Physics & Cosmic Order IV: Gravity, Quantum Relativity & System 3

Robert W. Campbell


System 3 prescribes a discontinuous universe as an alternative to the assumed spacetime continuum of General Relativity. Space and time are projected as a linear series of atomic space-frames alternating with orthogonal quantum frames that are unified in the timeless Void. Space and time are defined by light in each space frame, consistent with Planck’s constant. Since each space and quantum frame together defines one primary interval of time, they can be historically integrated by the introduction of historic coordinates. The mass-energy relationship of special relativity is defined by the relative box of this coordinate system. The Lorentz Transformations between different inertial systems are defined by the relative box with respect to the world box. Gravitational attraction between separate atoms results because atoms are separate in space-frames and united as one in the Void. This results from the inverse conjugate identities of space and quantum frames. The Coulomb force results from the universal countercurrent identities R1 and R2 associated with electronic charge in each atomic space frame that are united as photonic energy in each preceding quantum frame. Both forces reconcile unity and separation between quantum and space frames respectively in the same interval of time. The synchronous projection of atoms accounts for Mach’s principle as a primary distinction between inertial velocity and gravitational mass. Electromagnetic fields derive from the need for the universal set to span successive increments of space-time to link free electrons with their proton partners, consistent with Maxwell’s equations. The angular acceleration of galactic stellar populations tends to curve the integrated fabric of space-time at galactic centers with respect to their peripheries. This contraction of the integrated fabric of space-time drives fusion processes at stellar centers. Quantum relativity emerges naturally. New approaches result to celestial dynamics, cosmology and identity.

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