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There's a way to combine Newton’s, Einstein’s, Schrödinger’s, Dirac’s and Maxwell’s Laws, Theories and Equations with the use of subspaces, spinning singularity that are space within space.  In fact our space exists as an interaction of the subspaces.  A dark matter particle consists of a single subspace while matter / anti-matter particles consist of two subspaces which creates the curved space-time gravitational effects.  I showed an entirely different way to show nuclear particles using equal parts of matter / anti-matter particles.  As an example the electron particle is composed of two matter particles and one double size anti-matter particle.  Have an entirely different look at the universe. Get my book for $5.



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« Reply #1 on: 22/12/2008 00:26:03 »
Here's some additional information.  Einstein's gravity was a simple for every point in space there is a correction in space and time to account for gravity.  This is due to the curvature of space around a dual subspace pair that creates an elemental particle.  However this is just the static view.  There's energy that could be riding on the gravity due to construction properties of the two subspaces, I.E. the subspaces are perpendicular to each other.  Because of this fact the two vibrations are also perpendicular to each other, I.E. one is electrical and one is mechanical.
There's more, Newton's F=MA is due to objects existing across the time axis. 
And there's more still, life exists because it exists across the time axis with order and awareness because of precognition and post cognition abilities as shown by Quantum Mechanics.
Too bad I can't show you my theory.    ::)
 

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« Reply #2 on: 22/12/2008 05:22:43 »
Err..why can you not show us your theory? Is it because you expect us to fork out money for it? That is generally known as spam.
If your 'theory' has legs then I would expect to see it in one of the physics journals. Can you give me a reference so I can look it up?
 

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« Reply #4 on: 22/12/2008 16:07:45 »
Didn't think $5 was too much to ask for almost 40 years of thinking.  But nobody has any money left now anyway so I am putting everything for free at a free web site where people could get to it.  It's not the money so much as the time.  I feel like I have something that's real, but no journal is interested.  I am not one of the good old boys.  I disagree with the concept of using Object Oriented Programming techniques for Physics.  Assigning attributes like color and direction is arbitrary.  My concept is simple.  The building blocks of the universe are themselves universes. Singularities where they are infinite in size in the center and small on the outsides.  They hit each other on their boundaries and push until they agree on the boundary size. This creates the universe that we see.  Gravity, electricity, nuclear forces all come from this force which is geometrical.   
OK I will admit that I need help.  (Stop laughing - I didn't mean it that way) ;D
I would like a serious review of the theory.  It's been in various places on the internet for 10 years and I have never received any comment for or against it.  I need a math expert to develop the math.  Or maybe the concept of a unified theory is dead now.  Too bad. There is a lot of energy locked up in a charge.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 24/12/2008 02:06:18 »
OK My site is up - subspaceuniverse.  See my thoughts for free.    :)
 

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« Reply #6 on: 07/12/2009 14:41:43 »
I am giving away downloads of the two books I developed describing this model at newbielink:http://stores.lulu.com/walkerdb [nonactive] . And there’s more to these books than physics. Life actually exists within the subspace.   Awareness has to do with infinite speed light traveling an infinite distance within the subspace.  The ordering that is contained within our bodies exists because of this awareness.  The awareness within is life and energy. 
 

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