## Thursday, 11 April 2013

### A reason for gravity, inertia and mass within an artist theory on the physics of time as a physical process

This video explains gravity as a
secondary force to the electromagnetic force.

Newton gave us the Universal Law of Gravitation
explaining the inverse square law of gravity. But he never explained why energy
should act on gravity in this way.

Then Einstein gave us the General
Theory of Relativity explaining a dynamic process. In the General Theory of
Relativity when an object moves the curvature of spacetime moves relative to
the energy and momentum of the object.

But even in the General Theory of
Relativity there is no explanation of why energy and momentum should act on
space and time in this way.

In Quantum Atom Theory an artist
theory on the physic of time as a physical process we have one continuous and universal
process at the quantum level of the atoms.

We see and feel this process as ‘time’
as a physical process of continuous energy exchange that is formed light photon
oscillation by light photon oscillation. Objects form their own time by slowing
up the rate that time flows relative to their own energy and momentum.

Gravity is not a real force at all object
just free-fall towards the greatest energy because it has the greatest time
dilation or the slow rate that time flows. In this theory mass is a by-product
of time dilation. When time slows down it takes more effort to move an object
from A to B this is seen as an increase in mass!

Also
Einstein’s equivalence principle between gravity and acceleration falls out of
this theory. Because energy and momentum have to increase for an object to
accelerate time dilation will increase relative to that acceleration. Therefore we have equivalence principle
between gravity and acceleration this will be felt as inertia in the
direction of the acceleration.

But above
all this theory gives us an objective understanding of ‘time’ with a past and
potential future that we can interact with turning the possible into the
actual!

Please rate, subscribe and share as it will help promote this theory!~

Labels:
acceleration,
Atoms,
Einstein,
Equivalence Principle,
Explained,
General Relativity,
Gravitation,
Gravity,
inverse,
Law,
Light,
Newton,
Photon,
Physics,
Quanta,
Quantum Mechanics,
square,
Theory,
Universal

Subscribe to:
Post Comments (Atom)

## No comments:

Post a Comment