A Unified Field Theory
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
The Orbital Energy State
If we think about ‘achieving orbit’ only as a physical problem which concerns sending ‘a mass of matter’ up into orbit, then following this mechanical mode of thinking we would speak about achieving ‘orbital velocity’.
A summary of the Unified Field Theory
Now we know that as we accelerate we also ‘conserve our momentum’. We can then shut off our engines and using our ‘conserved momentum’ we can then glide all the way to moon without stopping, for we have ‘stored momentum’ and no longer have to accelerate out in space and can just glide with engines off all the way to the moon or to Jupiter or Saturn, or any other point in space. Such are the benefits of that ‘conserved momentum’.
We also know that if you conserve enough of that ‘momentum’ and then weigh your ship on a weigh scale, if it started out as a ten kiloton ship, and if the ship is accelerated enough to really notice the difference (if it is given enough of that momentum) then the same ship would weigh twenty kilotons, or even more, just depending on how much momentum was conserved.
Based upon these observations we conclude that achieving an ‘orbital velocity’ is the means by which a primitive culture with only a few decades of experience makes its way out into space, since such a primitive culture still has not grasped the concept that ‘orbital velocity’ is just a means to create an ‘orbital energy state’. There are other more sophisticated means to create an ‘orbital energy state’, other than the purely mechanical means employed by a more primitive space exploring civilization. Since conserved momentum is merely conserved energy, it logically follows that a much more direct approach to creating such an orbital energy state would be the more sophisticated approach.
We know from our examination of gravitation that there exists an energy state wherein gravitation is attractive and there exists an energy state wherein gravitation is repulsive. We have also seen that attraction and repulsion can be understood as density functions which relate the density of energy allowed to the dilation of space in an energy field, since energy and space appear intertwined, and it is doubtful that you can separate one from the other. Three dimensional space, it would seem, is an energy state, and when we speak of the ‘curvature of space’ we are describing a gradient in allowable energy densities.
The block diagram above is a simplified schematic of an experiment that could be conducted out in space to confirm or refute the hypothesis that states that it is possible to achieve the of the orbital energy state apart from the usual mechanical means (thrusters and so on).
The grey object in the center represents an uncharged lithium battery, or some similar type of rechargeable battery. The yellow panels on the right are solar panels to be used in charging the battery, while the panel on the left represents LEDs which can be used to discharge the battery.
If such a device is in orbit near the International Space Station it would already exist near the borderline of its ‘escape velocity’, or what we would call the repulsive escape energy state. It is impossible to keep a space station in orbit without hovering either just above or just below this escape velocity.
Now we can see when we consider hot air balloons that it is an increase in energy density that creates the repulsive gravitational reaction, and so therefore the experiment begins by allowing the empty lithium battery, which is already on the borderline of the repulsive energy state, to begin charging its battery using the solar cell. As the lithium battery gains energy, it should begin to rise upwards. We can then test the hypothesis that the reverse is true and that a low density state is the attractive state by discharging the lithium battery using the LEDs, at which time, if this hypothesis proves to be correct, the rising of the lithium battery should stop and it should begin to descend.
It is important to note here that the lithium power cells must provide lift much like a hot air balloon does, lifting not just the gas but also the weight of the solar array, the LED array, and the box containing the battery, and so on, so therefore the weight should be kept as minimal as possible while the potential energy of the battery should be maximal for the best possible results in the shortest possible time.
The image above shows the altitude of the space station over the years. The station altitude is adjusted periodically using thrusters and as you can see it bounces up and down and the resulting graph assumes a zig zag pattern. We will assume that the station is kept just under escape velocity, and therefore it gradually falls, and is then boosted back up to begin the process again.
Should such an experiment prove to be successful, and I cannot think of a good reason it would not be a success, then it would pave the way for a cost free way of maintaining the orbit a space station, one which does not rely upon imported rocket fuel and thrusters, but rather uses the energy of the sun to lift, when lift is required, and radiant energy to lower when lowering is required, with the space station being supported by a virtual ‘energy balloon’.. If a computer were to perform the computations millions of times per second then we could imagine a space station maintaining a perfectly stable orbit rather than rising up and then falling down and then rising up again, and so on and so on.