Grand Unified Theory Of Everything On A Prim

An Exceptionally Simple Theory of Everything – that’s what scientist and surfer dude A. Garret Lisi calls his TOE (Theory of Everything). I don’t claim to understand it, but it certainly makes a pretty picture. So I imported it into Second Life and put it onto a giant prim. And it makes a pretty prim too.

The big breakthroughs in science tend to be simple and beautiful too – think Albert Einstein’s E=MC Squared, so lets hope this one turns out to be true. The kicker with this one is that it predicts a whole bunch of new elementary particles as well as all the ones we already know about, which means that the theory is verifiable, unlike the current favorite TOE, string theory, which is pretty much unprovable.

The theory in pdf format, for those who can understand these things….
http://xxx.lanl.gov/pdf/0711.0770

Original picture by jared, & borrowed from his Flickr stream….
http://www.flickr.com/photos/generated/2056931176/
though SL reduced the image quality which is a shame.

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~ by slconceptual on November 29, 2007.

2 Responses to “Grand Unified Theory Of Everything On A Prim”

  1. I understand it, and Lisi has some serious flaws in his math. Lisi and I are both “surfer dudes” and I’m an ex-scientist…whatever that means…..

    Good post.

    Jeff

  2. Visit it in Second Life at……
    http://slurl.com/secondlife/Dreamworld%20SE/24/17/470/

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