INTRODUCTION TO AN EXTENSION OF RELATIVITY |
This introduction covers the following: 1) "AN EXTENSION OF RELATIVITY" (Course Textbook) 3rd Edition, 198 pages, published in 2007 at my bookstore, 2) "An Extension of Relativity" (Course Textbook) 2nd Edition, 178 pages, published in 2007, 3) "An Extension of Relativity"(Course Textbook), 132 pages, published in 2004, 4) "An Extension of Relativity" (An Introduction to the Theory) Summary Edition, 64 pages, 5) "An Extension of Relativity, Volume One," 351 pages, and 6) "An Extension of Relativity, Volume Two," 183 pages. This is a brief discussion of what I originated in 1972, and how I can prove the theory as fact. |
I originated my theory in 1972, and legal documentation exists since at least 1990, in
addition to other documentation prior to 1990. I call the theory the extension of
relativity, and this brief introduction will help someone understand what the theory is
actually about in real terms. My theory can explain a number of things that current theory cannot explain, and I can fully explain wave-particle duality, which is something that nobody has been able to adequately explain since 1905. In the photoelectric effect, Albert Einstein proved light acted as particles; but, Thomas Young, with his experiment in the early 19^{th} century, proved light acted as waves. I demonstrate that Einstein and Young showed only 2 aspects of a totally different structure. My own original structure of a photon is globular, neither particle nor wave, but seemingly acting like both. The photon that I define has a central speck of mass which is 1.633413408 x 10^{-41} kilograms, which itself is surrounded by a globular wave function whose frequency is determined by the vibration of the speck of mass at the center of the globular entity. I have developed 21 sets of new mathematical equations to define all of the aspects of the theory and to calculate such answers. I can show how experiments with an interferometer can be manipulated. A small amount of light acts like particles because the speck of mass becomes more significant in its kinetic energy on a small scale. But, a large amount of light sees the surrounding wave function literally overwhelm the kinetic energy of the speck of mass, and thus light acts like waves in this manner. I can show this even better by taking calculations for the photoelectric effect and casting them against calculations for photon production in a star. I can also show mathematical proof that all waves interact in asymmetry and form a 7x7 matrix of interaction. All of this can be explained by the structure I have defined above. Besides developing new equations, I have also developed experiments to prove the theory as fact. I can show that the momentum of all photons in the path of an object which is moving at "c" is about the same as the momentum of the object itself as it covers that particular distance, which is what causes the resistance in the fabric of space, making it difficult for any object to exceed the speed of light. This light barrier, while extremely difficult to cross, can be crossed, as I demonstrate. But, any object which exceeds the speed of light will undergo severe trauma by virtue of speed alone, and this object will be destroyed --- unless deceleration takes place almost immediately. Objects exceeding the speed of light enter a light cone, which takes time to explain. The light cone exists in the deepest recesses of space, but it can be created artificially in a controlled, redundant environment by way of experiment. I create this environment using an ultracentrifuge and a plate in one of my experiments to prove the theory outright. The experiment will prove not only that the speed of light can be exceeded in such a way, but that any portion of the plate which enters the light cone will be destroyed, thus making it possible to measure the plate's mass at the end of the experiment to find a permanent loss in overall mass. The word is permanent, and that is important. As we increase speed in the plate, and the outer edge skims the light cone, the plate in general will have a relativistic gain of mass as its speed increases and a relativistic loss in mass as we decrease its speed. But, the portion of the plate on the outermost edge will be destroyed when it enters the light cone. This mass cannot be recovered, because it is converted to energy, thus ensuring a permanent loss in mass for the plate, and proving the theory as fact. Only the portion of the plate entering the light cone will be destroyed. That is only one experiment, of course, and there are more. There are certain points you must understand before grasping the most complicated parts of the theory. Light has mass, and the limit of the universe is not the speed of light. However, the real limit of the universe is not so far past the speed of light, and there is indeed a limit to all matter. Matter and speed are related and connected by scientific principle and relativity. Velocity of an object can ultimately destroy it. The light cone's endpoint is the end of matter, the point where no matter can exist. Additionally, photons can be displaced, but they can be displaced only by objects exceeding "c." No object traveling less than "c" can displace any photons. Now, what I do in the extension of relativity is to apply it across the board. I also demonstrate that wave-particle duality is a product of globular structure and that all waves act in a natural asymmetry. The theory can explain how matter is destroyed, why quantum mechanics and relativity appear to be exclusive, why a galaxy looks brighter than it actually is, how the emission of energy in a reaction is actually interfering with itself, and a litany of other things I can't cover in this introduction. All calculations are provided in my course textbook. It is impossible to discuss the theory in any meaningful way here, because the extension of relativity encompasses a great deal in what it states and predicts. The best explanation is in the 198 pages of my book, AN EXTENSION OF RELATIVITY (Course Textbook) 3rd Edition. The following summarizes the book's content. |
[NOTE: I originated the theory in 1972. I began going public with it in 1998. All of the mathematics were set up in 1972 with the exception of the kilogram-meter relationship, which was set up in 2002 to provide a quick and easy method of tracking photon displacement via the light cone. This is not the Einstein-Minkowski light cone, which is simply a space-time graphic. Photon displacement in this light cone is a physical reality. Photon displacement is needed to calculate the mass of a single photon indirectly. In 2008, I applied the principles from 1972 to the solar neutrino problem and came up with a workable equation for predicting detection of electron neutrinos. In 2008, I also did work on Gravitons and Gravitational Radiation. In 2009, I worked on distances between 2 stars. In 2010, I examined the potential of natural redshift in photon propagation.] AN EXTENSION OF RELATIVITY (Course Textbook) 3rd Edition Nonfiction, Advanced Physics: 198 pages, text, graphics and equations. Written by Mr. J.V. Presogna Includes the following: Standards, Milky Way Galaxy, Wave Interaction (Asymmetry, 7x7 Matrix), Radiant Energy, Photon Production, Resistance (In the Fabric of Space), Lorentz Transformation (Extended), Light Cone Graphics, Kilogram-Meter (Developed in 2002), Displacement of Photons, Photon Structure (Wave-Particle Duality Resolved), Photoelectric Effect, Cosmic Example, Star Pulse, Fundamental Photon Philosophy, Kinetic Energy in the Light Cone, Space Travel, Kinetic Energy Loss at End of Light Cone, EXPERIMENTS (5 Experiments Discussed), Space-Time (Includes Black Hole Discussion), Negative Realm Relativity. Plus a complete Appendix for Equations, Experiments, and Summaries, as well as Black Hole and Big Bang Discussion. Other Works: "An Extension of Relativity"(Course Textbook), 2nd Edition, 178 pages, Written by Mr. J.V. Presogna. "An Extension of Relativity"(Course Textbook), 132 pages, Written by Mr. J.V. Presogna. "An Extension of Relativity, Volume One," 351 pages, Written by Mr. J.V. Presogna. "An Extension of Relativity, Volume Two," 183 pages, Written by Mr. J.V. Presogna. "An Extension of Relativity" (An Introduction to the Theory) Summary Edition, 64 pages, Written by Mr. J.V. Presogna. |