Quantum Gravity

Dark Matter

Dark Energy

That one body may act upon another at a distance through a vacuum without the mediation of anything else, by and through which their action and force may be conveyed from one to another, is to me so great an absurdity, that I believe no man, who has in philosophical matters a competent faculty of thinking, can ever fall into it.

Isaac Newton
Letter to Richard Bentley (1692)


Newton had suggested that special tiny repellent particles pervade the whole of space, making up an invisible, weightless medium capable of transmitting gravity or magnetism, yet rare enough to leave the planets virtually unaffected.

Sir Isaac Newton (1643 to 1727)
Alternative explanation of gravity

Title: Theoretical quantum gravity at the atomic scale Download PDF documentDownload
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Authors: David W Gold
Abstract: Assessment was given to recent experimentally discovered quasi-magnetic monopoles, conforming functionally to the hypothetical particles as theorised by Paul Dirac in retaining the duality symmetry of the electromagnetic unified field. This led to an association that these same hypothetical particles could also be participatory in mediating the gravitational force. This association readily developed, exhibiting a clear interchangeability between the magnetic force and a theoretical multi-vectorial gravitational force. These abstractions for the two forces remain distinct by retaining non-interaction.
PACS numbers: 04.60.-m, 14.80.Hv, 14.70.Kv, 14.20.Dh
Dated: 1st May, 2009
Key Subjects: Particle Physics, Astrophysics, Quantum Mechanics -> Quantum Chromodynamic, Quark-Gluon Plasma, Gravitation, Magnetism, Black Holes, Dark Matter
Title: Theoretical principle model of forces Download PDF documentDownload
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Authors: David W Gold
Abstract: A premise into different structural layers of nature that descends from simplistic originating fundamental structures to the complexity of quantum strangeness realised an important requirement for the forces of nature to be formulated into a fundamental structural representation. A methodological use of extrapolations, from a recurring pattern relating to unified fields and from previously unrealised symmetries, resulted in the final model. This simplistic fundamental structure concludes in a powerful predictive tool, illustrating important gaps in our current knowledge, and leads to a consequentiality that has far-reaching implications.
PACS numbers: 11.90.+t, 11.30.Ly, 12.90.+b
Dated: 17th June, 2010
Key Subjects: Fundamental Physics, Particle Physics, Cosmology -> Fundamental Forces, Unified Fields, Dark Energy, Black Holes, Binary Star Systems, Big Bang, Super Inflation
Title: Inception of relational matter attributions to the laws on gases Download PDF documentDownload
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Authors: David W Gold
Abstract: The heterogeneousness of matter is defined by the conceptualization of ‘Relative Matter Density’; a relative ratio for mass densities. This conceptualization establishes other simple proportional relationships in respect to additional attributes regarding matter’s heterogeneous states. These attributes are incorporated into the laws on gases thus introduces and establishes their precise relationship to matter.
PACS numbers: 01.40.-d, 01.55.+b, 51.30.+i
Dated: 16th November, 2010
Key Subjects: General Physics -> Heterogeneous States of Matter, Phase Transition, Avogadro’s Principle, Molar Volume, Gas Laws, Van der Waals equations
Title: Fundamental principle of mass Download PDF documentDownload
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Authors: David W Gold
Abstract: Preliminary investigation into experimentally measured radii of particles, shows there is, for both composite and elementary particles, a simple correlation between their mass and size. Among the provisional and yet significant conclusions is the explanation to the mass expression in Einstein's famous equation. This explanation is an assertion as to the origin of mass.
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Dated: 11th October 2012
Key Subjects: Fundamental Physics -> Mass, Absolute Density, Higgs Mechanism, Massless Particles, Black Holes, Big Bang, Singularities.

If a true solution to a problem cannot be found is simply because the problem is not understood. To persevere, only formulate the research into thoroughly understanding the problem; the solution will naturally formulate itself.

David W Gold


Absolute solutions are ALWAYS the most simplest of solutions (albeit, the most difficult to ascertain). Indications are all of Nature, originating at the most fundamental level, transpires from correlated absolute solutions.

David W Gold