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The problem is that the theorists have defined a photon as a particle instead of a wave length of electromagnetic energy.
(SAN DIEGO) - On Feb. 12, 2014 the Science Channel broadcast a program titled “Riddles of the Universe.” The program addresses the failure of scientists to understand the relationship between quantum physics and relativity as well as dark energy and dark matter. So they have added to the confusion by resorting to the invention of a chameleon representing dark energy in an attempt to explain dark energy. Their depiction of the chameleon and that of the other 4 forces shown on the program is very bizarre.
Narrator Morgan Freeman said, “If the quantum theorists are correct we will never understand the fundamentals of the universe. Our hopes of finding an ultimate theory will fail and the human race will hit a roadblock it can’t break through. But what if they’re wrong? What if the truth about what happens inside you, me and everything else in the universe is there if we’re willing to look for it?."
Morgan says that for most of the twentieth century, scientists believed quantum physics could not be explained; that we would just have to accept that we’ll never know why things behave as they do down at the deepest levels of existence.
"Each new discovery seems to reveal a new mystery," Freeman continued. "Now ironclad laws of physics are breaking apart. What we believed was reality may not be real at all. The future of humanity depends on our discovering how the universe really works. What if we could understand how the whole creation joins together? The rewards of finding this equation would be enormous; a revolution in science far beyond anything that came before."
Freeman and others admit there is a good deal we don’t know about why the universe functions the way it does. So far we’ve revealed quite a few rules but what if we got them wrong? Morgan asked
"We’re groping in the dark of a vast universe thinking we have discovered its deepest truth then finding out we have much to learn about the rules of nature. Down at the smallest scales of existence deep in the world of quantum mechanics it seems to play by two different rules at the same time. And the deeper we probe into its mysteries the more we are forced to ask not just how the universe works but whether anything is real. In the quantum world nothing seems to make sense. Reality stops being real. This mystery is the greatest obstacle to unlocking the secrets of the universe. If we can solve it, we may hold the key to creation itself."
Prof. Anton Zeiler of Vienna Austria, commented, “We have quantum physics around now nearly 100 years and we are still working at the foundation. And that tells me that when we find it, it will be an absolute revelation. It will be something different from what we are thinking.”
Morgan Freeman said, “The more we understand the inner workings of the universe the more we humans are rewarded with new medicines, new technologies and undreamed of improvements in our lives. But some say we are a long way off from unlocking the universes secret secrets. We want definitive answers but what we have are mysteries upon mysteries. And one of the greatest mysteries is how the small stuff and the big stuff fit together."
Relativity theory and quantum theory on paper don’t get along but in the real world they are a happy pair, Morgan said.
"And like some real life odd couples, no one understands why. The mystery boils down to gravity. Gravity dominates the world we know and thanks to Newton and Einstein we understand it pretty well. But physicists have no idea what role gravity plays in the quantum realm or its effect on space and time. If we crack this mystery we will finally know if it is possible to travel back in time or travel through a wormhole."
Petr Horava, a Czech String Theorist, asked, "How do you reconcile quantum mechanics and gravity? Either quantum mechanics is stronger and wins and gravity has to be modified or quantum mechanics has to be modified and gravity stays the same as in our understanding of relativity."
If the science community properly determined my concept that electromagnetic energy ruled the universe instead of contending that gravity rules the universe, they would not have this quandary. Gravity is a singular attraction to a mass with a limited distance while the magnetic field of a mass is very extensive.
One comparison was that if an atom were the size of a football stadium, its nucleus would be the size of a grain of sand. This is the same relationship between planets, stars, galaxies and their magnetic fields. So, electromagnetic energy in atoms has the very same role in quantum mechanics as it has in relativity and intergalactic energy. Neither one needs to be revised; only the proper paradigm needs to be recognized.
In regards to dark matter and dark energy, Morgan Freeman said, "If we want to unlock the secrets of the universe we have to find out what it is. To crack the cosmic code that underlies our universe we must understand energy in all of its forms. But what if almost 95 % of the entire universe is made up of energy we can’t see and don’t understand? These are the kind of questions confronted daily in Geneva Switzerland, the home of the Large Hadron Collider."
A woman physicist identified only on the program as Claire, said, "It seems like there is a different form of energy out there in the universe called dark energy that we don’t understand at all."
Morgan Freeman says recent astronomical observations have revealed that the expansion of the universe is rapidly speeding up.
"Some unexplained form of energy is pushing galaxies apart. We cannot see it, touch it, taste it or detect it but cosmologists are certain it is there. Without dark energy gravity would cause the universe to collapse in on itself. Claire suspects that the dark energy is a product of a radical new piece of physics, an undiscovered particle called a chameleon. These curious particles actually carry an entirely different basic force than the 4 that physicists know about, a 5th fundamental force. It is called a chameleon because it can change into different appearances."
When it is heavy it becomes sluggish and ineffective and when it is light it can zip around much faster and become stronger, Morgan says.
"How heavy it is depends on its environment; how much stuff is around it. Here on Earth there is a lot of stuff around, a lot of matter and the chameleon becomes very happy, very massive and doesn’t interact with things around it very much and that’s why we don’t see it in our everyday lives and in experiments here on Earth. But in intergalactic space where there’s almost nothing the chameleon becomes very, very light and it interacts with things in huge distances and that’s why it enjoys the acceleration of the expansion of the universe."
Justin Khoury and Amanda Weltman proposed the chameleon particles idea in 2003.
So the science community had over 10 years to contemplate how ludicrous this idea was and still publicly offered it as a worthy contribution to science.
Morgan Freeman added, “This shape shifting property explains why the chameleon has yet to be spotted in our particle accelerators. It could be everywhere; inside you and me and far out in intergalactic space. But how do we detect a master in disguise? What benefits could dark energy bring? In some ways understanding dark energy for our understanding the universe is more important than understanding the physics that we know here on Earth."
Dark energy is the unknown variable in our quest to crack the cosmic code, Morgan Freeman explains in the program.
"To find the set of equations that describes how the universe really works. We are hunting for an ultimate equation, the theory of everything that would explain the mechanism of the universe and revolutionize life on Earth. Will we ever see the entire ways of reality? Can we find and will we understand the ultimate truth?"
According to the Boys’ Book of Science published in 1928, if you hold two pieces of iron pipe 3 feet long perpendicular to the Earth with the top end pointing slightly to the North, the Earth’s magnetic field current flow will align all of the atoms in the pipes into like polarity, creating a magnet. Then, if you hold these two pipes with their like polarity facing each other, the magnetic fields will repel each other.
This magnetic field is not a bunch of chameleons pushing each other away. This is a function of the planetary magnetic field current of the Earth.
The magnetic field energy between the pipes cannot be seen, it cannot be touched, it cannot be tasted, and yet it acts like a powerful spring keeping the pipes from not only touching each other but even from coming too close to one another.
There isn’t any need to invent chameleons to explain the repelling properties of the universe. Only common sense and a practical knowledge of electromagnetic energy are required to explain a major factor in the equation of how the universe really works.
As I stated in my March 30, 2011 article “Aurora Borealis & Magnetic Storms in an Accelerating, Expanding Universe”, there is a very simple explanation for this expansion of the universe. As the planets, stars and moons increase in size, their magnetic fields increase in size, also.
In the natural resistance of one magnetic field to the encroachment of another magnetic field into its sphere of influence, the magnetic fields force other magnetic field currents away from each other.
This causes the expansion of the universe faster as more magnetic fields of the billions of stars and planets compound the expansions so those at the farthest edge of the universe move away faster than those next to each other.
This is a very simple explanation in accordance with the known and laboratory proven characteristics of magnetic field current energy. There isn’t any need to invent a foolish character to explain this natural occurrence.
The problem is that the theorists have defined a photon as a particle instead of a wave length of electromagnetic energy. In the double slit experiment, for instance, passing a wavelength of electromagnetic energy through a magnetic field will simply blend in and increase the magnetic field it passes through in a variety of ways that gives a false result.
This would be similar to dropping a drop of water into a pool of water to see how the pattern becomes at the bottom of the pool.
They also defined an electron as a particle instead of a wavelength of electromagnetic energy. That is why the Large Hadron Collider cannot detect the imaginary chameleon. Ironically the scientists use electromagnetic energy to accelerate their particles to near the speed of light and yet looking for electromagnetic particles. This is comparable to a hopeless drunk looking for his hat when it is on his head the entire time he is looking for it.
Edsel Chromie is a Detroit Michigan native who moved to San Diego in 1965. Edsel is a World War Two Navy veteran who served as a motor machinists mate on diesel electric systems where he learned about the magnetic field current swirling around the primary current flow through a wire as a part of Navy training to trace the direction of flow of the electricity in case of torpedo damage.
This led to Edsel's unique explanations of many phenomena of the universe. He also has four approved patents on solar energy and Sun tracking systems. Today Edsel writes about this unique set of life experiences for Salem-News.com, conveying information that seems especially relevant as nuclear disaster, potential changes in the earth's atmosphere, and what many view as an increasing level of natural disasters continue to dominate headlines. Perhaps many of the answers are on hand, yet unaccepted by the scientific community. You can write to Ed Chromie at this address: email@example.com
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