Note: If you have no knowledge of G-theory then the following is likely to be double Dutch to you. On the other hand if you are already a knowledgeable physicist you might just see the beginnings of a tantalising new idea emerging from this.


We have discovered by analysing the facts that all higher order and quantum energy is particulate whereas sub quantum energy isn't. Therein lays a serious enigma. What that is really saying is that the sub particles themselves are made of not-real-stuff. Of course that must be the only conclusion available! So that obviously means non tangible matter! I.e. if everything derives from nothing then that has to be the case on some level. But that's not problematic in G-theory. The higher order status of detectable matter arises naturally and elegantly from such a VM theory.

We see this noted difference of energies in the situation seen in the known overlap of energies (wavelengths) of x-ray and gamma particles where -by G-theory- x-rays are declared to have particulate energies by n quantum particles -Plus some bosonic energy per Plank- while gammas are purely bosonic. The paradox here is that gammas carry a serious punch with seemingly more power than x-rays. ---More power to do what? ---More power to kill you? Perhaps; but is that the usual criterion for the assessment of power or force or even energy?

No it's not. The ability of x-rays to promote force is in their particulate quantum statistics. The greater ability in gammas is in the VM arrangement of their force carrier bosons relatable to Marjorana junctions.* The same is true of strong force. That should really be labelled strong Marjorana bond force and that's a VM predicate.

*Marjorana junction biracial tensions due to such data as velocity, gravity and external perturbations are the determinants of the VM states, wavelengths and amplitudes of the biracial forces possessed by bosons. Some leptons such as neutrinos and bosons like gluons appear to have little 'mass/energy' at STP. Others have large masses at rest while others such as gammas contain their 'energy/mass' at velocity and little at rest. That's because energy can be kinetic or particulate (potential) or both.

Until the quantum or boson is emitted then the energy states are both unrealisable unless evidenced by catastrophic destructions such as annihilations or decays.



(a) What is the connection between strong and weak force, force carrier bosons, and electromagnetic force?

(b) What is the relationship between quantum states and wave functions, g and form factors with electromagnetic dipoles and even electrostatic dipoles?

(c) Where do the quark lattice and the Higg's superstruct with its pions and muons fit in?

(d) Are those dipoles 'static DC' or are they complex moments being pulsed?

(e) Why do nuclei decay and why don't protons and neutrons just bond automatically?

(f) Why aren't lower level magnetic moments or dipoles magnetic in the real world sense?

(g) How does VM affect the characteristics of universal matter?

(h) How is the nuclear electrostatic dipole moment relatable to VM statistics?

These questions are ponderous indeed and here is where far greater and numerous minds than that of yours truly need to come in. I will attempt a generalized explanation but let it be understood that a whole universe of logged experimental findings, data and process has fortunately been archived awaiting a dissemination and application towards the complete grand unification. Much of the data is still being chased down as we 'speak'.

G-theory VM processes will never be observed; only their experimental affects and interpretations of higher order observations -such as those- will be able to produce a consensually accepted model and that is where any interpretive agendas need to be shelved for the good of science and the human race.

The basic framework in g-theory is that which is commonly understood of the standard model which only requires a little tweaking. To fly in the face of such a monumental amount of evidence would be foolish to the extreme.

(b) Normal chemical bonding occurs by the understood method of J-coupling, yet it is also known that other spin-coupling occurs between adjacent nuclei as well. That also includes spin to magnetic dipole gyromagnetic ratio relationships. There is a lot yet to be explained there. Perhaps there are clues in nuclear magnetic resonance decoupling of certain isotopes in a static magnetic field even though those isotopes are themselves non magnetic in the typical attractive repulsive sense.

Before I continue I will re-iterate that the operation of the VM multiplex universe is subjected to a-priori laws based on predetermined patterns and structures; the fundamental structure of which appears to be the fact fitting tetrahedral-icosahedral.

That's true but it would appear that there is another substrate below that which allows the non-face centered connections of SBF bonds on each individual face of each tetrahedral. This allows for an offset tri-position statistical relationships of the magnetic spin moments relative to the face off-centered SBFs. This means that the relationship is skewed by a 109.5 degree arrangement.

This universe is an imperfect result of the damage done to the perfect cosmean crystalline structure in which all the crystalline 109.5 degree connections as well as all the face off-centered and other geometric connections in the Euclidean VM space were complete.

(g) The outworking of the VM states and hence atomic characteristics is completely dependant upon the states of these connections in space: For instance the shell filling data of various isotopes. Note: Here a great deal of collation and forensic science is required.

(a) (c) The strong force is located at the offset equilateral triangle facing connections and the EWF Higg's bonds exist along those 109.5 degree-offset separated connections which are attached to the three edges of the Quark lattice too their other ends as shown in diagram (?). Therefore we can see how this fits with the facts; in that even a single nucleon can display the qualities of having mass even though it isn't bonded by any strong force at all I.e. the 1H isotope.

The quark lattice is the source of gravitational mass and the Higg's Zo boson Marjorana brane juncture is the source of inertial mass and not the SBF M-brane at all; which is the real weak force junction and is itself subject to nuclear decay*. That bond is quite weak and able to break with dependence upon the proposed nuclear shell filling statistical dynamics in collusion with external conditional affects.

All those internal bonds are able to be severely affected to the point of destruction by powerful external forces by perturbation or collision.

*The pion toggle resistance to nucleon mutual penetration and withdrawal is very strong in the femptometer range. In other words once the pion interconnection at the SBF brane is allowed it is obviously just strong enough. According to known data it is just a hairs breadth away from not being so.


(b) The magnetic dipoles are parallel to the face centres of the tetrahedrals, but generally randomly oriented and that will result in nil magnetism. The dipoles don't present magnetic affects towards each other rather bosonic. That's because of the laws of disassociation. The magnetic dipole boson arrangement is being constantly affected by the QL internal vibrations and therefore it exhibits a vibration frequency of its own as a magnetic dipole gyromagnetic behaviour which is controlled by the QL but which also transfers electronic information to the QL.

(h) The electrostatic dipole moments are formed directly from the quark lattice and femptospace via the Higg's brane superstruct; and the coulombic electrostatic is derived directly from the bosonic lattice quark biracial states. This is a reversible/affected status. A QL is electrically affectable/affected by other external and bound QLs and also other coulombic electrostatics states. The electrostatic state is modulated by the form factor electrical data which derives from collusions between the QL lattice and level quarks and the valence quarks. As we just saw there is an electromagnetic interplay between the g and form factors. That can result in the nodal snaps. These nodal snaps usually just cause electron orbital jumps but as we have seen they can also result in higher level phenomena which can even destroy an isotope.

(a)----(g) The QL also controls the spins states and we end up with specific spin-magnetic-dipole-gyromagnetic relationships to conditionally permit, enforce or prevent photon emission and even J-coupling via the data from the valence quark.

These conditions are computed in the QL according to data dependence on the VM crystalline states, the femtospace gravity and temperature states, pressure, DOF, perturbation, magnetic decoupling, electromagnetic and photonic absorption and also electronic affects etc. The computed and conditionally actioned quantum behaviour is determined by the quark colour states.

This little nucleus we have under the microscope is a veritable digital computer. I say digital because the dipoles are being pulsed at various frequencies. This gives variations in moments and spin which translates into required variations in electron spin states and moments according to the digitized quantum states. That behaviour might be likened to 'electron spin quantum states mechanics' in the standard interpretation but that all occurs according to a different -fact fitting and workable- phenomenology shown in G-theory and not by way of some relativistic mathematical wave function process which is no process at all just a mathematical picture.

Magnetic states are determined by magnetic dipole alignment and the sum of many pulsing magnetic fields can find a summed vector result as a measurably steady magnetic field.