I updated the Mathematica packages NewPhysicalConstants.m and Physical ConstantErrors.m for the latest 2010 NIST CODATA published last month!

# All posts by jgmoxness

# VisibLie viewers in Mathematica 8 CDF browser plugin format

Check out the new web interactive way to visualize Dynkin and E8 hyperdimensional physics!!

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# D0 Results – Is this really a null result?

# New CDF data shifts data towards my 148 GeV particle prediction

New data analysis on slide 34-35 of this talk just released from the Tevatron CDF experiment is validating the “Moxness Bump” and inching closer to my 148 GeV particle prediction in eq. 18 of my paper. The experiment now puts the new particle at 147(+/-5) GeV.

# My new particle mass prediction’s potential discovery on Big Bang Theory

The science blogger (Kea) coined the term “Moxness bump” in her blog post.

This was the Season 4 Finale “The Roommate Transmogrification”.

The discovery is based on an analysis of data from Fermilab – presented by Viviana Cavaliere last month.

# New Laser Etched Crystal Pics

# The 3rd (Z) basis vector for Bathsheba & Wizzy’s 600 Cell

While the 3D model I used to create the 2D Van Oss projection isomorphic to E8 Petrie (and a beautiful pentagonal view), it was not the same as what was being used by Richter in his 3D “pre-Van-Oss” construction. Given my H (or x) and V (or y), the 3rd basis vector for this projections is most likely:

Z={0, -0.0801064, 0, 0.236818, 0, 0.0801064, 0, -0.236818}

which reproduces the Richter, Bathsheba and Wizzy’s 3D models. Interestingly, it produces one face (shown above) that is the same as all the orthonormal faces of 2 concentric 600 Cells (at the Golden Ratio). The 3rd unique face is:

I replaced the 3D spin movie of this on my main page with this new projection.