Friday, 26 October 2018

Holy Grail of Science One Equation One Universal Process

From the stars above us to the cells within us this theory explains a
universal process of energy exchange that can be represented by just one equation: (E=ˠM˳C²)∞. This equation
represents the
Holy Grail of physics as an emergent geometrical process in just three dimensions with one
variable in the form of time. With energy ∆E equals mass ∆M linked to the
Lorentz contraction ˠ of space and time. The Lorentz contraction ˠ represents
the time dilation of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. We have energy ∆E slowing
the rate that time ∆t flows as a universal process of energy exchange or
continuous creation. Mass will increase relative to this process with gravity
being a secondary force to the electromagnetic force. The c² represents the
speed of light c radiating out in a sphere 4π of EMR from its radius forming a
square c² of probability. We have to square the probability of the
wave-function Ψ because the area of the sphere is equal to the square of the
radius of the sphere multiplied by 4π. This simple geometrical process forms
the probability and uncertainty of everyday life and at the smallest scale of the
process is represented mathematically by Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle
∆×∆pᵪ≥h/4π. In such a theory we have an emergent future unfolding photon by
photon ∆E = hf with the movement of charge and flow of EM fields. This gives us
a geometrical reason for positive and negative charge with a concaved inner
surface for negative charge and a convexed outer surface for positive charge.
The brackets in the equation (E=ˠM˳C²)∞ represent a dynamic boundary condition
of an individual reference frame with an Arrow of Time or time line for each
frame of reference. The infinity ∞ symbol represents an infinite number of
dynamic interactive reference frames that are continuously coming in and out of
existence. At the smallest scale the Planck constant ħ=h/2π is a constant of
action in the dynamic geometrical process that we see and feel as the passage
of time.

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