A Theory of Everything. The Invisible Forces. Part 2

Daniel P. Fitzpatrick Jr.



From: http://www.rbduncan.com/InvisibleForces.htm


 Chapter 4 --- Igor Sikorsky and Rachel Carson

Rachel Carson said she didn't believe any wooden vessel could withstand the "bad quarter" of a severe hurricane. While this undoubtedly is true, what exactly is this "bad quarter" anyway?

The "bad quarter" of a hurricane is that sectional quarter where the forward speed of the storm adds to the circulatory wind speed.

All free, spinning, moving entities have this important translational motion "bad quarter" effect similar to the hurricane. It doesn't really matter what the entity is, as long as it is free(such as a gyroscope in gimbals) and it is spinning and moving with some forward speed. If it is both spinning and also moving with some forward speed then it will have this "bad quarter" translational motion effect.

This "bad quarter" effect plays one of the most important roles in our explanation of how all things really work in this universe and today's scientists have missed this significant road sign entirely.

This "bad quarter" plays a significant role in many things and is the prime explanation of this force we call gyroscopic inertia or angular momentum.

The "bad quarter" translational motion that you will see time and time again in both the micro and macro worlds is the same force that would tip a helicopter over if the operator had no cyclic pitch control. Igor Sikorsky made the helicopter a practical machine by his invention of the mechanism that allowed the pitch of the main rotor to change as the blade turned: This is called cyclic pitch. Here's why cyclic pitch is important: If, on a stationary helicopter, the tips of the main rotor blade are going 300 mph and now you fly the helicopter at a 100 mph forward speed, then one main rotor blade (blade moving to the rear) is, on one side, cutting through the surrounding air at 200 mph. The opposite main rotor blade is moving through the surrounding air at 400 mph on the other side of the copter (measurements at the blade tip). This would turn the copter over were it not for the cyclic pitch mechanism where the main rotor blade pitch on the 400 mph side is now reduced, and it is increased-scooping in more air-each time the blade is on the 200 mph side.

When you see a spiraling object in nature, then think of the helicopter blade that does not have the cyclic pitch but instead has a pre-Sikorsky fixed pitch and that has to keep turning over and over if it has any forward speed. This entire universe both micro and macro is loaded with this type of pre-Sikorsky fixed pitch precession of all kinds. It all comes because of this identical fixed pitched blade phenomenon but instead of air it's a mass increase but the idea behind all precession is exactly the same as the fixed pitch helicopter blade or the hurricane. If you think of it in these terms then you will immediately see the other forces causing this spiral. You can even call this fixed pitch blade itself spiraling a form of precession if you want to. The electron precesses because it too has a pre-Sikorsky fixed pitch or this "bad quarter" like the hurricane. By the way, waves-processed correctly by the Big Bang-precess like this too to form a spherical standing wave (particle).

For this next paragraph you must remember that general relativity shows us that relativistic mass increases as speed is increased.

Keep in mind the aforementioned helicopter blade and the hurricane. Spinning and rotating items that also have forward speed are going to act exactly like the helicopter blade. But instead of having more lift on one side they are going to have more mass on one side (more speed on one side). This will destroy their linking with previously linked objects and they will be forced to link with like objects also having a mass increase (more speed) on one side as well. In radio, an effect similar to this is known as impedance matching. And I will repeat once more that this is the reason gyroscopic inertia or angular momentum acts like a spring, storing energy as the accelerated object speeds up, because each linkage with distant stars in this universe takes more and more energy as the object is further accelerated. The newly accelerated particle has more "bad quarter" mass (higher speed) and it must find a higher "bad quarter" mass (higher speed) object far away in the universe to bind with as well and so the "wind up like a spring" inertial or gyroscopic effect is noticed. Again, you have impedance matching here exactly the same as you do in radio but here it is the rotation of the quarks producing it whereas in radio, the spinning electrons produce what we see as a magnetic effect.

And all of this is simply because of the 1st "A" Law.

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Chapter 5 --- Inertia is a wave at the quark spin frequency

Inertia is being caused by the spin of the quarks with the poles of the quarks attracting the poles of other quarks, spinning in parallel planes, far away in the universe. Our "A" Laws show anything that spins (fast enough and/or with enough mass), can attract exactly like a magnet. But all these quarks keep these spins perfectly balanced and never show any imbalance such as electrons happen to do massively in iron, cobalt and nickel. This, of course, blinds us to the fact that the quark spin could possibly attract another quark, especially when our surroundings are homogeneous and isotropic in the large. Modern science has simplified inertia tremendously so it seems to fit the present math here on earth. Inertia works correctly at slow speeds and low mass but unfortunately inertia changes with higher mass and high speeds so much so that your present science fails and you have to use relativity corrections. Your universe, therefore, is not anywhere near as simple as most people think.

Gyroscopic inertia depends on quarks attracting other quarks that are spinning in parallel planes while energy transfer depends on electrons that are spinning in the same plane but whose closest sides are moving in the same direction. One proof of this is in general relativity. Can you locate it?

As almost everyone now knows, quarks-in the proton and neutron-are grouped in groups of three. Quarks and electrons both have spin. The electron's spin causes magnetism, which will attract other electrons of similar mass that are oriented correctly. The spin of the quark, in much the same way will attract and bind with other correctly oriented, spinning quarks, of the same mass, far, far away in the fixed stars and this attachment effect is known by us as inertia.

Distance is a concept like white light and much like white light, distance does not really exist in the way you mind thinks it does either. It changes with spin/orbit frequency. Even present science says that when a far distant star loses a single quantum of light to your eye there is no energy loss whatsoever in that vast distance. So this is almost yelling to you through a loudspeaker and telling you that distance is only a frequency concept that is quite different for different particle-frequencies.

It's all waves and wave linkages and even the particle actions that we all know so well really stem from underlying fundamental, but extremely complicated, wave to wave actions.

As in light, radio and electro-mechanical actions, impedance matching is important here as well but the quark is quite unlike those electrons in partially filled d and f shells that all flip over together the same way and form magnetic domains that can be easily spotted. The quark always acts individually, locking on with far away distant quarks to cause inertia and thus since our surroundings are homogeneous and isotropic in the large then we do not notice all this quark locking. Thus present science has totally missed all of this and therefore simply accepts inertia as some unknown factor that can never be discovered. It's hard to believe intelligent people would do such a thing but this "in-crowd" of scientists today have most certainly done precisely this.

As we said before, the 1st "A" Law "locks on" and the 2nd"A"Law doesn't. Therefore inertia is caused by all these quarks that they sense are not only spinning but movingin the same direction as other quarks and thus have the same matching "bad quarter" mass, as that "bad quarter" mass on the far away distant stars. Both "see" themselves as being exactly in parallel planes as the ones they lock poles with and they also "see" the entire distant quark they are locked onto as spinning in the same direction (like gears meshing, not clashing). Once a quark "locks on" with another quark somewhere in this universe it can hold this pole to pole "lock on" for a short period of time or it can lock on another similar "bad quarter" mass quark in a parallel spin plane. This is essentially how inertia is caused.

Impedance matching comes into this because these locking quarks must not only "see" themselves as spinning but also movingat the same speed hence their "bad quarter" or "higher mass sector" must identically match.

We do know the quark does not wobble like the electron but we do not yet know the symmetry of construction of the quark nor do we know if it causes inertia with a polar attraction or a side attraction. (The present guess is a polar attraction.)The "higher mass sector" or "bad quarter" should effectively work in whichever way quarks lock on with other distant quarks to cause inertia and gyroscopic inertia.

Impedance matching is also evident in electron energy transfers where the orbits are not parallel, such as with the quark to quark lock ons. Electrons can only transfer energy to other electrons that are orbiting in the same plane. The "bad quarter" mass with electrons must also identically match.

There must be impedance matching here the same as in radio.

Since there are plenty of stars out there then there are plenty of other quarks for them to "lock on". Because these are spread out so evenly we can find no direct evidence, other than a few hidden road signs, that this is what is causing our inertia.

All these spin and orbital attractions are the glue that holds everything together. The 1st "A" Law shows you why you have binding energy and why you have inertia. The 2nd"A"Law shows you why we have all that space between everything both in the microcosm and the macrocosm (Einstein's "cosmological constant") and both "A" Laws show you why we have symmetry.

All atomic particles must either bind with close neighbors to form their unit or they can bind with particles far away (in the fixed stars) to cause inertia (mass). They must attempt to bind with something and they cannot use the same portions of themselves to bind with both near and far objects at the same time. Some may rapidly and repeatedly switch their binding to the best aligned objects whether near or far but that near-far percentage mostly stays constant. I said mostly because in an atomic fission explosion a good many do abruptly shift from near to far binding. In fact, that's the reason for the explosion.

In this theory binding energy and mass are seen as equivalent, but two distinctly different things: Binding energy is the close binding and mass is the far off binding with the fixed stars.

You can store energy by moving an item to a higher orbit. You can also store energy via binding with more massive "bad quarters" as in angular momentum(gyroscopic inertia) or by increasing an item's rectilinear motion.

The thing you have to remember is that as you increase the speed of an inertial object in rectilinear motion then you are increasing the speed of those "bad quarters" of the spinning objects that make up the unit you are accelerating. This means these "bad quarters" have more mass, the faster the speed is increased. Thus, you are increasing their gyroscopic inertia. Using impedance matching with the 1st "A" Law, if a quark has more mass in one of its "bad quarters" then this quark will have a stronger inertial "lock on" with things in the universe that also have a similar "bad quarter" mass on their closest sides. This is also the reason that gyroscopic inertia increases as you increase the speed of a gyroscope. I'll go over this again later so you don't forget it. This is important. Also the following is something else that is even more important.

*When you see that an atom has less mass than its constituent individual components, then that is telling you something. It's telling you that electrons and protons have a choice: They can either bind with each other in an atom or-as individual unbound units-they can use that same amount of binding energy to additionally add to their individual inertial binding with the rest of the universe.


I simply cannot understand why present day scientists can totally ignore this major evidence: This is absolute confirmation that our surroundings are causing inertia. This is proving to you in no uncertain terms that Berkeley and Mach were absolutely right.

If scientists agree that binding energy always equals mass lost, well, why isn't that mass lost considered binding energy too? Isn't it binding with the fixed stars instead of binding the individual units together in close binding?

Remember, near or far binding is momentary, repetitious and always exactly the same strength for the same units binding: Only "angular lock on" falls off with distance, not binding energy. "Angular lock on" seems to fall off with the square of the distance and obeys Einstein's general relativity tensor math. "Angular lock on" is covered later.

In this hypothesis all particles of any type are considered spherical assemblages of standing waves. Identical items stay well away from each other via distance (space-time increase) and items that we see as smaller or larger really must be thought of, in this theory, as higher or lower frequency spherical standing wave assemblages. They exist---perhaps to infinity---more or less like the piano keys of a grand universe piano where no one knows the number of piano keys on this piano. Each particle or agglomeration stays on a piano key frequency safe from destruction from being absorbed or by absorbing.

These keys are all positioned well out of the close subharmonic range of each other but yet are definitely linked by distant common harmonics.

The wave spectrum that we are able to locate must only be several octaves of these piano keys.

In this new theory, people will have to feed enormous amounts of information into future super-computers to see what could have really gone on during the Big Bang. Even so, any expansion would have been over as soon as all the piano keys were finally in tune with all the rest of the piano keys. In this new theory, the exact particle frequencies are the determining factors in the stability of the entire universe: When that eventually happened then the universe was finally in a static steady-state of balance.

There is no such thing as the 19th-century human idea of one all-purpose type of distance anymore: Einstein proved that. The distance we see is a composite of all of these various spin frequency distances. Distance has to be frequency qualified. Time does too because remember, it's the space-time interval that is frequency conscious. Each spin/orbit-frequency "sees" its own type of time and distance. These "A" Laws use inertial qualities, with something similar to a general relativity kind of increase in every level. Inertial qualities for each spin/orbit-frequency, however, will be different along with surroundings. We'll see later on, that even though we can only see light from a certain distance away; we can, however, feel gravity from a much, much further distance away mainly because of the quark's wider angular "lock on" and slower spin. Einstein's curvature of space, it turns out, is also different for different spin frequencies.

So when you ride a bicycle, as you make those wheels go faster, you are giving all those quarks in that rotating wheel new translational motion. They all have a higher speed "bad quarter" that they now have to match with higher speed "bad quarter" quarks on the fixed stars.

This means that the quarks in your bicycle wheel are now being pulled out further away from the quark triumvirate.

So gyroscopic inertia or angular momentum is obtained by actually pulling individual quarks away from the strong force.

Both inertia and gyroscopic inertia are essentially strongforce reactions.

The quark spin gives the inertia wave its frequency.