# The Pioneer Effect and the Unified Field Theory

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by bkh99, Feb 5, 2008.

1. ### bkh99Guest

The two Pioneer spacecraft which were launched in the early
seventies,

have both been decelerating at a constant speed as they rise in the

sun's gravitational field (the rate of constant deceleration is

equivalent to the speed of light multiplied by Hubble's Constant).
It

is obvious that such a correspondance could not be attributed to
random

causes, such as gas leaks, but rather new physics are required.

The behavior of objects that fall or rise in gravitational fields are

inversely related, in that a falling object begins slow and then

accelerates, while a rising object begins fast and then decelerates.

An example of the latter is the release of a weather balloon which

attempts to rise at full velocity but is prevented from doing so by

atmospheric drag. The weather balloon then decelerates at is rises
in

the gravitational field until finally it stops and then parks in an

orbital state at a certain height. This behavior is similar to that

exhibited by the Pioneer craft.

Think of the total potential velocity of the Pioneer Spacecraft as

being somewhere just below the speed of light. When an object is

'conserving momentum' as it rises in a gravitational field and the

result is deceleration and a loss of velocity, this means that the

object would require 'more momentum' if it was to maintain its
previous

velocity. When an object which is rising in a gravitational field
and

is 'conserving momentum' and it decelerates and then loses velocity

what this implies is that at the same time its total potential
velocity

is increasing. Here we can see the reason for the relationship
between

Hubble's Constant (used to measure redshift) and the rate of

deceleration of an object rising in a gravitational field. Einstein

was incorrect to insist that speed of light is a fixed constant in
all

frames of reference (any space-time) but it must be the case that the

speed of light is relative (space dilation, time dilation, and
velocity

dilation all occur in harmoney). It is this error that prevented

Einstein from successfully discovering the Unified Field Theory which

would unify gravity and electromagnetism during his lifetime.

The solution to this enigma of 'conserved momentum' resulting in

'deceleration' is to understand that everything is relative, and that

includes 'momentum' since one given 'momentum' results in a lower or
a

higher velocity in different frames (with no exchange of energy
taking

place an object will acelerate and fall or decelerate and rise).

The explanation for this behavior is found in a proper
electromagnetic

explanation of Archimedes principle. The universe is a giant energy

field and what we call 'space' is a three dimensional creation of the

magnetic field (which is a three dimensional pheonomenon). 'Space'

dilates according to the Inverse Square Law (the energy field is more

dense closer to a source and then becomes less and less dense the

further away you move from the source). Given these inherent density

restrictions you can only put so much 'energy' into 'so much space'
and

where this restriction is violated displacement occurs. It is this

tight binding that exists between 'energy' and 'space' which then

results in 'motion' and 'velocity'.

Another mistake that Einstein made was to dilate space (stretch it
out)

closer to the field source. This dilation was required if there was
to

be a slower clock in a gravitational field while at the same time the

speed of light was to be kept an invariant constant. It is only when

we dilate space-energy (make it less dense) the further we move from

the source and allow the speed of light to be a variable constant

(relative) that we are then able to discover the unified field theory

(unifying gravitation and electromagnetism). Motion is simply

displacement (an unallowable energy state) and what we think of as

momentum is merely a density function (the greater the density of the

energy in a closed energy system, the more forceful the displacement,

the greater the velocity).

Think of a weather balloon. It expands at it rises. It also

decelerates and eventually parks and maintains an oribt. What this

tells us is that even though no energy transfer is taking place, the

weather balloon is not 'conserving its momentum', but rather it must
be

losing momentum because it decelerates as it rises in the
gravitational

field. We also see that the weather balloon experiences the effects
of

dilation in that it expands. We also know that 'hot gas' expands,

which is also a density function, and that hot gas then rises in the

gravitational field (it is to dense, it is displaced, it rises). Now

as an object rises it experiences a relative loss of momentum
(relative

in that this loss of momentum occurs without an actual transfer of

energy taking place). This occurs because of relativistic spatial

dilation which becomes greater the further you move away from the

center of the field. This dilation then results in a lower density

since the amount of energy now contained in an expanding space is

lower. The displacement decreases and the result is less momentum
and

deceleration.

In a similar way when an electromagnetic wave rises in a
gravitational

field it red-shifts. It does not red-shift because it is 'losing

energy' to the gravitational field. This was another one of the

compounding errors made by Albert Einstein (the result of keeping the

speed of light a fixed constant). The light red-shifts because it is

following the requirements of the Inverse Square Law. It is becoming

'less energetic' so that it has a lower frequency and a longer

wavelength. At the same time the law of the conservation of energy

requires that energy never be lost or created, it can only be

transferred. In this case the energy is 'transfered' to 'momentum'
and

teh speed of light increases as it red-shifts. There is nothing

mystical or magical about this process, it is just the logically

following consequence of the light being forced to dilate as it moves

into less dense regions of the energy field.

Even though the speed of light is a variable constant, it makes no

difference, for the average speed of light between two points always

works out to be 300,000 kilometers per second, so no one notices the

variance. Think of it this way. Let's assume that the speed of
light

was '10'. The speed of light as it bounces off some satellite in
space

is 5, 10, 15 as it rises and then it is 15, 10, 5 as it descends back

to earth, for an average speed of '10', Therefore even though the

speed of light is relative, the light from an object '4 light years'

away from earth would still seem to take '4 years' to reach us, and
so

no difference is ever noticed by any observer in any frame of
reference

you might want to choose.

More discussion of this issue can be found at the following URL.

http://www.awitness.org/unified/index.html

Or as an 'e-book' in the form of a zip file.

http://www.awitness.org/unified.zip

Some satirical discussion of 'lighter than air balloons' and
Einstein's

matter based theory of gravity can be found here.

http://www.awitness.org/unified/pages/tautology.html

A proposed experiment to test the predictions of the Unified Field

Theory can be found on the following page.

http://www.awitness.org/unified/pages/pioneer_experiment.html

2. ### Bob MastaGuest

Huh? Wherever did you get the idea that the Hubble constant has
anything whatsoever to do with solar gravitation?

Bob Masta

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