Working on schrodinger’s equation and noticed that the energy model in EXPER-VERTEX is identical (but correlated by physical constant in the Standard Model where as they appear unitary in EV) to reality. Good news, looks like my minor theory is continuing to slowly trudge forward. Hopefully my mass model holds up. Might get the derivation of … More Good News!
New developments with EXPER-VERTEX has lead to the possibility of a logical theory of quantum gravity emerging through a clever inversion of the EXPER algorithm. We are excited about this as it might contribute to one (if not the one) of the grails of modern physics. Just a brief announcement to bookmark this moment in … More Possibility of Quantum Gravity Finding
We noticed something on the UVI wavelengths of the Venus Gravity Wave issue. We also noticed that there were no reports of earth based sightings of this phenomenon on Google, so we tore apart the publicly-available data, and came up with a hypothesis that could explain the Akatsuki data. Here is the report on our … More Possible Explanation of Venus Gravity Waves
Was thinking about what deSitter and anti-deSitter space was, and realizing that EXPER was designed to work with curved space, we just wrote some new routines and created a cube of deSitter and a cube of anti-deSitter space. Here are the results (or you can also see them in The VERTEX page with more description): … More Creating DeSitter Space in EXPER
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We are pleased to announce that our original projections are born out in simulation that we can indeed produce a true suborbital rocket that will propel one or two people to an altitude of 330,000 (62 miles) high. I would like to remind people that my entrance into the original X Prize was stymied by … More Daedalus preliminary design finished.
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.