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« on: 15/06/2009 12:58:59 »
          SECTION 7-6: THE GRAVITATIONAL FORCE VECTOR

     The cause of gravity is the loss of photonic energy from matter. As the energy flows out of matter in the form of photonic dot-waves, the universe expands and a backpressure occurs upon matter.

   Some of the energy flows out within ordinary photonic emission. This breaks down into photonic light components and photonic gravitational components. Thus one component of the redshift is photonic gravitational energy. Some of the photonic emission is directly in the form of bipolar dot-waves.

   Let us now understand the gravitational force vector. If we look around the sun we will find that planes of photonic bipolar dot-waves surround it. The force of gravity is a vector perpendicular to the planes of the photonic dot-waves. Thus gravity is a skin effect force.

   First let us understand that a photon is an electro-motor. It is a bipolar electro-magnetic field. The plus and minus dot-waves within the photon move in a straight line by gyroscopic action. They start at a point of 1.616252E-35 meters radius, which is the Plank radius. They build up to a maximum radius while moving at the speed of light C to the next point. As they move they spin. This gives them gyroscopic stability.

   Photonic dots will travel the universe. However they will also hit other photonic dots or mass particles. The angular vector component of the conservation of linear momentum is not conserved during these collisions. This is because only the sum of spherical momentum plus linear momentum plus angular momentum is conserved. Therefore the photon can emerge from these collisions at any vector angle.

   Sometimes the photon will have the same energy level. Often the photon will lose dot waves and thus split into two different photons. Some of the photonic dot-waves will end up in a plane parallel to the surface of the earth. These photonic dot-waves will form the gravitational field.

  Dot waves have a start at a Plank radius and end at a Plank radius. Now it is clear that another important property of dot-waves is that they tend to join each other at the Plank radius. Thus at any particular point in space-time we can have the junction of 2 or more dot-waves. In fact you can have a hundred different dot-waves at any point in space-time.
 
   The photonic gravitational field can have dot-waves of different energy levels all joining at the same point. Thus the gravitational field can comprise a spectrum of energy levels.

  Each dot wave wants to travel in a straight line. If we look at the fields around the Earth we could produce a multi-face polygon to show the paths that the individual dot-waves want to take. However each dot wave wants to continue on a straight-line path. Therefore there is a compromise which occurs between all the dot-waves which enter a point.

   The interaction of the dot-waves at any particular point in space-time demands that linear momentum is not conserved. The result is that the dot-wave gyroscopic motors are forced to bend. Each Plank radius point develops a force vector pointing down to the Earth. Thus the bending of the dot waves to form a spherical surface necessitates a gravitational force vector at every point in the universe.

   No law of physics is violated because only the total momentum law applies to every point in space.

  (Spherical + Angular + Linear) Momentum = Constant.         (7-21)

  Equation 7-21 is a repeat of 7-15 applied to the gravitational bipolar gravitational dot-waves. This law enables a change in direction of the linear dot-waves. As they change direction, the three momentum vectors change. This enables the photon to change path. Then it resumes its normal straight-line motion. Finally as it reaches near the next dot point, it changes again according to equation 7-21. The result is that a continuous force vector appears on the surface of the gravitational photonic field.

  The cause of gravity is the loss of energy per unit time of mass. The mechanism of the gravitational force is the skin effect. The photonic gyroscopic motors change their momentum vectors to enable many photons to enter and leave the same point. They can all arrive at the same point at different times. They could form standing waves at that point.

   Photons can travel and pass through the point. Often they will merely form standing waves. They will reach the point and return to the previous point. Thus a large part of the gravitational field is due to photonic standing waves which form layers of skin all around the Earth.

   The moon also has these layers of skin. As the moon is within the gravitational field of the Earth, all the photonic force vectors of the Earths field act upon the moon. Thus the moon is pushed toward the Earth by the photonic force vectors.

   The Earth does not pull the moon toward it. The tightening of the photonic skin effect of the Earth pushes the moon toward the Earth. It is like the Earth is surrounded by billions of billions of flexible rubber bands. The bands are always under tension and always tighten and pull the moon toward the Earth. Therefore the Earth does not pull on the moon. However the Earths gravitational field does pull on the moon as it tightens.

   There is no action at a distance. The photonic dot-waves surround the Earth and it is these photonic dot-waves which produce a force vector which pushes the moon toward the Earth. Alternatively we could say that the photonic dot-waves pull the moon toward the Earth. It does not matter how we phase the action because it is the photonic field of the Earth and not the Earth itself, which does the job.

   Therefore the force of gravity has now been defined in terms of the photonic dot-wave theory.

 


 

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« Reply #1 on: 15/06/2009 21:02:27 »
I didn't glean from this that gravity was a result of the expanding universe. Do you have two different notions?
 

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« Reply #2 on: 15/06/2009 21:20:14 »
I didn't glean from this that gravity was a result of the expanding universe. Do you have two different notions?

I thought you would notice that. I put it in because that is part of my multi big bang theory. However even without an expanding universe the gravitational vector will still work.

   The only problem I see if that some of the photonic shells will lose  members ( almost like our friend W"s theory.) The constant decrease of mass/energy replaces the lost elements.

  Well I awoke this morning with this vector. There is a lot of things happening at the Plank radius. The gravitational forces are very strong.
From your work, you bend the photons to produce charge.  So the idea went into my mind and suddenly spherical planes of photons are bending, not to produce electric charge as such but to produce the gravitational field.

   The planes of photonic waves will tend to minimize their size. Thus they have surface forces which shrink the waves sligtly.  The photonic waves thus bend and this is the vector force which we measure as gravity.
It is basically your idea (or others as well) of the bending of the photons. It is my idea that the photons are gyroscopic devices like an electric motor. When I decided that they must meet at a common plank radius point, I had to bend them like you do. Only slightly.
    However it is not a single wave or junction of two waves which bend. It is the intersection of huge amounts of waves meeting at the common point. Thus the waves themselves are forced to bend. They must meet at a smooth junction and not a point like a roof.

   So now it looks like I have a mental picture of the gravitational field. You deserve a good part of the credit.
 

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« Reply #3 on: 15/06/2009 22:16:39 »
Well; you're still thinking anyway. :) Speculation can run rampant. I suspect that the photons consist only of electric and magnetic amplitude change. When I read your description of dot waves, I see photons. :)
 

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« Reply #4 on: 15/06/2009 22:57:45 »
Well; you're still thinking anyway. :) Speculation can run rampant. I suspect that the photons consist only of electric and magnetic amplitude change. When I read your description of dot waves, I see photons. :)

My electro-photon has a surplus of either negative or positive charge. My ordinary photon is a balanced blend of the two. The only question is whether you can separate the plus and the minus in the balanced blend.
Do they become something else? The graviton?
   You like to assume that the balanced blend is everything. However as far as the gravitational field is concerned it appears that gravity is a surface tension.

  That would help explain why the universe appears to be a surface rather than a sphere. If gravity is surface tension, then the universe would turn out to be a perfect sphere as per my dreams.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 16/06/2009 12:44:54 »
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You like to assume that the balanced blend is everything. However as far as the gravitational field is concerned it appears that gravity is a surface tension.
I read your objection but it didn't change my concept about gravity. My own speculation about alternative theories began as an attempt to understand why we must abandon the concept of flat space-time. That was such a compelling thing that there must have been a very compelling reason. It turns out that there was no compelling reason to abandon the concept of flat space-time. The Lorentz version of the cause of relativity phenomena works just fine. Einstein offered no cause, just easier maths. And you must then accept the crazy notion that empty nothingness can possess a property that can allow it to expand, contract, and change shape. To me that is complete utter nonsense.

Edit: I realize that I am in the minority here; most physicists sign on and readily accept variable space-time. I was surprised that you would accept it.
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« Reply #6 on: 16/06/2009 13:43:24 »
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You like to assume that the balanced blend is everything. However as far as the gravitational field is concerned it appears that gravity is a surface tension.


V: I read your objection but it didn't change my concept about gravity.

GG:My surface tension theory is only one day old. I need a few weeks or months to feel comfortable about it. It was just a new idea I awoke with. I like it but time will tell how I feel about it.

V: My own speculation about alternative theories began as an attempt to understand why we must abandon the concept of flat space-time.

GG:  Okay.

V: That was such a compelling thing that there must have been a very compelling reason. It turns out that there was no compelling reason to abandon the concept of flat space-time. The Lorentz version of the cause of relativity phenomena works just fine.
GG: I always preferred Lorentz until recently. I always thought Einstein was wrong. I wrote my Doppler Space Time based upon Doppler equations, which produce the exact same equations as Einstein.

V: Einstein offered no cause, just easier maths.

GG: I came to realize that Einsteinís equations produce the best mathematical fit to a more complex non-linear solution. His curved space-time really only describes the interaction with the gravitational field. Now as I see gravity as a surface force it become more clear to me that light will flow around the sun as it follows surface gravitational planes. Thus Einsteinís Equations are a very close approximation to gravitational reality. Therefore Einstein produced an excellent mathematical fit to reality.

  Einstein did not show that the forward mass field is stronger than the rearward mass gravitational field. There he did not understand a very important point.

  The other problem is that the Michelson Morley experiment is null and void. It proves nothing because the gravitational field adjusts the speed of the photon as it nears the Earth. The photon does not travel at constant speed. Relativity is therefore false. The differential photonic speed is delta Earth speed verses the sun. As the photon nears the Earth, it becomes connected to the Earths gravitational field. Therefore all along the way the differential speed decreases. By the time the photon reaches the Earth it speed is C relative to the test instrument. Therefore the experiment is invalid. Einstein did not realize this.

V: And you must then accept the crazy notion that empty nothingness can possess a property that can allow it to expand, contract, and change shape. To me that is complete utter nonsense.

GG: I do not have empty nothingness. Space is filled with dot-waves and the more dot waves in space the larger space is. As all stars disintegrate in the future space will be a maximum size. Then it will contract toward a pinpoint. Actually the minimum size will be the Plank volume times the number of protons in the universe.

 

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« Reply #7 on: 16/06/2009 13:48:18 »
I don't understand why you give so much importance to the Planck spacial dimensions. Is it something that just feels good, or is there an underlying reason for it?
 

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« Reply #8 on: 16/06/2009 15:28:18 »
I don't understand why you give so much importance to the Planck spacial dimensions. Is it something that just feels good, or is there an underlying reason for it?

 As I started to study Plank, I came to realize how brilliant he was. Several professors criticized my work for not building on the work of others. Therefore I eliminated my minimum dot size in favor of Plank's.
 

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« Reply #9 on: 16/06/2009 15:33:17 »
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As I started to study Plank, I came to realize how brilliant he was. Several professors criticized my work for not building on the work of others. Therefore I eliminated my minimum dot size in favor of Plank's.
Okay; that makes sense. I think you might also make more headway if you avoided creating new particles. Your theory would work just as well if you just assigned the dot-wave qualities as special properties of the electromagnetic field. You would probably only need to give the field a little tweak to  bring it into compliance.
 

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« Reply #10 on: 16/06/2009 16:53:04 »
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As I started to study Plank, I came to realize how brilliant he was. Several professors criticized my work for not building on the work of others. Therefore I eliminated my minimum dot size in favor of Plank's.
Okay; that makes sense. I think you might also make more headway if you avoided creating new particles. Your theory would work just as well if you just assigned the dot-wave qualities as special properties of the electromagnetic field. You would probably only need to give the field a little tweak to  bring it into compliance.

It is not necessarily a new particle. One could argue that it is the smallest quanta of the electromagnetic field. Sometimes I define it as a focal point. Since you believe that the entire universe is the electromagnetic field, just as I do, then I ask you what is the smallest quanta of the field. What is the smallest mass possible. What is the smallest charge possible?
   If you can find the smallest quanta, then the electron is composed of so many quanta. The proton is composed of 1836 times the quanta of the electron. The photon is composed of much less quanta.
  Therefore from my viewpoint, I break the universe into the dot which is the smallest quanta.
 

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« Reply #11 on: 16/06/2009 17:03:06 »
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If you can find the smallest quanta, then the electron is composed of so many quanta. The proton is composed of 1836 times the quanta of the electron. The photon is composed of much less quanta.
  Therefore from my viewpoint, I break the universe into the dot which is the smallest quanta.
An electron comprised of one wave length of gamma radiation resonating in a loop one wave length in circumference is one quantum of energy-time. If it takes two dot waves to make a photon, and a dot is one quantum wouldn't that make a photon two quanta?
 

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« Reply #12 on: 16/06/2009 17:16:41 »
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If you can find the smallest quanta, then the electron is composed of so many quanta. The proton is composed of 1836 times the quanta of the electron. The photon is composed of much less quanta.
  Therefore from my viewpoint, I break the universe into the dot which is the smallest quanta.

The charge of my high energy dot wave is 5.39E-37. It takes 2.9718E17 minus dot-waves to make the charge of an electron. I have broken the quanta of the field to a very small number.
An electron comprised of one wave length of gamma radiation resonating in a loop one wave length in circumference is one quantum of energy-time. If it takes two dot waves to make a photon, and a dot is one quantum wouldn't that make a photon two quanta?

 

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« Reply #13 on: 16/06/2009 17:17:51 »
Sorry I messed up the quotes again.
 

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« Reply #14 on: 16/06/2009 17:22:49 »
The Red photon (Red Fraunhofer line) consists of

  # Bipolar Dot waves = 1.87E9

  Therefore there are almost two billion bipolar dot-waves within the Red photon.
You show pictures of the photons as fancy waves. In order to produce these waves you need to break them down into quanta. The photons have a huge number of quanta.
 

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« Reply #15 on: 16/06/2009 17:33:43 »
I'm talking about real quanta. A single photon is one quantum by definition.
 

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« Reply #16 on: 16/06/2009 17:42:46 »
I'm talking about real quanta. A single photon is one quantum by definition.

That presents a problem. If we add photons for example

Energy = h(f1 +f2 +_f3 _+  ...............)
A single photon can become a million lower energy photons;
  Where do we stop?

  I stop at the longest wavelength photon possible which is 2 pi times the radius of the universe.
 

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