First of all, Randall your book "What if?" is great and I spent wonderful time reading it.
There is a theory from Jacques Consiglio about elementary particles resonnance that implies energy (mass, movement and magnetic field) and from my understanding explains simply the relationships between the particles.
I also believes it could fills a gap between quantum physics and relativity but I'm not skilled enough in physics to fully undertand what this theory means.
Everything is explained (limits of speed, energy, magnetism, mass & gravitation) through a concept of resonance of elementary particles and simple equations, and it allows deducting from the resonance pattern the energy of elementary particles in a consistent way with teh standard model (and experiments that confirmed the standard model).
I have worked in the past with Jacques for years building satellite control centres, he's quite smart, and I strongly believe there are great insisights in his papers, but I do not fully undertand all that he explains.
While I am not a physicist and definitely not skilled enough to fully understand the picture, I believe Randall and some readers of this forum would have better skills to understand the concepts and could be interrested to learn about it.
The articles are publicly available on ccsenet website (Canadian Center of Science and Education) in Applied Physics Research area, unfortunatly I cannot post the links on this forum (otherwise it is interpreted as SPAM)
Simply search for consiglio on ccsenet.org or use the articles number below.
What do you think about those articles and the theory?
- On Particles Mass and the Universons Hypothesis : on ccsenet.org article 16984
- Relativity, Magnetic Charge, and Weak Bosons Mass : on ccsenet.org article 16984
- Quantized Charges and Currents in the Electromagnetic Field: on ccsenet.org article 21878
- Minkowski Space and Tachyon Velocity: on ccsenet.org article 28751
- Below the Standard Model?: on ccsenet.org article 3834933740
- On the Field Below SM, Analysis and Predictions: on ccsenet.org article 38349