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VloggerDome #10 Physics


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Published on May 9, 2015
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Episode 9 Transcript:
So welcome to this tenth edition of Vloggerdome the TV show. This episode we are going to do something a little bit different we are going to talk physics. Yes, science. Instead of philosophy but the really the same thing. They are both efforts describe the truth. Philosophical subjects deal with things that are kinda immaterial. Relationships and such and physics kind of deals with the material. It's all material in the end, in the sense that relationships are created by material facts. but anyway it's all a description of the truth and ahh … so we, have a description of our physical reality. quite different from the one you might have heard of, the quantum and, the … the bent space and the time dilation. Explained with a real model instead of just obscure abstract mathematics “aamm” so “umm” there's a website and other information. Post the link in the video somewhere. Where further information will be
provided and “ahh”, this description will “uhh” this description, is the first edition it will be edited and enhanced as time passes but hopefully I can get through it and without being too confusing. So to begin. The universe and gravity, forces ... all the forces really just one
force and they are just extensions of it. So magnetism, electricity gravity and the nuclear forces holding atoms together. they're all made of one thing, a pushing directional pressure that surrounds us right now in the universe. The universe is really just made of bits of things and when the bits of things are all pointing in one direction. Or a group of
them are pointing in one direction we call that: energetic. When they're somehow contained and their directionality is equal in all directions and they group. When they have a balance in their direction we call that MATTER. Because is not doing anything it's not imbalanced in one direction. And it is basically just a collection of these bits of energy, but the bits of energy just surround us. Is what gravity is made of, but gravity is not in what you think it is. Gravity is not a force affecting matter: Big blobs of things. Gravity is affecting the smallest things inside of you. We can sorta see an example of that, in that there's an asteroid belt that was at one time a planet now it's been smashed into a bunch of little different sized pieces. Those pieces still orbit just as if they were a planet, because the gravity holding them to the Sun is exactly the same. Is affecting little bits inside matter not the big bits. Doesn't matter how big something is. just matters that there is Atoms in it and that those atoms are the constituent parts: protons neutrons and electrons which are really being affected by the force of gravity. So the idea is that ... these bits have ... do nothing in and out themselves except exchange directional information. They do not get bigger or smaller, they don't move faster or slower so think of them as little arrows and they are moving in all directions at all times as a … a mass of them of equal pressure in the part of the universe we .exist in. And they don't really … they can't do anything like get hot or ... they can't can get smaller or bigger all they do in interactions is exchange directional information one will be going one way, one will be going another way. They will intersect and one will still be going that way AND one will still be going that way, as if nothing happened. But something would happen if you consider that one is changed in its direction, even though the end result is the same. It is not quite the same, so this is the first almost paradox of reality is that, we have this circumstance, where there's an interaction that can be perceived as being invisible essentially or visible, dramatic. So something changes its direction [say] by ninety degrees or nothing really happened.

And that's the mechanism of the universe, the function of the universe. The function is that really it's just directional information being exchanged once things get established in a circumstance. so think of it as: if you're in the sea of things going in all kinds of directions the only ones that would be relevant to the ones that would hit you. So you took out the image of the ones that didn't hit you weren't going to interact with you. You would see all the ones
that will are coming in straight lines from some location. And like light beams from stars, they are coming at you in a straight-line and … almost like the opposite of how you think of a light bulb radiating electricity... or light. You can think as ... the effect of the force is essentially on you is just the arrows that are going to hit you are always going to be coming from somewhere in a straight line. And … then you get the idea this idea of pressure, becomes kind of real ,anything has a location so anything that has a specific location. It would always have pressure from the things that will interact from it and that pressure will be even in all three dimensions. So the idea of gravity created by this force is basically a “shadowing effect” . That the little bits
inside of the atom can block some percentage of this pressure in the sense “block” in a sense interacts with it. And directional information is exchanged. And when all that takes place there's a shadowing effect. Its … this inverse square rule of gravity which means, as you get ... as you double the distance the force will be one-quarter and vice versa if you half the distance the source becomes four times as strong. That's how gravity, magnetism and electricity work. And that that is basically a force reflective of straight line vector force application. So any force it would be applied by something moving in straight-line vectors would automatically create this effect. And so it provides an intuitive or common sense kind of understanding that ... this is what gravity is doing. It matches this idea of straight line force that some kind of photon or some kind of particle force would be creating gravity, magnetism and electricity. In the sense
that these qualities of these forces, these invisible interactions that we see ... do have as an effect … you know, they match the mathematics of gravity. so the idea that this shadow … get back to that, is that you created a lack of pressure in between something. If some element of the force from the exterior is blocked. That means that there's going to be ... more force on each other from what's being shot of. So 2 items 1 item will be shadowed by the other from the external force going one way, and the other item will be shadowing the force coming from the other direction and there's going to be an obligation for the items to be migrated towards each other in a sense that their internal structure will be changed. Their directional movement
will be changed and they will gain velocity towards each other by obligation, by obligation of the pressure. So to understand it further. Gravity is coming down through you it's
going through you, and directional information is being exchanged. There's no particles absorbed or destroyed, they just leave in a different direction. So a tiny percentage of all the stuff coming
down … on you, raining on you, from all directions; ... at any one moment. Is being blocked
by your structure. And the same from the earth, the earth is blocking a bunch of the arrows coming below you coming up and a percentage of those arrows. And so now you have
more arrows coming down, than you have going up. Which are forcing
the two into each other and it's not because they've collected these arrows is like I have said. They exchange the directional information which means I'm net. If you would think of me as being just a collection of arrows, when I mean gravity what's happening is that more of my arrows are being. Are exchanging for directional information in a certain direction. so there's more interactions in that direction which means more of my arrows, there's a
net imbalance. And it only has to be a tiny balance so we are talking one in a million that now gains this … you know,[SAY] exchanges this direction for … the down direction and so I have a few more arrows going down inside of me. Than I have arrows going up, which means in net. I move down. Now the earth is in my way but I'm still banging into it and it is still pushing back. So in theory I'm still … the atoms inside of me, the molecules are all bouncing essentially. And so they're still moving they are just moving up and down a lot … as the earth rotates, so this is why our … the GPS satellites have to be adjusted, because in theory they are supposed to run slower. (The clocks in the GPS satellites) Because they're further out in space and they are moving very fast. But the practical fact is that because we're in a heavier gravity than the
satellites and we are effectively bouncing up and down. Our clocks run slower. because we are traveling a lot more distance, and velocity is distance. Time is distance effectively. So if you have to travel more distance in a certain amount of time. You must have a higher
velocity to do it. So in this sense they we are moving faster than the
satellite's going ten thousand miles a minute, or an hour. (I am not sure, it does not matter.(
The point is: we're going faster even though it doesn't look like we are going faster because we are taking a longer route. Because we are bouncing more. The satellites are only bouncing like this [a little] because they are in a weaker gravity. We are in a stronger gravity so we are bouncing much faster. Anyway okay so this idea that directional information this ... this just to be sure of it. There is no exchange of energy. It is just an exchange of directional
information and it can come … you can look at it in different ways you can look at it as: interactions are invisible or interactions are dramatic. Depending on just how
you perceive it, and that is an interesting fact. Alright, to get to the basic mechanics of what holds an atom together. what holds electrons together, what holds a proton and neutron together.
These are just elemental parts and they all have gravitational, magnetic and electrical properties. And these are all made out of these arrows but the arrows have different character. That I will later explain … how its whole … how it is adding to the strength of the forces between atoms. That are different from the forces between sons and earth. Because they have this electric and magnetic components that are really the same force. Is the same arrows is just the arrows have a character and that … a subtle character which is called polarisation, but I will get to that.
So the thing to understand, okay we will do orbits first. That you can have also two kinds of orbits so if you can understand this, if you get the basic idea, this idea of the pushing force because you are blocking or shielding something from arrows. You can have two kinds of gravitational arrangements. One where there is a stationary (relatively speaking) object in the middle and something that rotates around, the shadow created by that stationary object.
A kind of gravity we don't see manifested or a kind of orbit we don't see manifested in the solar system but theoretically just as valid gravity. Would be 2 objects moving around
each other so they are both moving and they're just have an orbit that is opposite each other so they block each other all the time because they just keep rotating in exactly the same speed and always remain opposite. So theoretically our solar system could still function without a Sun if you just brought everything closer together and you had a and earth anti earth and an ati venus and an anti mars that was in an exactly opposite orbit. And they would still then be able to orbit each other on, based on shielding gravity constantly by being on the same orbital, having the same orbital momentum. And that is important probably in this structure of, atomic pieces like electrons, electrons may not have nuclear just its rotating around each other effectively. Alright, so back to the directional idea and and how it can … how you can understand,
how it can create these orbits these arrangements between the arrows. So if arrows
get into an arrangement it's like, like ... The earth for example every item that has a … in the solar system has to be in a certain speed for its size, its mass ... size for it to maintain its orbit . You know. If it goes faster, it will go too fast and escape the gravity of the Sun. If it goes slower the orbit will degrade and the it will fall into sun. The same is likely true for these “arrows” to be kept into some sort of arrangement, ends up being a kind of perfect arrangement. Where they're going the right speed. Which is always the speed of light, in the right mass: amount of them. And the right size: orbit ,lets just say. To be able to maintain that orbit so in the solar system you can change something’s ability to stay in orbit by just changing how wide the orbit is if you forced the earth into going into a wider orbit it will escape the sun’s gravity, and if force it into a narrower orbit … is probably the opposite okay yeah it will fall into the sun, something like that. Either way, you can get it. You have to have the right speed for the orbit you are in And this applies also to these nuclear forces. so if you can imagine these arrows exchanging directional information. Think of it right about things coming in this sort of even pressure. We
have to simplify it just because... it's you know, zillions of them. you can't even you can't draw 10,000 of the, so you just simplify it as an understanding that there is a net balance of pressure, and if you understand it that way you can understand how things can be in arrangements where that net balance just keeps them in a box. So to speak. And that just take that box a step further and call it a circle if there's enough facets on the box. And so you can imagine if the ... if it's made up of little bits it can look like a circle, but it's really just a bunch of arrows going a direction. And that they keep getting pushed effectively by these … by the pressure being applied. Alright so once you get that, that; that's the mechanism that creates an orbit then you can understand that orbits can have different shapes. They can be eccentric, the orbits of the planet's all all ellipses they are a little bit out of round. And this phenomenon of being out round is likely to be more ... more exaggerated ,even more of a problem, quote on quote. In atomic structure because of the graininess of the force application. It is not as fine. You know, gravity is a very, very ... it's like pixels in an image, If I give you an image only with 10 colored dots, you are not going to be able to resolve it, but if I give you a million color dots, you are going to be able so see the image. Is that kind of effect on the atomic level. These forces, these arrows have a much more, a much stronger emphasis. Each little arrow is very important in terms
of, maintaining something’s structure. And so you can understand that once you have this idea of say, a perfect circle of arrows circling each other. And I add to that influence in one direction. I add another one going in one specific way. That there would be nothing in the structure to account for that. If I don't change any of these external arrows. What I have essentially or effectively done is created an arrow that's going to keep repeating itself. And the object will just start rolling in a direction. Now you can also understand, that is, it just ending up being something that once you induce an extra bit, in one direction. That, that direction can also end up rotating by the same kind of force. So it just end up being a wobble that doesn't go anywhere. You know, a wobble that ends up circular. So it's almost like the dimensionality of this idea of having circles inside of circles, inside of circles and then you get to the big universe kind of orbits they're all just complexities of the same idea they are different you know. A much different size or resolution, of just the grain of thing itself, the thing is made kinda sand. And if you are looking at image from five miles away you don't see the sand. But if you get it from a foot away you are going to see the sand. And that's really the only difference. That there is, there's a
difference in property, you know. Based on how deep you are going, how... to the real source of the sand. The real Beach of the universe. So anyways these … so you can have two different kinds of this arrangement where something can be wobbling, in space. Or it can be moving in a direction, because of that same imbalance. So the imbalance can cause two kinds of configurations. One which has a wobble and one that has a direction. If it has a direction, we tend to call that velocity. Where the stuff that is not wobbling in place. Its wobbling more in one direction than any other direction. And that's essentially how you acquire velocity and is the reason that once you acquire velocity. Once you are moving, something needs to change that wobble inside of you. Something needs to add arrows to counterbalance the imbalance in a direction. For you to stop moving. And that is the nature of velocity.So ... I do not know if there is anything else I need to do on that one, but for now. I guess is just the analogies just to understand the size differences. I heard it said that The earth is to an apple , or an apple is the earth as an atom is to an apple. And you can probably do something like … you know, a quanta or an arrow, is to an atom, kind of thing. Is probably not that grainy but there's this idea of recognizing the scale difference. So I mean I can tell you that quanta is small, but it's really hard illustrate it. So dealing with photons, may be a way of doing that. You can understand that the spectrum of what we call the electromagnetic spectrum. I'm claiming there's no electromagnetic component at all. That photons, light, cosmic rays and radio waves are just made out of these arrows. They are just arrows with a specific frequency so the arrows that
make up gravity don't come at regular intervals. They do not have some … some partner who is exactly a certain distance away going exactly the same direction and where photons of light for example are basically arrows in the sea a of arrows that have a pattern that repeats. A pattern of distance, and all they really need for … to be recognized as a photon is to have a pair of them separated by a distance. That's called the period but it's effectively the same as wavelength of the frequencies. So when you hear about the frequency of light, its just
about how ...the distance between the photons, the little bits, the real little bits. The arrows, the quanta. So the distance between the quanta, the arrows is what we call frequency. And so things that are coming slower, which mean they are further away from each other. Are lower on this spectrum, and the things that are really close to each other, so there is more that can hit you in a given amount of time. We call: high-energy radiation. now so the difference between red light and blue light is on is about going about twice as fast as the red light is and so there's twice as much energy per second available if they were coming constant stream at their maximum amount. Their equal distribution and so that how you get different energy levels. A of understanding further I mean to understand that the ... these, that the relationships between
these discrete bits is so precise that things like radio waves, radio waves can really can have miles between the little bits. So between the little bits of the arrows there can be miles literally. Now, miles of difference and so you can think of that as it going by you at some. You know, one photon goes by and one three miles away goes by. And the trick is light is so fast 168 thousand miles a sec, that actually, even when they're three miles apart ... Well lets say 1 mile apart... One mile apart, these little tiny bits, as they stream by. 168 thousand of them pass one sec. So in that one sec 168 thousand of these things went flying by. If it was a very wide band radio. So that's the way to kind of understand this, this difference … and the other extreme cosmic ray, you know. You cant, I cant … any, any imagination you try to apply to even understanding how many went by in one sec would be a waste, probably would be a waste of your time, because imagination will still need, the speed… times the speed of Light Squared or something to really get the volume of stuff that is all around us this little container right here(shows small bottle) has universes in it. If you took all the stuff, if you could take every spec that we could see with a telescope every single dot of anything. That we could identify in the universe. There would be more, in just this (points to a box in space) of these arrows. This stuff moving. so the one feature of light. To get to light, is that it has this idea of polarization which says … which is it that it has a shape, it does not really matter whether it is a disk,a stick or even a domino flying. A flat domino. You can just think of it it's coming at you in a direction it is … it has an orientation as it moves a length and a width and so it can be in that orientation all that polarization. And it's a pretty well established fact that you make like a prison bars, you can think of it. if you try to throw a frisbee to the prison bars it flat, it will not go through if you throw it straight up, it will go through the prison bars. Well is same kind of idea like with polarization of this quanta of ... this applies to both light and gravity. Which are both made of the same arrow. This qanta and this is what's responsible for magnetism. So you know so as these … as these things flight through a magnet say we have a top and a bottom, you know, a North and a South. You can understand that stuff that's going through us, the gravity. And lets say ninety-nine percent never is effective, in the sense that nothing inside this exchanges directional information because most the atoms are empty space. There is nothing in them and so you have to go through an awful lot of them. Before you have a 50-50 chance of hitting something and so there's not a great chance. So most of the stuff in the universe goes right through us. Is only a tiny percentage changes talking about some sort of ... trying to illustrate you have to kind of understand on this level it, it... you only need tiny bit to change the function and what we call regular velocities we think it's going fast
if it is going 50,000 miles a minute. Or an hour. 50,000 miles an hour since really fast.
50,000 miles minute is preposterously fast sixty times that speed and if we get to this 50 thousand miles a second still only one-quarter the speed of light. So that is how fast is one third of the speed of light. So that is how you have to kind of understand that when we talk about
our velocities ... our velocities are nothing by comparison to the speed of light which all these little bits are moving. So if you had a million of these bits, moving in all kinds of directions. You add one arrow going in a direction and that will add up to. So one in a million change probably adds up to fifty miles an hour in terms of the rotational speed or orbit change will be created so we think of it as a lot of velocity, but its minor velocity that's theoretically possible. Just because light is so fast, this quanta, the speed of light is so fast. It's really the speed of quanta, so these one bits in the universe, these arrows. they go the speed of light they do not exchange any material anything except directional information to reiterate. So back to the magnetism, so these...that the stuff that is coming into you and its overall different orientations, polarizations. And what is effectively magnets doing is even the stuff that doesn't hit something it's changing its polarization so it's influencing it from this, to this. Its elevating or changing its orientation as polarized. So is not changing anything material about it except just changing its orientation which doesn't require any force or application of energy to do. Just requires structure and so the structure of magnetic materials are such the arrangement the atoms are such. That anything that goes through any quanta, that arrangement those bars like the jail cell. You can think of it like a frisbee if a frisbee went in an angle and it hit just the edge at the bars it would be straightened. And that's a fact of polarization, is that light can be bent into a new polarization. And likewise these gravitons or these gravity arrows can have their orientation likewise
change without any consumption or release of energy. So anyway the gravity comes into
these magnetic items. So we have a North and a South pole lets say. And gravity is coming in from all directions so it's beside all the gravity that is pushing you down, this is just the extra gravity. And in a magnet what is happening , gravity comming in say one side, the forces the arrows. Are converted to, when they leave, the odds are by proportion some significant number of them. More significant than the number used by gravity. A more … they have a higher probability that when they come out, they will be polarized in one direction. So the top part of my body is shooting out gravitons on this direction [vertical] and the bottom would be shooting in ths direction [horizontal]. And that simple change provides all the mechanism you need to create imbalances and pressure. Is that you can be more likely to interact, to have a directional change, with ones that have a certain polarization depending on your material structure. Ones of a certain polarization would have more effect on you, than the other one. And you will more likely absorb directional information from that item. And so that … so you can think of the force going in in this way at you, and they live i that direction. And what will change is some arrow inside of you, that would be going that way. So you will absorb direction, and that is what the magnets are doing. It is a way of magnifying gravity, in a sense. You can think of polarizing… polarization, there is a way of magnifying the significance, the reactivity of the gravitational force. Making it stronger, on the inverse case, making weaker. So there would be gravity that would be visible to polarization that has less effeect, and polarization that has more effect exchanging directional information. So you can unerstand that would create a magnified attractive force when the two poles are opposite to each other. And a magnified repulsion force when the two poles are facing each other are the same, producing the same thing that they are both more sensitive to, would force a greater pressure between them and force them apart . Where as if they where creating the polarization that they are invisible t, then they end up being pushed together. And so that is magnetism, and electricity, is basically in theory there is two phaces to the polarization. The first one-quarter to the peak, would be electricity
the second quarter to the base would be magnetism and that is where the two induce each other. Really is because they are the two halves of the same thing. Is basically … you can call it magnetism or electromagnetism. But is basically one thing, it just has to do with the ephase . whether it is from here up, or from here down. Its the difference. So I will not go too much into that because that parts … you know. You have to start dealing with a lot of math. And in terms of the induction, these two forces and the vector lines get kind of complicated. You can sort of imagine that a … what really happens with the field lines around a magnet for example. Is that those field lines are a representation, they are not a real thing. Just a representation of where there is vectors. One polarized this way, and one polarized that way, where and they intersect each other coming from the two poles. The two sides of the magnet. And where those 2 sides intersect, a neutral point, or the impetus, based on the angle. That something that no momentum would move parallel to that point. And so that is basically when you see a field line. What it really is representing is a bunch of little lines going in parallel. It is better tot hink of those field lines as little flat facets connecting to each other. The facet just represents that the space which indicate the pressure, would movement parallel to that line, straight up. But the force is is really just a bunch of straight line quanta moving at the speed of light. Magnets are essentially radiating , an intensity like a light bulb. They are radiating in straight lines a bunch of this force, and is just happens that the force. Irradiated from the top of the agent is different than the force radiating from the bottom half, in the sense of its polarization. It creates inbalances when it interacts with other items that are capable of identify… capable of reacting to different polarisations in different ways. And so the orientation, most of their atomic structure. Most of the atoms are going clock wise instead of anti clock wise. May be an explanation of why some polarization may be effective or less effective and the general matter. That is another thing to understand that the matter that we are made of, that the atoms are again, are just bits inside of something. So you can think like the electron is made of orbiting things, the proton is made of orbiting things, the neutron is made of orbiting things. Those things in turn are orbiting. The atoms themselves are orbiting each other, it is … it gets very complicated in term of the dynamics of the movement of all these items. But there can be structures where, when there is a molecular bond, when things are bound to each other, they are not really moving around each other. The electrons are effectively doing the movement, combining them. Where, they are moving through. .. cycling through each part of that orbit tying those 2 things together. The thing can still be spinning. but in rigid hard matter, most of the atoms have an orientation that may be very rigid, in terms of the think of it as a solar system, it would not just be completely wobbled. It would have a rigid connection to a place in space. And .. but there is still a lot of action around. Its entire exterior shell, is constantly in flux with the other, solar systems it is connected to or bound to. And so, instead of rotating. It is, it is, its exterior planets are creating a rotation around it. So that the center bits can be more stable. Less vibration, less movement,and the exterior bits can be doing all the movement. Slightly different style of explanation, I thought I would talk through some of the features of this theory and how it would affect, from the beginning from the nuclear forces. So I suppose the first thing to understand is that the pieces. All the they call particles now. Electrons are called particles but they are this quanta cught up in some sort of rotations. Very small, very distant from the nucleous. And the nucleous of theatom has some protons and neutrons, and they are dencer but they are also individual swirls of this quanta, so they are not discrete arts, they are not the quanta themselves. They are made up of something that is already a thing, matter. And they have already a gravity, they are already causing a change in the arrows as they go trough them. There is an effect, and the effects inside of nucleus … first thing, first thing you ought to understand too is that the bits are moving at the speed of light in the distances and the atoms ... will change, I mean. Light speed is such that they will not be instantaneous effects, because of the speed of light. In atoms it is going to mater. So the effects of something blocking, will not be where you think it would be, because it would take time for it to get there. So the force has a delay, it is real in the atomic scale where we do not recognize it because we are so much larger.
Snd so those ddelays arent realized in any kind of visual in any way we can see or appreciate. Basically the atoms are made out of three things, parts they say. hey can be made out of a lot of more parts and they are just doing the same thing as I just described before. These magnetic effects where they are creating polarized gravitons and causing attraction and repulsion between each other. And still the basic effect of gravity itself and all this effects are also … have this little bit of delay because of the speed of light built into them. And this is what is holding the parts into an arrangement. So these arrows come in and they always go out, they do not get captured. Magnetism electricity and gravity are not captured quanta. Where photons/light it ends up being part of the mechanism. So photons are how these parts get a little bigger or smaller when they gain mass. So gaining mass is different than being affected by a force. And the force effect is always .. whatever comes in something else has to go out. What is coming in is in one kind of direction, and what is coming out is in another kind of direction. And is basically all that these machines do, is collect direction. So it is basically the function of matter , is to collect directional information. And … so there is no energy transfer, there is no change in the disposition of the energy. Whether is going this way, or whether is going that way or wheter it is circling it perfectly. Staying in one position.

Uh I am back anyway, interruption. So this would… in combining chemistry to take this to the chemical level, once you establish these arrangements of these nuclear parts. The proton which is positevly charged, the neutron which is some other charge and the electron which is negatively charged. Which really means that you have this different polarization. One is producing this (1 o’clock) one is producing this (2o’clock) one is producing this (3 o’clock). And depending on what you are producing in terms of your polarization, will also affect what you are affected by and create all kinds of thuggin forces. Now when atoms combine with other atoms. And they talk about shared electrons, what is really happening is that there is a net charge in the atom itself and that charge is holding the atoms together. And is probably more to do with the protons that the neutrons being magnetically, electrically, statically and gravitationally connected to the other atoms, in the sense that it has a net arrow. It has a net directional arrow. The net directional arrow ends up being in the direction of the other thing because of this gravity. So there is always this … there is always a net balance of arrows around something. And that net balance will induce acceleration and that induced acceleration will create a velocity and that velocity will create a combination or connection. And there is, obviously there could be pressures involved in terms that you have to, say: two atoms that have separate velocities coming from different places and they were to bang into each other. Depending on their velocity you can sort of understand that there would be internal bounds that get hit, but there may be external magnetism they have to push through. So they end up going through one force and then some other force will bond them. And that has a lot to do with how atoms get bound. And once they have a breakthrough pressure and ones that they get through this breakthrough pressure they are able to remain constantly connected to each other. They end up in a stable relationship so that is what we are really talking about, is a stable relationship of the movements collectively. And the balance of the arrows stationary matter, what appears to be stationary matter. Its got always some acceleration somewhere as far as we know it, is just matter is trapped in arrangements that are stable and have no net imbalance of arrows . Right now I have an imbalance of arrows as I am being spinned. You know, as I am moving with the earth and I also have this imbalance being created with the earth. Pushing me down, pushing me up so my. So I am constantly, 10 times times a second a million times a second. I am being vibrated, too many up arrow too many up arrows constantly. And these are the forces holding atoms together.
Alright adding a little bit on acceleration. So the idea is that things end up moving in the world and at all levels of the world of material structure. And that movement is just an imbalance in this collection of things moving in a straight line and conforming to some pattern that is maintainable. Is hard to analogize but you could just imagine wave ripples in water or some other manifestation where is the same substance, just in a different configuration in places. And that is kind of this whole sea of little bits moving. What is really happening is that patterns form and if the pattern is the right pattern. It will be maintained by the pressure, the pressure will keep maintaining it based on the rules between this kinetic interactions between these little bits. And so you can have a lot of complexity that is just hidden inside of the movement. It just happens to be a certain kind of pattern that is repeatable the pattern keeps repeating because the pressure does not change it. And it does not change it in a way that breaks it. That makes it go back into chaos. So it stays in some sort of filter configuration. So if velocity … you have this sort of idea of something orbiting. And acquires more direction in a direction. Acquires more stuff in one way going one way, and that it ends up moving in that way, all of them. Just because of that bit of stuff changes the balance between them. The pressures are migrated through every interaction, and every interaction just moves everything. So when I move, all of my … all of the parts have to move, little nuclear bits every single one of them has to move with me. And they move because the arrangement, the pattern shifts. And as the pattern shifts the bits have to shift with it because the changes now … the pressure change goes to the new location and it is where it will be maintained. So with the acceleration what is happening. Some acceleration comes in and it changes some arrows, So one arrow is coming this way in the pattern (Vertical) an arrow comes in (Horizontal) and it changes direction to this direction (diagonally) . And it looses an arrow going the other way. The output is always out, when the stuff comes in. I am always radiating it back out again. In a certain sense it changes direction it bounces off, but again that is the duality here that you can perceive it as everything just going right trough. And the two outcomes are the same, but the real point is that this imbalanced structure is maintained. So when something has accelerated, there is a change in… so if there is 5 arrows coming this way and now there is six arrows going this way. And there is only 5 arrows going the opposite way in the structure, then there will be a net migration in the direction of the imbalance. So the imbalance just creates the impetus attendance overtime for the entire structure that is connecting to that thing through this pressure, that whole pressure field to migrate in the direction of that imbalance. And that is basically the nature of velocity, just the taking of that pressure and migrating it in a direction based on creating a net product. So again is always the same amount of energy, gravitons quanta arrows. Things moving at the speed of light in a straight line direction.There i a balance change, it creates a balance change so if there is more coming in because there is gravity at some side is being blocked … the arrows are being blocked from one side than the other. There is more coming from one side, it creates an imbalance it creates an acceleration. You are accelerating all the time by gravity, and if you did not hit the earth you would be moving faster and faster, and faster and faster. because you would keep gaining more arrows, those arrows going this way would be converted to arrows going that way inside of you. And the net migration of all yuor force balance would end up ... all the force balanced would have to move in that direction. So all that is balancing, connecting each one of my atoms to each other as the arrow goes int that arrow … directional information is essentially translated, and there is a little tiny … is essentially converted into a tiny little bit of movement along that direction based on how the orbits are all changed. One little tooth in the jagged orbit would be changed in the direction of the change.
A little bit on: Time Dilation. This is an important one so this theory Einstein … his relativity theories both general and special are wrong. And space does not bend time, time is changed. How time passes the clocks change the function changes based on velocity. And all velocities are absolutes, the ones where you are being accelerated to had a bunch of the arrows changed from say, this direction (Vertical) to this direction (horizontal). So now you have a net imbalance of say 10 arrows. Ten more arrows going this way, than you have going this way,and you have some sort of velocity. The implications of that are that these orbits that are being created have to travel more distance so I have … you can use the analogy that if you are doing a dance step and I told you to dance as quickly as you can. And then I ask you to move to the right or to the left as you where dancing. You would realise that you can not dance as fast, because you have to keep wasting a step to move in a direction. You are using up one of your steps. You are using up a piece of time to go in a direction to the right. And so you can not be dancing as quickly. And that is sort of happening inside of the atom. Its own metabolism has changed and the atom starts gaining a bunch of directional information. A bunch of extra arrows in one direction. Yes is just a change in the arrows that already existed, but that sort of indicated that now orbits would be much larger. So it is, orbits change from some sort of round, and change to something sort of oval. You can understand that the area would be different but that also the diameter would be different. And so there is more distance that has to be traveled. And distance equals time. So time ends up changing in the sense of all the functions of the atom that are dependent on orbits. The absorption of light and the things that take place. All of those functions are effectively slowed down. So if it was a clock or something, all the atomic bits are slowing down in the terms of their own metabolism. Which is creating a type of time dilation. Now this only gets serious. Like you know, seconds or minutes of time at incredibly fast speed. So you have to be going really fast, just to start having any real effect of this, lengthening of the amount of time it takes to do an orbit inside an atom. Based on the fact that the orbits have gotten longer, because they have been stretched out by this idea that it has to move in a direction. And so is not something that affects common matter. I mean, this pencil (A) can be moving, but is not really aging much slower than this one (B). But if I could move it, realistically really fast. 50 thousand miles a second or something. Then this pencil(A) would age slower, in the sense that the atoms would degrade and metabolize and do their orbits and do their interactions at a slower rate because the thing has been slowed down effectively. In terms of how it interacts with the rest of the world. How it … its own aging process, atoms do age over time. over thousands of years they degrade because of slight changes. Slight irregularities. So anyway.

As a final bit, I would like to say a little bit about the double slit experiment. Is very famous in physics kind of settled the issue whether light was a particle or a wave. I think it settled it in the wrong direction. So there is this idea of what is exactly a photon. And because of this two slit experiment, it was assumed it must have some sort of properties because it behaved very erratically. And so began quantum mechanics. A theory of structure, and so the photon was assumed to have this capacity to be magnetic and electric. And for it to display fantastic phenomenon, like to be in two places at once. do all kinds of things, based on this idea that it projected some kind of forward wave in front of it. Sensed its environment and then behaved accordingly. But anyway, I believe I have an explanation for that consistent with that theory. But also this was kind of the reason I started investigating some of this physics, because it just did not sound plausible that all that structure could be in something we know to be pretty simple in every other experiment. So the idea is that the … when you are using the single slit experiment and project light through it, there is some diffraction. And some of the light goes straight, some of the light is bent. Is like a prism in effect. And then when you do this two slit experiment you get this fantastic phenomena where there is a whole bunch of interference. Where there is a bunch of peaks and valleys where the light is … goes one place and then goes none and then some and none. And it has been left sort of unexplained as anything other than wave mechanics would interfere with each other what they call constructive and destructive interference. The idea of a photon destructively interfering does not make any sense because it violates conservation of energy rules. So anyway. so the idea is that you shoot this light through two slits and you get this different pattern. And so it should always be understood that this experiment was originally done in the 1800’s. And all of this theory was based on it, even einstein’s relativity theories are based on it. All of physics has been based on this kind of a wrong assumption .. wrong explanation for the phenomena. So the idea that the photon where interfering with themselves, its not really the photons, its the electrons that they interact with that gave the photons the characteristics they display. Or create a pattern essentially. So on the two slit experiment you have a light source that goes through a small aperture that spreads the light out. so you have a peak of light in the center and then fall off as you go away from that peak. That is usually how the experiment is done. So in the one slit experiment, you see… you get. This kind of, the light goes through and only a small percentage interacts with the slit material. And in the two slit experiment you have the opposite effect, where the most intense light is blocked by the impediment in the middle and the leftover intensity of the light the strongest light left over, goes right next to the slith material. So if the lith material is radiating a kind of force, it could interact with those photons and cause diffraction. So you have more diffraction. And so explains, in my opinion, the effect that you have a more intense pattern created in the two sith experiment. Is basically because the matter of the slits is creating as all matter does … the surface of my skin is bubbling with electrons and ions and different nuclear bits. They are flying off and being pulled back in by magnetism, static electricity and gravity. Those forces keep pushing them out and pushing them back in again. And light interacts with electrons exclusively as far as we know and so they are hitting the electrons and that is what is causing the diffraction. Because they are being reflected at an obscure angle because of the momentum of the particles that hit each other. The directional information that is exchanged is not as precise as the, this interaction (perpendicular) because the orbits of the electrons create a change in what goes in and what comes out. Has an obtuse angle instead of a 90 degree. So anyway, the idea is that next to the surface of something, if you travel through there you will hit particles and those particles will create a diffraction. Is a phenomena seen in lensing, the universe einstein described he blamed it on gravity and is not really gravity to … lensing in the cosmos is created because there is a huge … like around the sun there is a huge corona. A bunch of nuclear bits that fly off and are then pulled back in by the gravity and it's those bits that the light is hitting. And that is what is causing the diffraction.

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