Gravity, explained, using sub-quantum mechanics!

Dr Vivian Robinson hosts a Q&A: “Visualizing Sub-Quantum Gravity.” It follows after Robinson’s presentation (QC0123) in which he explain his model of Sub-Quantum Gravity.

This model introduces a specific mechanism for the physical effect that causes gravity, arising from the quantum properties of matter. Gravity is ultimately an electromagnetic effect, manifesting in the redshift of photons. It can only be understood in the context of sub-quantum mechanics — the photonic substructure of subatomic particles — as well as the electric permittivity of space.

Q&A featuring:

Vivian Robinson, John G. Williamson, Louis H. Kauffman, Jerry Thomas, Garnet Ord, Brian J. Drouin, Michael Mercury, Tyler Cloutier, and Arnie Benn.

Presentation link: https://quicycle.com/video/qc0123-vivian-robinson-visualizing-quantum-gravity/

Recorded: 01/27/24

Gravity, explained, using sub-quantum mechanics!

Dr. Vivian Robinson explains his model of Sub-Quantum Gravity.

This model introduces a specific mechanism for the physical effect that causes gravity, arising from the quantum properties of matter. Gravity is ultimately an electromagnetic effect, manifesting in the redshift of photons. It can only be understood in the context of sub-quantum mechanics — the photonic substructure of subatomic particles — as well as the electric permittivity of space.

Link to the Q&A: https://quicycle.com/video/qv0124-vivian-robinson-visualizing-sub-quantum-gravity-qa/

This is the Quicycle Q&A and discussion following Dr. Vivian Robinson’s presentation on the physics and physical mechanisms behind relativistic quantum mechanics, as well as where Einstein’s work has been misunderstood. Robinson explains not only where this misunderstanding arises within General Relativity, but also what the exact solution to Einstein’s equation in.

Recorded 9/30/23

Dr. Vivian Robinson discusses the physics and physical mechanisms behind relativistic quantum mechanics, as well as where Einstein’s work has been misunderstood. Robinson explains not only where this misunderstanding arises within General Relativity, but also what the exact solution to Einstein’s equation in.

Recorded 9/30/23

Dr. John G. Williamson is a founding member of the Quicycle Society, and is back for a third conversation – this time about cosmological, electrical, and institutional questions. He is a veteran of CERN and the R&D division of Philips research who spends his days thinking about the unanswered problems in physics. In his view, there are foundational problems with key physical theories that scientists ignore at their own peril. Solutions to these inconsistencies will not be found at the end of a massively complicated equation that no one really understands – they will be found in the intuitive exploration of natural phenomena. We discuss the nature of the electron, possible causes for red shift, an explanation for charge, and the future of science. there are problems in physics that we can’t keep ignoring.

Dr. John G. Williamson is a well-known researcher and author whose work on particle physics, nano electronics, and on the physical foundations of atomic phenomena has been cited nearly 14,000 times. During his time at the advanced theoretical and experimental group at Philips Research, Williamson was part of the project that designed the first solid-state single electron device, and was able to take measurements of electrons in the quantum state. and discovered that they were enormous; in certain conditions, they were tens of nanometers across. This discovery, combined with his skepticism over particle physics that he acquired during his time at CERN, set him off on a new quest: to be the first person to truly understand the nature of the electron. With his Philips colleague Martin van der Mark, Williamson started the Quantum Bi-Cycle Society, which explores the physical foundation for atomic phenomena and hopes to settle, once and for all, the mysterious nature of the atom. We talk to him about the architectural principles necessary to satisfy the equations of quantum mechanics, serious problems with the quark model, the relationship between spin and charge, and why the definition of time is not the same thing as the nature of time.

Arnie Benn’s recent work has been focused on the behavior of humans and magnets. In his upcoming book, *The Animal In The Mirror*, he explores the evolutionary patterns still at play in the human mind, with an emphasis on the biological aspects that tend to govern cognitive processes. For the Quantum Bicycle Society, he has been exploring material explanations for magnetism as a function of atomic orbitals shape. We talk about music, the endless project of maintaining the landscape of the soul, cosmological mysteries, and material explanations for atomic phenomena.

Dr. John G. Williamson is a guest on the Demystify Science Podcast.

He is a well-known researcher and author whose work on particle physics, nano electronics, and on the physical foundations of atomic phenomena has been cited nearly 14,000 times. During his time at the advanced theoretical and experimental group at Philips Research, Williamson was part of the project that designed the first solid-state single electron device, and was able to take measurements of electrons in the quantum state. and discovered that they were enormous; in certain conditions, they were tens of nanometers across. This discovery, combined with his skepticism over particle physics that he acquired during his time at CERN, set him off on a new quest: to be the first person to truly understand the nature of the electron. With his Philips colleague Martin van der Mark, Williamson started the Quantum Bi-Cycle Society, which explores the physical foundation for atomic phenomena and hopes to settle, once and for all, the mysterious nature of the atom. We talk to him about the architectural principles necessary to satisfy the equations of quantum mechanics, serious problems with the quark model, the relationship between spin and charge, and why the definition of time is not the same thing as the nature of time.

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Q&A following Vivian Robinson’s presentation on Universal Particle Structure.

In the presentation, Dr. Vivian Robinson summarized his approach to subatomic particles, based upon the rotating photon model of matter. It unifies electromagnetism with the fundamental structure of matter particles, Einstein’s special relativity corrections, the de Broglie wavelength, the origin of charge, elementary particles, the strong nuclear force and nuclear structure, atoms, and the origin of some of their chemical properties. It uses only three space dimensions and one time dimension.

This talk was given to the “Models Of Particles” Group, moderated by Jarek Duda, on 03/11/23

In this presentation, Dr. Vivian Robinson summarizes his approach to subatomic particles, based upon the rotating photon model of matter. It unifies electromagnetism with the fundamental structure of matter particles, Einstein’s special relativity corrections, the de Broglie wavelength, the origin of charge, elementary particles, the strong nuclear force and nuclear structure, atoms, and the origin of some of their chemical properties. It uses only three space dimensions and one time dimension.

Presented to the Models of Particles group on 03/11/23.