The table of contents below is very preliminary. Many chapters are already at my home page as pdf files although their form will not be final: for instance, introduction must be expanded. If You want, say chapter "Construction of Quantum Theory", as a .pdf file, just click on "Construction of Quantum Theory" in the table of contents. To help the reader to get overview I have included also a list of links to the chapters in the table of contents as well as corresponding abstracts. Most of the abstract files are also already there.



TOPOLOGICAL GEOMETRODYNAMICS: AN OVERVIEW



||Introduction||
PART I: GENERAL OVERVIEW
||Why TGD and What TGD is?||Topological Geometrodynamics: Three Visions||TGD Inspired Theory of Consciousness|| TGD and M-Theory ||Can one apply Occam's razor as a general purpose debunking argument to TGD?||

PART II: PHYSICS AS INFINITE-DIMENSIONAL SPINOR GEOMETRY AND GENERALIZED NUMBER THEORY: BASIC VISIONS
|| The geometry of the World of the Classical Worlds|| Classical TGD||Physics as a Generalized Number Theory|| Unified Number Theoretical Vision||
PART IIII: HYPERFINITE FACTORS OF TYPE II1 AND HIERARCHY OF PLANCK CONSTANTS
||Evolution of Ideas about Hyper-finite Factors in TGD||Does TGD Predict the Spectrum of Planck Constants?||
PART IV: APPLICATIONS
||Cosmology and Astrophysics in Many-Sheeted Space-Time ||Overall View about TGD from Particle Physics Perspective||Particle Massivation in TGD Universe||New Physics Predicted by TGD||
||Appendix||



Introduction

  1. Basic ideas of TGD

    1. TGD as a Poincare invariant theory of gravitation

    2. TGD as a generalization of the hadronic string model

    3. Fusion of the two approaches via a generalization of the space-time concept

  2. The five threads in the development of quantum TGD

    1. Quantum TGD as configuration space spinor geometry

    2. p-Adic TGD

    3. TGD as a generalization of physics to a theory consciousness

    4. TGD as a generalized number theory

    5. Dynamical quantized Planck constant and dark matter hierarchy

  3. The contents of the book

    1. PART I: General Overview

    2. PART II: Physics as Infinite-dimensional Geometry and Generalized Number Theory: Basic Visions

    3. PART III: HYPERFINITE FACTORS OF TYPE II1 AND HIERARCHY OF PLANCK CONSTANTS

    4. PART V: Applications



PART I: GENERAL OVERVIEW



HomeAbstract

    Why TGD and What TGD is?

  1. Introduction

    1. Why TGD?

    2. How could TGD help?

    3. Two basic visions about TGD

    4. Guidelines in the construction of TGD

  2. The great narrative of standard physics

    1. Philosophy

    2. Classical physics

    3. Quantum physics

    4. Summary of the problems in nutshell

  3. Could TGD provide a way out of the dead end?

    1. What new ontology and epistemology TGD brings in?

    2. Space-time as 4-surface

    3. The hierarchy of Planck constants

    4. p-Adic physics and number theoretic universality

    5. Zero energy ontology

  4. Different visions about TGD as mathematical theory

    1. Quantum TGD as spinor geometry of World of Classical Worlds

    2. TGD as a generalized number theory

  5. Guiding Principles

    1. Physics is unique from the mathematical existence of WCW

    2. Number theoretical Universality

    3. Symmetries

    4. Quantum classical correspondence

    5. Quantum criticality

    6. The notion of finite measurement resolution

    7. Weak form of electric magnetic duality

    8. TGD as almost topological QFT

    9. Three reasons for the localization of spinor fields at string world sheets



HomeAbstract

    Topological Geometrodynamics: Three Visions

  1. Introduction

  2. Quantum physics as infinite-dimensional geometry

    1. World of the classical worlds as the arena of quantum physics

    2. Geometrization of fermionic statistics in terms of configuration space spinor structure

    3. Construction of the configuration space Clifford algebra in terms of second quantized induced spinor fields

    4. Zero energy ontology and WCW geometry

    5. Hierarchy of Planck constants and WCW geometry

    6. Hyper-finite factors and the notion of measurement resolution

    7. Twistor revolution and TGD

  3. Physics as a generalized number theory

    1. Fusion of real and p-adic physics to a coherent whole

    2. Classical number fields and associativity and commutativity as fundamental law of physics

    3. Infinite primes and quantum physics

  4. Physics as extension of quantum measurement theory to a theory of consciousness

    1. Quantum jump as moment of consciousness

    2. Negentropy Maximization Principle and the notion of self

    3. Life as islands of rational/algebraic numbers in the seas of real and p-adic continua?

    4. Two times

    5. General view about psychological time and intentionality



HomeAbstract

    TGD Inspired Theory of Consciousness

  1. Introduction

    1. Quantum jump as moment of consciousness and the notion of self

    2. Sharing and fusion of mental images

    3. Qualia

    4. Self-referentiality of consciousness

    5. Hierarchy of Planck constants and consciousness

    6. Zero energy ontology and consciousness

  2. Negentropy Maximization Principle

    1. Basic form of NMP

    2. Number theoretic Shannon entropy as information

    3. Life as islands of rational/algebraic numbers in the seas of real and p-adic continua?

    4. Hyper-finite factors of type II1 and NMP

  3. Time, memory, and realization of intentional action

    1. Two times

    2. About the arrow of psychological time

    3. Questions related to the notion of self

    4. Do declarative memories and intentional action involve communications with geometric past?

    5. Episodal memories as time-like entanglement

  4. Cognition and intentionality

    1. Fermions and Boolean cognition

    2. Fuzzy logic, quantum groups, and Jones inclusions

    3. p-Adic physics as physics of cognition and intentionality

    4. Algebraic Brahman=Atman identity

  5. Quantum information processing in living matter

    1. Magnetic body as intentional agent and experiencer

    2. Summary about the possible role of the magnetic body in living matter

    3. Brain and consciousness



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    TGD and M-Theory

  1. Introduction

    1. From hadronic string model to M-theory

    2. Evolution of TGD very briefly

  2. A summary about the evolution of TGD

    1. Space-times as 4-surfaces

    2. Uniqueness of the imbedding space from the requirement of infinite-dimensional K\"ahler geometric existence

    3. TGD inspired theory of consciousness

    4. Number theoretic vision

    5. Hierachy of Planck constants and dark matter

    6. Von Neumann algebras and TGD

  3. Quantum TGD in nutshell

    1. Basic physical and geometric ideas

    2. The notions of imbedding space, 3-surface, and configuration space

    3. Could the Universe be doing Yangian arithmetics?

  4. Can one apply Occam's razor as a general purpose debunking argument to TGD?

    1. WCW level: a generalization of Einstein's geometrization program to entire quantum physics

    2. Space-time level: many-sheeted space-time and emergence of classical fields and GRT space-time

    3. Imbedding space level

  5. Victories of M-theory from TGD view point

    1. Super-conformal symmetries of string theory

    2. Dualities of string theories

    3. Dualities and conformal symmetries in TGD framework

    4. Number theoretic compactification and $M^8-H$ duality

    5. Black hole physics

    6. WCW gamma matrices as hyper-octonionic conformal fields?

    7. Zero energy ontology and Witten's approach to 3-D quantum gravitation

  6. What went wrong with string models?

    1. Problems of M-theory

    2. Mouse as a tailor

    3. The dogma of reductionism

    4. The loosely defined M

    5. What went wrong with symmetries?

    6. Los Alamos, M-theory, and TGD

  7. K-theory, branes, and TGD

    1. Brane world scenario

    2. The basic challenge: classify the conserved brane charges associated with branes

    3. Problems

    4. What could go wrong with super string theory and how TGD circumvents the problems?

    5. Can one identify the counterparts of R-R and NS-NS fields in TGD?

    6. What about counterparts of $S$ and $U$ dualities in TGD framework?

    7. Could one divide bundles?



HomeAbstract

    Can one apply Occam's razor as a general purpose debunking argument to TGD?

  1. Introduction

  2. Simplicity at various levels

    1. WCW level: a generalization of Einstein's geometrization program to entire quantum physics

    2. Space-time level: many-sheeted space-time and emergence of classical fields and GRT space-time

    3. Imbedding space level

  3. Some questions about TGD

    1. In what aspects TGD extends other theory/theories of physics?

    2. In what sense TGD is simplification/extension of existing theory?

    3. What is the hypothetical applicability of the extension - in energies, sizes, masses etc?

    4. What is the leading correction/contribution to physical effects due to TGD onto particles, interactions, gravitation, cosmology?



PART II: PHYSICS AS INFINITE-DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY and GENERALIZED NUMBER THEORY



HomeAbstract

    The geometry of the world of the classical worlds

  1. The quantum states of Universe as modes of classical spinor field in the "world of classical worlds"

    1. Definition of Kähler function

    2. Configuration space metric from symmetries

    3. What principle selects the preferred extremals?

  2. How to generalize the construction of configuration space geometry to take into account the classical non-determinism?

    1. Quantum holography in the sense of quantum gravity theories

    2. How the classical determinism fails in TGD?

    3. The notions of imbedding space, 3-surface, and configuration space

    4. The treatment of non-determinism of Kähler action in zero energy ontology

    5. Category theory and configuration space geometry

  3. Constraints on the configuration space geometry

    1. Configuration space as "the world of classical worlds"

    2. Diff4 invariance and Diff4 degeneracy

    3. Decomposition of the configuration space into a union of symmetric spaces G/H

  4. Identification of Kähler function

    1. Definition of Kähler function

    2. Minkowski space or its future light cone?

    3. The values of Kähler coupling strength

    4. Absolute minimization or something else?

    5. How to identify the preferred extremals of Kähler action?

  5. Construction of the WCW geometry from symmetry principles

    1. General Coordinate Invariance and generalized quantum gravitational holography

    2. Light like 3-D causal determinants and effective 2-dimensionality

    3. Magic properties of light cone boundary and isometries of configuration space

    4. Symplectic transformations of δM42 as isometries of WCW

    5. Symmetric space property reduces to conformal and symplectic invariance

    6. Attempts to identify WCW Hamiltonians

    7. General expressions for the symplectic and Kähler forms

  6. Ricci flatness and divergence cancellation

    1. Inner product from divergence cancellation

    2. Why Ricci flatness

    3. Ricci flatness and Hyper Kähler property

    4. The conditions guaranteing Ricci flatness

    5. Is configuration space metric Hyper Kähler?

  7. Does modified Dirac action define the fundamental action principle?

    1. What are the basic equations of quantum TGD?

    2. Quantum criticality and modified Diract action

    3. Handful of problems with common resolutionK

  8. Representations for the configuration space γ matrices in terms of super-symplectic charges at light cone boundary

    1. Magnetic flux representation of the super-symplectic algebra

    2. Quantization of the modified Dirac action and configuration space geometry

    3. Expressions for super-symplectic generators in finite measurement resolution

    4. Configuration space geometry and the hierarchy of inclusions of hyper-finite factors of type II1 generators in finite measurement resolution

  9. How to define Dirac determinant?

    1. General physical picture

    2. General vision about how the eigenmodes of DK can code information about preferred extremal

    3. Dirac determinant as a product of eigenvalues of DK,3

  10. How to define Feynman diagrams?

    1. Questions

    2. Generalized Feynman diagrams at fermionic and momentum space level

    3. How to define integration and p-adic Fourier analysis and p-adic counterparts of geometric objects?

    4. Harmonic analysis in WCW as a manner to calculate WCW functional integrals



HomeAbstract

    Classical TGD

  1. Introduction

    1. In what sense field equations could mimic dissipative dynamics?

    2. The dimension of CP2 projection as a classified for the fundamental phases of matter

    3. Basic extremals of Kähler action

    4. Weak form of electric magnetic duality and modification of Kähler action

  2. General considerations

    1. Number theoretical compactification and M8-H duality

    2. The exponent of Kähler function as Dirac determinant for the modified Dirac action

    3. Preferred extremal property as classical correlate for quantum criticality, holography, and quantum classical correspondence

    4. Can one determine experimentally the shape of the space-time surface?

  3. General view about field equations

    1. Field equations

    2. Could Lorentz force vanish identically for all extremals/absolute minima of Kähler action?

    3. Topologization of the Kähler current as a solution to the generalized Beltrami condition

    4. How to satisfy field equations?

    5. D=3 phase allows infinite number of topological charges characterizing the linking of magnetic field lines

    6. Preferred extremal property and the topologization/light-likeness of Kähler current?

    7. Generalized Beltrami fields and biological systems

    8. About small perturbations of field equations

  4. Vacuum extremals

    1. CP2 type extremals

    2. Vacuum extremals with vanishing induced Kähler field

  5. Non-vacuum extremals

    1. Cosmic strings

    2. Massless extremals

    3. Does GRT really allow gravitons

    4. Generalization of the solution ansatz defining massless extremals

    5. Maxwell phase

    6. Stationary, spherically symmetric extremals

    7. Maxwell hydrodynamics as a toy model for TGD

  6. Weak form of electric-magnetic duality and its implications

    1. Could a weak form of electric-magnetic duality hold true?

    2. Magnetic confinement, the short range of weak forces, and color confinement

    3. Could Quantum TGD reduce to almost topological QFT?

    4. Hydrodynamical picture in the fermionic sector

  7. How to define Dirac determinant?

    1. Dirac determinant when the number of eigenvalues is infinite

    2. Hyper-octonionic primes

    3. The three basic options for the pseudo-momentum spectrum



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    Physics as a generalized number theory

  1. Introduction

    1. p-Adic physics and unification of real and p-adic physics

    2. TGD and classical number fields

    3. Infinite primes

    4. p-Adic fusion and fusion of real and p-adic physics to a single coherent whole

  2. p-Adic physics and the fusion of real and p-adic physics to a single coherent whole

    1. Background

    2. Summary of the basic physical ideas

    3. p-Adic numbers

    4. What is the correspondence between p-adic and real numbers?

    5. p-Adic variants of the basic mathematical structures relevant to physics

    6. Quantum physics in the intersection of p-adic and real worlds

  3. TGD and classical number fields

    1. Quaternion and octonion structures and their hyper counterparts

    2. Quaternions, octonions, and modified Dirac equation

    3. Number theoretical compactification and M8-H duality

  4. Octo-twistors and twistor space

    1. Two manners to twistorialize imbedding space

    2. Octotwistorialization of M8

    3. Octonionicity, SO(1,7), G2, and non-associative Malcev group

    4. Octonionic spinors in M8 and real complexified-quaternionic spinors in H?

    5. What the replacement of SO(7,1) sigma matrices with octonionic sigma matrices could mean?

    6. Could octonion-analyticity solve the field equations?

  5. Infinite primes

    1. Basic ideas

    2. Infinite primes, integers, and rationals

    3. Can one generalize the notion of infinite prime to the non-commutative and non-associative context?

    4. How to interpret the infinite hierarchy of infinite primes?

    5. How infinite primes could correspond to quantum states and space-time surfaces?



Home Abstract

    Unified Number Theoretical Vision

  1. Number theoretic compactification and M8-H duality

    1. Basic idea behind M8-M4× CP2 duality

    2. Hyper-octonionic Pauli "matrices" and the definition of associativity

    3. Are Kähler and spinor structures necessary in M8?

    4. How could one solve associativity/co-associativity conditions?

    5. Quaternionicity at the level of imbedding space quantum numbers

    6. Questions

    7. Summary

  2. Octo-twistors and twistor space

    1. Two manners to twistorialize imbedding space

    2. Octotwistorialization of M8

    3. Octonionicity, SO(1,7), G2, and non-associative Malcev group

    4. Octonionic spinors in M8 and real complexified-quaternionic spinors in H?

    5. What the replacement of SO(7,1) sigma matrices with octonionic sigma matrices could mean?

  3. Abelian class field theory and TGD

    1. Adeles and ideles

    2. Questions about adeles, ideles and quantum TGD



PART III: HYPERFINITE FACTORS OF TYPE II1 AND HIERARCHY OF PLANCK CONSTANTS



HomeAbstract

    Evolution of Ideas about Hyper-finite Factors in TGD

  1. Introduction

    1. Hyper-finite factors in quantum TGD

    2. Hyper-finite factors and M-matrix

    3. Connes tensor product as a realization of finite measurement resolution

    4. Concrete realization of the inclusion hierarchies

    5. Quantum spinors and fuzzy quantum mechanics

  2. A vision about the role of HFFs in TGD

    1. Basic facts about factors

    2. Factors in quantum field theory and thermodynamics

    3. TGD and factors

    4. Can one identify M-matrix from physical arguments?

    5. Finite measurement resolution and HFFs

    6. Questions about quantum measurement theory in zero energy ontology

    7. Discretization and quantum group description as different aspects of finite measurement resolution

    8. How could p-adic coupling constant evolution and p-adic length scale hypothesis emerge from quantum TGD proper?

    9. Planar algebras and generalized Feynman diagrams

    10. Miscellaneous

  3. Fresh view about hyper-finite factors in TGD framework

    1. Crystals, quasicrystals, non-commutativity and inclusions of hyperfinite factors of type $II_1$

    2. HFFs and their inclusions in TGD framework

    3. Little Appendix: Comparison of WCW spinor fields with ordinary second quantized spinor fields

  4. Analogs of quantum matrix groups from finite measurement resolution?

    1. Well-definedness of the eigenvalue problem as constraints to quantum matrices

    2. The relationship to quantum groups and and quantum Lie algebras

    3. About applications

  5. Jones inclusions and cognitive consciousness

    1. Does one have a hierarchy of U- and M-matrices?

    2. Feynman diagrams as higher level particles and their scattering as dynamics of self consciousness

    3. Logic, beliefs, and spinor fields in the world of classical worlds

    4. Jones inclusions for hyperfinite factors of type II1 as a model for symbolic and cognitive representations

    5. Intentional comparison of beliefs by topological quantum computation?

    6. The stability of fuzzy qbits and quantum computation

    7. Fuzzy quantum logic and possible anomalies in the experimental data for the EPR-Bohm experiment

    8. Category theoretic formulation for quantum measurement theory with finite measurement resolution?



HomeAbstract

    Does TGD Predict Spectrum of Planck Constants?

  1. Introduction

    1. The evolution of mathematical ideas

    2. The evolution of physical ideas

    3. Brief summary about the generalization of the imbedding space concept

  2. Experimental input

    1. Hints for the existence of large hbar phases

    2. Quantum coherent dark matter and hbar

    3. The phase transition changing the value of Planck constant as a transition to non-perturbative phase

  3. A generalization of the notion of imbedding space as a realization of the hierarchy of Planck constants

    1. Basic ideas

    2. The vision

    3. Hierarchy of Planck constants and the generalization of the notion of imbedding space

  4. Updated view about the hierarchy of Planck constants

    1. Basic physical ideas

    2. Space-time correlates for the hierarchy of Planck constants

    3. Basic phenomenological rules of thumb in the new framework

    4. Charge fractionalization and anyons

    5. What about the relationship of gravitational Planck constant to ordinary Planck constant?

    6. Negentropic entanglement between branches of multi-furcations

    7. Dark variants of nuclear and atomic physics

    8. How the effective hierarchy of Planck constants could reveal itself in condensed matter physics?

    9. Summary

  5. Vision about dark matter as phases with non-standard value of Planck constant

    1. Dark rules

    2. Phase transitions changing Planck constant

    3. Coupling constant evolution and hierarchy of Planck constants

  6. Some applications

    1. A simple model of fractional quantum Hall effect

    2. Gravitational Bohr orbitology

    3. Accelerating periods of cosmic expansion as phase transitions increasing the value of Planck constant

    4. Phase transition changing Planck constant and expanding Earth theory

    5. Allais effect as evidence for large values of gravitational Planck constant?

    6. Applications to elementary particle physics, nuclear physics, and condensed matter physics

    7. Applications to biology and neuroscience

  7. Updated view about the hierarchy of Planck constants

    1. Basic physical ideas

    2. Space-time correlates for the hierarchy of Planck constants

    3. Basic phenomenological rules of thumb in the new framework

    4. Charge fractionalization and anyons

    5. Negentropic entanglement between branches of multi-furcations

    6. Dark variants of nuclear and atomic physics

    7. Summary

  8. Appendix

    1. About inclusions of hyper-finite factors of type II1

    2. Generalization from SU(2) to arbitrary compact group



PART IV: APPLICATIONS



HomeAbstract

    Cosmology and Astrophysics in Many-Sheeted Space-Time

  1. Introduction

    1. Does Equivalence Principle hold true in TGD Universe?

    2. Zero energy ontology

    3. Dark matter hierarchy and hierarchy of Planck constants

    4. Many-sheeted cosmology

    5. Cosmic strings

  2. Basic principles of General Relativity from TGD point of view

    1. General Coordinate Invariance

    2. Equivalence Principle

    3. The basic objection against TGD

  3. TGD inspired cosmology

    1. Robertson-Walker cosmologies

    2. Free cosmic strings

    3. Cosmic strings and cosmology

    4. Thermodynamical considerations

    5. Mechanism of accelerated expansion in TGD Universe

  4. Microscopic description of black-holes in TGD Universe

    1. Super-symplectic bosons

    2. Are ordinary black-holes replaced with super-symplectic black-holes in TGD Universe?

    3. Anyonic view about blackholes

  5. A quantum model for the formation of astrophysical structures and dark matter?

    1. TGD prediction for the parameter v0

    2. Model for planetary orbits without v0→ v0/5 scaling

    3. The interpretation of hbargr and pre-planetary period

    4. Inclinations for the planetary orbits and the quantum evolution of the planetary system

    5. Eccentricities and comets

    6. Why the quantum coherent dark matter is not visible?

    7. Quantum interpretation of gravitational Schrödinger equation

    8. How do the magnetic flux tube structures and quantum gravitational bound states relate?

    9. p-Adic length scale hypothesis and v0→ v0/5 transition at inner-outer border for planetary system

    10. About the interpretation of the parameter v0

  6. Some examples about gravitational anomalies in TGD Universe

    1. SN1987A and many-sheeted space-time

    2. Pioneer and Flyby anomalies for almost decade later

    3. Further progress in the understanding of dark matter and energy in TGD framework

    4. Variation of Newston's constant and of length of day



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    Overall View about TGD from Particle Physics Perspective

  1. Introduction

  2. Some aspects of quantum TGD

    1. New space-time concept

    2. Zero energy ontology

    3. The hierarchy of Planck constants

    4. p-Adic physics and number theoretic universality

  3. Symmetries of quantum TGD

    1. General Coordinate Invariance

    2. Generalized conformal symmetries

    3. Equivalence Principle and super-conformal symmetries

    4. Extension to super-conformal symmetries

    5. Space-time supersymmetry in TGD Universe

    6. Twistorial approach, Yangian symmetry, and generalized Feynman diagrams

  4. Weak form electric-magnetic duality

    1. Could a weak form of electric-magnetic duality hold true?

    2. Magnetic confinement, the short range of weak forces, and color confinement

  5. Quantum TGD very briefly

    1. Physics as infinite-dimensional geometry

    2. Physics as generalized number theory

    3. Questions

    4. Three Dirac operators and their interpretation

  6. The role of twistors in quantum TGD

    1. Could the Grassmannian program be realized in TGD framework?

    2. Could TGD alllow formulation in terms of twistors

  7. Finiteness of generalized Feynman diagrams zero energy ontology

    1. Virtual particles as pairs of on mass shell particles in ZEO

    2. Loop integrals are manifestly finite

    3. Taking into account magnetic confinement



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    Particle Massivation in TGD Universe

  1. Introduction

    1. Physical states as representations of super-symplectic and Super Kac-Moody algebras

    2. Particle massivation

    3. What next?

  2. Identification of elementary particles

    1. Partons as wormhole throats and particles as bound states of wormhole contacts

    2. Family replication phenomenon topologically

    3. Critizing the view about elementary particles

    4. Basic facts about Riemann surfaces

    5. Elementary particle vacuum functionals

    6. Explanations for the absence of the g>2 elementary particles from spectrum

  3. Non-topological contributions to particle masses from p-adic thermodynamics

    1. Partition functions are not changed

    2. Fundamental length and mass scales

    3. Spectrum of elementary particles

  4. Modular contribution to the mass squared

    1. Conformal symmetries and modular invariance /p>

    2. The physical origin of the genus dependent contribution to the mass squared

    3. Generalization of Θ functions and quantization of p-adic moduli

    4. The calculation of the modular contribution Δh to the conformal weight

  5. General mass formulas for thermodynamical contributions

    1. General mass squared formula

    2. Color contribution to the mass squared

    3. Modular contribution to the mass of elementary particle

    4. Thermal contribution to the mass squared

    5. The contribution from the deviation of ground state conformal weight from negative integer

    6. General mass formula for Ramond representations

    7. General mass formulas for NS representations

    8. Primary condensation levels from p-adic length scale hypothesis

  6. Fermion masses

    1. Charged lepton mass ratios

    2. Neutrino masses

    3. Quark masses

  7. About the microscopic description of gauge boson massivation

    1. Can p-adic thermodynamics explain the masses of intermediate gauge bosons?

    2. The counterpart of Higgs vacuum expectation value in TGD

    3. Elementary particles in ZEO

    4. Virtual and real particles and gauge conditions in ZEO

    5. The role of string world sheets and magnetic flux tubes in massivation

    6. Weak Regge trajectories

  8. Calculation of hadron masses and topological mixing of quarks

    1. Topological mixing of quarks

    2. Higgsy contribution to fermion masses is negligible

    3. The p-adic length scale of quark is dynamical

    4. Super-symplectic bosons at hadronic space-time sheet can explain the constant contribution to baryonic masses

    5. Description of color magnetic spin-spin splitting in terms of conformal weight



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    New Physics Predicted by TGD

    1. Introduction

      1. New view about particles

      2. New view about family replication phenomenon

      3. New view about space-time supersymmetry

      4. New view about color quantum numbers

      5. Fractal hierarchy of copies of weak and hadronic physics

    2. Scaled variants of quarks and leptons

      1. Are scaled up variants of quarks there?

      2. Could neutrinos appear in several p-adic mass scales?

    3. Family replication phenomenon and super-symmetry

      1. Family replication phenomenon for bosons

      2. Masses of super partners and first rumors about supersymmetric partners from LHC

    4. New hadron physics

      1. Leptohadron physics

      2. Evidence for TGD view about quark gluon plasma

      3. New view about space-time and particles and Lamb shift anomaly of muonium

      4. Dark nucleons and genetic code

    5. Cosmic rays and Mersenne primes

      1. Mersenne primes and mass scales

      2. Cosmic strings and cosmic rays

      3. Centauro type events, Cygnus X-3 and M89 hadrons

      4. TGD based explanation of the exotic events

      5. Cosmic ray spectrum and exotic hadrons

      6. Ultrahigh energy cosmic rays as super-symplectic quanta?



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    Appendix

  1. Basic properties of CP2

    1. CP2 as a manifold

    2. Metric and Kähler structures of CP2

    3. Spinors in CP2

    4. Geodesic sub-manifolds of CP2

  2. CP2 geometry and standard model symmetries

    1. Identification of the electro-weak couplings

    2. Discrete symmetries

  3. Basic facts about induced gauge fields

    1. Induced gauge fields for space-times for which CP2 projection is a geodesic sphere

    2. Space-time surfaces with vanishing em, Z0, or Kähler fields

  4. p-Adic numbers and TGD

    1. p-Adic number fields

    2. Canonical correspondence between p-adic and real numbers



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