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Ultra Efficient Light Emitting Diode

Ultra Efficient Light Emitting Diode

We wondered what the most efficient LED in the world was. Dr. Brett Teeple works out the theoretical maximum of LED efficiency. It is shown that by using LED technology in a specific way, it would help cool the earth!

Biological Tissue and Light

Biological Tissue and Light

We wondered how far light can go through your body and attempted to theoretically model the physics. A more specific question, was if any photon energy can enter the digestive tract. Do these photons support the digestive process and grow the specific digestive bacteria that are photo sensitive?

Physics of Plant and Cell Growth

Physics of Plant and Cell Growth

A brief summary of algorithmic botany is presented and connected to quasicrystals. We speculate that the four dimensional approach to the mathematical interpretation of plants can be improved by a six dimensional projection. Is the plant world ruled by a single six dimensional equation?

The Dimensional Catastrophe

The Dimensional Catastrophe

Dr. Teeple explains what he means when he says “Dimensional Catastrophe”. Fun with Mathematical Physics!

Pandemics, COVID, and the Small World

Pandemics, COVID, and the Small World

Dr. Brett Teeple shows us how to set up the mathematics for calculating the risk of future pandemics. This math approach can be used for other small world, social phenomenon.

Anthropomorphic global warming and the `heat pump` thermodynamics physics model

Anthropomorphic global warming and the `heat pump` thermodynamics physics model

Such math and physics models are of great utility, as they give us a basis for reasoning quantitatively about climate change. Despite this utility, however, many such models have not yet made it into the textbooks or popular literature, but remain scattered throughout the vast and technical scientific literature. Our aim here is to provide a self-contained treatment of a handful of these models which seem particularly useful. The intended audience are those with a basic math and physics background, and in particular scientists and engineers in other fields, who seek a basis for reasoning for themselves about climate change. There is no intended statement on greenhouse gases or political perspectives, this is meant purely as a math, physics model of anthropomorphic heat contribution`s and a alternate approach to support the IPCC in their continued analysis.

Six Dimensional Space Time

Six Dimensional Space Time

Six Dimensional Space Time

6D (SO 3,3) mathematics is a new type of mathematics developed by a small and talented team of scientists, engineers and technologists at TAGDit headed by its founder, Jode Himann. In its most simplistic terms, 6D mathematics extends Einstein’s famous 4D spacetime mathematics consisting of three spatial dimensions and one time dimension, by adding two additional dimensions of time to it, resulting in a 6D spacetime with three space dimensions and three time dimensions. The mathematics could be a basis for a physical Theory of Everything (ToE). That is, a physical theory that can explain the entire universe, from the tiniest subatomic scale to the largest scale of galaxies, and from the living world to the nonliving one. It has been proven to be a better alternative to string theory’s 10D as 6D is another possible mathematical stable dimension for Nature and both the cosmological Universe, and also the small subatomic high energy quantum Universe.

The beauty of a theory lay in its ability to explain vastly different natural phenomena. 6D theory has proven to have an explanatory breadth rarely seen in physical science and its predictive power is the same as 4D but seems to offer more testable predictions. It explains unexplained or poorly explained phenomena across vast scales of space and time, and in diverse areas of science. It has many important applications in cosmology, relativity, quantum mechanics, high energy particle physics, quantum gravity, computer graphics, healthcare, GIS, information systems, data analytics, AI, stock market analysis, politics, social science, human psychometrics, biology, neuroscience and many other fields we have not even begun to explore.

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