Imagine if you will, from the following posted glimpses gaining a foothold towards a unified macro, meso, mirco, reality, (albeit each still burdened with their respective, but required, artificial, supporting descriptions such as black holes, wormholes, time tunnels, great attractors, dipole repellers….) just imagine, being able to realize the common micro meso macro denominator, from a viewing point rather than separate ‘flat’ points of view, running throughout the scale-fractal invariance realities. The need for artificial constructs to explain reality would then become null, as the ‘flat’, current view of E=MC2 transforms into its 3D clarified version, and light, the quantity C, is seen as possessing a significance far greater than attributed.
In theory, if you fell in one side of a wormhole, you’d appear on the other side almost instantaneously, even if it happened to be on the exact opposite side of the Universe. But wormholes aren’t just portals to another place in the Universe, they’re portals between two times in the Universe. Like Carl Sagan once said, “You might emerge somewhere else in space, some when-else in time.”
In a recent paper, a Stanford theoretical physicist develops a new equation, one which indicates that the key to finally connecting general relativity and quantum mechanics is found in bizarre spacetime tunnels called wormholes.
One of the most stubborn problems in physics today is the fact that our two best theories to explain the Universe – general relativity and quantum mechanics – function perfectly well on their own, but as soon as you try to combine them, the maths just doesn’t work out.
But a Stanford theoretical physicist has just come up with a new equation that suggests the key to finally connecting the two could be found in bizarre spacetime tunnels called wormholes.
The equation is deceptively simple: ER = EPR.
It’s not made up of numerical values, but instead represents the names of some key players in theoretical physics.
On the left side of the equation, the ER stands for Einstein and Nathan Rosen,and refers to a 1935 paper they wrote together describing wormholes, known technically as Einstein-Rosen bridges.
On the right side of the equation, EPR stands for Einstein, Rosen and Boris Podolsky, who co-wrote another paper that year describing quantum entanglement …… more
“find gravity inside quantum mechanics.”
Nassim Haramein's paper "The Schwarzschild Proton" presents a new solution for the mass of the proton giving a result that is much heavier than the one standard model predicts. While the standard proton has a mass 10 to the -24g, the proton that Nassim Haramein's equations describe have a mass of 10 to the 14g : a difference of 38 orders of magnitude.
The different measurements occur due to two different ways of measuring the mass of the proton. The standard model ignores the energy-density of the space itself that exists inside the atom through a mathematical trick called "renormalization", whereas Nassim Haramein appropriately accounts for the energy-density of the space itself inside the atom, giving it a much larger value.
The resulting mass shows that the proton itself obeys the Schwarzschild condition of a black hole and has enough mass to actually be considered a miniature black hole itself. The standard model is only accounting for the mass as observed from OUTSIDE the proton, whereas Nassim is accounting for the mass inside the proton which includes the mass dilation that occurs INSIDE the event horizon of the mini black hole. Mass increases exponentially if it is spinning at a rate that approaches the speed of light inside the event horizon of any black hole (black whole).
When you place both proton measurements into a graph and compare the proton mass vs. the proton radius along with many other known objects in the universe, a linear relationship of mass vs. radius pattern arises. The Schwarzschild proton fits in perfect alignment with all other objects on all scales in it's relationship of mass vs. radius, whereas the standard model proton falls way off the graph. The proton, the sun and the galaxy are all centered by various scale black holes, all centered by singularity.
Everything in the universe is centered by stillness. Space-time curls like water going down the drain to the singularity in the center of black holes on all scales in the infinite scalar tetrahedral geometry of fabric of the vacuum...
For more details, see the "The Schwarzschild Proton" paper and "Scale unification: a universal scaling law" paper themselves:
Until now, scientists assumed that a dense region of the universe is pulling us toward it, in the same way that gravity made Newton’s apple fall to earth. The initial “prime suspect” was called the Great Attractor, a region of a half dozen rich clusters of galaxies 150 million lightyears from the Milky Way. Soon after, attention was drawn to an area of more than two dozen rich clusters, called the Shapley Concentration, which sits 600 million lightyears beyond the Great Attractor.
Now researchers led by Prof. Yehuda Hoffman at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem report that our galaxy is not only being pulled, but also pushed. In a new study in the forthcoming issue of Nature Astronomy, they describe a previously unknown, very large region in our extragalactic neighborhood. Largely devoid of galaxies, this void exerts a repelling force on our Local Group of galaxies.
“By 3-d mapping the flow of galaxies through space, we found that our Milky Way galaxy is speeding away from a large, previously unidentified region of low density. Because it repels rather than attracts, we call this region the Dipole Repeller,” said Prof. Yehuda Hoffman. “In addition to being pulled towards the known Shapley Concentration, we are also being pushed away from the newly discovered Dipole Repeller. Thus it has become apparent that push and pull are of comparable importance at our location.”
Putting it all together
The far more fundamental and simpler definitions of space time mass matter energy gravity become mandatory:
- The Quantity C: Possessing a Significance Far Greater than Attributed
- Gravity – As Viewed Through the Radius (VC)
- Space as Observed through the Curve of Radius Light
- Matter and Mass – Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass
- Beyond A Uni-Dimensional Perception of TIME
- The Nonlinearity of Physical Law