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    Hello. My name is Charlie. I have been looking everywhere on the internet for some guidance for my grand unified field theory.

    In the most basic terms. My Grand Unified Field Theory is both a theoretical framework and physical framework. The theoretical framework being a unification of an "advanced" special relativity and an advanced "general relativity". The physical framework being a super symmetric "star tetrahedron" geometric gauge system - a photon accelerator that is an exact replication of the "energy flow" of an atom in which passes photons through a physical higgs field operated by the "machines" warp drive and nucleus - the aim of course creating a singularity or a visible "schwarzschild proton" or whatever you wanna call it in the centre.....basically the physical framework is a geometric star where photons drop at a zero fractal velocity through spirals of platonic solids..its basically a design for a star geometric machine in which is an exact replication of an atom's energy flow that creates a singularity in its centre...its actually really hard to explain here which is why I need a professional to read this "folder" containing my theoretical and physical framework's blue prints...I wan't no piss takers commenting on this either please don't waste my time..

    So what I am asking is there any one here who would be willing to read my blue prints or a folder I have created which contains both my theoretical and physical grand utf framework? Or can anyone suggest a facility to send it this folder to? I already emailed the thomas jefferson accelerator facility but I doubt I'll get an email back...I can mail this folder to anywhere in the world....but I'd rather send it to someone already working in a lab or facility or university...I want to send it to the "top physics guys" - no one that can pass this folder or work I have done off as their own - I need to trust the people I'm going to send this folder to... Thank you for reading this....

    I just need to know who to contact...someone that will take a 19 year old college drop out seriously....I can't help but think many will....which is why I'm asking for help on here..

    thanks a lot for reading...Charlie...


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    I've moved this to the personal theories section, as the physics section is for discussion of mainstream physics.

    I doubt you will get anyone to spend their time, given what you have told us so far. We see these kinds of proposals posted on the forum all the time. None have been worth wasting time on.

    Does your theory have math? Most of the ones we see here don't. If it doesn't, it's useless.


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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie1994 View Post
    someone that will take a 19 year old college drop out seriously
    Can you give one good reason why ANYONE should take "a 19 year old college drop out" seriously on this subject?

    Given the rather meaningless word salad you've presented so far it seems quite evident that:
    A) you don't have a clue about science, and
    B) it's a certainty you don't have theory, grand, unified, or otherwise,
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    Can someone read my blueprint(*) for ending war, hunger and poverty all at the same time and only cost 5 American dollars? ...it also leaves you breath minty fresh!




    *(its not so much a blueprint, but more of random scrawling on the top of an old pizza box. I was trading bong hits with Paco for 3 hours when we figured it out and I couldn't find anything to write on)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGyver1968 View Post
    Can someone read my blueprint(*) for ending war, hunger and poverty all at the same time for 5 American dollars? ...it also leaves you breath minty fresh!




    *(its not so much a blueprint, but more of random scrawling on the top of an old pizza box. I was trading bong hits with Paco for 3 hours when we figured it out and I couldn't find anything to write on)
    I'd friggin love to read some incoherent euphoric Macmatics.
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    I once derived the Clausius-Clapeyron equation on a beer mat at a chemsoc piss up (and I know talking about thermodynamics in the pub is sad, welcome to my life ) does that count?
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    I see a unified field theory in thermodynamics. I say that internal energy and external energy are the same. Any force acting on an item follows the equation: F = integral (0 to S) (dT/dX) dS . We have to understand that heat Q = T dS which means that any entropy differential of an item has its own heat requirement T and the temperature of the item is only the heat requirement of the last entropy added. If a force F acts on an item a displacement X against the force will increase all heat requirements from 0 to S of the item. For gravitation the effect is generally too small to be measured but for electric and magnetic fields the effect is known as the electro or magneto caloric effect.
    See thread:" Internal energy and the volume of a fresh clay vase."
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    Well at least you're in "personal theories"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie1994 View Post
    Hello. My name is Charlie. I have been looking everywhere on the internet for some guidance for my grand unified field theory.
    I'm sorry that, aside from a polite form letter, perhaps, you will likely never get a response from a university or other research center. Here's why: Your lack of education in this field means that you are not sufficiently aware of what the current theories say. That's a problem because you are then unable to showcase where your theory does a better job, to say nothing of demonstrating that your theory provides the same answers as current theory in the appropriate domains. Remember: A grand theory of everything must reproduce all (not just some) of the successes of current theory, and also do something beyond. That's a tall order, and you haven't said or done anything that suggests that you've even begun to satisfy those criteria.

    Another problem is your method of argument. I see lots of buzzwords strung together in almost stream-of-consciousness style, but it seems to be meaningless to all but you. Inventing your own vocabulary of terms, for instance, presents a huge impediment to getting someone to take you seriously. "Fractal velocity," for example, is not a term used by any scientists I know (and even mighty google never heard of it). There are velocities of fractal fields, perhaps, but "fractal velocity" has a meaning only to you (if that). If you are ignorant of the vocabulary used by scientists, you can't talk to them in a language they understand. Don't expect them to take the trouble to learn yours.

    These folks are very busy at their jobs. Unless you give them a compelling reason to make the time and take the effort to listen to you, they won't bother. The burden rests solely on your shoulders.
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    I do not claim to know much about unified field theory, but I claim that all fields, if they cause a force acting on a system, cause the temperatures of the system's entropies to change. What do all fields have in common to do that? If it is true, there exists no difference between internal and external energy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudiger von Massow View Post
    I do not claim to know much about unified field theory
    There's your problem right there. You should study the existing models first before wondering how to improve them.
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    Wow didn't see all the replies here...some of you guys are pretty cheeky...

    To the guy that asked if there was math involved...yes...however the only way to express a unified field in math is by inventing a new type of equation...is that against the law in maths? its like this quadruple square root equation in the shape of a swastika its hard to explain ill try and find it later - what i tried to express in this equation is "drilling" light...but i guess if im inventing new equations they dont count do they :/...ill try and reply to all the other comments later...to the guy stating how a lot of this stuff didnt make sense i guess your right, what i meant by "fractal velocity" was is when photons literally "drop" getting sucked through the vacuum of space as fractals do...

    i dont think this is the right place for me here as it probably comes across im making up a lot of shit..
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie1994 View Post
    Wow didn't see all the replies here...some of you guys are pretty cheeky...
    Ya think?
    YOU are the one claiming that, despite (or because of) a lack of education you've come up with something that has, so far, eluded the greatest minds we have.

    sucked through the vacuum of space as fractals do...
    More utter drivel.

    i dont think this is the right place for me here as it probably comes across im making up a lot of shit..
    So far, yes. That's the impression you're giving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie1994 View Post
    however the only way to express a unified field in math is by inventing a new type of equation
    The way to arrive at a unified field theory would be to start with what we already know, and the theories we already have, and generalise them in a suitable manner to obtain a model that has a wider domain of applicability. The equations involved aren't invented, they are derived.
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    The equation above is questionable, since it assumes that work applied against a field is exact. For work against elasticity and electric and magnetic fields that assumption is disproven or questionable. For gravitation it would require highly accurate measurements. That is not a unified field theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudiger von Massow View Post
    The equation above is questionable, since it assumes that work applied against a field is exact. For work against elasticity and electric and magnetic fields that assumption is disproven or questionable. For gravitation it would require highly accurate measurements. That is not a unified field theory.
    I'm afraid I don't follow you. What equation are you talking about ? Who mentioned anything about work, elasticity, or EM fields ?
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    The equation is said to be a unified field theory. This implies that all fields follow it. If it is not, explain all terms of it please. Work is a concept which fits all fields. Work is an inexact quantity if heat exchange takes place. The trademark of an inexact work differential is that during adiabatic work exchange a temperature change is observed. Temperature changes are observed during work exchange in an electric and magnetic field. If fields are unifiable they must all cause a temperature change. U unified field theory must cover that phenomenon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudiger von Massow View Post
    The equation is said to be a unified field theory.
    What equation ? So far as I can see no one on this thread has presented any maths.
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    He may be referring to your signature, but it's hard to tell with nuts, who knows what they are yakking about...
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    Could anybody please identify the equation quoted three times, if you do not want to state the variables, so that I or others can look it up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudiger von Massow View Post
    Could anybody please identify the equation quoted three times, if you do not want to state the variables, so that I or others can look it up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudiger von Massow View Post
    Could anybody please identify the equation quoted three times, if you do not want to state the variables, so that I or others can look it up?
    Ok, I see now, you appear to be referring to my signature. This is an automated text that appears under all posts that I make - you can set this up in your profile settings.
    The formula itself is not related to field theories - my area of expertise is gravitational physics, and what this equation signifies is the automatic conservation of the Cartan moment of rotation in an elementary hyper volume of space-time through the principle of "the boundary of a boundary is zero", and how this relates to the Einstein tensor. It is not pertinent to the discussion on this thread.
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    Thank you. Can you tell us how the unified field theory, if at all, is expressed today? I only argue a common effect of field but only include fields on multibodied systems, excluding strong and weak nuclear fields, of whom I know nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudiger von Massow View Post
    Can you tell us how the unified field theory, if at all, is expressed today?
    Unified field theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "There is no accepted unified field theory, and thus it remains an open line of research."
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    I shall start a new thread :An approach to a unified field theory from thermodynamics in General Physics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudiger von Massow View Post
    I shall start a new thread :An approach to a unified field theory from thermodynamics in General Physics.
    I am not sure if what you are going to say will be worth much, considering you asked: "Can you tell us how the unified field theory, if at all, is expressed today?"

    You also critiqued Markus' signature saying "The equation is said to be a unified field theory. This implies that all fields follow it. If it is not, explain all terms of it please. Work is a concept which fits all fields. Work is an inexact quantity if heat exchange takes place. The trademark of an inexact work differential is that during adiabatic work exchange a temperature change is observed. Temperature changes are observed during work exchange in an electric and magnetic field. If fields are unifiable they must all cause a temperature change. U unified field theory must cover that phenomenon."
    Followed by: "Could anybody please identify the equation quoted three times, if you do not want to state the variables, so that I or others can look it up?"
    So you are clearly happy to pretend to understand what an equation means, when in fact you don't have a clue.

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    10 points for each new term you invent and use without properly defining it.
    50 points for claiming you have a revolutionary theory but giving no concrete testable predictions.
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