2. Richard Oldani, Unification of the gravitational and electromagnetic fields

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Volume 29: Pages 466-470, 2016



Unification of the gravitational and electromagnetic fields



Richard Oldania)



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Unification of the gravitational and electromagnetic fields is accomplished with respect to the conjugate variables’ energy and time by using principles of relativity theory, quantum theory, and classical theory to derive emission and absorption equations that describe the localization of fields four-dimensionally. The fields begin to evolve in free space as linearly superposed potentials, experience continuous nonlinear transformations as they evolve, and at a discrete point in time (Δt=0) spontaneously localize to form distinct field sources with spacelike boundaries that are observed as black holes and photons. The Tully-Fisher relation is used to derive an emission equation, suggesting that galactic structure is the result of fields emanating from a supermassive black hole with radial and transverse components.



L’unification des champs gravitationnel et électromagnétique est réalisée par rapport aux variables conjuguées d’énergie et de temps en se servant des principes des théories relativistes, quantique et classique, afin de dériver les équations d’émission et d’absorption qui décrivent la localisation quadridimensionnelle des champs. Les champs commencent à évoluer dans le vide en tant que potentiels superposés linéairement, subissent des transformations continues non linéaires tandis qu’ils évoluent, puis à un instant précis (Δt=0) se matérialisent spontanément afin de former des sources de champ distinctes ayant des limites spatiales observées en tant que trous noirs ou photons. La relation de Tully Fisher est utilisée afin de dériver une équation d’émission suggérant que la structure galactique est le résultat de champs émanant d’un trou noir super massif ayant des composantes radiale et transversales.



Key words: Special Relativity; General Relativity; Quantum Mechanics; Classical Theory; Uncertainty; Galactic Structure; Dark Matter.


Received: April 26, 2016; Accepted: August 17, 2016; Published Online: September 19, 2016



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