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General Theory Of Meta Feild Relativity

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posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 11:51 PM
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Ok, one more time from the top.

At the centre of the galaxy there is a big gravitational source, it sucks in atoms from the left, right, front and back. The particles are speed up to the point of losing mass and expressing the lost mass as energy. It throws and receives sub atomic particles out the top and bottom, occasionally a few atoms may miss out on the atom deconstruction process and get a ride with the sub atomic particles, not too much though and just a small percentage.

These particles then travel along a field loop, this can be described as an ellipse that connects the top and bottom of the galaxy centre. As the field loop curves around the ellipse, it twists similar to a ribbon. The twist effect is represented in the way the speed, mass and charge of the particles all relate. The meta field contains the expelled mass and allows it to transition between energy and matter states. Where things get interesting is at the opposite end of the ellipse from the galactic centre. The interseting bit is that the polerized energy (mass = energy) is creating a "connection" directly with source (black hole) and are influencing atomic charges in atomic structures.



matter destroyed and speed up by blackhole and expelled = super "liquid" energy
meta field loop = path for super "liquid" energy
meta field twist = super "liquid" energy "twisted" from plane of interaction
perpendicular area = super "liquid" energy "twisted" into plane of interaction
matter = super liquid energy vibrating nuclus and inducing electron orbit
dark energy = area where meta field is horizontal to plane of galaxy and out of plane to source (black hole)


meta = information
field = container
energy = force
matter = substance
loop = cycle
twist = dynamic relationship

Lets try the sun, great video by the way.




posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 04:26 PM
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now for the sun
there is a charge potential equlization at the flat plane of the galaxy disc this is why the flat plane exists, the equalibium between the upper and lower galaxies.
first we will start outside our helio bubble
the helio bubble is attracted to the energy contained in the meta feild attracted like inert gas is to a light bulb filiment. the charge equalization occours inside the helio bubble at the core of the sun, the helio bubble being like a "path of least resistence" for the meta field and the shape and nature of the helio bubble concentractes the effect of transition of the meta field throught a focusing onto a small point where the charge equalization occours. this core is expressing energy from the meta feild
back into mass from the slow down and collitions at the equalization centre (energy = mass)
into energy at various wave lenghts (solar emitions)
plasma
and solar meta fields

so literally think of the heliospherical bubble like a light bulb/spark plug the two potential volatages enter opposite from one another because the medium "focuses" the field at its center, the potential "pressure" or voltage is discharged like a spark plug and massive electro static forces are created.
the first effect of the electrostatic discharge is to "draw" or "attract" lighter atoms to the filiment or core of the discharge like a gas atom is attracted to an energetic release of electrical energy. the gas acts like a shield for the process and the gas is electrically charged from the electrostatic release of energy allowing plasma to be released.
the meta fields created from the black hole interacte at the core with mass through the "liquid plasma" gas and are twisted 90 degrees from source very close to the corona and ark out to the heliosphere at which point they again turn 90 degress and terminate.
the interesting point to note is does the focusing affect of the bubble increase the effect of the discharge?

the other interesting point is the solar systems meta fields act slightly differently than the galaxies meta fields
in that there are elipses and outward curving meta feilds interacting in the same area of transition
the outward curving meta feilds are projecting the release of energy from the sun to the helio boundrys
the helio shock is where solar wind drops from over 1,000,000 km/h to aprox 1,500 km/h.
this is an example of a meta field terminating at a masive release of energy.

so in the solar system you have your elipses (on a much smaller scale)
and you have outward projections of meta fields how do they interact?
well again it comes down to weather they are twisted into the corect plane to interacte with each other.

xploder



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 01:18 AM
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On the top side of the galaxy we will give this a +ve type charge and the bottom side has a -ve type charge. All the suns and planets are in the middle where they meet along the galaxy plate. The place where they meet exactly is in the centre of the suns. The helio bubble that contains the solar system acts like a magnify glass to focus the energies from the field loop. As all this energy is concentrated in the sun, new matter is made with heat and light also produced. The energy expressed by the sun from the helio field is similar to the attractive force when the +ve an -ve ends of a magnet meet.

The energy and partials released from the galactic centre are out of phase / polarized until they recombine with in the centre of the sun and phase back in to our general observable reality. What is seen with the corona is the field loop returning back into phase combined with the energy that is being released after being recombined in the sun. The focusing of the helio bubble does have an effect on the suns discharge, more so in the long term than in the short term as it does take time for the matter to recombine and work it's way out of the sun and back into space.

The sun and the galactic centre are both very different mechanism that operate with similar forces. A bit like the heart and other muscles of the body. The helio shock has quite a force indeed, must be another opposing force to pull up the momentum that quick. Perhaps it is at the limit of the field loops?



so in the solar system you have your elipses (on a much smaller scale) and you have outward projections of meta fields how do they interact?


An ellipses is the shape of a meta loop. A meta field is all the meta loops at a specific frequency or energy.

Dimension = variable
Plane = relationship between two variables
Plate = Flat circular description for the matter we can see in the galaxy
Phase = Frequency distribution ?



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 06:21 AM
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Originally posted by kwakakev
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On the top side of the galaxy we will give this a +ve type charge and the bottom side has a -ve type charge. All the suns and planets are in the middle where they meet along the galaxy plate. The place where they meet exactly is in the centre of the suns. The helio bubble that contains the solar system acts like a magnify glass to focus the energies from the field loop. As all this energy is concentrated in the sun, new matter is made with heat and light also produced. The energy expressed by the sun from the helio field is similar to the attractive force when the +ve an -ve ends of a magnet meet.

good way to visualize it as neg and positive remember that like poles repell and unlike poles attarct



The energy and partials released from the galactic centre are out of phase / polarized until they recombine with in the centre of the sun and phase back in to our general observable reality. What is seen with the corona is the field loop returning back into phase combined with the energy that is being released after being recombined in the sun. The focusing of the helio bubble does have an effect on the suns discharge, more so in the long term than in the short term as it does take time for the matter to recombine and work it's way out of the sun and back into space.

the black hole is consumer of matter creater of meta energy the sun is creater of matter and the consumer of meta energy
the helium and hydrogen is attracted to the electro static process

The sun and the galactic centre are both very different mechanism that operate with similar forces. A bit like the heart and other muscles of the body. The helio shock has quite a force indeed, must be another opposing force to pull up the momentum that quick. Perhaps it is at the limit of the field loops?


the helio shock is the limit of the secondary outwards meta fields at the point they turn 90 degrees to the source (sun) and out of plane with the sun at the boundries (helio)



so in the solar system you have your elipses (on a much smaller scale) and you have outward projections of meta fields how do they interact?



An ellipses is the shape of a meta loop. A meta field is all the meta loops at a specific frequency or energy.



Dimension = variable =(plane of orintation/source)
Plane = relationship between two variables =(relationship between meta twists)
Plate = Flat circular description for the matter we can see in the galaxy =(flat galaxy plane)
Phase = Frequency distribution =(dimention/plane) current or potential pressure out of dimentional plane with source


xploder



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 09:17 AM
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Ok, one more time from the top.

Galaxy Core

At the centre of the galaxy there is a big gravitational source that consumes matter and creates meta energy, it sucks in atoms from the left, right, front and back. The particles are speed up to the point of losing mass and express the lost mass as energy. It throws and receives sub atomic particles out the top and bottom, occasionally a few atoms may miss out on the atom deconstruction process and get a ride with the sub atomic particles, not too much though and just a small percentage. There is a polarity difference between the top and bottom of the galaxy.

Meta Field

A field loop is an ellipse shape that connects the top and bottom of the galaxy core and is the path that contains the energy and matter as it travels. Many field loops combining into a meta field, similar to the magnetic fields of a magnet. As the field loop curves through space, it twists similar to a ribbon. The meta twist is represented in the way the speed, mass and charge of the particles all relate. The energy and matter released from the galactic core are in a meta twist until they recombine within the centre of the sun and combined back to our general observable reality. The meta field contains all the expelled energy and sub atomic matter to allows the transition back to atomic states. Where this happens is within the sun as it is creater of matter and the consumer of meta energy.

Sun

All the suns and planets are in the middle of the meta field where they meet along the galaxy plate. The energy expressed by the suns by the meta field is similar to the attractive force when the +ve an -ve ends of a magnet meet. The polarized energy from the galactic core top and bottom is creating a connection directly with the sun and influencing atomic charges in atomic structures. The sub atomic meta energy is concentrated in the sun and new atomic matter is made with heat and light also produced. What is seen with the sun's corona is the meta twist straightening out as the field loops recombined within the sun.

The place where the opposing forces from the galactic centre exactly meet is in the centre of a sun or all atomic matter?

Helio

The helio bubble that contains the solar system acts like a magnify glass to focus the energies from the galactic meta field and contain the meta field from the sun. The focusing of the helio bubble does have an effect on the suns discharge, more so in the long term than in the short term as it does take time for the matter to recombine within the sun, work it's way out and back into space.

Do you have a diagram of the helio structures?

I think we are starting to redefine dark energy as meta energy, a small step forward. I would also like to get ride of the generic black hole term as there are different types of gravity sinks.



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 12:55 PM
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you have got it!!


The place where the opposing forces from the galactic centre exactly meet is in the centre of a sun or all atomic matter?

Helio

The helio bubble that contains the solar system acts like a magnify glass to focus the energies from the galactic meta field and contain the meta field from the sun. The focusing of the helio bubble does have an effect on the suns discharge, more so in the long term than in the short term as it does take time for the matter to recombine within the sun, work it's way out and back into space.

Do you have a diagram of the helio structures?

I think we are starting to redefine dark energy as meta energy, a small step forward. I would also like to get ride of the generic black hole term as there are different types of gravity sinks.




all the matter in the solar system is effected by the meta field radiating from the sun (atomic level)
the meta energy contained (particle soup) is "mainly" focused on the sun and expressed in the sun.

the helio spherical bubble


the bow shock and pressure wave



artists impresion



i too would like to get rid of the term black hole
xploder



posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 01:13 PM
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here is some more reading

Next week I’ll be reviewing Richard Panek’s The 4 Percent Universe (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011), a penetrating look at our investigations of dark matter and dark energy. But plenty of information has also come out of the American Astronomical Society’s 217th meeting, which ended yesterday. We looked at interesting gravitational lensing results in the previous post, pondering how they affected our census of high-redshift galaxies, but equally intriguing is a study of 14 massive galaxies that helps us map out the distribution of dark matter within them.


mapping dark matter elipticals


If you simulate the effect with a galaxy made entirely of stars and completely devoid of dark matter, you do not get the Chandra results. Run the same simulation with a galaxy made entirely of dark matter and the results again diverge. Pooley’s team found that to match what Chandra sees, the galaxies must consist of 85 to 95 percent dark matter in the region through which the background light from the quasars passes. Interestingly, these regions are between 15,000 and 25,000 light years from the centers of the lensing galaxies.




What’s going on? The aggregate gravitational field from all the matter in the foreground galaxy produces the gravitational lensing effect, creating the four distinct images of the distant quasar under study. And as the light passes through the lensing galaxy, it is also affected by the individual gravitational fields of the stars within the galaxy, what Pooley calls ‘lensing on top of lensing.’ How much the light is thus affected depends on both the number of stars and the amount of dark matter in the regions of the galaxy through which the quasar’s light passes.

If you simulate the effect with a galaxy made entirely


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xploder
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posted on Jan, 14 2011 @ 09:30 PM
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you have got it!!


It was quite a challenge translating the super geek into English, but yeah it does make sense. Sounds like there has been a massive amount of work going on to work out how it all works. You done a fantastic job in stepping me through it, cheers.


So for the atoms in our solar system there is more a direct influence from the sun's meta field and therefore an indirect influence from the galaxy's meta field. So where the opposing forces from where the galactic core exactly meet is in the centre of the sun.

The helio structures do look very similar to the Earth's Magnetosphere in the way it is distorted from the solar winds. With the compression side of the helio, is that aligned to the galactic core, or is it aligned with the direction of spiral travel around the galaxy?



Pooley’s team found that to match what Chandra sees, the galaxies must consist of 85 to 95 percent dark matter in the region through which the background light from the quasars passes


How does this 85 - 95 percent relate to the meta fields of a magnet? It is expected that different types of magnets will produce varying percentages, but there is still a lot of energy that is not accounted in the physical part of the magnet.



Interestingly, these regions are between 15,000 and 25,000 light years from the centers of the lensing galaxies.


This sounds reasonable, maybe even further for some of the meta loops. The distance between our galaxy and Andromeda (the closest) is 2.5 million light years. I would expect some similarities between scales of meta fields, eg how our solar system relates to Alpha Centauri and even how one atom relates to another.



What’s going on? The aggregate gravitational field from all the matter in the foreground galaxy produces the gravitational lensing effect, creating the four distinct images of the distant quasar under study


As the light from the distant quasar approaches the middle galaxy, the gravity from the meta field bends the path of the light and splits it into top, bottom, left and right. The meta field makes the light to curve around the galaxy instead of pushing straight through it. Light is a type of energy so the meta field can influence it, a little anyway.



a study of 14 massive galaxies that helps us map out the distribution of dark matter within them.


It is great to hear some of the equations are starting to add up.



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 02:17 PM
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in the following image



the left pannel shows a gravatationally lensed star behind a dark matter ribbon
META field inside the galaxy is distorting and difusing the light from the image behind (right pannel)

the "dark" area is what i beleive is a meta field

Image: Model prediction of what the four images of the background quasar RXJ 1131-1231 should look like, as lensed by an intervening galaxy (left). Chandra X-ray observations show a strong anomaly in the middle of the three images on the left side of the panel (right). Credit: D. Pooley (Eureka Scientific).




Pooley’s team found that to match what Chandra sees, the galaxies must consist of 85 to 95 percent dark matter in the region through which the background light from the quasars passes. Interestingly, these regions are between 15,000 and 25,000 light years from the centers of the lensing galaxies.


the distence from source or center is aprox correct for the location of a meta field twist in my models
the reason some of the backround image is obscured is because the images are traveling through a galaxy dircetly through the twisted portion of the meta field.

imho
this is an example of a meta field in its twisted state directly infront of an observable lensed object showing the distortion of light when transversing through the meta field in a twisted state.

xploder



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 04:00 PM
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Originally posted by kwakakev


you have got it!!



It was quite a challenge translating the super geek into English, but yeah it does make sense. Sounds like there has been a massive amount of work going on to work out how it all works. You done a fantastic job in stepping me through it, cheers.

my language is not always correct so im glad you could understand me lol


So for the atoms in our solar system there is more a direct influence from the sun's meta field and therefore an indirect influence from the galaxy's meta field. So where the opposing forces from where the galactic core exactly meet is in the centre of the sun.

one of the shapes that are important is the sphere as it naturally focuses to a center.


The helio structures do look very similar to the Earth's Magnetosphere in the way it is distorted from the solar winds. With the compression side of the helio, is that aligned to the galactic core, or is it aligned with the direction of spiral travel around the galaxy?

i am unsure of orintation with galactic center with reference to heliosphereical flat plane (galactic disc)
for equalibrium to occour in the centeral plane the flat plane of the heliosphere (solar disc) would be on the same plane and rotation, but in an oposite direction to the rotation of the galactic plane.




Pooley’s team found that to match what Chandra sees, the galaxies must consist of 85 to 95 percent dark matter in the region through which the background light from the quasars passes



How does this 85 - 95 percent relate to the meta fields of a magnet? It is expected that different types of magnets will produce varying percentages, but there is still a lot of energy that is not accounted in the physical part of the magnet.


the light from the backround galaxy is obscured by "dark matter" aka META field at a 85-95 % twisted out of plane with the rest of the lensing galaxy



Interestingly, these regions are between 15,000 and 25,000 light years from the centers of the lensing galaxies.



This sounds reasonable, maybe even further for some of the meta loops. The distance between our galaxy and Andromeda (the closest) is 2.5 million light years. I would expect some similarities between scales of meta fields, eg how our solar system relates to Alpha Centauri and even how one atom relates to another.


it is interesting that one though experiment has linked galaxy to helio to atom with a theoretical
elipsed twisted field effect


What’s going on? The aggregate gravitational field from all the matter in the foreground galaxy produces the gravitational lensing effect, creating the four distinct images of the distant quasar under study


As the light from the distant quasar approaches the middle galaxy, the gravity from the meta field bends the path of the light and splits it into top, bottom, left and right. The meta field makes the light to curve around the galaxy instead of pushing straight through it. Light is a type of energy so the meta field can influence it, a little anyway.



a study of 14 massive galaxies that helps us map out the distribution of dark matter within them.



It is great to hear some of the equations are starting to add up.


its interesting that discusing and trying to explain the idea has increased my knowledge of how it works.
thanks for translations into coherent ides lol

xploder



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 10:19 AM
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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 10:22 AM
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the distence from source or center is aprox correct for the location of a meta field twist in my models the reason some of the backround image is obscured is because the images are traveling through a galaxy dircetly through the twisted portion of the meta field. imho this is an example of a meta field in its twisted state directly infront of an observable lensed object showing the distortion of light when transversing through the meta field in a twisted state.


Makes sense to me.


With the compression side of the helio, is that aligned to the galactic core, or is it aligned with the direction of spiral travel around the galaxy?



i am unsure of orintation with galactic center with reference to heliosphereical flat plane (galactic disc) for equalibrium to occour in the centeral plane the flat plane of the heliosphere (solar disc) would be on the same plane and rotation, but in an oposite direction to the rotation of the galactic plane.


From this it sounds like the alignment is with the direction of spiral travel. I have been thinking about this and was expecting the alignment to be with the galactic core. The reason for this is due to the way the solar winds from the sun align the Earth's magnetosphere with the sun. The rotation of the Earth does not affect the alignment. I would expect a similar effect with the helio structures and the meta field in the way they interact. A possible explanation could be with the meta twist. Also, the field loops may not be a flat 2D elliptical in shape and is more bent and twisted through 3D space.

Another reason for the alignment with the solar rotation is that the helio is part of the sun's own meta field and operates at a frequency outside of the galactic meta field. This means that it would be more responsive to the meta fields of other nearby sun's and aligns with them. There may be other reasons, but understanding the alignment will hold some clues.

Here is a top view of the galaxy that may help in determining the alignment and why solarsystem.nasa.gov...

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posted on Jan, 17 2011 @ 10:20 PM
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i have spent the last couple of days trying to formulate an answer for you

i suspect the flat plane of the solar system is in alinment with the galaxy plane but have no idea why
i think there are three vectors at work and this is producing a curve
exactly how that works is a work in progress for me.
as for interaction with other stars i suspect the meta feilds would be connecting the meta feilds in a common "meta field" at the point of termination. again still a work in progress.

xploder



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 12:35 AM
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i suspect the flat plane of the solar system is in alinment with the galaxy plane but have no idea why


It is easy and natural to just line every thing up. The path the planets take through the sky is similar to the path the bulk of the galaxy takes. They may be off a little as there are many solar systems that sit above and below the flat plane of the galaxy plate. There could also be other reasons why the solar system and galaxy do not exactly line up if that is the case.



i think there are three vectors at work and this is producing a curve exactly how that works is a work in progress for me.


Using length, width and height is the best approach to translate and understand the curves. I was not expecting this to be easy, however there will be a lot of answers and evidence to support the meta fields and meta energy if it can be solved.



for interaction with other stars i suspect the meta feilds would be connecting the meta feilds in a common "meta field" at the point of termination. again still a work in progress.


At the moment I am expecting some differences and similarities between the metafield of the galaxy and the metafields of solar systems. I expect the helio structures where found with the same type of instruments that found the Earth's Magnetosphere. Therefore the helio is like the Magnetosphere for the solar system. Looking at how the helio relates to other stars does sound like a good approach.



again still a work in progress.


This is a big, old complicated place. It will be for some time to come.



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 09:31 PM
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dark matter dwarf galaxy is our galaies companion
dwarf galaxy

so this article got me thinking
if a galaxy approaches us side on (flat plane) it becomes an orbiting body
if a galaxy approaches from the top or bottom it is digested
this has implications for the solar body inside the galaxy

starting to add up

xploder



posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 03:36 PM
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i have been brushing up on my plasma physics and found a nasa release from 3 july 2010


1-7 videos presentation from Dr Donald E Scott

i had a thought about plama/gravity and the super fluidity of our atoms, solar system, galxaxy and inter galaxial plasmas. the fluid connection is a HYDRO-DYNAMIC as well as ELECTRO-DYNAMIC process.
the venturi effect being expansive HYDRO and the expanding palsma cell double layer being attractive ELECTRO
see 7:57 in the third video

ATS hydro dynamic solar gravity theory


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