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This talk will introduce a new theory in fundamental physics. It will also describe an experiment, which is in progress, that tests this theory. This talk is free to the public.
In the 19th century, a three dimensional aether theory of light explained many things, but it was ruled out by an experiment in 1887. That experiment gave results consistent with relativity, which prevailed. But it was later realized that relativity is inconsistent with quantum mechanics and there are other problems in current, fundamental physical theory.
The theory introduced in this talk is an extension of the old aether theory from three dimensions to six dimensions. Six dimensions enable the unification of quantum mechanics with gravitation and much more.
Steven Zins holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Penn State (1964)
He has performed independent study in fundamental Physics for over 40 years.