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The concept of attraction at a distance (gravitation) has been viewed with
skepticism by physicists since the time of Sir Isaac Newton (he although
formulating gravitational theory, found the concept illogical).
If one concedes this view with the exception of localized field circulations which mimic such, the natural inference is that the net charge in the universe is repulsing. This being so, then the only conclusion to be drawn is that all point-energy in the universe is expanding. This has in fact been the quantum dilemma when treating the electron. Unless it is mathematically "tricked" by attributing it zero volume, it expands to infinity in a photon flash.
The most surprising conclusion from the model to be presented is that even the emptiness of space proves to be the result of field transformations.
One of the curiosities that inspired this quest was a thought experiment
of standing in a very long hallway with horizontal lines painted all the
way down one wall. Facing this wall we see the horizontal lines as they
are actually painted (Fig.1b)...horizontal and parallel. Then as one looks
in both directions down the hallway they see mirror images (Figs. 1a,1c)
of these lines converging towards their vanishing points.
In order to get an unbroken two-dimensional picture of these three views;
we need either a very wide-angle camera or a camera that takes a continuous,
incrementally digitized, sweep-picture of all three views, much the way
an audio sine wave is digitized. The latter would give the best assimilation
possible, of all three views. Both though would produce curved lines from
straight lines, cresting where the wall meets ceiling and floor, closest
to the observer (Fig.2b). Although any line at eye level would appear to
be straight, other lines would curve increasingly away from eye level. It
struck me how similar these lines were to field lines. My initial reaction
though was that the observer alone was causing this result, so I abandoned
the idea. Years later in testing logic of the Expanding Matrix model, I
reexamined it to see if the effect could be explained therein…and remarkably
it gave a flawless explanation. That explanation is the basis of the Expanding
Matrix Theory.
For a concise explanation of Visual Perspective within the context of Expanding Matrix Theory (without other supporting arguments)...go to: http://members.tripod.com/Exmatrix/abstract.html#anchor9
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