Abstract Inventions

Advanced insight. Reasoning at the extremes.

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Newton = Einstein . Planck

Comparing the ratios of h and c provides the following relationship (Equation 17):-Equation 17

Equation 17 is an ideal relationship reflecting the underlying implied geometry. Using the published value of c in Equation 17, and then comparing with the measured value of h gives the following relationship (Equation 18):-

Equation 18

If you take the position that there is an underlying geometry to the way that electromagnetism behaves, then at a universal scale, the difference between the measured and theroretical values of h, can be interpreted as a universal commpression factor. This requires several of the usual assumptions to be changed, but leads to a far more intuitive picture of the universe. The assumptions that need to be changed are:-

- The universe is not expanding.
- The the visible universe is just an observable limit, and a lower density region exists beyond it.
- Vacuum has a density and this density increases as you move into higher energy density regions of the universe.
- Mass is a just a form of electromagnetism, hence a higher density form of light.
- Relativisic effects are just changes in the behaviour of energy as energy density changes i.e. atomic clocks run slower in areas of higher energy density (higher gravity).

The idea of a fractal-recursive, cubic geometry underlying the behaviour of electromagnetism is explored further in the "Theory of Cubes".