Universal Lattice Theory (formerly titled The Pressure of the Universe or POTU theory)

This theory posits the existence of a universal background lattice comprised of elementary massless electrical charges. The existence of this lattice enables simple mechanical explanations for electromagnetic phenomena, including attraction, repulsion, magnetic curl, voltage, potential, and current in a wire. Matter, according to this theory, is comprised entirely of electrical charges at a level below that of particle physics. This allows explanation of macroscopic phenomena such as inertia as interactions between the lattice charges, and charges contained in matter. Gravity is explained as a background level of magnetic attraction between all things created by unidirectional velocity of all our surroundings relative to the lattice. Electromagnetic radiation is considered as waves or vibrations in the medium of the lattice.

Alternative Explanation of the Stern Gerlach Experiment

This theory shows that a relatively simple electromechanical interpretation can satisfactorily explain the results of the Stein-Gerlach experiment, without the need for exotic quantum theory.

Origin of Cosmic Microwave Background

A theory that proposes and alternative origin for the observed cosmic microwave background radiation other than the Big Bang.

Timeflow Theory

A new look at the relationships between mass, energy, and time, with some interesting implications.

Jupiter – Solid or Gaseous?

This theory presents some new ideas regarding the origin, composition, and observed features of Jupiter.

Unified Absolute Relativity Theory – I

This comprehensive theory presents alternative views on a large number of topics in modern physics, including: Lorentz Equations, Unified system of units, Fine structure constant, Electric force, Cosmic microwave radiation and the Hubble constant, Quasars and time dilation, Cooper-pair force, Kelvin temperatures, Relation visible light – neutrino–electron, What is time?, What is a particle?, Force between two magnets, Why magnetic charges seem to be zero, Mass variation with relative speed, 2D fractional quantum Hall effect, Dark matter, Pioneer anomaly, Sun corona temperature problem, Volumetric thermal expansion, Variable fine structure constant with real energy, Electric and magnetic fields in a wave, Light speed variation in the extragalactic vacuum, General relativity calculations without spacetime, Shapiro time delay, Correction of mercury’s perihelion precession, Pound – Rebka experiment, Derivation and meaning of the fine structure constant, Double orbit of the electron, Neutrino fine structure constant, International system constants, The Higgs boson, The orbiting electron acceleration, The graviton, Gravitational force, Binding mass, Casimir force, Our rotating universe, Magnetic fields of the planets, Force in a nozzle, Classical hydrogen intensities, Force between the neutron and the neutrino, Variation of electric charge varies with relative speed, True magnetic dipole moment, speed of electromagnetic waves, Black holes, Flyby anomaly, Atom of hydrogen, Velocimeter of gravitational reference, Magnetic periodic table (number of neutrons and neutrinos), Generation and detection of gravitational waves, Absolute or natural zero temperature, Light speed in glass with frequency, Room-temperature superconductor, Light momentum in glass, Wind electricity generator, The neutrino, Force between a superconductor and a magnet, Absolute and relative energies, Kinetic theory of temperature, Stellar black hole data, Method of solving difficult equations, Constantan electric resistance, The Michelson-Morley experiment, Temperature at the center of the earth, Neutrino Cooper-pairs, Things that don’t exist in nature, Capacitance and inductance of the vacuum, Relation photodiode – Josephson junction.

The Origin of Earth and its Internal Heat

This speculates about how the earth and other celestial bodies were formed, and what produces the internal temperature of the earth. Various theories regarding the origin of earth’s internal heat, including

1. Radioactive decay
2. The Kelvin-Helmholtz mechanism
3. Primordial heat left over from the formation of the earth.
4. Friction of tides and movement of tectonic plates.
5. Heat generated by impacts from rocks and particles striking the earth due to its gravitational attraction, and accreting to the earth.

are considered, and difficulties with each one are pointed out. An alternative view of how the earth was created and why it is hot inside, is then presented.