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David Brown

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NKS project for M-theorists

Forget about NKS. Forget about Dave Brown's other postings. M-theorists should make 3 big physical assumptions.
1. Assume the f(div) modified general theory of relativity is physically valid.
2. Assume that paradigm-breaking photons really do explain the GZK paradox.
3. Assume that the maximum physical wavelength is the Planck length times the Fredkin-Wolfram constant.
Prediction: If M-theorists attempt to incorporate the preceding 3 physical assumptions into a modified M-theory then they shall profoundly revolutionize physics.
Hint 1. Don't think of 7 dimensions curling up — instead think of 11 dimensions transferring information into general relativity theory and quantum field theory.
Hint 2. Forget about lightbulb lightbulb lightbulb. Instead ask yourself: What might be the explanation of the GZK paradox? Get together with 2 M-theorist colleagues and brainstorm about the preceding question.
"... a theory will always command more attention if it is supported by unexpected evidence ..." —
Francis Crick, "What Mad Pursuit", page 115

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