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.

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.

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.

Very exciting, I have been waiting for these results for over 10 years. Please see equation 18 in my paper http://theoryofeverything.org/TOE/JGM/ToE.pdf which predicts a Higgs (or per Lisi, a Higgs sector boson) at 148 GeV.

This is constructed interactively using the mouse GUI (or manually through keyboard entry of the node / line tables) from VisibLie_Dynkin found on TheoryOfEverything.org.

The Lie group names are calculated based on the Dynkin topology. The geometric permutation names are calculated (to rank 8) based on the binary pattern of empty and filled nodes. The node and line colors can be used as indicators in Coxeter projections and/or Hasse diagrams.

This tool can be used to drive the visualizations in VisibLie_E8.

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.

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 :

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

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