A Unified Field Theory

A summary of the Unified Field Theory

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Momentum and Gravitation

I have been investigating the atom, and I have discovered that it is impossible to 'conserve momentum' (which is adding energy to a system to produce acceleration) by adding energy to an atom. When energy is added to an atom the result is ionization for an atom is bound by the laws that bind energy to space, and when these restrictions are violated, the atom hurls out the excess energy and becomes ionized.

Therefore my proposal to accelerate a craft by increasing the energy content of a phosphorescent atom is only partially correct. A phosphorescent atom is an energy sponge, but the energy cannot remain in the phosphorescent atom, for there are limits imposed upon the atom. What I have discovered is that momentum and gravitation are equivalent (which is to say that acceleration and gravitation are equivalent) and so therefore momentum is conserved in the 'gravitational field' and not in the atom.

Therefore 'momentum is conserved' in the form of 'warped space'. The net effect of 'warping space' is that the energy does seem to be conserved in the atom, for as the space around the atom is 'warped' the atom experiences a 'relativistic increase in energy'. This effect is accomplished by means of increasing the density of the atom. So then in a curious round-about way, momentum is increased by increasing the energy level of the atom, but this is accomplished indirectly, or so it would seem. If we do not 'warp space' we get an ionized atom, and if we 'warp space' we get a more energetic atom.

Every collection of atoms possesses a 'gravitational field'. A chunk of rock which is accelerated in space becomes a gravitational attractor, and its gravitational attraction will increase as its momentum increases, for momentum and gravitation are equivalent. It must also be true that an accelerated atom experiences an increase in gravitational attraction and it remains to be explained just how this process works, for it would seem that a truly unified theory requires unification of the atom so as to explain this relationship that exists between 'conserved momentum', acceleration, and gravitation.

A summary of the Unified Field Theory

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