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Spring-And-Loop Theory:

Introduction

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by Floyd Maxwell, BASc


Introduction


 

Begin with the end in mind.
- Aeneas Williams'
Hall of Fame induction speech

 

I'd like to introduce...

There are two kinds of introductions.

The most common is to introduce "Something new!"

To break new ground and plant a seed.

Spring-And-Loop Theory did this when it presented the original paper.
 

Today Spring-And-Loop Theory is mature.

A tree in mid-life.

Introductions of mature products have less fanfare.

And more substance.
 


In the beginning...

If you want to find the secrets of the Universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration. I spent the last 50 years doing just that, and my products are a direct result of this investigation.
- Nikola Tesla

The end in physics is unification.

Few think that end will ever come.

Most think that physics is impossibly complicated.

Physics is littered with the corpses
of dead unified field theories.

- Freeman Dyson

Meanwhile, Spring-And-Loop Theory has quietly unified physics.
 


Conceived in stages

Spring-And-Loop Theory first worked on trying to understand how gravity "attracts", at a distance.

A process puzzling enough

to become a book title.
 


Simultaneously, a simple low-level model was conceived, and this has sustained the development of a better understanding of how things work at all scales.

When great discoveries are effected, their simplicity always seems to detract from their originality.
- Benjamin Disraeli


Explaining the low-level mechanisms inside a black hole was one of the early consequences of this better model.

Black holes are a true black box to the existing mainstream physics theories.

The physics of undergraduate textbooks is 90% true;
the physics of primary research journals is 90% false.

- John Ziman
In fact, the Existing mainstream Physics theories are so inadequate, and wrong, in so many ways, Spring-And-Loop Theory coined the terms "tEmP theories" and "tEmP theorists" to ease the work of frequently mentioning them.



 

The transition from a paradigm in crisis to a new one from which a new tradition of normal science can emerge is far from a cumulative process. Rather it is a reconstruction of the field from new fundamentals, a reconstruction that changes some of the field's most elementary theoretical generalizations as well as many of its paradigm methods and applications. During the transition period there will be a large but never complete overlap between the problems that can be solved by the old and by the new paradigm. But there will also be a decisive difference in the modes of solution. When the transition is complete, the profession will have changed its view of the field, its methods, and its goals.
- Thomas Kuhn, "The Structure of Scientific Revolutions"


 

Describing pretty much everything

With the sixth paper, Spring-And-Loop Theory realized it could take on Wikipedia's "List of Unsolved Problems In Physics".

222 questions were answered, and the real reasons behind the physics "problems" of today were laid out.

A thousand Demosthenes and a thousand Aristotles will find themselves defeated by a mediocre intellect who has the good fortune to attach himself to the truth.
- Galileo Galilei
Spring-And-Loop Theory then elaborated on its gravitational realizations in the atom. It turned out that, in direct contradiction of tEmP theorists (including Richard Feynman), gravity is what creates nuclear attractions. As opposed to the unmodellable "+ sign attracts - sign" of the Standard Model.
 

The truth may be puzzling. It may take some work to grapple with. It may be counterintuitive. It may contradict deeply held prejudices. It may not be consonant with what we desperately want to be true. But our preferences do not determine what's true.
- Carl Sagan

 

Looking for trouble

Then Spring-And-Loop Theory demonstrated that quantum mechanics is as broken as every other part of tEmP theories.

Kenneth W. Ford's "101 Quantum Questions" served as the Standard Model's defense attorney.

Spring-And-Loop Theory served as judge, jury and executioner.
 

Everything, no matter how evident or obvious, should be doubted, questioned and viewed with suspicion. There is much to be gained from the discovery that one has been deeply, persistently and utterly wrong.
- David Mermin

 

Continued new realizations

Conceiving what the neutrino really was took more time, in part because the Standard Model "informs us" they are matter particles and have mass.

Despite them travelling at the speed of light.

Thus breaking the Standard Model.

Ideas that require people to reorganize their picture of the world provoke hostility.
- James Gleick
Spring-And-Loop Theory's rebuilding of the neutrino sub-model happened in conceptual stages, ultimately published in two talks, with the follow-up being part of a black hole revisit.
 

The hypotheses which we accept ought to explain phenomena which we have observed. But they ought to do more than this; our hypotheses ought to foretell phenomena which have not yet been observed; because if the rule prevails, it includes all cases; and will determine them all, if we can only calculate its real consequences. Hence it will predict the results of new combinations, as well as explain the appearances which have occurred in old ones. And that it does this with certainty and correctness, is one mode in which the hypothesis is to be verified as right and useful.
- William Whewell,
"Philosophy Of The Inductive Sciences"

 

Maturity, humor and an equation

As Spring-And-Loop Theory has continued to grow and expand, it has also transformed itself. Several times.

One makeover was realizing that physics is stuck in the mud, yet brags regularly about how great it is.

It was fit to be roasted, and Spring-And-Loop Theory was happy to oblige.
 

It's almost as if science said, "Give me one free miracle, and from there the entire thing will proceed with a seamless, causal explanation." The one free miracle was the sudden appearance of all the matter and energy in the universe, with all the laws that govern it.
- Rupert Sheldrake, "The Science Delusion"

 

Living things grow

Realizations coalesce on their own
most-precious timetable.

Spring-And-Loop Theory's et=mc3 is as radical and potentially revolutionary as physics gets.

Bring a pinch of salt and enjoy a truly unique journey.
 

In a more conventional head-to-head, the 13th and 14th papers demonstrate, by way of 44 points of comparison, exactly how much better Spring-And-Loop Theory is than the Standard Model, General Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, String Theory, Quantum Field Theory, Gauge Theory and Loop Quantum Gravity.
 

If we are to discover essential characteristics,
we must first observe differences.

- Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1781

 

Presentation

Spring-And-Loop Theory continues to present the 19 talks/papers/videos in the order they were conceived.

It is recommended that you consume them in that order as well.

In part as a way to appreciate how revolutionary and radical each progressive step was, in its moment.

By nature I am peacefully inclined and reject all doubtful adventures. However, a theoretical interpretation had to be found at any cost, no matter how high. I was ready to sacrifice every one of my previous convictions about physical laws.
- Max Planck

 

Kaizen, the word of words

It is also worth noting that Spring-And-Loop Theory keeps getting better with each new development.

A better theory  explains more  or is  less complicated.

Each advance in Spring-And-Loop Theory has done both, at the same time.

This never happens, normally. The simple usually becomes more complex, over time. And trade-offs are a given.
 

Newton's preternatural f=ma became ten Einstein equations. Only vector calculus, the dedication of a team of student assistants, and a major contribution by the legendary David Hilbert were able to reduce it to that singular mass-energy formula.
 



 


 


 


Cars, over time

Compare the Jeep of World War II to the Jeep of today.

Today's Jeep is immeasurably more complex.

Number of components? Hundreds in the original, versus billions today (counting all of those transistors embedded in each of the 50 or 100 computers in every modern car). Comfort? Better today. Cost? Worse today. Economy? A mixed bag, with some things being more reliable or economic, but then all that complexity ultimately dooms the modern vehicle.

We are drowning in information,
and starved for knowledge.

- John Naisbitt, "Megatrends"
tEmP theories are that modern Jeep.

Complex? Complex doesn't begin to describe them. Costly? Billions of dollars per year for the LHC alone. Economy? The LHC would have to actually produce something before an economy calculation could be made. The Higgs particle doesn't qualify because it is an abomination of an idea, "found" with a rock-smasher of a hammer.
 

We know next to nothing about virtually everything.
- George Will

 

At odds with life

Pretty much every part of physics today brings nothing new or useful, while leading us ever-onward to the never-to-be-reached unification or the nebulous promises of greater understanding.

All while travelling further and further down a dark road, on a dark night.


Spring-And-Loop Theory's 19 papers add up to a third of a modern coffee table physics book, so you'll want to savor each concentrated mindful as you work your way through each paper.
 


 

In reading an old mathematician you will not learn his riddle unless you plough with his heifer. You must see with his light, to know what he saw.
- Augustus De Morgan

 

Meaning of everything

Understanding Spring-And-Loop Theory (and thus gaining a better understanding of the universe) will take time.

It will seem like a sharp departure from tEmP theories but Spring-And-Loop Theory is a 2,000 story high rise built properly.

tEmP theories are shanty towns -- growing blights on the world's knowledgebase.


 




The history of science is full of revolutionary advances that required small insights that anyone might have had, but that, in fact, only one person did.
- Isaac Asimov



 

More, more, more

There is much more to Spring-And-Loop Theory.

Some of the most recent papers, such as "No Strong Force", are absolutely revolutionary.

Yet as simple, basic, and common sense as the rest of Spring‑And‑Loop Theory.
 

"The Electron" is equally profound.

The electron as particle is dead.

Long live the electron...as spring.
 


We talk about life as being dull as ditchwater, but is ditchwater dull?  Naturalists with microscopes have told me it teems with quiet fun.
- G. K. Chesterton

 

Summing up

If Spring-And-Loop Theory had to sum up its ten biggest contributions (in no particular order) they would be:

- best low-level model
- gravity explained
- "plus attracts minus" explained
- unification
- neutrinos explained
- black holes explained
- atomic & quantum theories displaced
- no strong force pressure
- the electron reconceived
- abandonment of relativity
 

A good method of discovery is to imagine certain members of a system removed and then see how what is left would behave: for example, where would we be if iron were absent from the world.
- Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

 

Today

Today Spring-And-Loop Theory re-introduces itself, going back to its beginnings, yet keeping the complete theory in mind.

You are encouraged to watch the YouTubes, read the articles and listen to the mp3s in their original order. In this way you can retrace the journey Spring-And-Loop Theory has been on.


 

Some of the later realizations provide even better explanations than earlier talks but, rather than going back and reworking the earlier talks, or linking to the newer talks, things have been left in their chronologically accurate place.
 


The man who discovers a new scientific truth has previously had to smash to atoms almost everything he had learned, arriving at the new truth with hands blood stained from the slaughter of a thousand platitudes.
- Jose Ortega y Gasset, "The Revolt Of The Masses"

 

Skepticism runs high

tEmP theorists put atheists from Missouri to shame.

Unless the notions presented are the ridiculous members of the Standard Model marching band and pawn shop.

QED/QCD/QFD, wormholes, extra dimensions and 10500 possible universes all get passed off as entirely reasonable and will you please pass the ketchup?

The effect of a concept-driven revolution is to explain old things in new ways.
- Frank Dyson

 

MSM promotes non-threats

In general, the more worthless something is, the more everyone will talk it up and spread it far and wide. It threatens nothing, and "any publicity is good publicity" for the field in general.

Spring-And-Loop Theory has found that the opposition to new theories is deliberate, covers the entire physics landscape and has been happening for over one hundred years.

You need to know why, and the reason is ::spoiler alert:: money.
 

The whole drift of our law is toward the absolute prohibition of all ideas that diverge in the slightest from the accepted platitudes, and behind that drift of law there is a far more potent force of growing custom, and under that custom there is a national philosophy which elevates conformity into the noblest of virtues and the free functioning of personality into a capital crime against society.
- Henry Louis Mencken


 

No one likes a smart guy

Take a look at the typical workplace. We'll assume a group of 5 or 10 people within a desk's throw of each other.

Some people are liked, some people are tolerated and some people no one can stand. And then there are those so passionately disliked, no one even acknowledges it to themselves.

Let's look at each group.

(a) The people liked by most are the ones closest to the common age, common way of thinking, even common style of dressing. This is usually the biggest group.

(b) Those that everyone struggles to tolerate are the ones that don't fit into any group. Maybe they don't shave or bath enough. Maybe their clothes don't fit. Maybe they're just clumsy, or don't seem to care. These are the outcasts.

(c) Then there are those the collective can't stand. And boy does the group have its reasons. Funny thing? None of the reasons make sense. These are often the people just trying to do a good job at work. They don't gossip one-tenth as much as the common group. They don't prefer to lounge around instead of working. They just like to work and as a result are as effective when working by themselves as a whole pack of the common group are. Man does the common group dislike them!

(d) Finally there is the smallest group. Not even a group, a HIM! Or HER! You could write a book about him. Or list every suit that she wears. And that collective temperature rise every time the group starts talking about "THE PROBLEM".


And what is  
that problem?  
 

The problem is that some people are just a whole heck of a lot better at a given task than everybody else.

They don't make mistakes or, if they do, they correct them before any one else ever knows.

Even worse, they post a memo in the coffee room telling everyone they've been doing things wrong "and we're lucky we haven't been sued."

Man do we hate those memos!

What's worse? Occasionally the boss comes around, and these know-it-alls act the same way with the boss. Can you believe it?

It must be admitted that science has its castes. The man whose chief apparatus is the differential equation looks down upon one who uses a galvanometer, and he in turn upon those who putter about with sticky and smelly things in test tubes. But all of these, and most biologists too, join together in their contempt for the pariah who, not through a glass darkly, but with keen unaided vision, observes the massing of a thundercloud on the horizon, the petal as it unfolds, or the swarming of a hive of bees.
- Gilbert Newton Lewis,
"The Anatomy Of Science"

 

Smarter than your average theory

Spring-And-Loop Theory is a better lens to view the universe.

Is it perfect? No, perfection is unattainable.

Spring-And-Loop Theory is revolutionary because it is closer to the truth, which is always revolutionary.

It startled him even more when, just after he was awarded the Galactic Institute's Prize for Extreme Cleverness, he got lynched by a rampaging mob of tEmP theorists who had finally realized that the one thing they really couldn't stand was a smart-ass.
- Douglas Adams

 

Spring-And-Loop Theory sucks!

One of the first things done when any new thing threatens to change everything is to attack the person behind the thing.

Spring-And-Loop Theory makes that simple to do. It's the product of a single person. Bulls-eye!

The thing is, nothing you can say about a person, any person, has anything to do with their theory.

It merely proves their theory is a threat to you and nothing more.

Spring-And-Loop Theory just wanted to remind you of that.
 

Do not expect to be hailed as a hero when you make your great discovery. More likely you will be a ratbag -- maybe failed by your examiners.
- Samuel Warren Carey,
"Theories Of The Earth And Universe"

 

Spring-And-Loop Theory is deep

For many, the deepest thing they ever do is feel.

That is why some buildings fill up on Sunday.

Cause the game is on!   :-)
 

There are many feel games. Religion is such a big game, it is more like a business. Sports? Big business, but also a big feel. Especially when you're in the same stadium as 80,000 others.

But neither of these are deep experiences.

Ask a scientist a very profound question on his science, and he will be silent.  Ask a religious person a very simple question on his religion, and he will be frenzied. - Kedar Joshi

 

Think

Contemplation can be deep, if you think about a deep subject.

"Why are we here?" is the proverbial "deep" question, but it is unanswerable, and so it has no relevance.

"Is there an afterlife?" is in the same category, except some view this as a more important question. The big problem with talk of an afterlife is that it is a splitter question -- some are pessimistic, while others are optimistic. Sadly, the optimism translates to fatalism in this world. What does it matter what we do here, as long as we are 'good', for a very broad definition of 'good'?
 

Spring-And-Loop Theory is deep, in that its fundamentals are built on the most basic and unalterably atomic of foundations.

It is also deeply important because it it unifies all of physics.
 


 


The reason why new concepts in any branch of science are hard to grasp is always the same; contemporary scientists try to picture the new concept in terms of ideas which existed before.
- Freeman Dyson


 


 

Science has become a dirty word

Everything is besmirched these days. Clothing? Check. Language? Check. Success? Check. Excessive consumption? Check.

We are encouraged to be in each other's business at all times.

Passing judgment is something we are told we are experts at. And if we aren't, our social media friends will be. "Heh, check out what this bozo did!"

In reality, our judgments are less capable than ever. Because we are more fractured than ever. We have become, systematically, over tens of years, divided.

"Divide et impera" works.

As a result, even though we can pursue whatever we think we want, and Google tells us the answer to any question we might ask, collectively, we are barefoot-on-a-dirt-floor ignorant.

And while we've been fiddling on our "smart" phones, the threats have grown exponentially. Most, like the radiation from our phones, are all but invisible.

For example, how many of you have a meter for measuring microwave radiation? No, not the cheaper and much more useless analog meter that flickers like a candle flame whenever you turn on your toothbrush.

How many have a meter that only measures microwave radiation -- from smart meters, cell phones, cell towers, cordless phones or, perhaps most importantly, baby monitors?

Thought so.
 


 

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Disease is largely a removable evil.
- Hermann Biggs
 

Arguably the greatest technological triumph of the century has been the public-health system, which is sophisticated -- preventive and investigative medicine organized around mostly low- and medium-tech equipment. Fully half of us are alive today because of the improvements.
- Richard Rhodes
 

I'm convinced that a controlled disrespect for authority is essential to a scientist. All the good experimental physicists I have known have had an intense curiosity that no 'Keep Out' sign could mute. Physicists do, of course, show a healthy respect for 'High Voltage', 'Radiation' and 'Liquid Hydrogen' signs. They are not reckless. I can think of only six killed on the job.
- Luis W. Alvarez, "Adventures Of A Physicist"


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For this knowledge of right living, we have sought a new name. As biology is the science of physical life, so let Oekology be henceforth the science of normal lives -- the worthiest of all the applied sciences which teaches the principles on which to found healthy and happy life.
- Ellen Swallow Richards (1842-1911)
[An idea this good was left to whither and die, or worse. Try searching for this word in Wikipedia, and you get the page on Home Economics. Search on Google, and you get your spelling 'corrected'. The very last thing the 1% want is for us to have a "science of normal lives". THIS is how evil the 1% are.]

END

 


 

We all care...but about what?

People don't care about physics. Sadly, they just don't.

On the other hand, people love to be entertained.

Physics shows are happy to oblige, and educational channels chime in with carbon copy "wonders of science" cattle fodder.

And we are none the wiser.

You can send a message around the world in a fifth of a second, yet it may take years for it to get from the outside of a man's head to the inside.
- Charles Franklin Kettering

 

The Higgs and other cons

Physics today is beer and circuses for the poor. While the ridiculously wealthy and powerful get even more so, thanks in part to the money spent on physics mega projects.

The LHC cost ten billion dollars to build. And half of that each year to operate.

If you think this is a good thing, you need to read "The Higgs Fake", although, in the broader world of physics, "Bankrupting Physics" is even better.

Particle physics as practiced since 1930 is a futile enterprise in its entirety.
- Alexander Unzicker, "The Higgs Fake"

 


But I know...

It's late.

You're tired.

Lunches need to be made, and you've got one last cold beer to embrace.

You can't be going and learning new stuff right now.*

Or maybe you can.
 


 

Your inner hero


Should you decide you want to try to understand how the entire universe works, and would prefer to have things explained in the simplest and most sensible way, the COASALT talks can help.
 


You will not find simpler physics.
 

You will not find a more all-encompassing theory.
 

    Spring-And-Loop Theory.  21st century physics.

 


I think there's a difference between offending people for its own sake, and challenging their prejudices, preconceptions, or comfortable assumptions.
I'm very happy to do the latter.        

- Philip Pullman

 

Footnote:

* - Spring-And-Loop Theory channelling the great Jim Rohn
 


 

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The Speed Of Light   Black Holes   Einstein's Equation   The Ether   Gravity
222 Answers   The Atom   Quantum World   Neutrino   Black Holes Revisited
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Diffuse Interstellar Bands   Einstein's Ether Talk   No Strong Force
The Electron   Relativity   Unification   Assumptions   Modeling
 


 


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