The singularity-based mathematical model of black holes has long proved its great worth, by providing a solid basis for theoretical constructions of these cosmological behemoths. However, this model is based on certain basic physical assumptions which might not adequately account for the remarkable and …

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## One Thing Does Lead to Another

One Physics misconception that I still see bandied about, frequently, is that quantum physics is somehow fundamentally different than the classical physics we observe at larger scales. Inevitably, Schrodinger’s cat is mentioned in there somehow, as a wearisome “example” of just how strange quantum …

Continue reading## Where is all the Anti-Matter Hiding? The Answer Will Surprise You

Probably my favorite part of The Enlightening was one of the last things that came to me through the course of my endeavors, which is the matter/ anti-matter discrepancy in our universe. The solution is so perfect (though admittedly rather mind-blowing) that I have …

Continue reading## When Light Collides With Light

I love this experimental discovery and its implications for electrodynamics. All fundamental particles are cousins of the quantum units of electromagnetic energy (photons), but none more so than the ubiquitous electron. Very cool work by Professor Anne Sickles of my alma mater, The University …

Continue reading## “Lost in Math”

Here’s a link to a book review from The Enlightening’s site.

Continue reading## Dark Energy is Getting Stronger

Researchers at the University of Florence have deduced that dark energy appears to be getting stronger over time. The hyper-dimensional universe, as I am proposing, follows that model—a period of rapid deceleration and expanding dispersion of mass/energy in the earliest stages of the …

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