posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 07:37 PM
I'd like to share with you my work below. Don't dismiss it because I know you'll find it interesting.
What I've discovered is very interesting which is why I'm sharing it with the linked paper above. My intent is to make you aware of some interesting
findings and spark interest in a new radically intuitive theory. The paper is a hypothetical study into the relativistic symmetry between celestial
and quantum objects strongly alluding to the Universe being fractal in nature. It gives some unexpected mathematical coincidences directly linking
mass to charge which as you would suspect is of significant interest. Two coincidences in fact which are further compounded by the circular reference
to the paper's hypothesis. Coincidences which I strongly believe cannot be ignored.
Many professionals I've shared this with are blown away. They called it the missing piece to the unification of physics and it comes from a
misconception of one of Einstein's equation pertaining to relativistic time, mass and the application of scale. It currently states that time of the
traveling observer slows down and mass increases compared to the stationary observer. This is incorrect! The equation isn't wrong but it's initial
conceptual derivation and how it was interpreted is. Time increases by the Einstein's equation which doesn't mean it slows down it means that for
every 1 sec passed for the stationary observer, the traveling observer's passage of second's will increase by a factor given by the equation.
Scientists misinterpreted this so incorrectly it has stifled and continues to stifle the progress of science for a 100 years and made it impossible to
unite relativistic and quantum physics ever. I find it hard to believe that with so many amazing minds not even one of them thought that perhaps
things were being read backwards. My paper takes Einstein's theories and expands on it and what I've found is overwhelming...the mathematical
unification of physics.
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Again, don't dismiss this because this is the real deal.
All I'm looking for is awareness not acceptance.
Share my work freely with your friends, colleagues, teachers and professors.
[edit on 3-9-2009 by MainframeII]