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homepage It is no longer common for mathematicians or scientists to publish entire books full of new information or theories. Due to specialization, the normal procedure is to publish experimental findings augmented by very limited theoretical suggestions. By and large, theory is left to a select and limited number of specialists. Those in the center of the field would claim that this is a sign of their maturity, humility, or other positive quality, suggesting that those on the margin who are rash enough to have their own ideas must be immature, immodest, or otherwise deluded. In doing this they neglect to notice that the entire history of science has proceeded along other lines, and that the contemporary hierarchy would be seen as abnormal, inefficient, and ridiculously regimented by anyone from the past, even by those from the recent past like Einstein and Planck and Maxwell. This is as
much as to admit that I know that my book must seem an anomaly as
well as an anachronism. Both its form and its content must seem
strange to a modern reader. To counteract this I have found it
necessary to write this general overview. In it I will briefly
describe the highlights of my research, hopefully whetting the
reader's appetite for the longer papers. None of my papers contain
difficult math or esoteric ideas, but here I will simplify even
further, offering the sort of critical gloss a publisher or editor
might make a hundred years from now, assuming my ideas are
correct. Most of these papers are now several years old, and
already I have a bit of hindsight regarding them. This makes it
possible for me to rank my findings in order of importance, and to
contextualize them for you as I list them. This may give you a
place to start in your readings, or it may supply you with a
clearer understanding of what I think I have achieved. Either way,
given that the book has now gone past 2,200 pages, I think it has
become a PR necessity, if nothing else.
This is of
fundamental contemporary importance, since it means that the point
cannot enter calculus equations. It also cannot exit calculus
equations. Meaning that you cannot find points as the solutions to
any differential or integral problems. There is simply no such
thing as a solution at an instant or a point, including a solution
that claims to be a velocity, a time, a distance, or an
acceleration. Whenever mathematics is applied to physics, the
point is not a possible solution or a possible question or axiom.
It is not part of the math. Now, it is
true that diagrammed points may be used in mathematics and
physics. You can easily assign a number to a diagrammed point.
Descartes gave us a very useful graph to use when diagramming
them. But these diagrammed points are not physical points and
cannot stand for physical points. A physical point has no
dimensions, by definition. A diagrammed point must have at least
one dimension. In a Cartesian graph, a diagrammed point has two
dimensions: it has an x-dimension and a y-dimension. What people
have not remembered is that if you enter a series of equations
with a certain number of dimensions, you must exit that series of
equations with the same number of dimensions. If you assign a
variable to a parameter, then that variable must have at least one
dimension. It must have at least one dimension because you intend
to assign a number to it. That is what a variable is—a
potential number. This means that all your variables and all your
solutions must have at least one dimension at all times. If they
didn't, you couldn't assign numbers to them. Most recently I discovered a fourth set of unified field equations, that being the equations of Maxwell. Specifically, I discovered that Maxwell's displacement field was hiding the charge field. This allowed me to tie many more things into my unified field, including Gauss' Law. I haven't
updated this paper in a long time, but my
nuclear diagrams must certainly place high on this list. I am
the first person in history to successfully diagram the nucleus,
showing it is not just a bag of marbles. Rather, it is a complex
channeler of charge. This has allowed me to also throw out
electron bonding theory as unnecessary, as well as the strong
force. I have now diagrammed most important elements and many
important molecules, showing how their qualities are explained by
these channels of charge. If this paper was useful to you in
any way, please consider donating a dollar (or more) to the SAVE
THE ARTISTS FOUNDATION. This will allow me to continue writing
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