Mathematical Physics


Exposition of Various Potential Research Topics

Authors: Peter Bissonnet

The intent of this paper is to present hopefully new and fruitful topic areas for current and future research. 1. Is dark matter and dark energy really caused by strange new particles or something else? 2. Normal surface geometry in differential geometry is built upon what is called the Symmetric Coefficient of the Second Fundamental Form. Is there such a thing as the Asymmetric Coefficient of the Second Fundamental Form? 3. Is it possible to have one equation which will give the basic intrinsic spin values? 4. Is it possible to derive a generalized transport flux using the Fokker-Planck equation? 5. Does the weak interaction harbor a powerful energy source? 6. Could the predicted fading of the earth’s magnetic field lead to another ice age? What really is lightning?

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[v1] 2018-08-22 17:47:20

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