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Not Quite Everything for a
Theory of Everything
but we do indeed
have a model
Here's the model:
An important part of the model has been given to us by our astronomers. All the astronomical departments in all of the world's universities teach their students -- what Newton said -- that gravity acts instantly and this must be included in their math. There are proofs we simply would not have a stable universe if the speed of gravity was as slow as the speed of light. Astronomers are taught this and most of them accept this as a fact.
Light travels at 300, 000, 000 meters per second or 3x108 meters per second.
Now let's square this 300, 000, 000 meters: And we get 90, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000 meters or 9x1016 meters.
Gravity, according to noted astronomerVan Flandern must be acting at about a speed of 9x1016 meters per second and this would appear to us as c2 or the speed of light squared. Tom Van Flandern assured me, before he died, that this speed would be close enough to instantly for most astronomers to accept. Van Flandern showed us -- while light had aberration -- there was no aberration with gravity and at a speed of 9x1016 meters per second, gravity would have no aberration.
The question now becomes: How can all this be happening?
2.What the tensor math of General Relativity teaches us
Here is a quote from theBritannica 1997 CD telling about Einstein's tensor math which "led him to an essentially unique tensor equation for the law of gravitation, in which gravitation emerged not as a force but as a manifestation of the curvature of spacetime."
As you see in the aboveBritannica quote, there is no such thing as force in the tensor math of General Relativity. Einstein assumed this universe was homogeneous and isotropic. This means a certain average space exists all throughout this universe. What you actually get -- greatly simplifying things -- is more spacetime, than this average, where repulsive force exists between two objects. In addition, there is less spacetime, than this average, existing between two gravitational objects that have an attractive force between them, thus we have the spacetime curvature in the above Britannica quote.
Saul Perlmutter has shown, as in GR, that this repulsive force is really out there resulting in a return of Einstein's cosmological constant (exact opposite repulsive force of gravity) -- between all the stars and galaxies keeping them apart -- and gravity becomes -- as Einstein originally thought -- a bi-polar force like all the other invisible forces.
And GR shows us the same thing that creates force must also be creating space!
What is it?
It's the spin/orbital frequencies!
The electron orbitals just about cancel each other out leaving the electron spin frequency as the main cause of magnetic force but it's general knowledge that the orbital frequencies also cause the magnetic force.
What is not general knowledge yet is that if the electron's charge is being caused merely by relative motion (see:http://www.rbduncan.com/pge1.html) then the spins and orbitals of other items besides electrons also create force and space. Once you see this then you can also begin to see a model for a Theory of Everything.
The smallest space that we can see is that being produced by electron orbital frequencies. Probably the majority of the space we see is being produced by the spin frequencies of the stars. So our space becomes a limited bandspread in a Schrödinger type of frequency universe.
A big lesson here is that our space is limited from the high orbiting frequencies of the electrons to the lower spin frequencies of the stars. These are the parameters -- or the bandspread -- of our spacetime realm.
We have to divide this universe into spacetime realms (frequency bandwidths).
We can't see into the spacetime realm of the quark because the quark's spin frequency is simply too high for our spacetime realm but as Wheeler and Feynman showed us, we cannot measure what is outside of our spacetime realm but we certainly can detect it and we do: We detect this quark produced space as c2 or acceleration.
We also have failed to see the force being produced by the galactic spin frequencies. Proof of this is that we are measuring the speed of spiral galaxy arms as going faster than their escape velocity and this is impossible.
Not seeing this galactic force produced a flaw in R. T. Cahill's Quantum Foam Theory. Whereas he did indeed get the speed of gravity right.
All in all, electron spin frequencies produce magnetic force, and the spins of the various stars and galaxies produce Einstein'scosmological constant or this repulsive force between all the stars and galaxies, holding them apart, while the quark spins give us the vast majority of our gravitational and inertial forces.
Evidently there are at least two quark spin frequencies that -- at the exterior of a proton or neutron -- combine to form a harmonic that is the square of the electron's spin frequency.
Thus as you see the origin of c2 then Einstein's formula E=mc2 makes perfect sense.
If this is indeed a frequency universe such asMilo Wolff's webSite suggests then we do not as yet have quite everything to figure out this Schrödinger type frequency universe.
Be sure to read:http://www.amperefitz.com/acceleratingexpandinguniverse.htm
See this short, clear picture:http://www.amperefitz.com/principle-of-equivalence.htm
There's a lot more too.
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Feb. 23, 2010
Daniel P. Fitzpatrick Jr.