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Nuclear Gravitational Field Theory

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posted on Mar, 30 2009 @ 10:58 PM
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There is this guy Ken Wright who has come out with this theory of his. He proposes that the gravity we observe and the strong nuclear force that binds atoms is one and the same. His idea is to harness this quantum atomic force, amplify it, and then use it to warp space and time to travel faster than light.


The purpose of this evaluation is to demonstrate the “Strong Nuclear Force,” which holds the protons and neutrons together in the nucleus, and gravity, as defined by “Newton’s Law of Gravity,” are one and the same field. A qualitative and quantitative analysis of each of the fields, using the principles of Newton’s Law of Gravity, Electrostatics, Quantum Mechanics, and Einstein’s General Relativity Theory, is performed to complete this evaluation. Albert Einstein dedicated his life to developing the Unified Theory. However, in accordance with the official record, he was never able to come to a complete understanding of what Gravity was before his death on April 15, 1955. If the official record is correct, it must be assumed that Albert Einstein failed in his quest to fully understand Gravity and develop the Unified Theory because he never fully accepted the principles of Quantum Mechanics. Therefore, Albert Einstein never developed a General Relativistic Quantum Mechanical model of the nucleus and the atom.


Source: Gravity Warp Drive

My observation here as a layman is, how are we going to amplify the strong nuclear force? Are they really one and the same? Do we have the complicated navigation system required to keep track of our space travels, assuming that we are able to warp spacetime using artificial gravity?




posted on Mar, 30 2009 @ 11:11 PM
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Reminds me of the Bob Lazar video about UFO propulsion



posted on Mar, 31 2009 @ 01:04 AM
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Good thing this falls into the thread of "New World Order". Other than that, nice find. Starred for your technological interests.



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