“Anyone that knows me personally, knows I am literally like a little boy when it comes to this one! … X-Men comics! Anyone? No? GUESS WHO MY FAVOURITE X-MAN WAS!” 😀
“And still is?”
“GAMBIT! Well… I’m more inclined towards Magnetos Brotherhood these days”
In the 21st century, physicists, mathematicians and theoreticians have turned to supercomputers in their quest for the ‘Unified Theory’ of physics. Supercomputers have been used in every field from cosmology, Astro-physics, particle physics, to the search for the elusive ‘dark matter’ (which Mills has identified as ‘hydrino’). Thus far each effort (as far as I’m aware) has been based on the ‘Standard Model’ of physics, and as of yet produced no concrete results, new theories or confirmation of existing ones (I.e. Standard Model).
Why not use a supercomputer to test Mills’ GUT-CP model of atomic structure, and of the Universe? Mills has almost single handily built an entirely new model of physics, of the atom and electron… and has thus far proven to be far more accurate than the Standard Model and Quantum Mechanics.
Millsian software (as discussed previously) is a perfect example of the accuracy of his model in regards to molecular structure and calculating bond energy transfers. GUT-CP has predicted everything from the accelerated expansion of the Universe to recently confirmed ‘gravitational’ waves.
One such effort in the search for ‘dark matter’, ‘new physics’ and the fundamentals of particle physics & cosmology is the GAMBIT Collaboration project. GAMBIT is The Global And Modular BSM Inference Tool, and is made up of a collection of researchers from scientific intuitions worldwide, using the supercomputer Prometheus (amongst others) in the search for dark matter and a unified theory.
GAMBIT narrows the hiding places for ‘new physics’
The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences
“Is it possible for today’s apparatus to detect the elementary particles of ‘new physics’ that are capable of explaining such mysteries as the nature of dark matter or the lack of symmetry between matter and antimatter? To answer this question, scientists from the international GAMBIT (Global and Modular Beyond-the-Standard-Model Inference Tool) Collaboration have developed a set of software tools that comprehensively analyse data collected during the most sophisticated contemporary experiments and measurements.”
“Although almost a century has passed since Zwicky’s discovery, it has not been possible to investigate the composition of dark matter to this day, nor even to unambiguously confirm its existence. Over this time, theoreticians have constructed many extensions of the Standard Model containing particles that are to a greater or lesser extent exotic.”
The following article from Physics World explains GAMBIT, the history of the ‘discovery’ of ‘dark matter’ and the subsequent search for it’s identity’.
When supercomputers go over to the dark side
“Despite oodles of data and plenty of theories, we still don’t know what dark matter is. Martin White and Pat Scott describe how a new software tool called GAMBIT – run on supercomputers such as Prometheus – will test how novel theories stack up when confronted with real data”
“Unexpected scientific paradigm shifts, where reality turns out not to be as we believed, can be just as exciting and perplexing. One such dramatic change in perspective has been the dawning realization over the last few decades that “ordinary” matter accounts for just a fifth of the matter in the universe, with the rest made of a mysterious “dark” matter. Physicists love unsolved problems, and they don’t come much bigger than working out the nature of this dark stuff.
If a blockbuster movie is ever made about the discovery of dark matter, the next decade may well be the climax. New data from experiments such as CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are telling us more about what dark matter can and cannot be, while the recent discovery of gravitational waves reminds us that even century-old theories (general relativity in this case) can be spectacularly confirmed in the blink of an eye”
GAMBIT project suggests theoretical particles are too massive for LHC detection
“The idea of the GAMBIT Collaboration is to create tools for analyzing data from as many experiments as possible, from different areas of physics, and to compare them very closely with the predictions of new theories. Looking comprehensively, it is possible to narrow the search areas of new physics much faster, and over time also eliminate those models whose predictions have not been confirmed in measurements,” explains Dr. Marcin Chrzaszcz
Verification of the new physics proposals takes place in the GAMBIT Collaboration as follows: Scientists choose a theoretical model and build it into the software. The program then scans the values of the main model parameters. For each set of parameters, predictions are calculated and compared to the data from the experiments.
“In practice, nothing is trivial here. There are models where we have as many as 128 free parameters. Imagine scanning in a space of 128 dimensions—it’s something that kills every computer. Therefore, at the beginning, we limited ourselves to three versions of simpler supersymmetric models, known under the abbreviations CMSSM, NUHM1 and NUHM2. They have five, six and seven free parameters, respectively. But things nonetheless get complicated, because, for example, we only know some of the other parameters of the Standard Model with a certain accuracy. Therefore, they have to be treated like free parameters too, only changing to a lesser extent than the new physics parameters,” says Dr. Chrzaszcz.
The GAMBIT Project website gives the following explanation –
“Welcome to the GAMBIT homepage. GAMBIT is a global fitting code for generic Beyond the Standard Model theories, designed to allow fast and easy definition of new models, observables, likelihoods, scanners and backend physics codes.”
Thus far, ALL previous efforts with GAMBIT and Prometheus have led to dead ends (like all of modern QM physics), but it is worth noting that all previous efforts using Prometheus have been built upon or have expanded upon THE STANDARD MODEL!
What if this code, or at least these supercomputers where used for Mills’ GUT-CP and hydrino model? Entering a theory based upon Classical Laws? Expanding upon Newton, Maxwell equations… essentially used to enter ALL of Mills 30 year research, theories, predictions and equations… tested against known observables in the Universe?
I believe the results of doing so would be extraordinary accurate compared to all previous attempts, and would be the beginning of creating a computer model/simulation of the Universe to such a degree of accuracy never before witnessed in mathematics, particle physics, Astro-physics and cosmology… essentially the beginning of creating a computer simulation of the history of the Universe, past, previous ;o, present and future… A COMPUTER SIMUALTION OF THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE!
(as well as confirming hydrino as dark matter, the expansion/contraction of the Universe, gravitational waves and causes etc.)
Surely if all these Quantum Physicists, Astro-physicists and cosmologists are saying Mills is fundamentally wrong… take a risk and run it on a supercomputer such as Prometheus (fitting name considering!)… take a GAMBIT!
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