This paper solves the centuries old free will problem. Yes, it really does. For decades the debate has raged about how to explain indeterminism in our decision making. This paper demolishes the myth that our free will has anything to do with indeterminism - there is no evidence and never could be. Sadly no role for quantum theory.That still leaves the challenge of explaining the free will that we perceive. This is achieved with a standard goal seeking agent model with "independence" as a goal satisfied when the agent responds to "challenges" and changes its behaviour.
The equations of electrodynamics are derived from the twisting and turning of the time direction. In many ways it follows some of the old Kaluza Klein work, but in my view it goes further than any other work in giving an origin to electromagnetism and unifying it with general relativity. Although primarily a classical result, the time reversing structures have close links with quantum theory.
Accepted by International Journal of Theoretical Physics (6 March 2017) doi: 10.1007/s10773-017-3344-4
The asymmetric Kerr metric as a source of CP violation
The symmetric theory of general relativity confronts the experimental evidence for Parity and CP violation.
Europhysics Letters. 95 2100 3(2011) doi: 10.1209/0295-5075/95/21003
Warwick Press Release
My doctoral thesis gives an explanation for the origin of quantum phenomena in terms of the classical theory of general relativity.
The Logic of Quantum Mechanics Derived From Classical General Relativity
Foundations of Physics Letters Vol 10, No.1, (1997) 43-60. To understand the significance of this paper read my brief explanation.
Topology change and context dependence
International Journal of Theoretical Physics Vol. 38 (1999) 1481-1492
Charge and the topology of spacetime
Authors: Tammo Diemer and Mark J Hadley. Class. Quantum Grav. 16 No 11 (November 1999) 3567-3577
Spin half in classical general relativity
Class. Quantum Grav. 17 No 20 (21 October 2000) 4187-4194
The orientability of spacetime
Class. Quantum Grav. 19 (August 2002) 4565-4571