This webpage is a summary page, an aggregation point for articles and resources to begin to grasp the *Standard Model* for Particle Physics, the *Standard Model* for Cosmology (ΛCDM Model), and current research that engage *physics beyond these Standard Models. *Also, the work of people like Robert Langlands and Edward Frenkel are considered as a possible conceptual starting point for a *Standard Model for mathematics.*

Within this website discussions about these Standard Models have been rather perfunctory:

• July 16, 2018: On being the arsenal of democracy in an age of algorithms

• July 8, 2018: 202 Doublings of the Planck Base Units

• February 18, 2018: Possibly the beginning of a new definition of the infinite

• November 28, 2017: A Standard Model of Mathematics… and Langlands Programs

• 2016: A mathematical, highly-integrated chart of the observable universe and more

Over time, more references from within this website will be added. References to others’ work will be added below.

**I. Standard Models for Particle Physics**: Consider Particle Physics. The theory describes three of the four known fundamental forces (the electromagnetic, weak, and strong interactions. It does not include the gravitational force.

Much more to come…

**II. Standard Model for Cosmology (ΛCDM Model or Lambda-CDM model)**

Much more to come…

**III. Physics beyond the Standard Model**

**Much more to come:**

Key Chart from Wilczek-Aquire-Reese-Tegmark, 11 January 2006

Key chart from David Gross: The Quantum Structure of Space and Time: 23rd Solvay Conference, 2005