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Any entity with more than one property, must have underlying structure.
You can affect a field by distorting it in two ways, you can shake it (Waves) and you can create an embedment (gravitational well).
Quote from: Butch on 30/09/2018 13:36:56You can affect a field by distorting it in two ways, you can shake it (Waves) and you can create an embedment (gravitational well).Hello Butch, Why do you only consider two ways ?
While giving some thought to the standard model several things occurred to me...1) Any entity with more than one property, must have underlying structure.2) Fermions and bosons represent very different particles (I will elaborate).3) If indeed point (1) is valid then consequently at the quantum level there can only be a single field.You can affect a field by distorting it in two ways, you can shake it (Waves) and you can create an embedment (gravitational well).I proposed to some colleagues that a true particle was an embedment in a gravitational field and that a photon was a wave propagation in the same field, there immediate objection was that gravity cannot be blocked, my responses was "Can a gravitational wave be blocked, attenuated or reflected?" The only answer to this inquiry was "Good question".So I went on with my minds exploration of the nature of quanta, it has brought me to what I have dubbed the proto-particle. What seemed a simple idea has taken on monstrous proportion and I find that I will need a great deal of help evolving the model of the proto-particle. I will present it in small digestible pieces and wait for comments. I thank you in advance for your participation.The proto-particle is a gravity well and nothing more, at a single point its mass density is infinite. We can plot this as gravitational force, however distance as the x axis presents an unknown quantity. I have found it more useful to plot it as escape velocity in units of 'c', 1 on the x axis then being the Schwarzschild radius. I will pause at this time to receive comments.
What your doing with the current a-priori definitions for time and space is an excellent way to tackle the unknowability of gravity.....define a "proto-particle", as you have. You're essentially labelling a red-herring, gravity, in the quantum world. Its a good idea, yet what do you think the obvious obstacles are? For instance, is not what the "Higgs" particle aimed to offer the same as your proposed "proto-particle"?
Have you asked anyone who's worked on the Higgs particle theory?
...... It is polarized! I have not described charge in this particle yet, but I am beginning to see the path to it.Understand this particle has all these properties exhibited by a single field... the gravitational field.
So we have -- 3 self orbiting singularities of bent space time tells spacetime how to bend (inferred).Which came first, the spacetime, the bending of spacetime, proto-particles, or proper particles (mass)?