Archives for September, 2015

The Stubbed T.O.E.

THE STUBBED T.O.E. by Vernon Nemitz March 30, 1995; Rewritten March, 2002    Note (moved to here from tail-end, for this 2015 HTML edition): This is the first of four essays that attempt to suggest ways whereby Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity might be made more compatible with each other. Someone who is very knowledgeable […]

The Ghostly T.O.E.

THE GHOSTLY T.O.E. by Vernon Nemitz March 31, 1995    A Theory Of Everything (T.O.E.) is desired which can show that every natural force (electromagnetism, the strong and weak nuclear forces, and gravitation) is actually a variation on the theme of a single force. Physicists are reasonably sure that a Grand Unification is possible; electromagnetism […]

The Balanced T.O.E.

THE BALANCED T.O.E. by Vernon Nemitz April 3, 1995; Appended May, 2002    A Theory of Everything (T.O.E.) is desired which will describe how all the basic natural forces (electromagnetism, the strong and weak nuclear forces, and gravity) operate. The more things the four forces have in common, the easier the task will be…but what […]

The Imaginary T.O.E.

THE IMAGINARY T.O.E. by Vernon Nemitz April 11, 1995    An imagination is a wonderful thing; it lets one burst free from the bonds of "conventional wisdom" and usher something new into the world. In recent years physicists have put a great deal of imagination into constructing what is known as a Theory Of Everything […]