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Theory of Everything by Illusion

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Referee this paper: [viXra:1211.0027]

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paper authored Nov 5, 2012 to Closed Questions by Kimmo Rouvari
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    pg 13 "Quote from Wikipedia" pg 18 "Mass of a photon: [nonzero number]" Laughing out loud, should we even tolerate this nonsense? I know it was me who responded to the submission creation request, due to fear of censorship, but what do the rest think about this?

    How about generally dismissing papers from viXra?

    @KimmoRouvari, It does not qualify as a serious scientific work, at least by modern norm, hence not worth any effort to make a scientific criticism, if possible at all. 

    @KimmoRouvari, falsifiablity is not my first concern, to claim your theory to be a "theory of everything", it is your burden to show us that at least it can, or has a good chance to, reproduce the known physical results of fundamental importance: Einstein's equation and Standard model etc. For example, based on your theory, if you can reproduce the correct anomalous magnetic moment of electron, I will be well impressed.

    @KimmoRouvari being able to calculate the anomalous magnetic moment is not absurd, it is a standart benchmark test for any wannabe TOE ...

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    Do you even know what general relativity is? 

    EFE is another piece in the continuum of the series of mistakes made since Newton. Equivalence should be stated (First law of ToEbi) \(E = m*f\) ,where \(m\) is mass and \(f\) is spinning frequency of a particle at rest. Einstein's \(E=mc^2\) equals First law of ToEbi just because \(c^2=f\)which comes from the mechanism at subatomic level (check the speed of light section).

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    @ Kimmo Rouvati  "Big Bang created very tiny spiked sphere like objects (physical particles)
    which vary in sizes." What on Earth preposition is this? How? How did "particles" obtain mass? What is the parallelism with ESB and Higgs mechanism? How can you derive EH action? Why 4 dimensions? The assumption that particles are tiny spheres is valid why?  You define a force between two particles that comes out of which Lagrangian? You just add some terms in Newton's law. 

    You refuse to demonstrate and provide a rigorous or even wavy derivation of any of the standard field theoretical results. The reason is obvious. Unless you demonstrate to the scientific community that your theory works in accordance with QFT and GR no one will take you seriously. I am not sorry but this is non-sense. 

    reviewed Jul 18, 2014 by conformal_gk (3,535 points) [ revision history ]
    edited Jul 21, 2014 by Arnold Neumaier

    Thank you for your review. I know that my paper needs more flesh around its bones therefore I'm writing Introduction to ToEbi which answers some of your questions. According to ToEbi, particle's mass is its geometrical cross section, an area capable of interacting with FTEP flux generated by other particles. So Higgs mechanism is not needed.

    Four dimensions are sufficient, that's why. The assumption that (elementary) particles are tiny spheres seems to work out quite nicely, that's why it's one of used hypotheses in ToEbi. 

    GR is covered in Atom Model and Relativity paper and as you can see, I haven't covered nothing but a tiny spots from vast area of physics. ToEbi needs a larger group of physicists who can cover all physics through its ideas. One way to catch some serious attention for ToEbi is by conducting proposed antimatter experiment. And I'm pretty sure that we are about to hear from that direction because for example Imam Hossein University (in Iran) has been interested in my Antimatter paper and that university is pretty much focused on developing Iran's nuclear program.

    Your other questions work as a todo list for me. Thank you for your valuable feedback!

    Adding new terms into Newton's law is mandatory because it lacks spinning component currently. On the other hand, adding a new factor into it removes the need for the "universal gravitational constant". 

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    This is not a serious submission, and it is not worth any effort to review. There is no idea there which is not obviously idiotic.

    reviewed Jul 25, 2014 by Ron Maimon (7,535 points) [ no revision ]

    LMAO :D Well, I'm on the right track, experimentally verified.

    This answer is worthless and lazy, and should be deleted.

    This is how to review a paper that is worthless and lazy, and should never have been submitted. There is no need for a detailed review, as nobody could ever get confused on the value of this paper. Reviews in this case just lead to endless debates with someone who is fundamentally dishonest. Just cut the whole thing short, downvote, and ignore.

    @RonMaimon Fundamentally dishonest? What a fucking clown are you? :-)

    @ron more effort was put into the paper than your arrogant, lazy answer, making it worthless and lazy in comparison. Either delete it, or write a proper fair review.

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    In addition to what @conformal_gk said, you state in your section "sun bends starlight" that your result "sounds reasonable". Why don't you refer to an experimental paper that reproduces your results? I feel that you are dishonestly ignoring experimental results. 

    Your paper seems to be a bunch of assumptions and "derivations". At least tell us the Lagrangian of "Toebi"! 

    reviewed Jul 19, 2014 by dimension10 (1,950 points) [ no revision ]

    Here's one experimental "paper" which measures the unique predictions of ToEbi. That experiment was actually conducted 4 years before ToEbi. 

    Actually I might have an error in that Sun pending starlight section, sorry about that.

    I'll put that Lagrangian on my todo list (and put it here as soon as I'm done with it). 

    @KimmoRouvari Your error was to write the paper itself.





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