# CNPS Science Improvement Wiki

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Magnetism is really only concerned with the top spin level. The inner spins do complicate it a bit, but it is not a problem for the mechanics, just the math.

Each spin level is spinning around an axis, not the BPhoton except for the axial spin. You can talk about an individual spin level having a spin axis, but you can't talk about the whole particle having a spin axis except for the most basic of particles. If someone does say that a particle has a certain spin axis, then it must be the top level spin that they are talking about. To be strict, a spin level has a spin axis but a particle has many spin axes with all but one (the top) of those axes in motion themselves.

Nevyn

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I went ahead and included gravity in the list of essential elements of Miles' model. I included 4 alternative definitions. See http://forums.naturalphilosophy.org/forumdisplay.php?fid=82

I added a thread called "theory rating" where you can rate each essential element of his model, although you'd have to copy and paste the elements into your rating post.

I gave it this RATING: 21P, 13M, 1I
where P means high probability, M means medium probability, and I means improbability.

The I-ratings could show either what the reader didn't read or understand, or what the theorist needs to explain better. The M's could show that too, but the I's should presumably usually deserve highest priority of explaining better.

LloydK

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Would anyone like to comment on this?

On the CNPS forum I'm calling Miles' theory PUT, for Photonic Universe Theory. In this thread there
I'm saying the purpose is to prove PUT by proving the main parts of PUT, i.e.
1a. photon mass or mass equivalence;
2. stacked levels of photon spin & mass doubling with each additional spin level;
3. electrons & protons as high-level stacked-spin photons;
4. atoms, ions & molecules as spinning particles recycling photons in charge streams;
5. gravity as expansion, or expansion equivalence, or universal spin;
6. electricity as force-generating translational photon motion in charge streams;
7. magnetism as force-generating coherent spin motion of photons in magnetic fields;
8. heat as IR photons.

I started different threads to prove each of those parts and in each thread I listed the MM papers that I think might help most to prove each part. Here are the thread titles and links.

Prove photon stacked spins & doubling of mass & radius

Prove electrons & protons are high-level stacked-spin photons

Prove atoms are spinning particles recycling photons in charge streams

Prove gravity is expansion or universal spin

Prove electricity is force-generating translational photon motion in charge streams

Prove magnetism is force-generating coherent photon spin in magnetic fields

Prove heat is IR photons

LloydK

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Adding to my previous post, it looks like there's a 9th part of MM's theory to prove, i.e. errors in calculus and physics formulas.

LloydK

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