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What is gravity?
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What is gravity?
What is gravity is a difficult question. Newton wrote a classical equation
F = G Ma Mb/ RR
Where G is the gravitational constant Ma and Mb are two masses and RR is the distance between them squared. This equation was verified by the attraction between two heavy metal balls. It also proved true to calculate the orbits of planets. Einstein came along with his general relativity which enabled us to understand the motion of Mercury and the bending of light around the sun. His results were good.
Yet the answer of what is gravity has been unknown. I produced the time of the universe from the hydrogen atom using electrical equations. The equations tell us that the atoms are radiating. An electrical force is compared to the mechanical force between two atoms as per Newton.
Do the electrical equations represent gravity or are they merely the effect of gravity. Newton’s equations are not gravity. The same is true of Einstein’s equations. They are the effect of gravity.
We push an object and it resists us. Why? We can write fancy equations but they do not give us the answers. There are two parts of gravity. There is the radiation of dot-waves from the light speed Co dimension to the light speed Cs dimension. This loss of energy from our dimension into the higher light speed dimension produces a back pressure. Momentum is lost as energy is lost and this causes a compressive force upon the Earth or any material body. In effect we send out our energy into the higher dimension and the reaction to it is a force of gravity. That is one component and we can write equations to represent this force. We can assume that this is the entire cause of the gravitational force.
However the other component of gravity is due to the oscillation of material particles between the light speed Co dimension and the light speed Cs dimension. If you look at the Earth, it has billions of billions of oscillating atoms. In many respects this looks like white noise. The net result is that this complex disturbance is pushing against the Cs dimension and the Cs dimension is pushing back against us. This gravitational force is a spectrum of waves.
The Earth has a spectrum of noise type waves and the sun has a spectrum of noise type waves. As we move away from the Earth and the Sun, we find that the spectrum of waves combine at a distance. This forces the Earth into an orbit.
Horror upon horror! We can write simple electrical or mechanical equations of gravity but the main cause of gravity is an interaction between our two light speed dimensions.
The two lead balls in the lab are oscillating and producing a noise spectrum. They are pushing against the light speed Cs dimension and the light speed Cs dimension is pushing back upon them.
You have an object that is standing still. It is oscillating and pushing against the Cs dimension. The Cs dimension is pushing back upon it. Now you apply a force and push the object. You have a stationary gravitational field and now you must move it. As you push against the object, the field in the Co dimension pushes back upon you but the corresponding field in the Cs dimension also pushes back upon you.
When we try to explain the laws of physics from a single light speed solution, we fail to truly understand how things work. Yet things become clear when we realize that the laws depend upon a higher dimension to ensure that they work.
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