# Bulletin of the American Physical Society

# APS March Meeting 2022

## Volume 67, Number 3

## Monday–Friday, March 14–18, 2022; Chicago

### Session T66: Frontiers in Fundamental Physics I

11:30 AM–2:18 PM,
Thursday, March 17, 2022

Room: Hyatt Regency Hotel -Grant Park D

Chair: David Singh, University of Missouri

### Abstract: T66.00010 : Lorentz transformations and Clifford algebra as real and imaginary components respectively of δ(δz+δzδz)=0

1:18 PM–1:30 PM

#### Presenter:

Joel D Maker

(MTSI)

#### Author:

Joel D Maker

(MTSI)

^{2}equation to create his linear equation. In contrast here we get

*both*special relativity and the Clifford algebra from the single equation δ(δz+δzδz)=0 since it splits into the real component Minkowski metric (Lorentz transformations) and imaginary component Clifford algebra. But it also gives 4D and the operator formalism and so first derivatives. We thereby get the Dirac equations for the electron e and neutrino

*v*. In addition in this formulation the e,

*v*composite is the Standard electroweak Model and the 3e composite gives the rest of particle physics.

Also postulate of 1 implies min(z-zz) which implies z=zz+C (and δC=0 and δ(δz+δzδz)=0 using z=1+δz). Then plug the left side z into the right side zz and thereby start a sequence of Lemniscates whose limit is the Fiegenbaum point and thereby get GR. So from postulate of 1 (and resulting δ(δz+δzδz)=0) we have found a far more rigorous derivation of the Dirac equation and also a simple origin to physics.

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