A Unified Field Theory
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
The Behavior of Hot Gases
Hot gases exhibit a type of ‘anti-gravity effect’. In the hopes of better understanding the behavior of falling (or rising) objects within the electromagnetic gravitational field described by this evolving Unified Field Theory, I thought it would be good to investigate this phenomenon of rising hot gases.
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
If you were to ask someone to explain to you why a hot air balloon rises in the atmosphere, you will be told that hot gas expands and as it expands it displaces cooler gas, and therefore, by invoking Archimedes principle we know then that a hot gas envelope will become buoyant, with the buoyancy it attains dependant upon the weight of the cooler gas which it displaces. This is not an electromagnetic theory of rising gas, but is rather what I would call a self referential matter based explanation, where the behavior of ‘a mass of matter’ is explained by means of reference to ‘masses of matter’ and such an explanation is useless when considered from the perspective of a Unified Field Theory. We are left to wonder just how we are to explain Archimedes principle of displacement. This reminds me of the kinetic theory of gas motion, wherein we are told that gas moves around because it possesses ‘kinetic energy’, which is equivalent to stating that gas moves around because it possesses the energy that allows it to move around, which is another one of those matter based tautologies one often encounters, because it is merely stating the obvious, and does not provide a real explanation for the phenomenon under question.
There would seem to be a finite number of ways that an atom could move through the gradient of the energy field. The first would be to be pushed by a current, as shown in the first panel. The second would be to become sucked into a ‘vacuum’ in the energy field generated somehow by a field effect vortex, as shown in the middle panel (the equivalent of being pulled). The third method would be for the atom to oscillate and climb up the gradient in a movement similar to that of an amoeba, as shown in the third panel.
It is a familiar behavior of hot atoms of kinds to oscillate and so therefore I have decided to investigate the third possibility, for a Unified Field Theory would have to explain such as oscillation as the product of electromagnetic effects, and such oscillations also provide an interesting model for the behavior of hot gases as they rise upwards against the force of gravity, exhibiting an interesting anti-gravity effect in the process, a feat which requires an electromagnetic explanation rather than just another one of those self referential matter based tautologies that do not explain why it is that a hot atom should be an ‘anti-gravity atom’.
In the above image we have placed a hot gas atom (white) within the gradient of the energy field (with the effect of the change in the gradient of the field being exaggerated here to make the point clear). The hot atom is more energetic then the surrounding energy field, and so to the hot atom we assign the positive charge. We also note that there is uneven distribution of the voltage potential, in that the atom is more positive near the top and less positive near the bottom due to the difference in the energy levels of the field (the gradient effect, the result of the energy field being corresponding to the inverse square law). Once again the charge differential has been exaggerated here just to make the point clear. The hot atom is slightly more ‘positive’ relative to the energy of the surrounding gradient near the top of the atom as opposed to the bottom of the atom.
In the above image we can see that the net outflow of energy is greater towards the top of the atom as compared to the bottom (once again all the effects have been exaggerated to make the point clear). The result is an imbalance in the internal density of the energy enclosed in the magnetic envelope of the atom, symbolized by the darker region at the top. As a result the center of the field (also referred to as the center of gravity) which is symbolized by the blue dot in the center shifts downwards, as symbolized by the red dot. No actual shifting of the nucleus takes place, but in order to stabilize the field it is required that the density within the atom be adjusted such that the potential center of the field (the red dot) matches the actual center of the field (the blue dot) as shown by the upward pointing blue arrow (which also corresponds to the direction in which the hot atom will be moving in the gradient).
Now it is said by some people that ‘electrons’ are like little mass particles, and like planets, they orbit the nucleus. However, I am working on a Unified Field Theory, and so since no such theory currently exists I feel quite comfortable in contradicting other people when I feel it is required that I do so. According to this Unified Field Theory electrons are not mass particles but are generated by the magnetic field effect, and the purpose of what we call electrons is to maintain the current flow since current flow is required to maintain the magnetic shell in which the energy of the atom is contained. I also hypothesis that electrons appear in response to ‘pressure’ or variations in density, and so for that reason I add electrons as black dots to correct the imbalance in the internal field which is developing in the atom due to the presence of the atom within the surrounding gradient energy field.
Now according to this Unified Field Theory, and according to standard interpretations of the structure of atoms, the ‘faucets’ or ‘pumps’ in an atom are found only in the nucleus (no positrons are present) and so therefore when electrons ‘drain the swamp’ as it were, the result is a lowering of the density near the bottom of the atom, while at the same time the atom is losing density through a transfer of energy at the positive pole near the top of the atom, while the density is increasing at the center of the atom due to the action of the electrons which direct current flow towards the center of the atom. Therefore the net effect is an oval shaped distortion of the atom, once again exaggerated here to make the point.
The center of the field has been restored but not the differential in density has been transferred to the center, as symbolized by the red ovals (once again all effects are exaggerated). Once these swamps have been drained the hot gas atom can once again expand, and it is now found in a slightly higher position. The cycle of oscillations will continue as the atom climbs the energy gradient. This model suggests that the motion of a hot gas atom up the gradient can be thought of as being ‘qunatized’ in that such a process would appear to occur in many discrete steps, and the end effect is to have the hot gas atom climb the gradient energy field in much the same way as an amoeba moves.