A basic classification of the universe can be derived from the Ideal Gas equation;

P*V = k*N*T

where k is the Boltzmann constant. It is one of the most fundamental constants of physics. The 4 thermodynamic variables can be mapped to the most universal categories of physics;

P: (Energy,Moomentum)

V: (Time, Spaace)

N: (Mass,Charge)

T: (Gravity,Boson)

Where;

Moomentum = (Momentum,Angular-Momentum,Spin)

Spaace = (Distance,Area,Volume)

Charge = (Electric,Weak,Strong)

Boson = (Light,Weak,Gluon)

The overall 4ness is reflected within each subcategory giving 4*4 = 16 subcategories. It is a mixture of (1,3) and (2,2) symmetries, inside and outside.

Where are the Higgs Boson, Dark Matter and Dark Energy? I think they are in k. They are the fields that the rest float on. They may even make a quartet, predicting another field;

(Higgs,?,DE,DM)

to make 5 categories and 20 subcategories in all.

Where are the Black Hole and the rest? I think they make another quartet;

(Atom,Planet,Star,Black-Hole)

Thus making 6 categories and 24 subcategories. I had a yarn before about the specialness of the number 6. 24 is also a very special number. It is one of John Baez's favorite numbers.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/6_(number)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/24_(number)

math.ucr.edu/home/baez/numbers/24.pdf

If all listed together in a certain order, the symmetry simplifies somehow;

(Higgs,?,DE,DM)

(Time, Distance,Area,Volume)

(Energy,Momentum,Angular-Momentum,Spin)

(Gravity,Light,Weak,Gluon)

(Mass,Electric,Weak,Strong)

(Atom,Planet,Star,Black-Hole)

There is deep symmetry to it with many aspects, each reflecting a mathematical property of 24, starting with the simple arithmetic ones like;

4*6 = 2*2*2*3 = 2*12 = 3*8

## Friday, October 19, 2012

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