DOI: 10.14704/nq.2015.13.3.829

Translating Fifteen Mysteries of the Universe: Nine Dimensional Mathematical Models of Finite Reality, Part II

Edward R. Close, Vernon M. Neppe


The 9D spin model was initially discovered in the mathematical analysis of space-time. A major finding of this analysis was that a strange, heretofore unexplained constant related to fermions, namely the Cabibbo mixing angle, could not be derived with the Standard Model of Physics, yet it could be derived by applying the 9-dimensional finite vortical (spin) model proposed by the Triadic Dimensional Distinction Vortical Paradigm (TDVP). It could not be derived from any other n-dimensional model such as n = 4, 5, 8, 10, 11 or 26. The Cabibbo mixing angle findings are also supported analytically by demonstrating that electrons exhibit intrinsic spin based on their angular momentum. Our derivations also show that electrons cannot be completely spherical in our current 3 dimensional space physical reality because the speed of light would have to exceed 300,000K per second locally, which violates the most basic principle of special and general relativity. The finding of 9- dimensional spin appears to have also been replicated mathematically through a thought experiment where the angle works out at 13.038 degrees.


9 dimensions; angular momentum; asymmetry; Bell curve; Cabibbo angle; Standard Model of Physics; thought experiment; Triadic Dimensional Distinction Vortical Paradigm; speed of light; vortex; vortical model

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