Gravitational Fundamental Dilator or 1+1=1.004145342

In this blog, I prove that 1+1 is not always 2. I am sure that will be used by some to prove that I cannot count... or as a proof of Godel's theorem..:)

In fact, on those times where something unexpected occurs, the physics behind an identity failure is surprisingly interesting. When one creates a Gravitational Fundamental Dilator, one adds two Fundamental Dilators (a Proton plus an Electron) such that the ensemble spin is zero. The creation a spin zero dilator is not unlike the creation of a hydrogen atom.

A hydrogen atom interacts with a charge in a manner extremely distinct than the two separated charges that comprises it. The interaction is reduced by a tremendous factor. This is still not Gravitation. Gravitation is the interaction between hydrogen atoms and of course it is 10^-36 times weaker than charge-charge interaction.

Currently Science shows no frugality in the explanation of these two interactions. It describes them as distinct forces. The reason is historical. The two interactions were discovered by different people and at different times.

It will be self-evident from analyzing how the fundamental dilators interact, that they work as a single unit and the dilaton field emanating from a zero spin ensemble formed by two fundamental dilators is almost identical to the resulting from a single one, differing just by a factor of 1.004145342.Quantum Mechanical reasoning like electron delocalization is allowed by not strictly necessary to understand this paradigm.

In fact, it will not be really self-evident but it will take a tremendous amount of grey cells to understand how dilations add or subtract when in phase or in counter-phase. Let’s hope for the best, but if you cannot, will not understand it no matter how much you stress up your noodle, please feel free to ask questions.

Cheers,

MP

**2.3.6 Electromagnetic and Gravitational Dilators Relationship**

The archetypal Electromagnetic Dilator is represented by the Proton or Electron coherences presented previously. The Gravitational Dilator is represented by a spin zero Hydrogen Atom shown below:

The colored phases are flush with the 3D Universe and controls dilator dynamics through the Quantum Lagrangian Principle. This means that two opposing charged particles would attract each other in each and every phase. That would happen normally. During the formation of a hydrogen atom something different happens. There is a change in spin and a photon carrying the difference in energy and spin is emitted.

If you consider phase 2, the phase for the fat electron would normally be an antiproton (a negative charge or large local compression of the metric). That phase would be in phase with the corresponding dilaton field from the proton’s equivalent phase (positron).

In the spin zero moiety or normal matter, that phase is a proton (a positive charge or large local dilation of the metric) and it will decrease the intensity of the dilaton field from the proton equivalent phase (positron). Notice that the constructive or destructive interference depends not only upon the fact that the phase is a dilation or a contraction but also on the position of that dilation or contraction. The Quantum Lagrangian Principle stipulates that the colored phases are always in phase (constructive interference) with the surrounding dilaton field). That means that if one changes the tunneling sequence (spin sign) the interaction strength will change.

Remember that the dilaton field is sensitive to the four dimensional volume (4D Mass) of the dilator phase. This means that the dilaton generated by the positron is identical (almost) to the dilaton field generated by the much larger (in 3D mass or 3D Universe overlapping displacement volume) proton.

This means that in terms of 4D Mass or dilaton field intensity, phases 2 and 4 does not matter in normal Matter..:)

The almost perfect interference is at this point considered to be the reason (culprit) for the 0.004145342 in the 1. 004145342 factor relating a fundamental dilator or fat electron 4D Mass to the Gravitational Fundamental Dilator or Hydrogen atom. The discrepancy in the cancellation of dilaton contributions in the Hydrogen Atom intermediate states is likely due to different elasticities for compression and dilation or nonlinear effects on metric deformation, resulting in a non-zero contribution for the intermediate states.

Another possibility is that this small discrepancy is due to the fact that the Gravitational Fundamental Dilator is an approximation to Matter in general. Matter in general contains Neutrons and that will affect the ratio.

One should remember that there is 4D volume conservation (Energy Conservation) in my theory, that is, despite of the 3D footprint of an electron being 1/2000 the 3D footprint of a Proton, their 4D volumes should be equal. This discrepancy makes this statement not as precise, if it turns out to the true that the discrepancy is due to physical properties (elasticity) of the Fabric of Space. That would be an exception the complete geometrical nature of this theory.

Just as a reminder, it should be clear that the 4D Mass (4D Spatial manifold cross-section) is associated with the intensity of dilatons generated by dilators and the 3D Mass is associated with inertia within the 4DSpacetime cross-section.

This is another clear statement detaching gravitational mass from inertial mass.

That is an outrageous statement…:) Please feel free to utter your disagreements…)

Cheers,

MP

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