A Unified Field Theory
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
Gravitational Length Dilation : The Experimental Evidence
Elliptical galaxies are by far the most common in the universe, with about 80 percent of all galaxies being of this type. You may have heard astronomers talking about ‘the dark matter of the universe’ and one of the reasons why this ‘dark matter’ is postulated to exist is that is required to make any sense out of the apparent rotational speed of such ‘elliptical galaxies’. Normally the further from the center an object is, the slower its orbital velocity, but it would appear that this is not true in these odd shaped ‘elliptical galaxies’ where there does not appear to be a difference in the rotational velocity at the edges as compared to the apparent rotational velocity in the center. It is for this reason that astronomers have come up with a hypothesis describing the existence of ‘dark matter’ in the universe, for if such galaxies were composed of 80 to 90 percent of this ‘dark matter’ then that would explain the apparent violation of the laws of physics exhibited by such galaxies.
Magnetostriction and length dilation
We can explain both the strange elliptical shape of such galaxies and any apparent rotational variance by means of ‘gravitational length dilation’. Our view of the universe is very distorted and we see ‘elliptical galaxies’ when we should be seeing ‘circular galaxies’ because of the very real effects of gravitational length dilation. The closer you get to the source of gravity, near the center, the more dilated space becomes (space becomes ‘smaller’ near the center of a source of gravity, such as near the black hole at the center of galaxies).
Recently some scientists did some experiments to test Einstein’s Theory of Relativity and predictions of Time Dilation in a gravitational field (clocks slow down in a gravitational field).
The red shifting of a high frequency gamma wave within the earth’s gravitational field was measured. The effect is exaggerated in the image above. The image starts out with a certain frequency and wave-length at the bottom, and then is measured at the top, and found to have ‘red shifted’, which means that its wave length is longer and its frequency is less. The speed of light is always the frequency multiplied by the wavelength so no change in the speed of light occurs.
Clocks run slower lower down in a gravitational field, as suggested by the blue wave length next to the clock on the bottom right. A standard ‘one meter’ measure is defined as so many wavelengths of such and such a frequency of electromagnetic radiation. Let’s assume that this particular frequency was used in the red shift test, and that the length of standard meter is defined as three wavelengths of this frequency of light. We show the meter in green on the left side of the panel.
The clock runs faster higher up in the gravitational field, as symbolized by the higher frequency blue wavelengths beside the clock at the upper right. The light has been red shifted, and now has a lower frequency and longer wavelength, and we show the meter rod in green, which, since it is measured based upon the number of wavelengths of the EM wave, is now a longer meter rod because it is found higher up in the gravitational field, where the clock is also running faster.
What this experiment demonstrates is that length dilation in a gravitational field is a real phenomenon, and therefore our view of the universe through our telescopes is very distorted, and the more powerful the black hole at the center of some galaxy, the greater the distortion will appear to be, and the more elliptical the galaxy will appear to be. Galaxies should not appear ‘elliptical’.
A summary of the Unified Field Theory