This free *Mathematica* Computable Document Format (.CDF) demonstration takes you on an integrated visual journey from the abstract elements of geometry, algebra, particle and nuclear physics, and on to the atomic elements of chemistry. http://theoryofeverything.org/TOE/JGM/ToE_Demonstration.cdf (0.5Mb)

It requires the free Mathematica CDF plugin.

# Tag Archives: ToE

# Higgs Mass Prediction of 124.443 GeV (a public retrodiction)

As shown in a previous post here and here, I introduced a prediction of a new 148 GeV particle that seemed to be evidenced by FermiLab’s CDF experiment. Unfortunately, the D0 experiment failed to confirm it. Initially I hesitated to make a public retrodiction (or post-diction) about the latest LHC findings of the Higgs at 124 Gev (until better confirmation).

I would like to make public some earlier work that produced eq. 18 148 GeV Higgs mass prediction. The issue is around the inclusion of the factor of 2 before the Planck constant. Initially, I anticipated that no factor would be needed, but that put the particle mass at ~98 GeV, below the exclusion range from LEP. I had entertained the idea of using an Sqrt(2) term putting it at ~124 GeV, but due to aesthetic considerations I opted for using a factor of 2. Please see the modified calculation highlighted below.

Interestingly, it seems the LHC has found that my earlier (albeit superceded) choice may have been the right one! But, time will tell…

# SM particle reduction: 240->8

I’ve just posted a new paper on using the simple roots of E8 to reduce the particle count of the Lisi model from 240 to 8. See DynkinParticleReductions.pdf

# VisibLie viewers in Mathematica 8 CDF browser plugin format

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

view here

# 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.

# Simple explanation for my new particle mass calculation

# New particle at ~150GeV – Could it be my Higgs at 148GeV?

# More SciAm images

An emulation (w/particle labels) of an E8 embedding from Lisi’s Dec. 2010 Scientific American article. There are 2 rings of 12 groups of 8 fermions (with 2 overlapping in the center) and 4 rings of 12 bosons.

# A few new projections in honor of Garrett’s second SciAm Article this year.

Another article in SciAm

I created an emulation of the article pic (bottom)

and added a well known Lisi projection (middle),

and one of my own clearly showing 2 rings of 12 groups of 8 Fermions and 4 Boson rings of 12 :

# My E8 image in SciAm

I finally made it into a notable publication (or at least my image has 😉

Sep. 2010 Scientific American Article “Rummaging for a Final Theory”