Originally posted by royalchicken
Would be happy to give it a try. Thing is, most of the math I have done actual, theoretical work in is analytic number theory, and things not related to physics, so my physics is a bit (read: very) weak.
Mark... I would appreciate any comments as far as the basic structure of Louis Nielsens equations. I enjoy physics and cosmology but other than being able to do the basic algebra, I get lost when the calculus comes along.
If this guy is right then (just a few of many) consequences are:
1 - Louis Nielsen joins Albert Einstein in the history books.
2 - Gravity is the result of "pressure" of "unitons" (unitary mass)
acting because any two masses "mask" each other, causing
apparent "attraction" as per Newton.
3 - The driving force of stars and quasars is fission, not fusion. (I know, I know)
4 - All of the basic forces of nature are united as "gravitaional remnants"
5 - The mass of the universe is the same as at the start. It's expanse is growing and Gravity decreases over time.
6 - Most importantly, if his math is correct, there is a good chance that this is the GUT. (Grand Unified Theory) that Einstein worked on the last 30 years of his life...
Some of the predictions are...
1 - The expansion of the universe should be accelerating.
2 - The orbit of stars in spiral galaxies should be "faster" than expected the further from the center you go.