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A Theory Of Everything Visualizer  Pane 13 Edition
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A Theory of Everything Visualizer, with links to free Cloud based Interactive Demonstrations:

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This demonstration combines five original demonstrations by the author (#15 Fano, Pascal, Dynkin, E8, and Particle and an OpenCL based NBody Universal history simulation #8). It combines and integrates many other author’s Wolfram demonstrations with significant original value added to each. All of these are in some way related to fundamental mathematical symmetries. Most are also theoretically related to and integrated with an extended Standard Model (SM) originated by A.G. Lisi and modified by the author. It visualizes, among other things, the math and physics of “An Exceptionally Simple Theory of Everything“ as well as myToE as a basis for understanding the relationships between the fundamental constants, (C)harge, (T)ime, and space or spin (P)arity.
This demonstration combines five original demonstrations by the author (#15 Fano, Pascal, Dynkin, E8, and Particle and an OpenCL based NBody Universal history simulation #8). It combines and integrates many other author’s Wolfram demonstrations with significant original value added to each. All of these are in some way related to fundamental mathematical symmetries. Most are also theoretically related to and integrated with an extended Standard Model (SM) originated by A.G. Lisi and modified by the author. It visualizes, among other things, the math and physics of “An Exceptionally Simple Theory of Everything“ as well as myToE as a basis for understanding the relationships between the fundamental constants, (C)harge, (T)ime, and space or spin (P)arity.
The resulting combination of 18 panes brings the user from the mathematical abstractions of geometry and algebra, through particle and nuclear physics, adds a universal history simulation engine, including quantum mechanics and general relativity of cosmological Nbody gravitation and Big Bang physics, and goes on to visualize the chemistry of the atoms, molecules, and proteins, as well as speculation about the quantum brainmind connection of neurons/axons as it relates to Orchestrated Objective Reductions (OrchOR). I’ve even thrown in a few panes investigating computational, musical, and theological links to math/science.
The resulting combination of 18 panes brings the user from the mathematical abstractions of geometry and algebra, through particle and nuclear physics, adds a universal history simulation engine, including quantum mechanics and general relativity of cosmological Nbody gravitation and Big Bang physics, and goes on to visualize the chemistry of the atoms, molecules, and proteins, as well as speculation about the quantum brainmind connection of neurons/axons as it relates to Orchestrated Objective Reductions (OrchOR). I’ve even thrown in a few panes investigating computational, musical, and theological links to math/science.