PhD in Physics from University of California, Irvine, class of 1991. For my dissertation I explored the mathematical and computational physics of structures on a fractal support. So I am knowledgeable about scaling physics. I have a M.S. in physics from Ohio State University in experimental particle physics. I taught mostly physics at Azusa Pacific University. I taught physics and computer science at Central Washington University.
About 2015, becoming frustrated by not knowing what most of the mass and energy of the universe consisted of and recognizing the emerging problems in the Standard Model, I again looked at quantum field theory and general relativity.
I retired to southern California where there are more intellectual resources.
I became a member of Physics Forums last year and try to help with mathematical physics and foundations of physics questions.
My main interest for the last several years is unified field theory. All of the theories are of interest.
I spend my time now sharing my knowledge of physics and answering questions from young physicists. They are where much progress in understanding will come from. They have the time to think deeply about the universe.