Questions to be Answered:

1. The Value of the Fine-Structure Constant|

(i) The Origin
(ii) The Abacus
(iii) The Qbox
(iv) Entropy
(v) Fine-Structure Constant

2. Why 3-D Existence|

(i) 4π Symmetry

(ii) Existence in 3-D

Twenty Six Dimensions

3. Why Families of Quarks & Leptons|

¬ We do not know yet. 


  • Design a functioning device for α 1/134|  (Current technologies are for  α < 1/137.)
  •  Can the universe heal itself similar to the human body or is it already doing it right now|  It must be, but can we find the evidence|  
(In technology the ad-hoc networks are designed based on the immune system.)                          

In a Nutshell

Nutshell 2019

Nutshell 2018

Nutshell 2017

Nutshell 2016

Nutshell 2015

Nutshell 2014

Knots in j-space

Trefoil Knot
Figure-8 Knot
Gauss Code
Laurent Polynomials
Virtual Knots
Unknotting DNA

Algebraic Topology: a beginner's course by NJ Wildberger UNSW

Knot Theory Lectures by Anthony Bosman

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An Ecosystem of δ-Potentials - III

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An Ecosystem of δ-Potentials - II

19th July 2020
An Ecosystem of δ-Potentials - I

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2nd November 2019

Stitching Measurement Space Together - III

7th September 2019
Stitching Measurement Space Together - II

30th August 2019
b-field and the lower "mass" bound (FN1 added)

29th June 2019     
Stitching Measurement Space Together - I

      27th June 2019
        Mass Length Topology  (FN3 updated)

19th May 2019

1Mass Length Topology

        9th May 2019
        A Timeless Constant

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Space Time and Entropy

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Nutshell 2018

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The Curve of Least Disorder

1st October 2018
Möbius & Lorentz Transformations - II

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Essential Learning

Paul Dirac: Christchurch Lectures on Quantum Mechanics (1975)

Richard Feynman: University of Auckland Lectures on QED (1979)

Leonard Susskind: Stanford University Theoretical Minimum Lectures

Carl Bender: PIRSA Lectures on Mathematical Physics

Barton Zweibach: MIT Lectures on Quantum Physics (I, II, III)

Cliff Burgess: McMaster U. Lectures on Introduction to QFT for Undergraduates




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