A Unified Field Theory
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
The Atomic Wave Function and the Creation of Stars
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
We have discovered that clocks run slower in a gravitational field than they do out in space, and we also know that light ‘red shifts’ as it leaves the earth and heads out into space (which means that its frequency decreases and its wavelength increases).
In the image above we see some ‘blue light’ being sent up to two satellites out in space. One satellite, on the left, was manufactured by someone who did not know what they were doing, and so it has a blue receiver, and what with the red shifting of the wavelength coming up to that satellite, naturally it didn’t work, and thus one hundred million dollars was wasted because some satellite designer did not know relativity theory. On the right we see a satellite outfitted with a proper red receiver, and it did work, which is good, because that means that people who want to can watch the super bowl via satellite without worrying that some incompetent forgot about all the time dilation and red shifting business in the theory of relativity, and thus designed a malfunctioning satellite instead of a satellite that actually works.
In this image we see a weather balloon rising up in the atmosphere. It will zoom upwards at great speed when released and then it will gradually decelerate and slow down until parks at a certain orbital energy level somewhere up above the surface of the earth. Because of the way that light red-shifts as it rises in a gravitational field (as the field energy becomes less dense, as described by the Inverse Square Law), we could then assign a wave function to the orbital energy state of the balloon. In the example above we could say that the wave function of the orbit of that balloon was ‘Yellow’ followed by a number, such as ‘50’. On the left a hydrogen atom is rising upwards and will eventually escape the earth’s gravity altogether. It is expanding as it rises, and so its density will decrease (and its relative temperature will drop) and it will also begin to decelerate as it rises upwards. Because hydrogen behaves like this we know that hydrogen has a very red-shifted atomic wave function. Up above we see a satellite in orbit. The satellite received momentum (increased energy density) when it was launched from earth, and then it experienced relativistic expansion and lost density, which means that it lost momentum and now it is parked in a circular orbit (it still has left right momentum).
An enormous electromagnetic vortex is drawing in a massive cloud of hydrogen which is swirling downward like a giant whirlpool. A star is being born.
As the vortex continues to pull more and more hydrogen in, the hydrogen cannot remain at its proper atomic wave function (the red area near the top of the star). The hydrogen must become ‘blue shifted’ as it is pulled deeper and deeper into the enormous gravitational well of the star. It undergoes relativistic contraction and its density increases and increases, and so does its relative temperature. It becomes more and more energetic as it pulled downwards, away from its proper red-shifted wave level near the surface of the star.
We all know what happens next. There is an explosive energy reaction that begins to take place in the depths of that star as super-energetic hydrogen reactions being and a war to reach the red-shift level begins, that will last for billions of years. The suns corona (the area just above the surface of the sun) is fiercely hot, much hotter than the surface, because not all the heat being generated inside that star is ‘relative’. Some of it is very real, and when hydrogen manages to escape temporarily to the red-shift level at the surface, where hydrogen belongs, it is free to release excess heat, fiercely heating the corona around that burning star.
Therefore it would appear that the creation of a star is a consequence of mass scale violation of the atomic wave function of hydrogen, which is nice, because we could all use stars, and as we all know, there are certainly more than enough stars around, and so it is nice that such a violation of ‘natural law’ happens all the time, because the universe would just not be the same if it did not.