To a table top near you.
The force is strong with this one.
I’m not quite sure how to work the gravitoelectromagnetism in there. It will obviously have to be engineered in 4 dimensions in a non-time-reversal symmetric environment, but certainly the axion production and the Higgs mechanism can be simulated with Dirac, Weyl and Majorana fermions and domain walls. A wide variety of bosons are also readily available for this effort.
I have summarized the literature back through several blog pages now, so I won’t repeat that. The obvious place to start now is a survey of the subject of gravitoelectromagnetism itself.
There is a wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitoelectromagnetism
There is a relatively modern chapter publication on the subject.
Gravitoelectromagnetism: A Brief Review, Bahram Mashhoon, Published as the third chapter of The Measurement of Gravitomagnetism: A Challenging Enterprise, edited by L. Iorio (Nova Science, New York, 2007), pp. 29-39 (17 April 2008)
The main theoretical aspects of gravitoelectromagnetism (“GEM”) are presented. Two basic approaches to this subject are described and the role of the gravitational Larmor theorem is emphasized. Some of the consequences of GEM are briefly mentioned.
And finally there is a recent and moderately well informed blog post with some fairly vigorous comment discussion prominently featuring the previously mentioned accounts of this subject.
I myself find this approach appealing.
Sedeonic Equations of Gravitoelectromagnetism, V. Mironov and S. Mironov, Sedeonic Equations of Gravitoelectromagnetism, Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 917-927 (June 2014), doi:10.4236/jmp.2014.510095
In present paper we develop the description of massless fields on the basis of space-time algebra of sixteen-component sedeons. The generalized sedeonic second-order equation for unified gravito-electromagnetic (GE) field describing simultaneously weak gravity and electromagnetism is proposed. The relations for the GE field energy, momentum and Lorentz invariants are derived. The special case of GE field described by first-order sedeonic wave equation is also discussed.
Also on the ArXiv is a different version with an additional author.
Sedeonic theory of massless fields, V. L. Mironov, S. V. Mironov, S. A. Korolev (26 June 2012)
In present paper we develop the description of massless fields on the basis of space-time algebra of sixteen-component sedeons. The generalized sedeonic second-order equation for unified gravitoelectromagnetic (GE) field describing simultaneously gravity and electromagnetism is proposed. The second-order relations for the GE field energy, momentum and Lorentz invariants are derived. We consider also the generalized sedeonic first-order equation for the massless neutrino field. The second-order relations for the neutrino potentials analogues to the Pointing theorem and Lorentz invariant relations in gravitoelectromagnetism are also derived.
In fact, there is a whole bunch of this stuff, starting here.
Sedeonic generalization of relativistic quantum mechanics, Victor L. Mironov and Sergey V. Mironov, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 24, 6237 (15 September 2009) DOI:10.1142/S0217751X09047739
We represent sixteen-component values “sedeons,” generating associative noncommutative space–time algebra. We demonstrate a generalization of relativistic quantum mechanics using sedeonic wave functions and sedeonic space–time operators. It is shown that the sedeonic second-order equation for the sedeonic wave function, obtained from the Einstein relation for energy and momentum, describes particles with spin 1/2. We showed that the sedeonic second-order wave equation can be reformulated in the form of the system of the first-order Maxwell-like equations for the massive fields. We proposed the sedeonic first-order equations analogous to the Dirac equation, which differ in space–time properties and describe several types of massive and massless particles. In particular we proposed four different equations, which could describe four types of neutrinos.
You can follow the cites, yes, it appears people are citing this.
And yes, this is the breakthrough I am pursuing.
There is deeper meaning here.
Not sedeons, specifically.
Update: And finally, searching through the literature in a superficial manner, I ran across a now defunct online journal called Apeiron, filled with interesting and slightly odd articles that reminded me of a cosmology oriented ‘Speculations in Science and Technology‘, only edited much better. (It’s too bad Akhlesh Lakhtakia and Penn State couldn’t straighten it out, but at least they tried.)
And who did I find writing in there but Robert J. Buenker himself. It’s a small universe.
That’s too bad, because this would fit right in.
Update 2: I had a completely different idea in mind when I invented Quantum Astrophysics.
This was completely … unexpected.