A Unified Field Theory
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
Electron-Positron Quantum Entanglement. Does ‘Zero space’ exist? The Quantum Telephone Experiment.
One of the great mysteries of modern Quantum Physics is that of why there is asymmetry in the universe, in that there are electrons, but no positrons in the universe. Now a ‘positron’ is an ‘anti-electron’, and a positron is usually referred to as being ‘anti-matter’ in keeping with the prevailing belief that the universe is made up of little itsy bitsy jigsaw puzzle pieces of matter. Now there is this ‘Law of the Conservation of Charges’ which seems to be violated by the universe in that we have all these ‘electrons’, which are negatively charged, but we don’t have any positrons around, which are positively charged, and so where did all the positrons go, and is this not a violation of the ‘Law of the Conservation of Charges’?
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
Now for the purposes of this discussion, this being a discussion of the Unified Field Theory, after all, we will not use the term ‘anti-matter’ when referring to that positron, but instead we will employ the term ‘anti-energy’, for we assume that both electrons and positrons are electromagnetic phenomenon, and are not ‘elementary matter particles.’ It is good that there are no ‘positrons’ around because when a positron and an electron meet up, the result is an energy-anti-energy explosion which releases high energy gamma radiation. The reverse process occurs when a high energy gamma ray produces the electron-positron pair.
Let us assume that zero space is a real space, and that electrons are actually electromagnetic drain holes which are connected to electromagnetic faucets in the nucleus of atoms. This connection is required if current is to flow since current flow is required to maintain a magnetic field, for you never find current without a magnetic field, and therefore wherever there is a magnetic field there is also currents of energy flowing. The two phenomenon are inseparable, and so therefore if an atom is to be an electromagnetic atom, and not an atom made up out itsy bitsy jig saw puzzle pieces composed of ‘elementary matter particles’ then it is required that drain holes are connected to faucets through ‘zero space’ in ‘zero time’. This is the only way the plumbing could ever be expected to work in an electromagnetic atom.
Let us consider the following thought experiment. We don’t need to speculate about the existence or nonexistence of this ‘zero space’ and this ‘zero time’. We can find out for sure. What we need first are high energy gamma rays, and that is no problem for modern science. Then we need electron-positron pairs. That also won’t be to much of a problem.
Then comes the hard part, for we need to build a little magnetic bubble to trap electrons and positrons, so that they stay trapped and do not disappear or get annihilated somehow. Let us assume that someone figured out a good way to get that done, which is bound to happen sooner or later.
The next step would be to take the positrons to some place like Detroit, while the electrons were taken to some other place far away, like Los Angeles. Now assuming that an electron-positron pair are a paired drain hole and faucet, the next trick would be to send energy down the electron drain hole. The energy would instantly come pumping out the positrons in Detroit and cause some kind of resonance in the magnetic field around those positrons. Perhaps the first message received in Detroit could be a replay of that Alexander Graham Bell line, ‘Watson. Come here. I need you.’ Here we would have the ultimate example of quantum entanglement and the ultimate evidence for the existence of zero space and zero time, which would then indicate that the electromagnetic atom is the correct atom, and that, therefore, the Unified Field Theory is not just some pipe dream, but is in fact the only correct theory..
This would also mark the historic day when the very first Quantum Telephone was demonstrated in action. Yes, nothing would ever be quite the same after that. We can imagine that John was living in the Mars Colony, when his parents decided to give him a call. Now normally no one could phone John on Mars because they would insist on sending that phone call through three dimensional space, which would mean that it could take some time at the speed of light for the message to go both ways, and so therefore most people would communicate with Mars by means of email, since you cannot have a live telephone conversation with someone on Mars when you have that problem with the speed of light being to slow to allow for a decent conversation to take place.
However, as it turns out, when John’s parents dialed his cell phone number, the telephone exchange computer recognized the Mars area code, and routed the call through the Quantum Entanglement switch box, and the call was relayed through Zero Space right straight to some switching station packed with trapped entangled positrons, ready to relay the phone call to John’s cell phone in zero time. I would recommend that such a switching station be parked somewhere out of town and no where near the space colony, because accidents do happen, and these are positrons, anti-energy, and even if they did not have the power to blow the whole space colony sky high in the case of an accident, they would still do some damage, and anyone close to the site would get zapped by high energy gamma rays, which would be a lot worse than getting sun burned. It would be enough to have that positron station relay the call to John’s normal cell phone by way of a standard microwave tower, so that the positrons can stay well away from populated areas, while John still gets to have a normal conversation with people back on earth using a normal cell phone. Of course, once in a while, as they were talking with someone on Mars, the thought might cross a person’s mind that they are actually talking to someone on Mars through the medium of that really weird zero space, whatever that means, but I would suppose that as weird as that idea sounds people would get used to the idea, because their quantum telephone system was up and running, and its hard to argue against really weird ideas when a really weird idea becomes a part of everyday life.