The Unified Field Theory

A summary of the Unified Field Theory

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### Space-Time – The Luminescent Ether

Albert Einstein wasn’t perfect. One of the bad consequences of Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity was the introduction of some enigmatic notion about something called ‘curved space time’. Yes, did you know that you can curve the vacuum of space. Somehow that can be done.

Now let’s talk about ‘curved space time’. First imagine that you had two sticks with a rubber band on it, and you pulled the sticks apart so that the rubber band stretched. Next imagine that you had two sticks with no rubber band and you pulled those two sticks apart. Naturally it would be harder to pull two sticks apart when you have a rubber band on those two sticks.

Stretching the rubber band of space-time. Here we are assuming that ‘space’ is something rather than being nothing and thus can be stretched like a rubber band.

Now if you took two sticks with no rubber band on them you could wave them around where ever you wanted, behind your back, over your head. There is no rubber band to stretch on those sticks so you are free to move sticks all you want.

The image above shows how a mass like the earth curves space-time, with space-time being kind of like a trampoline that stretches under the weight of objects put upon it. When the red object moving in space finally reaches the edge of that curved space-time it will then roll down the hole onto the earth, following the geometry of the curves laid out by this curved space-time continuum. Einstein’s theory of gravitation consists of a materialistic mass based concept of gravity as being a function of the geometry of a curved space-time. The image above shows how an object in space would follow the lines of curved space-time and then fall down onto the earth, since the curved space-time line was the path laid on in space at that time.

In 1925 some scientists went out to test whether or not the curved space-time idea really was true. They waited for a total eclipse. According to Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity a star’s light would follow the path of curved space time close to the sun and would appear moved over in space for that reason. The experiment was a huge success and caused an international sensation as Albert Einstein rose to the world wide fame he still holds today. .

It is worth noting here that if we do have a curved space-time then we do not require a Unified Field Theory, because there is no way you can unify a physical ‘mass’ based property such as gravity, which is based solely upon physical geometry, with the energy fields. Those would be two separate things, and therefore do not require any unifying since there was nothing to unify.

A summary of the Unified Field Theory

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