It appears that a new level of strange quantum behavior is at hand. Entangled data between CMS and ATLAS, the two detectors at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), suggest a paradox: are we dealing with one Higgs-like particle or two?! The July 4th 2012 data released by CERN concerning the newly discovered particle as a candidate for the theoretical Higgs Boson reveals a bizarre anomaly in the data. It just so happens that this exact anomaly confirms another prediction made by Wince concerning his application of Existics equations to physics.
On June 2, 2012, Gavin Wince uploaded a video covering his presentation on April 17, 2012, where he predicted that the final results concerning the neutrino time-of-flight data would ultimately reveal problems in the theory of Relativity.
WINCE vs CERN: One Round Only!
On June 8, 2012, CERN released its official final results claiming that the apparent superluminal speed of neutrinos was due to experimental error. Though the neutrino time-of-flight (TOF) was not quit 60 nano-seconds faster than light, the neutrinos on average appeared to travel 6 nano-seconds faster than light. “Contemporary physicists accept this ‘speed’ as consistent with theory,” says Wince, “but I beleive their acceptance is flimsy”. Wince points out that according to theoretical physics, neutrinos have mass. Therefore, not only are neutrinos forbidden from traveling faster than light, they are equally forbidden from traveling light speed. What CERN, MINOS, and the physics community at large states is that the data fits theory within statistical error. This is not a satisfactory answer for Wince as he predicted such an event would eventual occur revealing an inherent flaw within the mathematics used in Special Relativity. According to Wince, his correction for this problem easily accounts for the apparent extra 6 nano-seconds. Though this maybe an extremely subtle point easily considered negligible and “within statistical error”, Wince offers a mathematical modification to Relativity that has applications to this and other anomalies in physics.
WINCE vs CERN: an Encore Presentation
On July 2, 2012, Gavin Wince discussed predictions he made regarding new data on the elusive Higgs particle. In anticipation of CERN’s July 4th announcement, Gavin Wince explains why he did not believe any new significant data in support of the Higgs particle would emerge. He briefly offered alternatives to the Higgs particle and/or Higgs Mechanism for resolving the issue surround the concept of mass.
Physicists Fumble Fractured Theory while Philosopher Finds Fix– Extra Dimensions of Time Frame Experimental Anomalies within Stand Model.
As an undergraduate student at both UC Davis and CSU Sacramento (CSUS) in the 1990’s Wince found problems with the mathematics used in modern physics and developed his discovery into a mathematical formalization he calls Existics.
While enrolled in a Master’s degree program at the University of Philosophical Research (UPR) in Los Angeles, California, Wince furthered developed Existics with faculty member Physicist Harold Dean Brown who was one of the eleven creators of the Z80 microchip. Applying the Existics equations to the Theory of Relativity and prior to Brown’s death in 2003, Wince wrote an essay title, “the Adjusted Twin Paradox”, predicting eventual failures of Special Relativity.
In September of 2011, while Physicists around the world struggled to deal with experimental results showing neutrinos apparently traveling faster than light, predictions made in “The Adjusted Twin Paradox” essay appeared to be showing up in the data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), specifically the measured time-of-flight of neutrinos from the LHC in Switzerland/
Technically speaking, by modifying what is used conventionally in Relativity, such as the Minkowski Diagram with 3D-Time, much of the unexplained data in modern physics experiments can be accounted for. In other words, time is better understood through three dimensions upgrading traditionally physics. Videos and written material about Existics can be found at: http://www.existics101.com
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***WINCE vs SUSSKIND***
Round One: Variance vs Invariance
In this 43:22 bout, Gavin Wince uses clips from Leonard Susskind’s Lectures on Physics (which are available to view on the Youtube “Stanford University’s Channel”) to investigate basic assumptions made by modern physicists. Wince uses Susskind’s own arguments to examine fundamental assumptions made in modern theories of physics regarding the dimensionality of time to see if there is any room for interpretation.
In the first half of the round, Wince leaves us with this question: “Can we successfully adapt modern physics making it compatible with extra-dimensions of time using the basic Existics equations as they apply to three dimensions of time?”
In this second half of the round, Wince answers the question “Can we successfully adapt modern physics making it compatible with extra-dimensions of time” in the affirmative using the basic Existics equations as they apply to three dimensions of time. He then boldly goes where no known physicist, philosopher, or mathematician (or anyone else Wince has been able to find) has gone before: partial derivative equations for three dimensions of time! Wince then leaves us in anticipation for Round Two where Wince then derives a proper matrix, eigenvalues, and applications for these newly discovered extra-dimensions.
Gavin Wince works out an example of the Existics equations and graphs the figures derived. He then alludes to potential applications in physics.
“There are extra dimensions of time unknown to Physics, and beyond that, dimensions of consciousness unknown to Philosophy. We are now unlocking the doors of preconceived notions, moving into a realm of controversy and cover-up, coincidences and cop-outs; it lies between sciences’ greatest fears and the pits of unconventional ideas. We’ve just crossed over into . . . the Temporal Zone.”
Our story begins in a small village town resting along the boarder of Switzerland and France where a community of the World’s best Scientist conduct high energy experiments with the European Council for Nuclear Research, better known to the general public as CERN.
THE CONTROVERSY- Recently, experiments with the Large Hadron Collider, or LHC located at CERN, turned up results showing neutrinos apparently traveling faster than light. If results prove true, this could mean the end of physics as we know it, and end to Einstein’s famous E=mc^2.
THE COINCIDENCE- Meanwhile, Gavin Wince, a mild mannered philosopher with family located near Deerfield Ohio, on the other side of the planet, predicted such an event would occur nearly ten years prior. Upon hearing the results from CERN, Mr. Wince notified Scientists at CERN and set out to do a press release, where upon he was astonished to find out he was a moment behind.
THE COVER-UP- CERN announced that its controversial experimental data was the result of loose giggly wires.
THE COP OUT- Out of fear of not having any explanation that can save Special Relativity, CERN conspired to cop out with the giggly wires excuse until further notice.
…But as fate would have it, another scientific Anomaly arose; this time on the other side of the universe where CERN’s giggly wires could not have had effect. New telescopic images of colliding galaxies reveal that the so-called dark matter was left behind after the collision. Impossible! (based on all understanding). Unbeknownst to CERN, the very same equations Gavin Wince used to account for the apparent superluminal neutrinos, observed by CERN, also accounts for this Dark Matter anomaly. Pitted against a deadline and an open challenge to a leading physicist, Gavin Wince races to beat the clock as he has now found himself in… The Temporal Zone.
Existics Prelude: the Mystery of Existence
Exploring the paradoxical and seemingly contradictory nature of defining what it means to exist, Gavin Wince takes us on a walk through the wilderness of contemplation blazing a new path through uncharted thoughts.
Gavin Wince briefly discusses the concept of Three-Dimensional Time and how it can be applied to physics.