Classical Physics


The Atomic Vortex Hypothesis, a Forgotten Path to Unification

Authors: Paul Stowe, Barry Mingst

Evidence is building (if not already overwhelming) that current physics theories are lacking something fundamental, without which unification will never be ossible. Any unification theory must, by definition, seamlessly integrate all known branches and elements of physics. Hopefully it will also both quantify and resolve known paradoxes and anomalies; while providing insight to new relationships and connections. To achieve this at a foundational level, the process should give rise to all observed physical processes and behavior. We demonstrate that a granular, discrete-entity media consisting of vortices appears to provide just such a basis seamlessly accomidating all branches of physics.

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