Dear visitor, welcome...
My name is John T. Nordberg. I am the person who created this website.
Please watch my new science film. Browse my YouTube Channel's videos.
The Trailer can be seen here.
In this new film -- in video clip number 22 -- I mention that you can download a copy of my analysis of balls-of-light. I call this complete table, "Table A." (This is a large graphic. Resize as needed.) Enjoy! However, consider making a donation.
I have been working on a new website. Sorry for the delay. My plan is to start uploading it in late November, or early December.
The "Holy Grail" of physics has been to unify all areas of physics into one simple equation just one inch long. I believe I have successfully done just that.
(After you have read this introduction -- especially for those of you who are really skeptical -- you may wish to download a video of a simple experiment that provides direct visual evidence that you can replicate that shows my grand unification theory is correct.)
Now, I have a much better clip of this experiment in my science film on YouTube. The clip is called, Breakthrough Physics: The Experiment 07.
The purpose of this website is to help anyone who is interested, understand my new physics and other related information. If you are not specifically interested in physics you may still be interested in some of the other topics covered here, such as:
I am not hiring yet, but perhaps you might be interested in the near future in a job at Nordberg Fusion Technologies, Inc.? It will be a nuclear fusion research and development company in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul area of Minnesota. (If you are presently a physics student with an interest in fusion, please email me your resume.)
- The solution to the question, "What is time?"
- my earthquake predictions
- my nuclear fusion reactor patent #6,888,434 -- a new method for generating electricity that could greatly reduce world pollution and the first device designed using my new physics
- how these fusion power plants can change the world's environment: by eliminating our dependence on carbon fuels; by powering devices that can collect water from the atmosphere; by collecting water in hot deserts -- trasforming sterile arid deserts in to lush areas of farmlands, savannas, forests and rainforests.
- heliometereolgy -- a new method of weather forecasting that uses solar activity that may improve predictions on droughts, hurricanes, and ice ages (really interesting for people interested in "global warming")
- and my new models for the Big Bang, galaxy formation, star formation, how the sun works, sunspots, planetary nebulae, planet formation and other topics in a new astronomy.
My web site even topics on:
Any way you look at it, there is a lot of information to explore here. I hope you enjoy my web site. For those of you who want quick answers to the two big questions, then here they are.
- the extinction of the dinosaurs
- Ball Lightning
- and much more.
Big Question #1 -- How can physics be unified into one short equation?
First, I believe the "one inch" equation that unifies all physics is:
The vector E stands for the Electric field, the vector B stands for the Magnetic field, and the vector G stands for the Gravitational field (not a normal usage). The little arrows above the letters is a physics symbol for "vector" which in physics is a quantity that has both magnitude and direction. This gravitational field vector in my equation is different from the traditional symbols found in physics, specifically gravity, represented by the small "g" (not a vector) and the gravitational field constant represented by a plain big "G". The black "x" stands for the cross product, which in physics is a way of mathematically and geometrically multiplying vectors. Geometrically, this 3-dimensional equation looks like this:
Depending on the units scientists will someday have to choose -- but have not yet chosen -- there may have to be a constant added to this equation. It depends on how the speed of light is defined -- if it is equal to "one," for example.
If at first you do not understand this equation, do not worry, you are not alone. To understand it, you first need to understand time -- and that is something that most people don't understand. The question, "What is time?" is the second big question, and I will answer that question in a moment.
The grand unification equation is the basis of my Ball-of-Light Particle Model, which I believe is the first working grand unification theory. I believe that physicists have not previously come up with this equation because they did not understand time. (I man by the name John Henry Poynting 1852-1914 came very close when he developed an equation for the Poynting Vector "S".)
Big Question #2 -- What is time?
If you ask a physicist, "What is time?" they will normally point blank tell you they do not understand it, or, they will sometimes try to dazzle you with bull and try to sound like they know what time is. This whole web site, and this new type of physics that I have developed is based upon fact that I have solved this question of time. I am the first person to define time in a physically correct form. The definition is:
In physics, a small "c" indicates the speed of light. The triple equation sign is often used to indicate a definition. Thus, what this definition is saying is that what has been called the "time" and what has been called "the speed of light" are defined to be the same thing. This is the quick answer to the second big question, "What is time?"
Time is a specific, constant quantity of motion that we use to measure all other
Again, if at first you do not understand this, do not worry, you are not alone. There is a much more extensive explanation in this web site -- and in my new science film on YouTube. If you do immediately understand how important this definition is for physics, then you might like to know a little bit more right now. My definition of time performs the same task in physics that Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity does, but in a different way. My Ball-of-Light Particle Model performs the same task in physics that Einstein's General Theory of Relativity does, but in a different way
motions, and should be defined to be what is now called the speed of light.
-- in an Euclidean manner!
If you are familiar with geometry, the Speed-of-Light Definition of Time is the Euclidean form of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, and the Ball-of-Light Particle Model is the Euclidean form of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.
For most people, to truly understand the Ball-of-Light Particle Model they will need to understand how the equation,
works in spherical waves. (In physics, the professors always teach students about "longitudinal" and "transvers" waves -- here is a good website with examples -- they never teach about spherical waves!)
I have drawn simple forms of 3-dimensional spherical electromagneticgravitational waves in 2 dimensions in the graphic below:
This is just one quadrant of a table (Table A) that I have made for geometrically analyzing The Ball-of-Light Particle Model. (By the way, I have performed simple physical experiments that prove that electromagnetic fields actually work as shown in the above graphic. First Experiment.) (A better version is now on YouTube: Breakthrough Physics: The Experiment 07) I predict, this graphic shows how photons should be visualized. If these moving spherical waves are thought of as photons, and are combined -- superimposed -- then they create standing spherical waves. My nickname for these spherical, electromagnetic and gravitational, standing or moving, waves is "balls-of-light", but really, they are "stable" and "nonstable" elementary particles such as neutrinos, electrons, protons, neutrons, muons, and so on. And when I say "so on", I mean it. There appears to be no limit to the size of such particles other than all the energy in the universe. This leads to a new explanation of the Big Bang, a new explanation of black holes, and a new explanation on how almost every astronomical object is formed.
Again, there is a lot to this web site.
I hope you enjoy it.
Thank you,John T. Nordberg