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Tetryonic theory is founded on the equilateral geometry of Planck energy quanta,
where the square quantum numbers of Physics are in fact equilateral geometries. These h quanta combine to create a 'fabric' of
mass-Energy over the geometric framework that Charge interaction creates and the number of h quanta per charge fascia is what gives
us the de Broglie, Compton frequencies, momenta etc of Matter itself. mass-Energies are 2D planar EM fields and Matter is a 3D
standing-wave geometry made up up [n]pi square number Planck mass-Energy geometries. --ABRAHAM
Boskovic is famous for his atomic theory and made many important contributions to astronomy. including the first geometric precedure for determining the equator of a rotating planet from three observations of a surface feature and computing the orbit of a planet from three observations of its position. In 1753 he also discovered the absence of atmosphere on the Moon.
He also proposed that attractive Gravitational fields could be explained as diminished interactive EM fields. In 1745 Boskovic published "De Viribus Vivis" in wihch he tried to find a middle way between Isaac Newton's gravitational theory and Gottfried Leibniz's metaphysical
theory of the monad-point. --ABRAHAM
Originally posted by Thought Provoker
reply to post by subtleperspective
I think it possible that... well, black holes "evaporate." It's like the matter falls through the singularity and "goes away." This caused Hawking's "Information Paradox" that confused everyone for years. He explained it one way; this could explain it another: if the matter is converted to energy as it passes through the singularity, that energy could be dispersed into some kind of sub-dimensional "power grid" that distributes the energy evenly over all of space-time. Add up all the matter being converted by the evaporation of every black hole in the universe. Probably pretty big.
But I'm also a Christian (non-denominational). I don't pretend to know what God is, but he too could be feeding us all that energy, like underground irrigation.
Whatever the source of the vacuum energy, it's there. It's real. Perhaps we'll find out one day... but it shouldn't get in the way of understanding and controlling it as Tesla predicted we would someday.
Originally posted by Thought Provoker
reply to post by kwakakev
As in, how like charges repel and opposites attract? Hmm. Lightning... the electron charges go from the ground up... pulled along a conductor towards the lack of electrons up above... by golly, that might be a different force, unless it's "in disguise," like magnetism. What imbalance is it that causes electrons to always move towards the more-positive side in a conductor? The force of the electrons in the power source, pushing them, repelling them rather. Least resistance means, if there's a hole for them in the opposite direction from whence they're being pushed, they'll go into that hole. And on and on, until it can't move any more. Lightning isn't pulled into the sky by the clouds; lightning is pushed into the air through whatever water drops and air gaps can conduct electricity. Wow; I guess everything is the opposite of what we think.
And it must be like magnetism, operating over small (single-atom) distances, via valence shells. Electrons must have some special shape, or property, that "shields the wind" in a slightly different way, to cause an effect that only pushes electrons. It's like... a wind within the wind, a wind that ignores everything but charged particles. Maybe a "positive" particle is just "less negative." Less energized. And there's not really any such thing as a "positive charge," like how shadows are the absence of a substance rather than a distinct substance of their own. Magnetism, gravity, and electricity; the same mechanism, but acting differently on different things as well as at different scales...
Thank you very much. That never would've occurred to me.