it in my head as I do most of my papers. It presents a plausible theory as to how reality was designed and built by a “prime intelligence”. Download from The Vertex page, or from this link directly … More *** Googleplexing *** The Paper
This package contains the C/C++ source code (ad make and installation instructions) for the EXPER series of computer simulations in our quest to (1) explain quantum phenomena in terms of spacial curvature, and (2) successfully model experimental data on proton-proton collisions with our hypothetical models (especially quark and nucleon models). Download from our downloads page or … More EXPER Package Released
We have a great little paper with output from our FEM apparatus, showing the rendered 2D wave functions over to a 3/4D FEM array. Talks about scintillation and the role it might play in the creation of mass in quarks and nucleons. I’m in a new place and having tons of fun doing what I love … More Scintillation Paper