Wow, Thank you Doug!! I'll drop you a note. I'm SO excited!!!
Yes, well, if this theory is correct, there wouldn't be any "anti-gravity" field because that would require "negative information," which isn't logical. There would only be absence of information (no gravity) and presence of information transfer (gravity).
Yes, I don't actually think that anything is ever a "particle" but that was too complex to explain on a short video.
In fact, I believe that what we think of as "particles" are actually just "interactions" where an information exchange occurs. It explains the weird particle/wave duality away. "Particles" are just places where waves happen to have a localized interaction - nothing more, nothing less. I hope that makes sense, but maybe I should make another video to explain.
Thanks for the comment (and sorry for delayed response) - I'm actually really happy about the whole thing. This gives me more time to help other people, and will allow me to continue my research at a smaller institution at the same time.
I really appreciate your support!
I have thought about papers, but I was using another reference manager software and didn't want to throw a wrench in the works (too much going on). But in the future I'll probably switch over to papers. Looks awesome. Thanks!
The other application is Omnifocus. It's software available on both the Mac and the iPhone/iPod/iPad, designed for the "Getting Things Done" methodology. I've also become interested in Nozbe recently as an alternative. I'll put up a blog post on my website with links to each of these in case you want a shortcut.