**A New Theory of Everything That Sets Scalars Equal To Tensors Looks Like Nonsense.**

If your theory of everything has tensors set equal to scalars then it is wrong. Simply put...

**Robert Zubrin's Credible Proposal to Save the ISS From Destruction.**

Robert Zubrin, a great Aerospace Engineer and advocate for human space exploration, has a credible...

**The Northern Lights Seen As Far South As Arizona. G5 Magnetic Storm To Continue Through Sunday.**

The northern lights as one would expect and see them if they were in the frozen reaches of Canada...

**DEI Without Compromise: Embracing Diversity in the LISA Global Scientific Collaboration. A ESA NASA Project.**

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) have become buzzwords often debated within the United States...

**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.

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