Using a foundational sub-physical abstraction for quanta and interactions, our physicality is minimally sufficient, and has wide emergent coverage. Systems are self-generating, intrinsically background-free, and constitution-invariant.
Our deterministic mechanism for physicality has simple rules, from which other detail emerges:
Our mechanism implicitly includes gravitation and charge-based forces (weak, strong, electric), without explicitly formulating them into abstract dimensions. Likewise, quanta are not inherently ‘electric’, ‘magnetic’, nor ‘gravitational’; their observed effect depends on the context and attribution of quanta to their structured sources.
This report summarizes ongoing research and development since our 2012 foundation paper, including the emergent effects of a deterministic mechanism for fermion interactions: (1) the coherence of black holes and particles using a quantum chaotic model; (2) wide-scale (anti)matter prevalence from exclusion and weak interaction during the fermion reconstitution process; and (3) red-shift due to variations of vacuum energy density. We provide a context for Standard Model fields, and show how gravitation can be accountably unified in the same mechanism, but not as a unified field.