Gravitation & the Electroform Model:
From General Relativity to Unified Field Theory

by James A. Green, 11th edition, December 2004, Greenwood Research.
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The best short treatment of non-self-consistency theorems for classical General Relativity's Ricci tensor field equations leading to the electroform unified field theory based on vector-boson field equations in flat space with gravitational time-dilation only. Includes the derivation of the strong and weak nuclear forces from unified quantum field theory and associated experimental analysis, and derivation of General Relativity 2nd order special effect measurements from the new vector-boson field theory, including the perihelion precession of Mercury, the curvature of light around the Sun, and the gravitational redshift. Quantum effects, as well as space-time geometry, produce the observed 2nd order small effect measurements. Differences between the new and old model for gravitational field physics include the relative amplitudes of gravitational waves. Einstein's gravitational waves have 16 times the energy density of gravitational waves in the vector-boson field theory. In Einstein's model the grav-magnetic coupling factor μ corresponding to the electromagnetic factor μ is 4 times as large as locally mirror-symmetric Maxwellian-form equations for like-charges-attract fields (featuring a left-hand rule for fields with currents) predict. A revolution in perception.
Finally, the vector-boson model for unified force field theory is used to develop squeeze-boom cosmology, the theory of cosmic cycles with a derivation of the 238 billion year cycle time, and the theory of the limits of telescopic vision in which we discover the edge of the visible universe. Introducing observational time delay into the equations of cosmology yeilds a visibility limit outside of which galaxies are invisible and contribute to the missing mass of the universe.

In general, we must include observational time-delay r/c at distance r, so that for the Hubble "constant" H, which classical cosmological dynamics gives as H = H(t) = (2/3)/t, where t is the age of the universe, must be modified. Then

Hobserved(r, t) = H(t - r/c) = (2/3)/(t - r/c), or

Htime-delayed(t) = [(2/3)/t](1/(1 - r/ct)) = H(t)(1/(1 - r/ct)).

At the limit of telescopic vision where the universe expands at light speed, c = V = Hr = H(t)r.

We set c = Hobserved(r,t)r = (2/3)r/(t - r/c) and solve for r to find r = (3/5)ct, the observational limit specifying the edge of the visible universe, where t is the age of the universe in seconds. Thus the limit of visiblity if the universe is 13.5 billion years old is at (3/5)(13.5 billion) light years = 8.1 billion light-years. This is consistent with observational data for galactic distances. Using the Hubble Space Telescope for deep field research, we find galaxies much closer together near this observational limit, expanding away from each other in all directions in a symmetric manner, exhibiting both blue and red shifts to produce a locally multicolored expanding universe visible at an earlier cosmic time t = (13.5 billion years x seconds/year) - r/c, where r is the distance to the center of the expanding mass of visible deep field galaxies. The primal cosmic fireball is out past the 8.1 billion light year limit, invisible except for the microwave fireball radiation remnant, so that the night sky is black and speckled with stars and galaxies.

Press for images of the Hubble Deep Field
The Hubble Deep Field - NASA, Hubble Space Telescope.

Cosmic Yin-Yang: President George Washington images mythically in Galaxy M100 as the Spirit of Dollars and Cents. At high altitudes, mystic visions change more slowly than terrestial cloud cover visions.
George Washington in M100
Yin-Yang. NASA Space Telescope.
But his heart keeps calling him
backwards as he gets on the 707...

Applications to the equations of supernova dynamics and black supermassive rotators replacing black holes are also given. I also present my vision of unitary mythos, in which our vision of mathematical physics is associated with the mythology of the celestial sphere in the constellations and sub-illustrated by mythically imaging galaxies and nebulae adjacent to mythically significant constellation images. The celestial scenario of mythos is coordinated with virtual standing waves associated with spherical harmonics.

Left: Cosmic mythic imaging in the galactic core of galaxy M100.
The Long-Range Cosmic World Order of Galactic Higher Intelligence
signals with Galactic Spirits in The Revolution of the Eternal.

President George Washington materializes in Galaxy M100
as the Spirit of Dollars and Cents and the Godhead on the money.

Music: Tomorrow Never Knows from Revolver.

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List of Illustrations
Germane Quotes

I. The Overthrow of Classical General Relativity.
____The Invalidity Theorem.
____The Second Invalidity Theorem.
____Further Observations on the End of Classical GR.
II. The Electroform Model.
III. The Nuclear Force.
IV. The Electroweak Interaction.
V. Further Applications of the Electroform Model.
___Quarks, the Gluon Field, and the Rishon Model
___Beta Decay.
___The Metric of Spacetime Around a Rotating Star.
___The Mechanism of Galactic Jets and Quasar Drive.
___Electroform Cosmology.
___Relativistic Big Bang Equations and Solutions.
___Supernova Mechanisms.
___The Birth and Death of the Universe.
______The Primordial Explosion.
VI. Experimental Tests.
___The Gravitational Redshift.
___The Curvature of Light Around the Sun.
___Radar Time-Delay Effects.
___The Precession of the Perihelion of Mercury.
VII. Reference Footnotes.
___Mathematical Footnotes
_______SR Transformations.
_______Elementary Particles.
___Unitary Mythos.
_______The Legend of Light-Speed.
_______Visionary Starman.
Appendix A. Useful Identities of Vector & Tensor Analysis.
Appendix B. The Elementary Particles.

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M51 Whirlpool Galaxy, central eye - cover illustration.
FIG.1. Light-Clock Explanation of B-field effects.
FIG.2. The Wing-Robe of Orion & the Sensorium of God.
FIG.3. Photographing the Visionary Spirit of Revolution in Physics.
FIG.4. Sliding-bar arrangement for the Equation of Motion.
FIG.5. Quarks and Gluons: 3-jet event, gluon transport, non-abelian forces.
FIG.6. Mirror symmetry in beta decay.
FIG.7. Shell Geometry for Grav-Magnetic Field Calculations.
FIG.8. Lift and Compression Mechanisms in Galactic Jets.
FIG.9. Mean Density and Age of the Universe.
FIG.10. Supernova Progenitor.
FIG.11. Scene from the Star Queen Nebula in M16.
FIG.12. The Gravitational Red Shift Experiment.
FIG.13. The Einstein-Huygens Wave Front Deflection.
FIG.14. Computation of Deflection Normal to Ray.
FIG.15. Falling-Ray Deflection plus Huygens Deflection.
FIG.16. Falling-Ray Deflection with C a constant.
FIG.17. The Oblate Sun.
FIG.18. The Obliquity Precession of Mercury.
FIG.19. The Line Element ds = c dt' for a time-like interval.
FIG.20. Grav-Magnetic Field of a Spinning Sphere.
FIG.21. The 8-Fold Way: Spin 0 Meson Octet, Spin 1/2 Baryon Octet.
FIG.22. The 9-Fold Way: Spin 1 Resonances, Heavy Baryons, Table.
FIG.23. Decays and Interactions: Baryons, Mesons, Conservation.
FIG.24. Mythic Impact: Crater Apollineris Patera on Mars.
FIG.25. Constellations Along the Milky Way. Encoded Mythos.
FIG.26. Light Speed Identity in Speeding Archetypes.
FIG.27. "Les Mysteres des Infinis" by Grandville, 1844.
FIG.28. Archetype of the Speeding Forehead in Leo.
Supplemental Maps of Unitary Mythos.
Sir Isaac Newton, about the time "Pricipia" was written.
Portrait of the Author and Stardust from the Gemini-Orion Zone.

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Music: Once Upon a Time.

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