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Groundbreaking: Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass


Kilauea, Hawaii (May 7, 2013) - A groundbreaking paper published last week sheds new light on the theory of gravity and the potential to significantly impact global issues facing the human race, including alternative energy sources.

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Edit: I've included a talk where he fleshes this out.

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hm . . .

So, a proton basically behaves like a tiny black hole. This is pretty fascinating stuff - I had heard about this, but this:


This is some pretty amazing stuff. It is also coming on the heels of Leinweber's work concerning quantum vacuum fluctuations. Anyone not familiar should check his webpage out:


wonder why the downvote?

People don't like science? This is actually groundbreaking, and does have potential for new technology derived from it. I will be interested to see other physicists reactions. There are some respected physicists that wont poo poo this right out of the box. ;)

Considering that the Large Hadron Super Collider in Switzerland, the most powerful and precise measuring instrument known to man, confirmed the predictions he wrote in a paper one month before, I consider that highly significant.

Time will tell if he's onto something or not. Thanks for the post. :)

Just open the box and see


I've had serious reservations about the current trendy "Dark Energy / Dark Matter" paradigm of the universe for a long time now.

Something is off about that. Among other things, the whole thing parallels the idea that macroeconomics behaves totally differently than microeconomics (Keynesian) - while common sense Austrian shows that it doesn't.

In the same way, they looked at the behavior of gravity at a local, planetary / solar system level - then looked at the behavior of gravity at a galactic level and saw some differences they couldn't account for.

So they postulated mysterious invisible forms of matter and energy - invisible matter and energy that far outweigh anything we can actually measure and see - to kludge together a way to justify their paradigms and protect their careers and intellectual egos.

Human nature makes science cliquey, herd-like, hero-worshiping, status seeking, grant-seeking behavior has always made higher levels of academic science suspect.

No doubt they will kick and scream and fight him on this.

I'll be following this. Subscribed to their list.