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Einstein's Most Important Discovery
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Einstein's most important discovery was not E=mc2 or relativity. It was what he discovered even later!
In 1954, about a year before he died, Einstein wrote, "I consider it quite possible that physics cannot be based on the field concept, i.e., on continuous structures. In that case, nothing remains of my entire castle in the air, gravitation theory included, [and of] the rest of modern physics."
Einstein, back then, was telling us that this whole concept of fields, while being of immense importance if held within strict and narrow parameters, was probably absolutely worthless when trying to figure out this entire universe.
What is so amazing is that almost no one listened to what Einstein said back then in 1954.
Scientists are still using the field concept today to try to figure out what really is going on in this universe of ours over 50 years after Einstein emphatically told them it most probably cannot be done.
As Einstein discovered when we use field concepts, we cannot see our universe as asimple utopian universe. We see it instead as a universe we cannot understand. We see it as a Dystopian Universe.
Not only have scientists wasted their time with the field concept - seeking to unify these invisible fields- but they have spent hundreds of millions, perhaps even billions, of dollars doing so.
What is crystal clear now, in this day and age, is that both space and these invisible forces come about because of the spin frequencies of these Spinning, Scalar, Standing Wave, Resonances that nature uses as building blocks to build our entire universe.
These SSSWRs were discovered, and mathematically proven, by
This can be seen clearly not by the field concept but by using SSSWRs and the Relative Motion Laws Ampere gave us in the early 1800s.
My estimate is that only a few thousand people on earth see this today.
And I would say that the people who know exactly why Ampere's Laws work so well for these SSSWRs are even fewer in number. And something else that is very important that these Universities have entirely missed:
And something else that is very important that these Universities have entirely missed:
Einstein put words to something Newton understood: It's called The principle of equivalence. It means you cannot discern gravity from an acceleration.
In other words: if you are weightless in a spaceship far from earth and that spaceship begins to accelerate at a speed of 32 feet per second, per second then you would not be able to discern this acceleration force from the force of gravity.
But for us back here on earth, is this acceleration really here?
The answer is no. The gravitational force we feel is here but the acceleration itself is not really here but we do discern this force itself as an acceleration.
Well, then what about this newly discovered acceleration that Saul Perlmutter's group recently discovered.
Saul Perlmutter, himself, stated that we now have Einstein's cosmological constant operating in this universe.
But few listened to that statement just as few listened to Einstein's statement in 1954.
Einstein, himself, said his cosmological constant was a force equal but opposite to gravity holding all the stars and galaxies apart.
So if there is no actual acceleration via the force of gravity then how can there be any actual acceleration with gravity's equal and opposite force (cosmological constant)?
If the Newton-Einstein principle of equivalence is valid for one (gravity), then it must also be valid for the other (cosmological constant).
Therefore what this essentially means, boys and girls, is that we must have no actual accelerating, expanding universe but we must really be in a steady state universe exactly as that well known British astronomer Fred Hoyle claimed we had, all of his entire life.
As the principle of equivalence states: we can discern the acceleration but it is not really there.
It's the force itself that we are discerning (cosmological constant) and this actual equal and opposite force to gravity we most definitely can discern as the acceleration that Perlmutter's group discovered.
Even at the time I'm writing this, Phase Symmetry, that clearly shows you exactly what space-time is frequency-wise, still fails to show us exactly why we see space and time as individual components. Now a correction to that previously written sentence: The answer has to be IMPEDANCE MATCHING; which here is just as important as in radio circuitry only here the better we are impedanced matched then the more we see space-time as time and not as space. (I didn't see this until 7-11-2016 so even well past 83, I am still learning.)
Phase Symmetry gives us the utterly simple answer that Stephen Hawking says exists. It gives us the unification that Einstein told us exists. If you fail to see Phase Symmetry then you fail to see this simple rule that this entire universe follows. It unifies because quarks, electrons, stars and galaxies obey the same phase rule.
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Quarks are some of the smallest phenomena from which our universe is built. Galaxies are some of the largest. Can the spins of the stars and spins of the tiniest parts of atomic structures all be governed by one set of rules? A Laws.
Planck, Newton, Einstein, Bohr and present day quantum physicists have struggled with this question for decades. But mysteries surrounding light, gravity, magnetism and sub-atomic structures remain. Individual theories explain each, but no single theory has yet been able to explain them all. By scrutinizing existing theory and discovering what physicists have missed, Daniel P. Fitzpatrick Jr. gives you the answers to what really makes our universe tick — and what it means to human beings in the middle of it all.
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