Energy Evolution Program

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Behind The Curve Ball: The Very Small, The very Large, The very Far

Light – the Radius of Reality
Not for naught are we repeatedly revisiting contemporary science’s various expanding, yet disconnected, views of the very large, the very small, the very far (or near) (or in between) – termed microscopic, mesoscopic, macroscopic scales, each with their independent and outlandish set of laws and theories blocking major advances and progress towards breaking the ‘light barrier’ and achieving ‘field propulsion’.

In 1947, Chuck Yeager, an American test pilot, was the first person to break the sound barrier. Sixty eight years later, we are not even in the ‘possibility’ consideration of breaking the light barrier. And we will not attain it until self-realization sets in and unites the three segments (scales) into the one curve of natural law showing the simple ease by which antigravity, FTL, field propulsion, and countless other possibilities can be achieved.

"Physics beyond the Standard Model" embraces the theoretical developments needed to explain the deficiencies of the Standard Model, such as the origin of mass, neutrino oscillations, matter–antimatter asymmetry, and the nature of dark matter and dark energy, as well as the fact that the Standard Model itself is inconsistent with general relativity, to the point that one or both theories break down within known space-time singularities like the Big Bang and black hole event horizons.

From the Standard Model assumptions of wave/particle duality, to entanglement, simultaneity distortion, statistics vs cause/effect, missing unified field theory (along with the above mentioned), we note the major flaws are due to ignoring the radius of reality (radius of curvature of all natural law), LIGHT, the quantity C, and its affects upon the interconnected, mutually dependent natural laws of space time mass matter energy gravity.

***It is perfectly possible to produce a negative gravitational field between the earth and a given object on or near its surface by the proper application of moving electric charges.  Such a field would be effective only with respect to the given object. All other matter in the vicinity would remain within the positive portion of the curve.  ***The positive and negative charges of the protons and electrons, when united within the neutron, are not discernible as charges but exist as energy which produces the gravitational field. ***Eventually the neutron drops into the nucleus, and 'delayed fission' occurs, again demonstrating the fact that it is not the impact of the neutron, but its presence in the nucleus, which results in its expansion.   The expansion and subsequent condensation into several simpler atoms is a completely random process.  Many simpler types of atom can, and do result from the condensation, in each case however, the smaller atoms cannot contain as many neutrons in proportion to the number of protons as the larger atom, so there are always several neutrons left over.  This phenomenon, if carefully examined and considered, will furnish several strong clues to the nature of gravity itself.

Simplify the following examples of the very large, very small, very far with the Light Radius:

The Very Large

The Very Small

New analysis shows a way to self-propel subatomic particles

The self-acceleration of a particle predicted by this work is indistinguishable from acceleration that would be produced by a conventional electromagnetic field.  It turns out that this self-acceleration does not actually violate any physical laws—such as the conservation of momentum—because at the same time the particle is accelerating, it is also spreading out spatially in the opposite direction.  According to further analysis, that this self-acceleration produces effects that are associated with relativity theory: It is a variation on the dilation of time and contraction of space, effects predicted by Albert Einstein to take place when objects move close to the speed of light. An example of this is Einstein's famous twin paradox, in which a twin who travels at high speed in a rocket ages more slowly than another twin who remains on Earth.   Read more at:

The Very Large (or Small)

This image combines over 800 terabytes of information collected by theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, renowned for his work in astrophysics and gravitational physics and incorporates his theories on how light may actually bend once it has crossed the event horizon of a black hole (now known as Kip Thorne Distortion). The film's special effects team included Paul Franklin who worked with Thorne to incorporate his models of how black holes warp surrounding time and matter, using the processing power of their massive graphics renderers to put the data into visual perspective: “We found that warping space around the black hole also warps the accretion disk… So rather than looking like Saturn’s rings around a black sphere, the light creates this extraordinary halo.” -Paul Franklin.  As you can see, this new black hole simulation strongly resembles and supports the model that Nassim Haramein developed starting well over a decade ago, a toroidal structure where information is passing BOTH WAYS across the event horizon in the only 2 directions that exist in the universe: in and out. Equal and opposite, as above, so below.   Learn more about "black wholes" >

The Very Small

Do "large" objects play by different rules? But it could also be that footballs obey completely different rules than those applying for single atoms.  "There are two different interpretations," says Dr. Andrea Alberti of the Institute of Applied Physics of the University of Bonn.  "Quantum mechanics allows superposition states of large, macroscopic objects. But these states are very fragile, even following the football with our eyes is enough to destroy the superposition and makes it follow a definite trajectory." But which of the two interpretations is correct? Do "large" objects move differently from small ones? In collaboration with Dr. Clive Emary of the University of Hull in the U.K., the Bonn team has come up with an experimental scheme that may help to answer this question. "The challenge was to develop a measurement scheme of the atoms' positions which allows one to falsify macro-realistic theories," adds Alberti.

The Very Far

What do we ‘see’ at +/- VC energy differentials of space time mass matter energy gravity – across scales micro, meso, to macro - Even though they captured the radio wave burst while it was happening and immediately make follow-up observations at other wavelengths, they found nothing. But did they discover anything?  "We found out what it wasn't. The theories are now that the radio wave burst might be linked to a very compact type of object - such as neutron stars or black holes 
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Nonlinearity of physical law

The Very Small

Soon to cross over the great micro meso macro divide? Was one ion dead, the other alive? By the 'curve' of the light, the quantity C, we will someday see.  

Scientists tame Schrӧdinger’s cat for a new type of quantum computer 

Physicists at the University of Sussex have tamed one of the most counterintuitive phenomena of modern science in their quest to develop a new generation of machines capable of revolutionizing the way we can solve many problems in...  more

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