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    These are I suppose, Principles, in respect to this theory of relativity I have been working with. By furthering on general relativity. I am interested in anyones thoughts.

    Each of these are proposed to be explained by viewing all things as a frame of reference, be it an observation point or frame that is observed from outside:

    Mass, Forces, Gravity, Time, Energy, Momentum, Charge, Magnetism, Universal constant, Velocity, Space

    Einstein explained in 1905 that a magnetic field is the relativistic part of an electric field. When an electric charge is moving from the perspective of an observer, the electric field of this charge due to space contraction is no longer seen by the observer as spherically symmetric due to non-radial time dilation, and it must be computed using the Lorentz transformations.
    *A frame is constant but the space is not.

    *A frame is C.

    *A comparison of two differentiating frames will always act in equal opposite ways. That is, If one C has + effects (time speeding up), the other frame C, observes - effects (time slowing down)

    *Time in a frame in respect to its own frame is also C.

    *The Time relationship for a frame to a frame is (delta t+ ) = (delta t- )

    *The effect of mass is contracted space.

    *The effect of time is observing the constant of C from other frames, which falls under the relationship of (delta t+ ) = (delta t- )

    *The effect of gravity is observing space contract

    *C is a universal constant, that is, all frames events are at the rate of C

    *All frames events are simultanious, this is, the rate at which time is
    measured is the same inside any frame

    *Space is inconsistant, so time fluctuates relative to the source of the energy responsible for that measurement of time.

    *Velocity of mass is the source of energy, so velocity is responsible for time
    (The effect of mass is contracted space)

    *Velocity is the change in space contraction of a frame. that is, if a frame moves it is contracting space or expanding space.

    *The effect of space contracting (ie, moving frame) is mass

    *All frames are points of observation with no dimension

    *Gravity is the effect of a frame entering a incrimently contracting space, relative to observatoins made in the frame of either body. Movement in general, but a force when energy is spent to prevent movement.

    *Momentum is the balanced velocity of frames that form the body of mass. That is, it wishes to remain in its state of velocity. Any change of velocity of the body at whole increases the overall velocity of the frames in that mass, temporarly increases its mass effect, which is met as a resistance force, or momentum.

    *Strong and weak nuclear force is the effect of frames in a nucleus contracting space relative to eachother causing inevitable action of continuous contraction while in relativistic velocities. As contact occurs velocity is lost and space expands for the frame itself and contracts for observer of that frame. As space expands relative to the frame of velocity energy must be spent, as it observes the space re-expand after it has slown down, it assumes it has gained velocity again and space imediatly contracts. A vibration of space contraction and expansion relative to the observation frame, and other reference frames. Each contraction requires energy to be spent, and each expansion requires energy to be spent. Like it takes energy to increase a body of mass and slow it down. In the nuclear level this energy is light. In the macro level this energy is kinetic.

    *Positive and negetive Charge is the effect of a moving frame contracting space and expanding space by value of velocity

    *Neutral charge is the effect of a frame acting at rest relative other frames

    *Like charges that repell are frames with space expanding between them

    *All forces are movement, they are the change of frame velocity relative to another frame. By observation seperate of group frames the effect is movement, by observation within a frame the effect is force. Furthermore, a force is measured when energy is spent to stop the movement.

    *Energy is product of variable (non-constant) movement in a the universaly constant realm

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    It may be more understandable if you read this.

    Consider a black hole:

    In a black hole space-time has become null in respect to a reference observing outside the event horizon. A reference frame near the black hole would then experience space contraction and observe to move towards the event horizon, observering time, or C covering shorter distance, thus quickening the pace of observed surroundings. This observed motion towards the object would increase in velocity towards the point where space has become zero or a singularity and time had become meaningless (infinite) due to C (energy) traversing through no space. Energy frequency would become increasingly faster as the distance got closer to the center and eventually would reach a point of no frequency. Thus matter entering would experience increasing intensity of energy right up to full power gamma ray energy, untill finally energy frequency is zero and time is infinite and singularity is reached.

    An observer(b) far outside the space contraction would observe the opposite effects of the observer(a) entering the space contraction. B observer would see the events slowing down in time, and would observed the energy to become increasingly weakened the closer the source (a) moved towards the black hole.

    The effect of different versions of time would be due to the constant within a frame of reference. The Time or energy that leaves the frame (a) is at the same rate of the time that passes inside frame b. As time (energy) leaves obeserver a in the vacinity of the black hole is is born from a place of contracted space. As it traverses out it enters expanded space where C must travel more distance per posistion and the events in that time are expanded, and viewed from observer (b) as slow time and lower energy. And on the opposite, the same constant of time that leaves from observer (b) towards observer (a) is time born in expanded space. When the event enteres the contracted space (a) C traverses (or is) smaller distances and the time is observered to increase, as so does the energy of that energy containing the event. (in respect to each frame's observation of course.)

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    I doubt people bothered to read this.. but if not, read this. Its where it all came from.
    In respect to The basic law of relativity.

    There is nowhere you can go where you are not a frame. Everything is a frame (and frame of observation). A) it must have constant speed of light B) the laws of physics remain the same.

    Try to think of all the places you could observe from; an electron, or an atom as a whole, or whatever.
    In your frame as in all frames, all obseravations are inside your present moment. Thus you are frame of zero dimension. Distance is your future, your future is distance. What you see happen is what happens. Or that is, what happens, like spacial contraction, is what will effect that frame.

    It is impossible to not be in a frame of observation. Everytime you see an object you are viewing from a frame. And if you imagine to view from that object you are becoming a new frame, and if you want to imagine observations from atoms with in that object you are only becoming another frame. It is the conclusion to all things, and everything a frame observes happen happens to its frame.

    Regardless of what you want to lable or title something, such as; matter, or electron, or proton, or anything you can think of, in general you are refering to a frame. In that frame, is no dimension and the same laws of physics apply, C, and consistant physics.

    Anything that is a dimension is what is observed and it is your present moment. By this, You can only conclude that everything you see is your present, which is zero distance.
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    Accurate quote from leading theoretical physicists working with String and M-theory.
    Quote: I beleive that after all this increasingly complex mathamatics and theory we will be able to reach a summerizatoin that unites everything in a simple short easy concept and equation. Otherwise, we may be on a question of never ending increasingly difficult math and dimensions.
    Something I want to share with this theory.

    If you fall to earth did you fall? Or did you observe the space shrinking between you and the earth.
    If you said fall you claim there is real space.
    If you said, you observed space to contract between you and earth you claim there is no space but only observations in zero dimension.

    Adding dimension only adds new form of restrictions.
    Removing dimension opens up infinity and boundlessness.
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    Fundamental Equation

    It is possible that this is one of the fundamental equations of physics in respect to this theory of relativity. When you have an event, with this equation you can predict the result of that event. Each event comes with an equal yet opposite counterpart event.

    We have X and Y, where they are frames of reference, refering to eachother. They are equal opposite forms of eachother. Aka if you want to use time you must use time as x+ and y- , or time+ = time- for accelerating frames.

    They are frames of reference. That is an interaction between two frames.

    The change, or let us call DELTA, of what happens in any frame will always be equal and opposte delta in the other frame relative to what each frame observes..

    Delta X (+) / (-') = Delta Y (-) / (+')

    Where + on one frames change = - on the other frames change
    Where -' on one frames change = +' on the other frames change

    + and - mean opposite change to result in each frame
    +' and -' refer to reversed or secondary scenario for each frame.
    x = frame a
    y = frame b


    If the matter (considering what atoms do) on earth experiences spacial contraction, what they see gets slightly closer. An object outside of the earth observes the matter expanding dimensionally, thus it IS closer. As the matter on earth sees space rapidly expand the object it sees expands dimensionally. The object outside the earth sees space contract.

    space contraction(X) = matter expansion (Y)

    time dilation between a frame at rest and moving. If one frame is observed to slow down time, the other will observe time to equally speed up.
    Time+ = Time- (relativistic effect between frames)

    If an object observes hitting another object and stopping, the other object will equally and oppositly react.

    (X)Velocity+ = (Y)Velocity - (matter frame hitting matter frame derivative of [Ke])

    (X)Mass+ = (Y)Mass- (relativistic effect between frames)

    (X)Momentum+ = (Y)Momentum- (matter frame hitting matter frame)

    Double slit experiment:

    If you shoot a electron(particle) from a gun through the slits you will observe it to be wave form on the screen, that is you see a particle, it acts a wave..
    (that is it, it is wave like on the screen but it was was particle)
    If you observe it with light to measure it go through the slit, you will see a wave act like a particle. (that is it seems particle on the screen like but it goes through both slits)

    (X/Y)particle = (Y/X)Wave

    Heisenberg principle:?

    The more you try to measure posistion you are met with equally knowing less about its momentum

    (X)Position+ = (Y) momentum-

    Energy is the equal yet opposite of mass. Wave(no mass) = particle(mass)
    The action of mass turning to energy is by value of C^2

    (X)Mass- = (Y)Energy+
    by C^2


    Forces can not be applied to the above equation.A Force is described in this theory as a product of equal opposite events or product of events of counterparts, but not a fundamental thing of itself. Hopefully explaining their elusive source.

    We can see force in two ways. Movement or Force newtons/acceleration.
    Force as is a product of event, events of seperate frames of reference, specifically two frames.


    The theory predicts gravity is a form of a change in the distance a frame observes between objects. General Relativity calls this change geometric space-time; An application of property to space. This theory takes this conception and applies it to a first hand observation model , in contrast to a an accurate on paper geometric model.

    We can call this change of observation a change in a C-Meter. That is, the distance light travels relative to itself, that it refers to as a meter.

    A C-meter is smaller in a gravity 'well' than it is outside in free space. But a C-meter only resides where matter is considered a reference frame.

    An event that occurs in small C-meter, gives birth to light in a short meter for C. When it travels through space and reaches an observer of significantly less mass and/or less space-time curve, it enters a larger C-meter. The event that occured in a short C-meter remains at a constant inside the larger C-meter, and results in the time to become slow, the energy to become less, and the frequency to slower.

    As for the opposite. An event that occurs in a large C-meter (clock in space) that travels into a shorter C-meter (clock on earth) will have time speed up, energy, and frequency increase, relative to the earth. (what the clock observer on earth would measure)

    An object under acceleration also creates a smaller C-meter. So events that are observed of that object under acceleration occur slower.

    The distance as it were, which light goes through, is proposed to be inconsistant. For gravity, and accelerating frames. This is proposed to be subject to atomic relativistic dilations. Slowing the observation of events of an objects atomic structure, however relative to an accelerating observer the change in atomic structure creates a different C-meter and changes all observable events in accordance to SRT.
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