the Big Questions
classical & `quantum' quandaries
`Inertia of Mass'
- demands a radially acting field or force endowing masses with differing reactions to uniform motion, acceleration and rotation, perhaps `instantaneously': UEF;
- demands regulation of photon movement by a radially acting far-f.t.l, perhaps `instantaneous', medium: UEF;
- demands a field or force acting instantaneously over arbitrary distance, perhaps universe-wide: UEF;
- demands a field or force regulating angular speeds with change of radii: UEF;
- demands that each particle in the universe be informed of the existence and action of each other particle in the universe, most probably by way of that instantaneous force or field: UEF;
- demands a negative energy-release to so affect photons; a fast-spinning mass and its axial jets is the only available source of energy that will so distort the photon-regulating medium: UEF.
|Quantum Mechanics versus "Gravity"|
Uniquely, the effect known as "gravity" is not not describable in the language of QM. I.e. - whatever "gravity" consists of, it is not quantized - so it is not a direct form of energy.
In reality, the all-round compressive force of UEF is diminished or attenuated as it passes through a large mass (a planet maybe), resulting in a greater UEF force being felt from all other directions - which is equivalent to a `force' of attraction toward the large mass or planet.
That is the reason Quantum Mechanics cannot describe "gravity" - it is a radial `shadow' in an energy field.
[ Similarly, sunlight - quantized as photons - obeys QM rules. but the shadow cast by a cloud does not; it is `smooth': unquantized. ]
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Is all physics known? No?
Then what the scientists say now is likely to be false
Eventually, they will all be shown to be wrong
John D Barrow
"When a distinguished but elderly scientist
states that something is possible,
he is almost certainly right
When he states that something is impossible,
he is very probably wrong"
"The only way of discovering the limits
of the possible is to venture a little way
past them into the impossible"
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is indistinguishable from magic"
Arthur C. Clarke
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Near or far,
To each other linked are,
That thou canst not stir a flower
Without troubling of a star
Francis Thompson - "The Mistress of Vision"