The Unified Field Theory


Evolution starts by increasing discreteness. This aspect of evolution covers the whole realm of physics. Discreteness evolves from

  1. Frequency of disturbance to
  2. Resonance as reinforced frequency to
  3. Particle as collapsed resonance.


The subject of physics started from observation of the motion of planets and other heavenly bodies in the sky. The fundamental property associated with these bodies was mass. So, physics evolved within a frame of reference based on mass. This aspect of physics was rounded up by Newton in the second half of 17th century.

Another aspect of Physics emerged in the beginning of 20th century when Einstein formulated the Theory of Relativity. This theory established the speed of light as a universal constant. The concepts of space and time could no longer be conceived as independent of each other as it was in the frame of reference based on mass. The frame of reference of Physics had now shifted from mass to energy.

NOTE 12/05/19: Both mass and energy are forms of substance.

Following the above development, another aspect of physics evolved very rapidly during the first quarter of 20th century to explain the observations made at atomic dimensions. This aspect was called Quantum Mechanics because it did not have a well-grounded theory, and was based primarily on mathematical models. It seemed to have a frame of reference based on resonance.

Physics has long been trying to come up with a unified theory that can bring these three aspects of physics together. We may make some progress in that direction by relating the frames of reference of Theory of Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, and Newtonian Physics on a scale of increasing discreteness. On this scale space shall have zero discreteness.

Energy (frequency) obviously is disturbed space; resonance is reinforced frequency; and mass (particle) appears to be collapsed (folded up) resonance. We may be able to use space as a reference point for all these frames of references.

Thus, if we can reformulate the Theory of Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, and Newtonian Physics using a frame of reference based on space, we may be able to come up with a unified theory. This is the idea underlying the Disturbance theory, which is currently under development.

Granted the above ideas are very sketchy and are nothing more than conjectures at this stage, but they provide an overall coherence within which a unified theory may be developed.


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  • vinaire  On October 14, 2016 at 6:19 AM

    Maybe this transition from resonances to mass needs to be looked at more closely. This makes Quantum Mechanics a very exciting area of current development.

    So we have these electronic shells around the nucleus of an atom. How does the transition occur from the very first electronic shell to the nucleus?

    There are two electrons, or resonances, in the first orbital, eight in the second orbital, and eighteen in the third orbital around the nucleus. Beyond these orbitals the resonances seem to dissipate into frequencies of disturbed space.

    Going inwards towards the nucleus the number of resonances is shrinking, and the radius of the orbital is getting smaller. Maybe the resonances beyond the two resonances of the first orbital have collapsed in the nucleus. It is a limiting condition because we cannot represent it as “zero orbital”. It is a situation like factorial zero, which equals one. So, here we have “zero orbital”, which kind of reduces to a single collapsed resonance, or a particle.


  • vinaire  On October 14, 2016 at 6:20 AM

    The Law of entroy is based on a partial view of the universe.It only takes into account the physical aspects of the universe. But the universe is much more than just its physical aspects.

    When we look at the evolution of discreteness, we see an increase in order rather than disorder. There may be an initial disorder in terms of the space being disturbed in all different ways. But all these disturbances start to interact and settle down in some orderly fashion.

    There start to appear constructive and destructive combinations among disturbances, There appear nodes of zero frequency, standing waves, moving patterns, resonances, etc. All such patterns start to settle down into patterns we call atomic structures.

    So we see a movement from disorder towards order, which seems to contradict the law of entropy. On the other hand, we have the process of evolution that follows the Law of Alignment. This law has a natural tendency to seek continuity, harmony and consistency. This law takes into account all aspects of this universe, whether physical or metaphysical.

    Ultimately, it is the Law of Alignment that underlies the law of entropy. It is probably a better statement of the law of entropy. The law of entropy, which seems to point toward increasing disorder, is only a myopic view of what is going on.


  • vinaire  On October 14, 2016 at 6:35 AM

    The Disturbance theory may be able to explain the charge on an electron in terms of “distortion” of space due to resonance. When that resonance collapses into “solidification” of space, this charge seems to reverse.

    It must be undersood that both “distortion” and “solidification” are similar to patterns that we see in flowing water. There is no substance there that is permanent. Space is probably flowing in and out of these patterns.

    There seems to be a direct relationship between “distortion” and “solidification” as if they are two poles of a magnet. So, if one changes, the other changes too in some way. We talk about an independent single negative charge, because its corresponding opposite charge may be far away and not seen as associated with it.

    It is possible, therefore, that negative charge is some sort of a pattern of “distortion” of space; whereas, the positive charge is some sort of a pattern of “solidification” of space.


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