News of gravitational waves and dark matter from the APS April meeting of 2013.

Probably no signs of gravitational waves, signs of dark matter but not a discovery. That is the...

Dark matter non-results of the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer and ANTARES. What these two observations really mean for dark matter.

The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer has found is that there are interesting features in the cosmic...

The compelling case against the universe!

A ground breaking paper has been published in the journal of comparative irrelevance which shows...

$E_P=1.92\times10^9 Joules$Planck confirms WMAP results, and is largely silent on theoretical astrophysics.

From the perspective of one theoretical particle physicist Planck found far from "nothing". The...

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Jan 31 2009 | 6 comment(s)

I had high hopes for "Gender Madness in American Psychiatry: Essays from the Struggle for Dignity", Kelley Winters. ( ISBN-10: 1-4392-2388-2, ISBN-13: 9781439223888 ) I write for Wikipedia on the issues related to Blanchard's theory.  I was looking for something that would meet wikipedia's criteria for a reliable source, written by a transsexual, on this topic.  I thought maybe this book would meet that standard.

# Quantum Space-Time Dynamics The book

Dec 16 2008 | 0 comment(s)

### Quantum Space-Time Dynamics

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# Government and Energy Research: Government funding should cast a wide net.

Dec 10 2008 | 0 comment(s)

Many of the biggest breakthroughs in science come from unexpected directions. Many revolutions come from unknown almost unfunded scientist working in obscurity. How can politicians in Washington know what kind of energy research will make that next big breakthrough? They cannot! So what will they do?  Spend money on whatever political paradigm got them the votes they needed, or sounds good to their constituents.

# Space-time is a conserved current just like charge!

Aug 15 2008 | 4 comment(s)

The result of my research into F(4) symmetry and my theory of Quantum Space-Time Dynamics.

Month's ago I wrote of my interest in researching the exceptional lie group and algebra F(4) in relation to the theory of Quantum Space-Time Dynamics.  I now have my results.  The investigation was pretty standard and not surprising.  Intuition told me that the fields in my theory, which I wrote down years before I really knew about quantum field theory, had this symmetry.  What did surprise me and disturb me was when I considered what the conserved current due to the F(4) symmetry is.  Noether's theorem tell us that a continuous symmetry of the Lagrangian will induce a conserved current.

# The Death Of An Accused Scientist - The Reporting on Bruce Ivins and It's Use of The Mad Scientist Stereotype

Aug 02 2008 | 0 comment(s)

The mad scientist stereotype seems to be alive and well.  This time it is emerging in a disturbing way.  A US Army scientist, Bruce E. Ivins, committed suicide at the age of 62.  He has been implicated in the Anthrax case from 2001.  You remember those letters that started to show up after 9/11  "Death to America, Death to Israel, Praise be to Allah!"  (That is another set of stereotypes for another day.

# New Lessons in Quantum Theory. Lessons three and four

Jun 25 2008 | 0 comment(s)

Today I have published on my youtube account two new lessons in my series on quantum theory. In my continued attempts to explain ever more complex concepts in Quantum Physics I have defined all the mathematics I should need. Based on that very minimal mathematical framework, I can have a more informal discussion with my viewers. The subjects of these lessons was basically a conceptual discussion of the subject matter of the first two lessons. A discussion which enables me to have a informed, and intuitive discussion of the concept of an operator on a space.