Knot Physics
Spacetime is assumed to be a branched 4-dimensional manifold embedded in a 6-dimensional Minkowski space. The branches allow quantum interference; each individual branch is a history in the sum-over-histories. A n-manifold embedded in a n+2-space can be knotted. The metric on the spacetime manifold is inherited from the Minkowski space and only allows a particular variety of knots. We show how those knots correspond to the observed particles with corresponding properties. We derive a Lagrangian. The Lagrangian combined with the geometry of the manifold produces gravity, electromagnetism, weak force, and strong force. Introduction to knot physics Introduction to quantum in knot physicsConference presentation Frequently asked questions page Papers:Knot physics: Spacetime in co-dimension 2
Knot physics: Neutrino helicity
Knot physics: Deriving the fine structure constant
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