Notes To Modulating the Gravitational Curve:
· The natural laws of Gravity, Space, Time and Energy are not absolute and independent entities.
· Gravity, Space, Time and Energy are variable factors, each having a value which depends upon the value of the others.
· Using the constant C as the kinetic energy equivalent of the mass energy of matter, we note that there are positions and conditions in which the effect of a natural law (Gravity, Space, Time and Energy) will reach zero value with respect to a given reference point, and that beyond these positions and conditions, the law will become negative, reversing its effect with respect to the observer.
· The size and shape of the curve of one law (Gravity, Space, Time and Energy) is dependent upon the value and position of the others.
· Provided that we convert to equivalent units (of Gravity, Space, Time and Energy) to enable reason, measurement, and application
Examining carefully the reaction of the atomic nucleus to various changes in mass and charge, the pattern for the modulation of the gravitational curve from positive to negative, can become self evident. Specifically so, because of the fact that the shape of the gravitational curve is modified not only by the mass present but also by the number and position of the electrical charges. Beyond that, it should not be too difficult to work out a means of polarizing a gravitational field.”
As negative gravitational fields have been shown specifically to exist (StarSteps), both within the atom and at inter-galactic distances, a question ascends, how can we place an object/transport vehicle/space ship within the negative portion of this curve, with respect to the earth? The answer goes back to the fact that the natural laws are not absolute, but relative. That is, the size and shape of the curve of one law is dependent upon the value and position of the others. We have seen that the nucleus of the atom of uranium 235 dips below the zero line with the addition of only one mass unit, making a total of 236, yet the nucleus of the atom of uranium 238, although close to the zero line is still on the positive side of the curve because of the fact that the shape of the gravitational curve is modified not only by the mass present but also by the number and position of the electrical charges.
(“Lest someone charge us with ignorance by pointing out that there are the same number of electrons (92) in each of these atoms, we will make haste to state that we refer not only to the charges in the outer shell of the atom but to those within as well, and especially to the fact, not always realized, that the neutron possesses both a positive and a negative charge, although when united within the neutron they are not discernible as charges, but exist as energy which produces the gravitational field.”)