By Ronin Research Scholar Thomas J. Buckholtz
This seminar is part of the Ronin Institute Public Seminar Series, featuring our Research Scholars. We welcome members of the public to attend.
Title: The Tiny and the Vast: Predictions about Elementary Particles, Dark Matter, and the Cosmos
Presenter: Thomas J. Buckholtz, Ronin Institute Research Scholar
Hosted by: Immanuel Freeman, Ronin Institute Research Scholar
Date/time: October 18 at 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM ET/ 22:00-23:00 UTC (in your local time) Add to your calendar
Meeting link: https://meet.google.com/ssz-tpqr-yrj
Summary of the seminar: We discuss work that might solve three 80-year physics challenges:
– Describing all elementary particles.
– Describing dark matter.
– Explaining the changing rates at which very large objects move away from each other.
Fun Fact: Possibly one cannot solve any one of the three challenges without solving all three of them. It took me nine-plus years to do so. Fortunately, the underlying math is simpler than math other people use to try to tackle the challenges.
Here is a 2-min introductory video to the seminar:
Here is a recording of the seminar:
Thomas J. Buckholtz has conducted research and authored publications regarding physics, mathematics, computer science, the Information Age, software licensing, service science, innovation, and other fields. Marquis Who’s Who awarded him a Lifetime Achievement Award. Thomas has a PhD in Physics from University of California, Berkeley, and a BS in Mathematics from California Institute of Technology.