Favorite Posts

My favorite posts are not necessarily the most popular ones. I really liked Man Obsessed with his Scale. It tried to explain some concepts in scientific measurement with respect to real life. There were no comments made.  

I posted an entry about Bart Ehrmen, who wrote a book on the accuracy of the New Testament. I did not have a lot to say, but an interesting and civil discussion developed. It is the most commented post of my so far. 


9 Responses to “Favorite Posts”

  1. I have been working on the particles following an insight from the Particle Data Group Summary Tables several years ago now. A very concise equation uncovered there led directly (published 2005) to exact values for the common quarks within and very close to the error limits now published (2010) to great acclaim. My son, a Georgia Tech mathematical physicist, thought I should start blogging to find others with common interests in the particles, including the neutrinos too, in fact all the particles, as the papers on my website will show. In summary, the same equation’s results found values for the common and uncommon quarks that accounted exactly under the equation for the baseline hadron values so enthusiastically welcomed in 2008, as well as at least four more originally, and in the meantime for all of the PDG Summary Table baryon series and all of the PDG Light Unflavored Mesons in their stair-step progressions of what I call Group Leaders and Isomers. To round it off neatly, the balanced structure of the proton from these distinctive common quark components explains that baryon’s amazingly stable empirical half-life as well as the lone neutron’s instability until it is precisely rebalanced (to our universe’s causation) by bonding forcefully with a proton in the deuteron structure that underlies the cyclic abundances of the more stable nuclei. The other main outcome is the necessity for numerous
    exactly defined (and doubtless oscillatory) neutrinos in both the pre-2004 PDG ranges and the cosmologists”s micromasses to account for the present electrically unbalanced, and therefore unconserved, charges that now have to pop in and out of the vacuum (preserving constant net charges) in every major (over 30%) baryon decay except one that only releases a photon. I’m looking for someone who might like to discuss this series of consequences of one empirical equation.

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