Newton, Einstein & Quantum Mechanics

Newton-Einstein
Reference: Disturbance Theory

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The scientific method represents only part of what defines scientific thinking. It covers the research into the physical aspects of the universe only. When it comes to researching both physical and mental aspects of the universe, it requires mindfulness. The criterion of mindfulness is the establishment of continuity, harmony and consistency in what is observed. This is the establishment of objectivity. The scientific method is a “sub set” of mindfulness.

The scientific method limits objectivity to physical phenomena. Mindfulness, as defined above, extends objectivity to all phenomena. This difference is clearly accentuated in how Einstein and Descartes looked at space. Einstein’s approach characterizes the scientific method, whereas, Descartes approach characterizes mindfulness. Please see, The Problem of “Empty Space”.

Einstein tried to address the mental aspects through his “thought experiments” but it fell short of mindfulness. Einstein did make great strides with his thought experiments but he failed to connect the finite speed of light with light having a finite amount of inertia. His theory of relativity addresses material systems only using light as a reference point of “zero” inertia. This approach works for material systems but fails for the atomic region for which the inertia of light cannot be ignored. The lack of understanding of the concept of inertia is the basis of the lack of unification among Newton, Einstein and Quantum mechanics. Please see, The Problem of Inertia.

Here is my take on gravitation from the viewpoint of mindfulness. A force exists in a field because of a frequency gradient. Electromagnetic forces exist due to frequency gradients in the lower gamma region, which is the region of electrons. Nuclear forces exist due to frequency gradients in the upper gamma region, which is the region of neutrons and protons. Thus, the nature of force depends on the area of the spectrum where the frequency gradient occurs. Please see, The Spectrum of Substance.

Matter approximates the very high frequency at the upper end of the electromagnetic spectrum, and space approximates the very low frequency at the bottom. The frequency gradient stretches with distance in space, and this appears as the force of gravitation.

The above explanation follows from a classical reasoning. In this approach mass comes about due to the collapse of very high frequencies in the nucleus of the atom. This represents the gradient at the upper end of the electromagnetic spectrum.

The above reasoning also explains space as a very low frequency electromagnetic field that dilutes the overall frequency gradient, which expresses itself as gravitational force.

The Higgs Mechanism is a product of a mathematical approach that lacks an underlying physical theory.

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  • vinaire  On January 22, 2018 at 11:44 AM

    Gravitation is not something that can be quantized because it is a dilution of frequency gradient over large extensions.

    The electromagnetic force operates over short extensions in the lower Gamma region. The nuclear force operates over very short extensions in the upper Gamma region. The gravitation force is not something different from electromagnetic and nuclear forces. Instead it is a combination of them that is diluted over large extensions. That is why the gravitational force appears to be connected to mass because in mass there are atoms, and in atoms there are concentrated electromagfnetic and nuclear forces.

  • vinaire  On January 23, 2018 at 7:09 AM

    A massive body is like a very complex “pulse” moving through a field. The more complex is the “pulse” the slower is its motion through the field. Thus there is resistance to motion related to complexity of structure. This is inertia. We may say that the motion of the pulse is balanced by its inertia. It appears that with lessening motion there is increasing curvature to the path of motion.

    High inertia and greater complexity seems to be related to high frequency gradients. The frequency gradient is very high at the center of atom, which appears as nuclear force. The center of atom is surrounded by lesser frequency gradients, which appear as electromagnetic force. A massive body has a very high frequency gradient at its surface where it interfaces with the surrounding field. Higher density and greater surface area contributes to the overall frequency gradient.

    When two massive bodies are at a distance from each other, the frequency gradient spreads out between them. It is the tendency of the frequency gradient to even itself that generates the force of gravitation. Thus mass, inertia and frequency gradients are related to gravitation and force.

  • vinaire  On January 23, 2018 at 7:23 AM

    Massive bodies gravitate toward each other. But they also have a uniform motion relative to each other due to different inertia. Thus they end up having a curved motion relative to each other. This may end up in the balanced state of bodies revolving around each other.

  • vinaire  On January 23, 2018 at 10:19 AM

    QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT

    A pulse with little inertia moves at near infinite speed through the field. As inertia increases with frequency the pulse slows down. It is like the wavelength decreasing with increasing frequency.

    So wavelength is the distance covered instantaneously. This explains quantum entanglement. It is the instantaneous effect over a wavelength. Quantum entanglement has to do with very low frequencies, where the wavelength is very large.

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