A Unified Field Theory
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
Archimedes Principle: Attraction, Repulsion, and Allowed Energy States
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
Archimedes was asked to find a way to determine whether or not gold smiths were creating phony gold crowns, in that rather than being made of pure gold the crowns were being adulterated with some other metal. Archimedes discovered that if he placed pure gold of a certain weight in water, the gold would displace amount of water equal to its own weight. Therefore a crown that was not made of pure gold would displace a different weight in water.
The weight of the water displaced by the crowns was equal to the weight of the crowns. Therefore we know that ‘M’ (the ‘mass’ of the crowns) was equal, and so therefore M = M, and so therefore it is also true that E, the measurement of the energy content of the crowns and the energy content of the water is also equivalent, and that E = E.
From this observation we can derive the following principles.
In any three dimensional space, energy displaces energy, since the displacement (E) is equivalent to the energy causing the displacement, such that E = E.
Therefore, for any given three dimensional space there exists a quantity of energy, E-Maximum, such that the total allowable energy within that three dimensional space E-Total must not exceed E-Maximum.
The Buoyancy of Hydrogen
The image above shows the ‘atomic radii’, or ‘three dimensional size’ of the hydrogen atom, the small dot being pointed to by the black arrow above.
The image above shows a gradient energy field which is organized as required by the Inverse Square Law, with the denser regions closer to the source and the density decreasing with distance.
In the image above we can see that even though hydrogen has the lowest energy content of any atom, because of its tiny size it has an energy content which is to dense to be an allowable energy state within the three dimensional space occupied by the Earth’s atmosphere. The portion of the spatial gradient in the earth energy system which would be an allowable energy level for an atom with the spatial density of the hydrogen atom would be found deep within the earth buried below millions of tons of rock.
We know that hydrogen is not found on earth, because hydrogen behaves like an ‘anti-gravity’ element within the earth’s system, and falls up in the gravitational field, rather than falling down, and eventually escapes out into space. Based upon this simple observation we can conclude that it is false to assume that gravitation is always an attractive force, but rather we must conclude that gravitation is an attractive force only when attraction results in an allowable energy state, and that gravitation becomes a repulsive force when repulsion is the allowable energy state while attraction is not an allowable energy state.
Lighter than Air Balloons
A weather balloon is designed to be expandable so that as it rises against the force of gravitation the gases it contains can expand without destroying the balloon. The ‘matter based’ explanation of this phenomenon states that such gas filled balloons rise in the atmosphere because they are ‘lighter than air’, and therefore displacement occurs which forces the balloon to a higher altitude. The balloon expands because of ‘reduced atmospheric pressure’ at great heights.
If we view the balloon as energy system and we examine the energy state of the balloon we can see that the allowable energy level in a three dimensional spatial gradient is a density function. In order to understand why the balloon must expand we must consider the effects of gravitational space dilation. The three dimensional spatial gradient is more ‘dilated’ nearer to the source of the center of the gravitational field. The density of the energy state of the balloon decreases as it rises because the balloon is expanding. The balloon stops rising when it reaches the allowable energy state, which is a density function, such that the density of energy state is equal to the total allowable energy permitted in that section of the spatial gradient (such that the total density of the energy state within the balloon is equivalent to the maximum density allowed in that section of the spatial gradient. This is the allowable energy state and thus the balloon stops rising and expanding at this point in the three dimensional spatial gradient.
The Inverse Square Law
Our observation of the behavior of the energy state of the ‘lighter than air’ balloon is telling us something about the relationship that exists between ‘energy’ and ‘space’. Hot air balloons, or light gas balloons, or the hydrogen atom do not fall downwards in an attempt to find an allowable energy state, but rather they are seen rising upwards against the force of gravitation. We can conclude therefore that it must be true that the density relationship is an invariant constant, in that no matter how dilated the spatial gradient may be, its total energy density can only be an invariant quantity, E-Max. Therefore the Inverse Square Law describes the decreasing density of the distribution of energy as an inevitable consequence of this relationship that exists between energy and space in that the total energy that can occupy any region of a spatial gradient is always E-Constant, and so therefore the density of the energy must decrease as the dilation of the spatial gradient decreases. So therefore we can conclude that, as illustrated in the diagram above, despite the differences in density, the total energy content of all the energy systems in the diagram above are equal, in that the total energy content of E1 = E2 = E3 = E4 = E5.
We can also see the relationship that exists between energy states and spatial dilation when we consider the red shifting of light within a gravitational field, where the total energy remains the same but the density shifts becoming ‘more dense’ deeper within the field and ‘less dense’ further away from the center of the gravitational field.
Therefore we can conclude that the Inverse Square Law is a logically following consequence of the fact that total energy content of space is an invariant quantity, in that for any given three dimensional space the total allowable energy present within that space is always found to be E-Max, and therefore only changes in density are observed as spatial dilation occurs.
The Smith Hydrogen Cloud and the Behavior of Gases
My observations of the behavior of gases led me to formulate the hypothesis that ‘like charges repel’ in that when E = E repulsion will occur (when two energy states are identical). This would then explain the ‘bouncing of gas molecules’ and it would also explain the formation of the Smith Hydrogen cloud as hydrogen atoms and molecules, each with the same energy level, were repelled by one another, resulting in the formation of a stable cloud that then traveled through the depths of space, perhaps for billions of years (since the time of the Big Bang) and during that entire time never created even so much as one star (even though the Smith Hydrogen Cloud has enough fuel for around a million stars).
However it would seem that it is not required that we adopt the novel idea that repulsion occurs between any two energy states whenever E = E, for we can explain the behavior of the Smith Hydrogen Cloud, and the behavior of bouncing gases as being a consequence of the fact that in any given three dimensional space the total energy density can never exceed E-Max. Therefore the hydrogen in the Smith Cloud has assumed this stable cloud formation in space because this has, up until now, been the only allowable energy state.
In the image above we can see that the Smith Hydrogen cloud is assuming a ‘triangular shape’ as it moves deeper into the gravitational field of our galaxy. The conventional explanation offered for this phenomenon is that the cloud is plowing through gases surrounding our galaxy. However given the massive size of this cloud we should also consider the effects of gravitational spatial distortion as also being a perfectly good explanation for the appearance of this cloud.
The heating of the cloud is also being explained as the result of the cloud impacting a gaseous cloud around our galaxy, which for some reason, unlike the Smith Hydrogen Cloud, is not being drawn into our galaxy under the attraction of gravitation, and so therefore the explanation seems contradictory.
The Rising and Cooling of Hydrogen
Hydrogen cannot exist on earth because the density of hydrogen is such that the allowable energy state is buried beneath the surface of the earth. The spatial gradient of the earth is not ‘stretched’ enough to allow hydrogen to exist in the atmosphere, since the allowable energy states in the spatial gradient where the atmosphere is located only permit densities less than that of the hydrogen atom.
Now one might ask why it is that hydrogen does not fall in the attempt to make it downwards towards an allowable energy state. Hot gas also rises, because it possesses an energy level that is to dense for the spatial gradient in the atmosphere. Why then does hot gas not seek a ‘hotter’ location in the spatial gradient by attempting to fall rather than attempting to rise.
The answer to this question must be that to fall would be to increase density, which is not allowed, while to rise is to decrease density, which is allowed until such a time as the correct density is achieved by means of the decreasing dilation of the spatial gradient. As objects rise they become less dilated, and expand, and their density decreases.
This then leads me to wonder if hydrogen cools as it rises because its density is decreasing, which would then indicate that ‘temperature’ is relative in that what would be a higher temperature in one section of the spatial gradient, would be a lower temperature in a less dense, less dilated portion of the spatial gradient. If this was true then it would explain the heating on the leading edge of the Smith Hydrogen Cloud as the hydrogen enters dilated space, and its density increases as the space contracts, and thus its relative temperature increases.
It may be possible to verify whether or not temperature is relative to the dilation of space, by containing some hot gas within a vacuum container along with a sophisticated thermometer and an LED temperature readout. The hot gases could be contained a sea level and then carried up to some place high in the Himalayan mountains, such as in Tibet, and if the thermometer is sensitive enough it may very well detect an otherwise unexplainable drop in temperature, which would then be evidence that temperature is relative, in that the hot gas atoms increased in size as space became less dilated and this translated into cooling. This would also indicate the heating in the Smith Hydrogen cloud is a relative increase in temperature not caused by mechanical friction, but rather is a consequence of the dilation of space within a gravitational field.
Smith’s Hydrogen Cloud and Star Formation
In order for hydrogen to exist within an allowable energy state that would permit the creation of stars it is required that the spatial gradient be very stretched. The hydrogen atoms within the Smith Hydrogen cloud have given no indication that they possess the ability to stretch space in the manner required to make star creation an allowable energy state. Therefore we must conclude that the gravitational source that makes star creation possible is found in another source. This is good evidence that the gravitational field is actually an electromagnetic field in disguise, and that it is the magnetic dynamo that stretches space, and not ‘matter’, for apparently hydrogen requires ‘pre-stretched space’ if it is to be enabled to make stars.
Allowable Quantum States
An analysis of Archimedes principle reveals that allowable energy states are density functions. This implies that when atoms are allowed to absorb certain frequencies of electromagnetic radiation or that when atoms are allowed to emit only certain frequencies of EM radiation, this somehow involves a change in the three dimensional shape of that atom, or involves a fluctuation in the magnetic field, since atoms also create a space of their own with their own magnetic field, and tiny as they are, the space created by the magnetic field of an atom also obeys the Inverse Square Law and therefore we find allowable energy states existing even within the atom, as well as states that are not allowed.