THE DOT THEORY - Preface/Table of Contents/Introduction
Copyright (c)1998 by Gerald Grushow B.S.E.E. (Summa Cum Laude)
PREFACE
This book is an effort to understand the universe. It envolved five
years of intense effort starting in 1981 followed by an additional two years
of thought to get the book into the manuscript stage. Finally there was a
period of off and on study for several more years. The effort was then put
to rest for several years and in the fall of 1997 new ideas were brought
forth which answered some of the questions left unanswered in the past.
The purpose of the book is to provide a basic understanding of
the universe so that high school students can fully understand most
of what effects their lives. The work is presented in a classical physics
format where everything is explained down to the nuts and bolts level.
Simple algebra and simple differential equations are used. The detailed
reasons for the binding energy, the magnetic field, the location of the
electron in the neutron orbit are all described in precise equations.
The effort breaks the code from the electrical world to the
mechanical world and introduces a new set of units, the CMS system
for coulombs,meters, and seconds. Likewise the dual system replaces
coulombs with its mechanical equivalent and thus gives the world the
GG modified MKS system. Mankind can then look at the universe from an
electrical perspective or a mechanical perspective.
The book shows what gravity is and provides the equations for
Doppler space time and Doppler gravity. The mass of the universe is
calculated and the cycle time of the universe is also calculated from
a normalized time. Thus the entire universe is shown to mankind. In
addition, higher light speed universes and their characteristics are
explored. The book points out the way to produce new energy sources
such as non-radioactive atomic generators using ordinary materials
such as carbon or iron. Everything is explained so that an ordinary
Engineer can start to us the dot theory and build things for the future.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER TITLE
1 THE TOP EQUATION OF THE UNIVERSE
2 GRAVITY & BINDING FORCE
3 THE DOT STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSE
4 CONVERSION OF MASS TO CHARGE
5 GRAVITY FROM AN ELECTRICAL VIEWPOINT
6 LIGHT
7 THE MASS OF THE UNIVERSE
8 NEUTRON WAVELENGTH
9 CLASSICAL SPACE TIME
10 DOPPLER SPACE TIME
11 INERTIAL MASS vs GRAVITATIONAL MASS
12 THE INDUCTIVE/CAPACITIVE OSCILLATOR
13 VARIABLE SPACE TIME MATHEMATICS
14 P* SUBPARTICLE
15 NEUTRON GENERATION
16 THE ELECTRON IN NEUTRON'S ORBIT
17 DEUTERON BINDING ENERGY
18 BINDING ENERGY & RADIOACTIVITY
19 ELECTRON deBROGLIE WAVELENGTH
20 COEXISTING UNIVERSES
21 GRAVITATIONAL CONSTANT VARIATION WITH TIME
22 THE MECHANICAL UNIVERSE
23 THE BOHR ORBIT
24 EXPLODING BLACK HOLES
25 BINDING ENERGY FORMULA
26 NEUTRON MAGNETIC MOMENT CALCULATION
27 ELECTRICAL VERSES MECHANICAL UNIVERSE
INTRODUCTION
This book starts in Chapter 1 with the equations of a simple
sphere of light. This provides us with a simple simple set of
normalized electrical equations which unlock the mystery of the universe.
The universe is one huge electromagnetic field. The field has a huge
number of focal points called dots which have a charge DC charge Qd
and an AC oscillation atop that charge of Qd*.
There are only two things in the universe. A plus dot and a
minus dot. The characteristics of the dots are such that large
quanties of the dots form the charges Q and minus Q. The electron is
not a cloud of just minus dots. It is a sandwich of plus and minus dots
with an excess of minus dots. The same is true for the proton. The proton
has an enormous amount of plus and minus dots with an excess of the total
positive charge Q.
The electrical world of magnetism and static charges is caused by
the DC level of the dots. The mechanical world is caused by the little
AC level of the dots. The AC level has a phase shift associated with it.
For matter universes the AC sine wave for both plus and minus dots are
in phase with each other. Thus two positive dots repel electrically but
attract gravitationally.A positive dot attracts a negative dot both
electrically and gravitationally.
Throughout the universe galaxies are at a spectrum of phase angles
apart such that some galaxies attract each other, some repel each other,
and some are neutral to each other. An antimatter galaxy has high energy
electrons in the center and low energy protons in the Bohr Orbit.The book
explains the difference between a positive electron and an antimatter
positron as well. As will be explained, the total gravitational force
acting on the universe is zero.
The electrical oscillation of the universe will be calculate.
Many chapters stand alone as the applications of the dot theory are
brought to bear upon the puzzles of mankind such as the equations for
the binding energy and the magnetic moment equations for the neutron.gg