1. Spacetime itself is self-imaging. An informal way of showing this is to take Maxwell’s equations and add to the Maxwell F μ ν and its vector source J ν two indices α and β , where the resulting tensors are assumed antisymmetric between α and β. This yields a new set of equations having the Maxwell form, but with F μ ν replaced by the Rieman-Christoffel curvature tensor R α β μ ν and vector J ν replaced by…..

1. The Law of Laws (LL; see Posts 3, 4) is a machine, generating particular single-particle laws dependent upon the behavior of wave field χ under spacetime transformations. Because χ is self-imaging and propagates in extra dimensions, each such law brings with it the prospect of new physics. Already we have seen in Posts 6 and 7 how, taking χ to be a Dirac spinor, the Dirac equation in 4 + 2 and 4 + 2 + 2 dimensions resolves…..

The Principle of True Representation (PTR) is no respecter of supposedly settled scientific doctrine. In Post 5 of this series I showed that, in a world of 4 + 2 spacetime dimensions—our world, according to the PTR—the graviton does not exist, implying not only that string theory is wrong, but that quantum mechanics and gravitation likely cannot be unified. Then in Post 6 I showed that, in that same ( 4 + 2 ) – dimensional world, flavor neutrinos are…..

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(For a fuller account of the subjects discussed in this post see Ch. 4 and Sec. 12.4 of The Principle of True Representation.) I. Although originating in metaphysics, the Law of Laws (LL), once geometrized, predicts a variety of physical effects attributable to the presence of extra dimensions x 5 and x 6. The fundamental fermions are a good place to start, because in extra dimensions we have a good chance of resolving the twin problems of fermion flavor and family…..