From Asynchronous Logic to the Standard Model to Superflight to the Stars Stephen Blaha

ISBN: 9780984553037

Published: August 10th 2011

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692 pages


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From Asynchronous Logic to the Standard Model to Superflight to the Stars  by  Stephen Blaha

From Asynchronous Logic to the Standard Model to Superflight to the Stars by Stephen Blaha
August 10th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 692 pages | ISBN: 9780984553037 | 8.40 Mb

This edition is the latest in a series of books by this author that have appeared in the past ten years that seek to make sense of the form of The Standard Model. Previously The Standard Model was viewed as a hodgepodge of particles symmetries andMoreThis edition is the latest in a series of books by this author that have appeared in the past ten years that seek to make sense of the form of The Standard Model. Previously The Standard Model was viewed as a hodgepodge of particles symmetries and features that worked experimentally but was only an approximation to a true fundamental theory.

The overall purpose of this series of books was to show that the form of The Standard Model is based on certain fundamental principles that ultimately emanate from Logic, Asynchronous Logic in particular. Physical phenomena are asynchronous. The simplest form of Asynchronous Logic has a 4-valued logic that maps naturally to Dirac-like equations. Upon this bridge The Standard Model is constructed with parity violation, particle symmetries SU(3) SU(2) U(1) U(1), and a spin 1/2 fermion spectrum with four generations of four fermion species split into quarks and leptons. Two species of WIMPs are also derived.

A new formulation of Logic is presented. A major application of the derived Standard Model, superluminal starships, is discussed. Tachyon quantum field theory is described in detail as is a new method of renormalization that renormalizes the Standard Model and Quantum Gravity. An alternative method for generating particle masses and mixing angles is presented that avoids the use of Higgs particle



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