Help to save the T-shirt industry! Help to save research in fundamental theoretical physics!

Since 1988 it is an official requirement that the unified description of motion – which journalists falsely call the "theory of everything" – must fit on a T-shirt. After waiting in vain for decades, the T-shirt industry got into trouble.

Finally, a T-shirt design has been published in peer-reviewed physics journals. The variation will follow soon. For ordering it, for more colours or cuts, for sweatshirts, hoodies, pillows and more, click on the images to open a new window.

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These 'ultimate' T-shirts show the essence of Dirac's trick with strands of Planck radius and the statement "... and there were motion and colours, black holes and particles, life and us all". The drawing and formulae specify the fundamental principle of the leading candidate for the unified description of motion called the strand tangle model. The strand tangle model, or strand conjecture, appears to contain general relativity, cosmology, quantum field theory and the standard model of particle physics, with all fundamental constants and without any modification. In particular, the strand tangle model solves the following issues of modern physics:

The detailed answers start from the fundamental principle and are given on the research page. Of the price for the 'ultimate' T-shirts, 5 Euro go to our non-profit association. The rest helps to save the T-shirt industry.

To help save research jobs in fundamental theoretical physics, which has not advanced for 50 years, please distribute this list of research topics with possible theses and papers for theoretical physicists. All are based on the unification approach of the T-shirts.
 

 

 

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Tacitus wrote: Deorum iniurias Diis curae. If you do not agree, please do not read further.

Some silly people have claimed that the T-shirt shown above is God's favourite T-shirt and that he likes to wear it in his free time. Of course, such a statement is not serious. Even Michelangelo, who, in the Sixtine Chapel, drew God in a most disrespectful pose, did not dare to draw him wearing a T-shirt. In fact, nobody has ever seen God wear a T-shirt. And does he have free time? This is a controversial issue. A more fashionable polo shirt is also available. But does God care about fashion? And so far, no one has seen him playing polo. It is also questionable whether God speaks English. He surely understands it, but no trustworthy person has ever heard him using the language. Finally, God rarely advertizes the Motion Mountain project, as he does, instead, for Fiat and for the Vatican. That is a pity, as this would definitely help to get more donations. On the other hand, God is surely proud of having created everything – including light, space, particles, people and soap – using just one strand and its crossing switches.