Lab Notes for a Scientific Revolution (Physics)

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Lab Note 1:

     Part 1:  My 1984 Unpublished Paper on Geometrodynamics with Sources

     Follow Up Discussion: Follow Up Discussion of Lab Note 1 — a 2007 Update

     Part 2:  Einstein’s 1915 General Relativity Paper, §20: Maxwell’s Electromagnetic Field Equations for Free Space

Lab Note 2:

     Part 1:  Rest Mass as Geometry

     Part 2:  Gravitational and Inertial Mass, and Electrodynamics as Geometry, in 5-Dimensional Spacetime

     Part 3:  Gravitational and Electrodynamic Potentials, the Electro-Gravitational Lagrangian, and a Possible Approach to Quantum Gravitation

     Intermezzo:  Change of View to a Spacelike Fifth Dimension, as the Geometric Foundation of Intrinsic Spin

     Progess Report:  Draft Paper on Kaluza-Klein Theory and Lorentz Force Geodesics

     Term Paper:  Kaluza-Klein Theory and Lorentz Force Geodesics . . . and the Maxwell Tensor

     Derivation of the Maxwell Stress-Energy Tensor from Five-Dimensional Geometry, using a Four-Dimensional Variation

     Why the Compactified, Cylindrical Fifth Dimension in Kaluza Klein Theory may be the “Intrinsic Spin” Dimension

Lab Note 3:

     Part 1:  Yang Mills Theory, the Origin of Baryons and Confinement, and the Mass Gap

     Part 2:  Unification of Particle, Nuclear and Atomic Phenomonology

Lab Note 4:

     Part 1:  An Interesting Left-Chiral Muliplet Perhaps Indicative of Preonic Structure for Fermions


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