# GUTCP Review Completed, Webb Shows Predicted Big Bang Bust

We report Dr. Randy Booker, Professor of Physics, University of North Carolina, Asheville has completed the peer review^{1} of the entire Mills, Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics (GUTCP)^{2}, involving a five year effort. All the final derivations, computations, and comparisons with experimental observations were confirmed correct. Rather than assuming that the electron was a singularity, yet exists over all space simultaneously, the origins of Mills GUTCP was based on first seeking a physical solution of the electron by treating it as a source current for the absorption and emission of discrete electromagnetic waves, photons. This starting point revisits the stability of the atom to radiation.

In the atom such as the simplest one, hydrogen, the electron is constantly accelerating around the proton in an atomic orbit. Yet, classical physics requires that accelerating charges radiate energy, which would cause the electron to spiral into the nucleus in a fraction of a second. This seminal problem of the stability of the atom was one of the key obstacles that physicists faced early in the 20th century, and their inability to solve it led to the construction of quantum theory. Mills solved the structure of the electron using classical physical laws, such that electron orbits were stable to radiation. This allowed Mills to construct a new theory of atoms and molecules that was based entirely on classical physics that provides exact solutions for core phenomena and observables of chemistry and physics over the scale of quarks to cosmos, 85 orders of magnitude. These results confirm that it was a colossal mistake to assume that physical laws do not apply to the atomic scale, the founding postulate of quantum theory. The same is true on the cosmological scale regarding the quantum-fluctuation-singularity to Big Bang to inflation to dark-energy origin and evolution theories of the universe recently observationally disproved.

Physical laws such as those of mechanics (Newton-Lorentz) and those of electrodynamics (Maxwell) require that as matter converts into energy according to E=mc2, spacetime expands according to c3/(4PiG) wherein G is the Newtonian gravitational constant. The resulting dynamic behavior is a universe that oscillates between matter-filled and energy-filled with a period of one trillion years. In 1995, Mills published the GUTCP prediction^{3} that the expansion of the universe was accelerating from the same equations that correctly predicted the present Hubble constant and the mass of the top quark before they were measured as well as those of the other fundamental particles and cosmological parameters. To the astonishment of cosmologists, Mills acceleration prediction was confirmed by 2000. Moreover, Mills GUTCP value for the Hubble constant matches the present observed value which has created another crisis in astrophysics regarding cosmological models that inescapably predict an unacceptable fitted value of Hubble constant from other fitted terms. Mills made another prediction based on GUTCP that the identity of dark matter is Hydrino, a more stable allotrope of molecular hydrogen, now isolated and confirmed by 23 spectroscopic methods ^{4} ^{5} ^{6}. Furthermore, the recent unanticipated Webb telescope images confirm additional GUTCP predictions of fully formed galaxies and old galaxies at the beginning of the expansion of the universe that disprove the long held metaphysical Big Bang and related theories of cosmology.

- https://brilliantlightpower.com/theory/ Reviews by Dr. Randy Booker and Dr. Mark Nansteel.
- https://brilliantlightpower.com/book-download-and-streaming/
- R. L. Mills,
*The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Quantum Mechanics*, November 1995 Edition, Library of Congress Catalog Number 94-077780 Chp.22 ISBN number ISBN 0-9635171-1-2. - https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360319922022406
- https://brilliantlightpower.com/pdf/Hydrino_States_of_Hydrogen.pdf
- https://brilliantlightpower.com/pdf/Analytical_Presentation.pdf