Knot Physics

A unification theory by Caltech alumni

A unification theory by Caltech alumni

Branched spacetime manifold

Unifying Gravity and Quantum Mechanics

A branched spacetime manifold enables a unified description of gravity and quantum mechanics.

Linked knots

Strong Force

A geometric theory of quarks results in asymptotic freedom, confinement, and gluons.

Electromagnetic field of two knots

Electroweak

Electroweak unification is a consequence of including knot geometry in the description of the electromagnetic field.

Theory Summary


An overview of the entire theory, from simple assumptions about the spacetime manifold through particles, quantum mechanics, and forces


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Theory Summary


An overview of the entire theory, from simple assumptions about the spacetime manifold through particles, quantum mechanics, and forces


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Topics in Knot Physics


Physics Beyond the Event Horizon

Physics Beyond the Event Horizon

In Knot Physics, a model of quantum gravity extends our knowledge of physics beyond the event horizon.

A Model of Flow with Zero Viscosity

Superfluidity

In Knot Physics, superfluidity results from the properties of the branched spacetime manifold.

A natural transition from quantum to classical

Schrödinger’s Cat

At the center of physics is a conundrum that has persisted since the early days of quantum mechanics.

Fermion as a knot in spacetime

Visualizing Knots in Spacetime

In Knot Physics, particles are knots in the spacetime manifold.

More Resources


Quantum Mechanics

A 3-minute video on quantum mechanics, which results from a geometric model of spacetime

Papers

The papers cover theory fundamentals as well as a variety of topics, including entanglement and dark matter.

Video Course: Gravity and Quantum Mechanics

Topics covered include the double slit experiment, virtual particles, and spacetime curvature.

About


Branched spacetime manifold

Developing Knot Physics

On developing a unification theory as independent researchers

About

Caltech astrophysics PhD and math alumnus now doing independent research

FAQ

Assumptions, advantages, and features of the theory