A Unified Field Theory
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
Questioning the ‘Dark Matter’ Hypothesis. Magnetostriction, Spatial Dilation and the Blue Shifting of Light
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
A strong magnetic field causes slight spatial contraction, while a weaker magnetic field causes spatial dilation. This effect is known as magnetostriction. If you have ever walked past a transformer on the power grid you will have heard a humming noise. This hum is caused by alternating current on the power grid creating a changing magnetic field. As the field weakens and strengthens in turn, elements within the transformer contract in size and then length, creating vibrations, which are the source of the humming sound you hear. Magnetostriction is commonly employed to convert electrical energy into sound (sonic cleaners) or to convert sound or vibrations into electrical energy.
If the Unified Theory is correct, it then logically follows from this that Einstein was wrong, for in an Einstein gravity field space becomes more stretched out the closer you go to the center the field (the stronger the field becomes), while in a magnetic field the opposite occurs, and space becomes more contracted the deeper you move toward the center of the field, while space dilates the further you move away from the center of the field (and the weaker the magnetic field becomes).
Visual observation of the universe conforms to the pattern one would expect to be produced by magnetoconstriction. The Smith Hydrogen cloud, which in the process of merging with our Milky Way Galaxy, is taking on a triangular appearance (it is becoming a real world example of the triangular shape of the Inverse Square Law, which describes the rate of decrease of the field relative to distance). The cloud is becoming narrowed (constricted) at the leading edge and is dilated (expanded) at the rear, as the leading edge enters space that is increasingly magnetoconstricted. This shape is exactly the opposite of what we would expect to see in Einstein Gravity field.
We should expect the cloud to become more constricted as it progresses deeper into the field of our galaxy, as well as becoming more elongated and stretched out (due to the increasing gravitational acceleration of the nose relative to the rear of the cloud). The cloud is also being pushed to the left by the perpendicular electric force generated by our rotating galaxy (the cloud is turning in the direction of rotation), and in the end, since this massive cloud has enough hydrogen to fuel millions of stars, we should expect it to become attached to our galaxy as one more spiral arm.
As field density decreases, the wave length of light falls so as to match the dilation of space. A decreased energy field is equivalent to dilated space, while an increased energy density in the field is equivalent to constricted space.
A quasar in a galaxy next door to our galaxy appears very red shifted. Normally this red shifting would be interpreted as the result of the Doppler effect, and the quasar would then be assigned a distance many billions of light years distant. However a quasar next door is not red shifted by the Doppler effect, and therefore the red shift has another cause. The quasar is located at the center of a neighboring galaxy, where space is very constricted by the intensity of the magnetic field. Our solar system is located on the very edge of a spiral arm on the outskirts of the Milky Way galaxy. Light red shifts in a gravitational field and therefore we can describe gravitational depth as being a ‘wave function’. The gravitational depth of the quasar is very blue-shifted (it is at the center of the neighboring galaxy) and the gravitational depth of our solar system, at the outer edge of the galaxy is very red-shifted in comparison. For this reason the light from the quasar appears very red-shifted when observed by an observer viewing the center of another galaxy from a red-shifted position along the outer edge of a spiral arm.
We can see further visual evidence of the optical distortions caused by the warping of space when we look at a galaxy. We see more detail on the outer edges of the galaxy, where the field is weaker and space dilates. There is a dense packing visually apparent the closer we look to the center of the galaxy, which is an optical distortion effect caused by increasing magnetoconstriction resulting in the contraction of space.
We can see evidence of a blue-shift taking place as objects enter constricted space when we look at the Smith Hydrogen Cloud. The leading edges of the cloud are becoming increasingly energetic as the density of the atoms in the cloud increases as the radii of the atoms decreases in response to constricted space in the surrounding field.
The graph above illustrates the actual rotational curve of a galaxy (the flat lined curve at the top of the graph) as compared to the expected rotational curve of a galaxy (the dashed line below). We expect objects to rotate very fast at the center of a gravitational field, and then the velocity of rotation drops off as the distance from the center of the field increases.
I have superimposed the graph on an image of the galaxy above, with the fastest expected rotation speed expected to be found near the center of the field and the slower orbital speeds expected to be found at the outer edges of the galaxy.
On the left we see a simulation of how we would expect objects to rotate in a gravitational field (corresponding to the dashed line on the graph above). The object closer to the center is orbiting much faster than the velocity of the orbit of the object further away from the center of the field.
The animation on the right is a simulation of the apparent orbital behavior we see in a galaxy, and corresponds to the flat solid line in the graph above. The galaxy appears to be orbiting much like a unified solid body, and it is this anomalous observed orbit that is the evidence used to justify the theory of ‘dark matter’ in the universe, for it is assumed that for a galaxy to rotate like a solid body it must therefore be a virtual solid body, which then implies that a galaxy consists of as much as 80 to 90 percent ‘dark matter’. ‘Dark matter’ is described as being ‘dark’ because it is invisible, which then explains why no one has ever observed dark matter over the course of the previous century. Therefore only the most advanced instruments and the most sensitive experiments will be required to find the ‘dark matter’ of the universe.
The hypothesis of the ‘dark matter of the universe’ is based upon two fundamental premises. The first is that Einstein’s theory of ‘matter based gravity’ is correct (gravity is just caused by a mass of matter stretching out ‘space-time’ in much the same way a bowling ball would stretch a trampoline. The second is the belief that the speed of light is a fixed invariant constant.
Visual inspection of the universe conflicts with Einstein’s description of space. It is also impossible to have a ‘unified field theory’, which unifies electromagnetism and gravity, while at the same time having space stretched out backwards in an Einstein gravity field. It is also true that in an Einstein gravity field there is only one allowable direction of fall (masses of matter fall down). This fails to explain the anomalous falling up of hydrogen or helium atoms. It is also true that both Einstein and Newton developed their theories of gravitation before humanity had ever launched an object into space, and therefore no sooner did objects get launched into space that they began to act in weird ways which no one could explain. Einstein left us with no description of the phenomenon of gravitational deceleration, for in a matter based universe, the idea of an object being repelled in a gravitational field makes no sense, and such ideas only make sense in a magnetic field, where seeing objects displaced (either attracted or repelled) is a common occurrence and thus is considered quite acceptable. It is also true that throughout the twentieth century, it was common practice to leave gravitational theory to one side when working in the field of quantum physics, because it was just to difficult to work with that gravitational theory. It was also said that ‘quantum weirdness’ precluded any unification of ‘classical physics’ with ‘quantum physics’ but this judgment was premature, since classical physics is erroneous physics and so therefore there was bound to all sorts of trouble and difficulties would be encountered all the time.
The Doppler effect causes wavelength to become a higher frequency (more compressed) in an object approaching and causes a lower frequency (more dilated wavelengths) in an object that is moving away. It is for this reason that a train makes a high pitched sound as it approaches (weeeeeee) and then suddenly as the train passes by and begins moving away the sound drops in pitch and becomes a lower bass sound (woooooooo).
The rotation of a galaxy is not observed by observing the rotation of a galaxy but rather it is observed by means of the Doppler effect. As a star is moving away, its light is red-shifted slightly, and this gives an idea of the speed at which it is moving away. As it approaches the light is blue-shifted slightly. Therefore it appears that a galaxy is rotating at the same speed in every part of the galaxy, because the red-shift or blue-shift of the Doppler effect is seen to be the same when measured in every location in the rotating galaxy.
To explain this effect as being caused by spatial dilation and contraction, I have added a graph of my own above the graph of galaxy rotational speeds. It is important to understand that we are out in the suburbs of the Milky Way galaxy, and light red-shifts when it moves up in a gravitational field. It is for this reason that our satellites are tuned to receive a red-shifted signal from the earth, for otherwise the satellite would not function properly.
The light from the center of the galaxy will appear red-shifted when we receive it, because we are in the low density region of the field of the Milky Way galaxy. The only measure of red-shift that would be purely the result of the Doppler effect would be an observed red-shift of light that came from a point in space with a gravitational depth identical to that of the observer.
We can see a relativistic energy increase in the spatially contracted leading edge of the Smith Hydrogen Cloud. What this anomalous rotational curve implies is that a given fusion reaction within a star produces a more blue-shifted result in a denser part of the field and a more red-shifted result in a dilated part of the field, with this difference in energy being the result of relativistic increase in energy.
We can experimentally confirm that such relativistic increases in energy level does occur by considering a comet fragment falling upon Jupiter and a comet fragment falling upon the moon. Now it is not required that a transfer of energy take place for an object to fall or rise in a gravitational field. When a space ship is sent to the moon, the engines are shut off and no transfer of energy is required for that space-ship to coast smoothly to the field until it reaches the moon or one of the outer planets. Momentum is simply a density function, as we can see when a space-ship with ‘conserved momentum’ and having its engines shut off, decelerates as it rises into more dilated space in the gravitational field. Therefore ‘velocity’ is simply a rate of displacement.
These ideas make no sense whatsoever in an Einstein matter based gravity field, but they make perfect sense in a magnetic field, and so therefore such ideas would make perfect sense in a Unified Field Theory, for we see objects being both ‘attracted’ and ‘repelled’ in a magnetic field, and we also know that the curved graph of an object falling into a magnetic field is identical to the curved graph of an object falling into a gravitational field. Momentum is a density function because the attractive or repulsive effect either decreases (repulsion) or increases (attraction) as a function of distance in the field according to the description given by the Inverse Square Law. Therefore velocity is simply an electromagnetic effect, as objects are either pushed or pulled in the field. This occurs because it is the task of the magnetic field to create a perfectly smooth and evenly distributed energy field. When an object is to energetically dense it is pushed away and as it dilates as the field dilates it becomes less dense and it slows down until finally it comes to a complete stop and parks on that spot of the field where its dilated energy field matches the density of the surrounding dilated energy field. The field is now ‘smooth and even’.
Therefore it is not required that a comet fragment falling into the gravitational field of Jupiter to experience any transfer of energy to fuel its acceleration as it falls into the field, for its momentum is simply a density function and its momentum increases as space contracts and its energy becomes more densely packed into a smaller and smaller space, resulting in an automatic increase in the rate of displacement. The comet fragment hits the surface of Jupiter and the result is an enormous explosion that leaves a black mark the size of the earth on the surface of Jupiter. This is a stunning display of the truth of Einstein’s famous equation E equals MC squared, for the tiny comet fragment has enough energy to release to blow up an object the size of the earth, under the right conditions.
The exact same comet fragment dropping onto the moon would fall slowly, and then it would leave a pock mark on the surface of the moon, with a dust cloud rising up in slow motion and then falling down in slow motion on the surface of the moon. The comet had the exact same absolute energy level as the comet fragment on the moon, but its relativistic energy (its energetic density) was to low to cause any real damage to the moon, because the spatial energy field around a low power object like the moon is very dilated as compared to the highly contracted and thus much more intense field around Jupiter.
In the same way a fusion reaction can produce a blue-shifted result in the highly energetic spatially dense center of a galactic field, and it is this strange phenomenon that then explains the curiously flat graph of galactic rotation, as each observed part of the Doppler curve seems to be the same by the time that it reaches an observer in our part of the galaxy, which is a red-shifted observation point out in the low density region of the field of the Milky Way Galaxy.