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THE NEW SCIENCE
Gravity

The twelve Parameters of the Universe are the necessary and sufficient conditions for the establishment of our Universe as we know it, and together with the unique position of Awareness forms our entire experience in this physical world. All of which we are or can be aware are expressable in terms of these twelve Parameters.

Gravity is a phenomenon with which we have daily experience but which we haven't earned very much about, working backwards as we do from effect to cause. The fact that objects fall when given an opportunity to do so, experiencing an acceleration which appears to have very nearly the same value on this planet for all falls, leads us to the conclusion that it is somehow an inertial phenomenon. The added fact that ordinary manipulations appear not to affect gravity leads to the conclusion that somehow gravity is inherent in matter itself. By studying the effects of gravity and keeping close track of the numerical quantities involved we have established some rules respecting forces, energy and interactions, all of which allow us to work with gravity as we find it, but there it stops.

Since matter and energy are manifestations of Reality entirely within the Twelve parameters, we must look for explanations of their behavior within the structure of these parameters, and regardless of any ideas to the contrary this is where we will find it!

The field fabric sets up three, and three only, fields which are capable of exercising forces on the field structures which constitute matter and energy, so gravity must be due to the operation of one or more of these three fields. The fact that observation indicates that gravity falls off as the inverse square of the distance indicates that it is essentially an electric field, divergence. The fact that we cannot cancel it out by the application of the electric fields to which we have access is due to the fact that we cannot make the canceling field coherent, and the best we can do is to integrate the effects of the fields, not the fields themselves, to produce an opposing force in a limited region.

The inertial approach involves the application of a particular tempic field gradient, carefully adjusted so that its effects are consistent with observation, but this implies certain flexibilities in the space fabric inconsistent with its established linear nature.

Another inertial concept of gravity is the all-pervading micro-particular gas, the units of which impinge on matter and through an exchange of momentum press the matter together. The difficulty of this concept is the necessity for explaining the inflow of energy to matter and implies either an energy sink within matter or an obscure energy exchange phenomenon between the regions within and without matter.

When the basic particle was being considered, it was established that four kinds of particles were possible: right hand and left hand spin and right hand and left hand precession, which gave particles having positive charges with plus and minus increments, but all having the same magnetic moments and tempic fields. Within these particles, and within systems made up of them as atoms, etc., there is field coherence, so that there are specific values for these fields determined by the particles themselves, and outside of them the fields will also be quite specific.

Looking at the model of the basic particle it is noted that the electric field is a dynamic condition resulting from the mutual interaction of the three basic fields. But since the tempic field is a gradient it is in itself not "motional", and the radial component of the electric field being divergence and having no component along either of the tempic field gradient directions also is not motional, and these fields are essentially static so long as the particle itself doesn't move or change. However, the skew component of the electric field, due to the precession, does have a component along a tempic field gradient and is motional. Therefore, field coherence is possible within the static structure due to spin, but not within the dynamic structure due to precession, unless the configuration is such that the skew field can comply with the half-and-half Form condition.

It is fairly obvious from the foregoing that only matter having the same direction of precession will assemble into large aggregates, first, because of the selective action of the differences in forces resulting from the differences in electric charges, and second, because the interpenetration of particles of opposite precession will introduce an asymmetry in the system resulting in its immediate conversion into radiated energy. There are, however, a few special configurations where fairly large aggregates are involved where the initial fields already had an asymmetry which could be offset by the asymmetry introduced by the particle with the reversed precession and the whole system may be stable. Consequently, in the evolution of our universe we would expect a separation process to take place which would result in matter of essentially the same precession congregating together, and a fairly quick conversion to radiated energy of particles of opposite precession which happened to wander into such regions.

In considering the integration of basic particles to form the larger units of matter, there is a slight advantage for the particles with the larger total electric charge to so integrate, because suitable configurations will permit coherence of the skew fields. In any aggregate system such as a planet, there is bound to be a continual circulation of particles, both basic and composite, so that after many cycles of such circulation most of the big ones congregate in the nuclei and the little ones take up outer positions. This is the condition which we find now, as we inspect the matter to which we have access.

When the forementioned separation has taken place and most of the particles of opposite precession have been eliminated, we find that the system contains nuclei having one specific charge with electron shells having the opposite charge. The matter on planet Earth has positive charges dominant in the nucleus and negative charges in the shells, and as free particles. Elsewhere in the universe there will be an aggregate of the converse relationship.

An aggregate of matter such as we have on Earth, where the sort-out is reasonably complete, will be electrically neutral so far as the electric fields are concerned, and may or may not have a magnetic moment depending on how random is the orientation of the various particles, again determined by the summation of the effects of the fields, and a tempic field which will be the direct scalar summation of the many contributing tempic fields. It will also have the skew electric fields of the same polarity as the nuclei.

With the exception of the skew fields, all the other external fields of the aggregate may be considered as static because they have no component of the tempic field at right angles to them. The skew fields, on the other hand, are dynamic because they do have a quadrature tempic field component. Furthermore, the skew fields are largely incoherent simply because the normal almost random orientation precludes their meeting the half-in requirement of Form to become coherent.

Since the skew fields do have a tempic field component at right angles, they will generate an electric field throughout the entire region, of the same polarity as the static electric field to which they are additive. Such an aggregate may be considered as having two electric fields, one of which is subject to cancellation by surrounding electric particle fields, and the other not so subject. Partial cancellation is possible, and if the aggregate is left to its own devices will be attained, by a surrounding shell of particles of the opposite polarity, so that externally to the entire system the effects of the fields will be a minimum and electrically neutral.

However, if another aggregate of similar precession enters the vicinity, such cancellation can no longer be approximated, and the skew field induces an electric field within this aggregate which amounts to an electric field distortion or "polarization". A convenient way of discussing what happens is to consider the skew fields and the polarization in terms of electric "charges" even though this concept is not strictly correct.

If the primary aggregate is considered to have a charge which induces the polarization in the secondary aggregate, this polarization will be equivalent to a charge displacement such that the product of the displaced charges and the distance through which they are displaced will be a statement of the amount of polarization This will be located in the electric field of the primary aggregate and will have two forces acting which will be numerically equal; one maintaining the polarization and the other between the polarization and the primary field. Therefore, the net force will be the product of the primary field divergence and the square of the polarization in the secondary aggregate. There are of course other ways of establishing this relationship but they all say the same thing in other words, which is that Gravity is a dynamic field function and is the product of the gravitational field divergence and the square of the polarization induced in the attracted bit of matter, with the gravitational field being merely the skew electric field.

For the mathematician the following is offered:

Polarization in the attracted bit is q(q dr)

Equating forces q(q dr) = Qq/r2 + Qq/(r + dr)2

Gravity F= Qq/r2 + Qq/(r + dr)2 = (q dr)2 1/r

Having established the nature of Gravity and is "formula", we may now see what can be done with it. Since it is essentially an electric field phenomenon, albeit not an electrostatic one, its distribution and behavior will be much the same as any other electric field, except for its dynamic characteristic. Altering the polarization will alter the force exerted by gravity, but because this is a square relationship, no such alteration can make the force negative (operate in the opposite direction). However, altering the divergence will alter both the magnitude and direction of the force, and the trick for controlling gravity is precisely this.

Since the gravitational field is due to the skew electric field, or stated differently, to the induction from the motional electric field, this is the logical region to explore for the mechanism by which fields may be produced to combine with the gravitational field to produce a resultant having a divergence more to our liking.

In taking a quick look at the gravitational relationships of the basic particles alone there are some interesting aspects. Since in an established region practically all the precessions are the same, the free particles will have a motional field of polarity the same as the particles making up the composite ones, and therefore they will be "repelled" by gravity. This repulsion, however, will be quite a bit less than the electrostatic attraction, so a compromise position will be established at such a distance that everything will be in equilibrium.

In the atomic structure there are therefore the electric field forces holding the electrons onto the nucleus, the magnetic forces fixing them in position, the gravitational forces tending to push them away and resulting in a compromised location, with the tempic field contributing to the dynamic conditions within and contiguous to the structure. All these forces have been developed from the basic concepts already put forward and are possible of confirmation by experiment if we ask nature the right questions. These same forces extend beyond the atom into molecular chemistry, crystal forms, and amorphous aggregates. These dame forces exist within the atomic nuclei together with others resulting from the interpenetration of the fields and their coherence. Matter, though magnificently complex is elegantly simple in its basic structure when understood.