A Unified Field Theory
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
I thought I would pause to say a few words about what motivates me to pursue this Unified Field Theory.
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
When I was fifteen I encountered some strange luminous floating craft at Banff National Park in Canada. The same craft appeared repeatedly over my hometown of Melville, Saskatchewan and there were many witnesses. Some of them appeared to be flat discs and others were shaped like two soup bowls placed together face to face.
Following are some scanned gif images of the text of a letter I wrote concerning these objects which was published by a magazine in British Columbia, Canada in 1975. The Cover .... page one ... page two. The text of my letter begins with the words, 'Sir: The night of August 18, 1974...' (etc.) I have also reproduced the text of the letter below.
I have decided to put some effort into discovering just how gravity really works and how these craft manage to float and move about, since it is very obvious to me that we have a backwards science and a very flawed understanding of gravity.
My first theory of gravity was based upon 'energy exchange' and was a failure, but I am full of confidence in my second theory. This is indeed the unified field theory and as I have found myself able to solve scientific riddles that no one else has been able to explain my confidence has grown that I have been successful in my search. It is a scientific theory and can be validated or refuted by means of experimentation.
I have been working on other projects and I need a break. I need a project to work on that I enjoy, and the previous projects I have worked on I did not enjoy. Second, and more importantly, I have told people for years that things do float in the air and that things fall up instead of falling down in a gravitational field. I have witnessed such things more times than I can count. Nevertheless people contradict me and consider themselves to be wise as they scorn my testimony on these matters. Therefore your sciences have become a big problem for me since apparently I am not going to be able to talk any sense into anyone so long as your sciences remain bogged down in backwardness. For this reason I have decided to grab another bull by the horns and I will now devote all my time and energy into solving this little puzzle myself, for I know that it does have a solution and finding that solution is just a matter of effort and time. When I am finished I will be able to tell people about objects that float in the air, and not have them telling me that this ‘violates the laws of physics’, when actually the flaw is to be found in your physics and not in what I am telling you people.
I also have a third motivation, and that is to spur a technological revolution, since an improvement in technology is going to be required to lift that great part of humanity that needs to be lifted up.
I have a fourth motivation which is to be ‘Zerubabbel’ and make another one of those points of mine. Maybe there are those who think finding a ‘unified field theory’ is like climbing Mount Everest, but what is a mountain to someone like me? My attitude towards those alleged mountains is to flatten those things and thus rid myself of the problem caused by such mountains that block my path. I thought a live demonstration of the principle might be another interesting project to pursue.
I have a fifth motivation and that is to spur on some scientists here and there and really get some momentum going, since there is no reason why only one person should be found leveling mountains, and such projects move much quicker when you bring in a team of bulldozers. I remain optimistic that as time goes by this is exactly what will begin to happen. The methodology I am adopting for this project is to stir up the pot, as it were, challenge people with riddles, answer a few riddles myself, and most important of all, address myself not to scientists but rather to ordinary people, because this is the fastest way to get from point A to point B, since it is much harder to ignore someone who pursues such a devious strategy as that one. In brief, then, I address myself to ordinary people because I am in a hurry and do not wish to waste any time.
The text of my letter to the UFO Magazine follows :
The night of August 18, 1974, is one of the most horrifying nights I can recollect going through. I was walking on a path outside our camp at Banff National Park, at about sunset. The time I believe was about 9:00 p.m. After walking quite a distance I was far from camp and it was quickly getting dark. In time I came upon a fast running river and the path continued on beside it. As time passed I gradually began to become tense as I walked along. I couldn’t explain the tension rationally or logically so I chose to try my best to ignore it. After about five minutes or so the feeling changed from tension to acute anxiety and then fear, I felt certain that someone was watching me and following me along the path, although I could see no one behind me
on the path. It all seemed illogical to me and only served to confuse me slightly. Soon I suddenly became petrified and I couldn’t move. I think I was trembling all over and even through the greatest effort of sheer will that I could muster I couldn’t make myself take more than one step forward dow-n the path. Something only my sixth sense could see was certainly frightening. I remember becoming very interested in something above my head rather than something on the path. I glanced op at the sky and saw the sun half down over the hills and the clouds racing east ward. Everytime I looked upwards I was filled with an incredibly eerie feeling.
Finally after I realized that I couldn’t even force myself to walk any further down the path I forced myself to turn and walk back toward camp. I had to force myself to take the first few’ steps as I was extremely frightened but the rest came easy and I was quickly back at camp. When I finally arrived hack at our campsite (my family’s) it was pitch black out and almost all the clouds had disappeared. During my walk back to camp I had maoaged to scoff off the fear I had felt as simple fear-of-beiog alone-in-the-woods-before-dark-while
bears-were-prowliog-about. I rested a second and then walked over to our car which was parked behind our tent trailer. My family had since retired to bed (I am almost always late to retire). I walked over to our car and then leaned over the top of it, burying my head into my arms. I was standing there just a few seconds when I glanced up and till this day I don’t understand why I glanced up. I could actually feel the muscles in the back of my neck pulling and straining and doing their work as my head lifted and I remember thinking with mild surprise "why is my head lifting?" When my head had lifted I was staring at a stationary star and was still puzzling over "the mystery of my lifting head," I was just staring at the ‘star’ for a socood or two and was about to turn my glance away when the eerie feeling I had felt on the path while looking up at the sky returned. Something seemed too ominous or different about that particular star aod I was wondering why my glance had turned specifically to it when my head lifted, when it suddenly began moving.
I can still remember almost as if I were there reliving the whole thing, the incredible shock I felt when a ‘star’ began to move. My whole body just seemed to tremble and my knees went weak as I watched it. I saw, though not with my eyes, two big huge eyes staring down at me. Perhaps instead of saying I saw two big eyes I should say that I had the impression of two big eyes in the back of my mind. They seemed so vivid it frightened me. I felt like a guinea pig on a laboratory table. I had an incredibly strong feeling of being critically examined by something from the light. The feeling was awesome and so incredibly real and quite disturbing, especially the critical feeling. There is no way I can adequately describe the being-watched feeling or the impression of the eyes that I "saw." It was all so awesome. The eyes were sort of slanted and so odd looking with big round pupils. I can picture them vividly. Perhaps they were only my imagination playing tricks on me in a time of stress. Regardless, they were incredible.
The whole episode was very curt. It seemed like almost a preliminary screening, a critical test run, at least this is the mental impression I was left with. It lasted about 10 perhaps 15 seconds. The star-like object flew’ over in a perfectly straight line toward the cloud, a small one, that lay only a short distance away in the sky. It disap peared behind the tiny cloud and I waited for it, waiting for it to exit the cloud from the opposite side to that which it had entered but it never reappeared. One thing that really struck me about the light was the way it accelerated. It didn’t start slow and then pick up speed gradually. It moved suddenly, quickly, and at a constant rate with no noticeable increase in speed. If there was anyone inside they must have suffered a tremendous jolt when it suddenly moved, It might be compared to moving in an automobile at 60 mph and then suddenly and abruptly braking.
I walked over to the picnic table in our camping site after searching the sky in vain for about len minutes trying to find some sign of the light. I sat on the table and began to compose myself so that I could logically think over what I had just seen. I was quite shook up and also a little stunned, I had only begun to compose myself when I again looked up. I had begun to pass the light off as a once-in-a-lifetime sighting of
something odd when I glanced up. The light, much closer this time was beginning to appear slowly from behind a tree surrounding the campsite. It appeared sort of like a kid playing hide and-seek. It almost seemed to peek cautiously around the tree before coming into view. I managed to find a little hit of humour in the way it made its appearance after I had gotten over the initial shock of seeing it again.
Again I do not know what made me look up just as it was making its return. As I mentioned before it was much closer the second time and it was surrounded by a sort of optical halo. The nearness of it made me rather edgy (it was almost twice as close as the first sighting and much brighter), I’ll attempt to sketch it For you,
As I watched the light cross the sky I began to doubt its actual existence, There was a skeptical little voice in the hack of my mind that told me that things like this weren’t supposed to happen. I was always mildly interested in UFOs but in all the UFO reports or stories that I hod ever read or heard of UFOs were described as cigar-shaped or saucer-shaped and not as simply lights that flow across the sky. I pinched myself, blinked my eyes a few times, looked up and down and from side to side. I squinted at it and it blurred- I lifted my glasses and it blurred again. After that I ran out of hallucination "tests". I was up and walking across a clearing and along a road following it across the sky. It started at almost the horizon (the opposite side of the sky to that which the other had flown across, The first crossed a short distance of the northern sky and headed west and the second started south crossed over the zenith of
the sky and sank down in the north.) After it was in the northern portion of the sky, and just before it was about to disappear from view’ behind trees it suddenly fizzled away. It began to fly erratically and quickly dimmed from the almost as bright or maybe even a little brighter than Venus to a tiny speck that instantly faded away. It seemed as if it had suddenly shot up ward and disappeared into the night. It all lasted perhaps 60 to 70 seconds, perhaps even less.
I went to bed that night in a stupor.