A Unified Field Theory
Is it possible for an object to fall (either falling up or falling down) in a gravitational energy field, without an exchange of energy taking place? Is gravitational acceleration only apparent and just a relativistic effect resulting from the tight binding that exists between energy, space, and time?
In the model above we see spatial contraction and spatial dilation being modeled by different length lines, with a wave length of light becoming more ‘blue shifted’ the more contracted the spatial gradient becomes and more red shifted as the spatial gradient relaxes and becomes more dilated further from the center of the energy field. The clock is placed upon a turtles back on the left side of the image, to indicate that time is running slower in contracted space, while a faster clock is indicated where space dilates, on the right.
A relative velocity scale is shown along the top, in that an object falls at a speed of ‘one’ in dilated space, and then ‘accelerates’ to a speed of ‘five’ by the time it reaches the bottom of the gravitational field, where space is more contracted.
Now even though space contracts and dilates, each one of these spaces is ‘the same space’. The speed of light does not change in each space, and only the wave length changes. The rate of the passage of time is becoming slower and slower the deeper one goes into a gravitational well of this sort. Could it be the case that objects, which have to cross the ‘same space’ in the ‘same time’ must appear to accelerate in order to do so. If you have ‘less time’ and must cross the same amount of space in that allotted time, would it not be true that you must ‘step on the gas pedal’ as it were. Could this acceleration then just be a relativistic effect, and only apparent. If this is true then it could be that objects fall in gravitational fields (in either direction) without any direct exchange of energy taking place to provide the fuel for ‘acceleration’ since nothing is really accelerating.