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Aufbau Lawsor "A" LAWS or Unified Field Laws
Stephen Hawking was asked, "Do you think it will be possible to produce a Theory of Everything (Unified Field Theory)?"
"I give it a fifty per cent chance,"Hawking answered. Source
Mass is the measure of inertia. Inertia is resistance to change position.
Ernst Mach said our inertia and mass comes from all the entities in space that surround us.
The electron has quantum numbers. This shows the electron has substantial resistance against changing its position.
The electron has slight mass. The electron gets substantial inertial qualities from same frequency electrons surrounding it.
Therefore our inertia must come from same frequency items that surround us and inertia must be frequency conscious.
Quantum theory shows us this is a frequency universe.
This means everything is built from spherical standing waves.
This leads us to some simple frequency laws.
Using these laws you must see every spin, orbit system as a separate space-time frequency realm.
And you must consider surrounding items of the same frequency.
Scientists fail to see some important things.
In magnetism and chemical binding, electronsATTRACT each other when their closest sides are moving in the SAME direction.
These laws are correct because, aMINIMUM of space-time is produced between vector waves that are IN PHASE.
By visualizing each spin-orbit frequency reference frame separately, these"A" Laws break down complicated multidimensional problems into an understandable three dimension reference frame.
These laws agree with general relativity. They show force as a distortion of space-time.
Aufbau Lawsor "A" Laws or Unified Field Laws
*The 1st. "A" Law shows us where all objects in relative motion produce the least space-time between themselves:
The space time interval is created theLEAST between any two objects, the closest sides of which "see" themselves spinning or moving on parallel paths in the SAME direction at the same frequency (like gears meshing) or a close harmonic thereof. You can also say these two objects will ATTRACT each other.
*The 2nd. "A" Law shows us where all objects in relative motion produce the most space-time between themselves:
Both space and time are created theMOST between any two objects, the closest sides of which "see" themselves spinning or moving on parallel paths in OPPOSITE directions at the same frequency (like gears clashing) or a close harmonic thereof. You can also say these two objects will REPEL each other.
I use the quoted word "see" to emphasize the world in which these entities actually find themselves.
And please don't forget this:
Why electrons, stars & galaxies repel each other
In 1966 I showed that all of our electrical laws can be attributed to the electron having gyro torque. As the attracting force begins to act, it causes the 90-degree gyroscopic torque toTWIST both totally free electrons AWAY from this initial attracting position.
So because of this gyro torque, two free electrons can never remain in a full attracting position and they will therefore be forced to stay more in aREPELLING position. Therefore free electrons will always end up repelling each other and this repelling is not explained by using this thing called charge: it is explained only by simply using inertial qualities and our new Laws.
This explainscharge and the cosmological constant (Einstein).
Use the principle of equivalence (Einstein). We cannot discern theFORCE of gravity from an accelerating contraction.
Neither can we discern thecosmological constant repelling FORCE from an accelerating expansion.
We have thisFORCE out there. We do NOT have an accelerating, expanding universe.
We need a paradigm shift from what the universities are telling us.
ThisFORCE gives us a steady-state universe.
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Daniel P. Fitzpatrick Jr
Over 4 Decades of Daniel P. Fitzpatrick's Books, Papers and Thoughts
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