Binary_Mechanics_Lab

Binary mechanics and the Standard Model in legacy physics are compared. First principles, predictions and milestones are summarized.

A brief history suitable for both beginners and experts. To be brief, the most important ideas and events are featured.

Brief discussion of the ATLAS and ALICE projects at CERN reveals serious questions on their scientific merit. In a proposed scientific merit spectrum, these projects may rank between the zero merit and the hoax levels.

The hard-hitting, emotion-packed story of the downfall of physical force definitions based on particle interactions, where many physicists and Nobel prizes were lost, swept away on a flooded "Road to Nowhere".

In more recent versions of Windows, the Simulator (hotspot.exe) display may appear garbled. This tutorial shows how to do proper display setup on the first run of hotspot.exe.

Faults in the two main pillars of the Standard Model proved fatal. The balance sheet for physics theory is vastly improved by decreasing expenses and increasing income.

The BML simulator shows that positron spot quanta circulate through proton bit cycles in 3 adjacent spot cubes -- a phenomenon essential for atomic nuclei formation where nucleon number > 1. This demo is also a simulator tutorial.

Energy-space-time quantization enabled 1) complete enumeration of inter-particle quanta fluxes and 2) first-ever derivation of particle motion mechanisms and particle interactions from first principles. These milestones checkmate Standard Model continuous space-time theory and math, leaving "big trouble in PhysicsTown".

The binary mechanics (BM) bit function team delivered a stunning defeat of the quantum mechanics (QM) wave function team. Play-by-play analysis of the BM victory reviews empirical data leading to the historic bit function win.

The research question is the mystery of the paucity of basic progress in physics for some six decades. This is our crime scene. We seek clues about why some two generations of physicists have held an almost religious belief in continuous space-time.

First principles and discoveries (e.g., quanta aggregation in baryogenesis) suggest quantum mechanisms may account for all gravitational effects from single nucleon particles to astronomical objects. One can almost see the wizards responsible for the GRACE satellites boondoggle leaving the sinking General Relativity ship.

This video features a 2015 research report in the free on-line JBinMech which has gone "viral" among particle and high energy physicists since it was updated in 2019. Why? Which results have generated such interest? Maybe you can figure it out.

In physics literature, the "Bohr magneton" has been expressed in terms of elementary charge e, reduced Planck constant and electron rest mass, all measured constants. Thus, this expression merely shows relationships among measured constants, not a derivation from first principles, as shown in the present video.

The binary mechanics model of space, based on energy and length quantization, and the time-development bit operations applied in quantized time intervals were "first principles" used in the first-ever derivation of elementary charge from the scalar (electrostatic) bit operation.

The spatial model of the proton and the discovery of the proton (hadron) bit cycle are used to calculate a non-zero proton electric dipole moment (EDM) which may very bad news for the credibility of legacy quantum theory based on continuous space-time theory.

With the addition of energy-space-time quantization to quantum theory, the spatial model of the electron and the discovery of the electron bit cycle predicts a zero electron electric dipole moment (EDM) which has been experimentally confirmed by labs at Harvard and in London.

The user-friendly interface (bmls.exe) facilitates setup of experiments and automation of multiple simulator (hotspot.exe) runs without any further user intervention. For example, multiple runs might be required to gather data where specific independent variables are varied or simply to obtain a larger N by running multiple trials starting with the same initial state.

In this tutorial, the simulator (BMLS) is running during the window capture. The BMLS CPU usage causes the OBS video recording to skip frames. The audio is primitive but OK (except for the very loud crickets outside).

In Part 2, light speed and Planck's constant are derived. Scientific merit and editorial comments discussed.

This part 1 describes consequences of adding energy-space-time quantization as background for Part 2 where light speed c and Planck's constant h are derived.

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Original scientific papers document how a little known research lab won the century-long physics grand championship race to derive basic constants from first principles of a coherent, comprehensive theory -- binary mechanics. Learn how Binary Mechanics Lab (BML) won the greatest race in physics in 100 years starting with space-time-energy quantization, upgrading from partial-to-full quantum mechanics. BML did it; big-money losers such as CERN, FermiLab, etc, did not. The exciting conclusion: seemingly "over night", BML became the leading physics lab world-wide for fundamental physics breakthroughs. First-ever derived constants include electron rest mass, vacuum light speed c, Planck's constant h, intrinsic electron and proton spin, elementary charge e, fractional electric charge and intrinsic electron magnetic moment.

James J Keene: Physics researcher; author and reviewer of peer-reviewed journal papers; former reviewer of NSF and NIH grant proposals; University of Chicago, BA; University of Michigan; PhD