Knot Physics

A geometric unification theory

Branched spacetime manifold

Unifying Gravity and Quantum Mechanics

A geometric model of spacetime provides 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.


Quantum Mechanics

Quantum mechanics results from a geometric model of spacetime. This video describes:

  • Quantum interference
  • The quantum wave function
  • The double slit experiment

Video Course

Gravity and Quantum Mechanics

The double slit experiment, virtual particles, and spacetime curvature are among the topics covered in this course.

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Theory Overview


Knot Physics is a unification theory that describes all physical phenomena using a branched spacetime manifold that is embedded in a Minkowski 6-space.

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Technical Summary

Theory fundamentals and key results

Papers

Knot Physics research papers

Authors

Caltech astrophysics PhD and math alumnus now doing independent research

FAQ

Assumptions, advantages, and features of the theory