An Approach towards a Unified Theory

What is the world made of?

  1. Matter
  2. Antimatter
  3. ?

What are the principal force(s) in the world?

  1. Energy
  2. ?

How do these forces manifest?

  1. Electricity
  2. Magnetism
  3. Chemical/molecular bonding
  4. ?

What is the direction of these forces?

  1. Heirarchical evolution/building blocks
  2. Entropy

What are the purposes of these forces?

  1. Bonding
  2. Persistence
  3. Chaos
  4. Disintegration
  5. ?

What are the central laws of existence?

  1. Thermodynamics
  2. ?

Commentary: The world’s ingredients can only be matter and antimatter, no? What else do you need?
The force of the world is energy and nothing else. Other than energy, there is no force at all.
The force manifests as electric current, magnetic pull and especially bonding of elements. Like Einstein said, everything’s a force field.
The purposes of the force are creation/progression (hierarchical evolution), attachment (bonding), scattering (chaos), and annihilation (disintegration).
Casting all distraction aside and boiling what’s left all down, the underlying rule of existence seems to be thermodynamics. Getting down to brass tacks, what else do you need other than thermodynamics? It’s the base law of them all. Strip it all way, and only thermodynamics remains. All else is dross.
Now that we have solved some of the major problems of the universe, I think I will go lie down for a bit.

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  1. Tranist cop arrested in D.C. under suspicion of being ISIS
    terrorist. First time it ever happened. How many more sleepers?
    Keep out of Baltimore especially on Sept. 10.

  2. The only theory of everything I’ve seen that I can make heads or heels of is the Reciprocal theory by Dewey B. Larson. Not that I understand all of it.
    “What are the principal force(s) in the world?” Answer=(from Dewey Larson)

    FIRST FUNDAMENTAL POSTULATE: The physical universe is composed entirely of one component, motion, existing in three dimensions, in discrete units, and with two reciprocal aspects, space and time.
    SECOND FUNDAMENTAL POSTULATE: The physical universe conforms to the relations of ordinary commutative mathematics, its magnitudes are absolute and its geometry is Euclidean.

    Dewey says that different motions make up the different types of atoms. Kind of like twist. The things that make his theory so good is that he can predict the behavior of atoms and molecules depending on the type twist. Also melting and vaporization temperatures. Now this might not seem like much but in quantum theory you can’t practically predict anything. The equations become to complicated. He’s the only person that has an explanation for the double slit problem that makes sense. He also predicted several astronomical species of stars that no one had seen before he predicted them. He explains super high energy particles that fly through the universe that as far as I can tell no one has a reasonable explanation for. Although he didn’t predict it his theory explains gamma-ray burst in my opinion. Now all this being said I’m not smart enough to confidentially say that he’s right as quantum theory is just too damn complicated for a normal human being and if I understand correctly it’s too complicated for anyone to do anything with. I notice that a lot of other alternate theories have the same type descriptions yet they don’t use Dewey’s simplified description of twist.
    Whether Dewey is right or not a lot of what they teach just can’t be right. An example. The outer corona of the Sun is hotter than the interior. Well if fusion drives the Sun like they say then this couldn’t be possible. How can the outside be hotter than the fusing inside?
    One thing Dewey and physics is wrong about is that the speed of light is a constant. It’s not. It’s mostly at one speed but it varies depending on direction and gravity. The Michelson-Morley Experiment DID NOT SEE the same speed for light going the same direction as the Earths travel as compared to perpendicular to it’s travel. All the textbooks say they saw zero difference. This is not true I’ve read the actual report myself.
    Off topic. People think I don’t like Black people but I like this Black guy. Watch it’s funny.

  3. It’s how the energy manifests which is the issue. On a large scale, you can see gravitational distorion, electromagnetic fields, and these work in our macroscopic view. On a very small scale, quantum mechanics is of greater relevance. The physics is different. Subatomic particles don’t move through space the way planets do, and even the laws of thermodynamics can appear to be violated.
    Somehow we need to unify the model for the quantum world with our macro world, and that there is the challenge.

  4. Randomly ran across this. It made me very happy.
    “The theory of relativity is a mass of error and deceptive ideas violently opposed to the teachings of great men of science of the past and even to common sense. The theory wraps all these errors and fallacies and clothes them in magnificent mathematical garb which fascinates, dazzles and makes people blind to the underlying error. The theory is like a beggar clothed in purple whom ignorant people take for a king. Its exponents are very brilliant men, but they are metaphysicists rather than scientists”
    –Nikola Tesla, 1935

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