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Other Topics — Mathematics

When it comes to mathematics, I have a love hate relationship. I hate certain aspects, but love learning about it. Over the years I have come across and studied a wide range of mathematics. I believe some of these will be very helpful for you in terms of understanding the grand unification of physics. However, some of them are just interesting in the own right: Prime Numbers, Knot Theory, The Golden Ratio, Spherical Harmonics, “Yang-Mills Mass Gap,” Balls-of-Light as a series function, Platonic Solids, 15 Great Circles on a Sphere, Tiling, Stellations.

I started making a list of the mathematical topics I can't wait to talk about. It amazes me. I don't even begin to think of myself as a mathematician.

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Prime Numbers

The Golden Ratio

Spherical Harmonics

Yang-Mills Mass Gap and other top unanswered questions

Mathematics has a group of top unanswered questions. Millennium Prize Problems

Balls-of-Light as a series function

Imagine an elementary particle. What comes to mind? Is something very small? If yes, you need to change your mind. Elementary particles — that is, single particles, not a collection of particles — can be huge! They can be larger than you. They can be “astronomical” in size!

Platonic Solids

15 Great Circles on a Sphere


Tesselations and Stellations

Electrons as Stellations

Spherical Tiling

Ferro Fluids

Harmonic versus Nonharmonic Spherical Tiling


Maurer Roses

The Loop Test

Knot Theory

Topology & Manifolds

Adding Fractions, Lengths & Motions (Definitely, a huge breakthrough!)

The Limit in Calculus

The Lorentz Factor

Special Relativity, General Relativity, Einstein's Correction Factor

The Speed-of-Light Definition of Time — the “Limit” of Relativity (The Biggest Breakthrough since Relativity?)

Ricci Flow Introduction

Ricci Flow Necking

Ricci Flow versus Spherical Waves

Mutually dependent dimensions of space

Reducing 4D Space-Time to 3D Space

The Hairy Ball Theorem (A Breakthrough?)

Introduction to String Theory

Introduction to Loop Theory

Introduction to Branes and Membranes

What's next for String Theory?

The outstanding mathematical problem the Ball-of-Light Particle Model leaves us with.

John Nordberg

Hello, my name is John Nordberg. Welcome to my site. It is a very old website going through some growing pains. I hope you enjoy my vision of time, the grand unification of physics, the solution to fusion energy, a new solution for getting fresh water in hot deserts, and a solution to global warming.


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Tha Ball of Light Particle Model

This 3-dimensional, geometric equation, is the key to unifying physics. Basically, it states that if you take the “cross product x“ of the electric field vector E and the magnetic field vector B, the result is the gravitational field vector G.Do not confuse the gravitational field “vector G“ (it has a small arrow above it) with the Gravitational constant (which is represented by a big "G" without a vector arrow above it) or with gravitational acceleration (which is represented by just a small "g").




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