Gravity

Gravity



The Process of Acceleration
by
Dr. Samuel V. Miensinompe


Gravity is the acceleration process caused by the distortion of relative time space bestowed upon by matter. Predominantly, such relative time space distortion is acquired within the volume of matter; within rotating and orbiting masses; and within the acceleration process of any mass, such as a car starting to run or a rocket lifting itself off the ground. However, such relative time space distortion also exists in the universe itself giving it a process of acceleration as well.

While other scientists are still hitting their noggins trying to find out what gravity actually is, here such factor is shown in the most logical manner ever made to clear up once, and for all times, what gravity actually is.

This is it! The most accurate theory of gravitation in the world ever made, guaranteed! If I am wrong, I shall gladly remove it from the net, and I will also write an apology for my mistakes and give you five hundred dollars ($500) for your trouble if you are the first person to find a more accurate theory of gravity. The theory has to be copyrighted before mine (before the year 1997) to avoid any imitation theories.

Any theory better than this one which could exist in the future will have to follow this same equation. Why? Because it is a flawless equation, fitting from every perspective.

It is my attempt to prove that forces such as centripetal force, gravity, momentum, and inertia, thought of as being different gravitational forces, are actually one and the same, formed by the same factors.

No theory in the world has placed all of these forces together in one equation before. If someone would have done such, he or she would have found what I did. The most accurate equation which explains what gravity really is, and from that, the whole meaning of the universe is finally revealed.

Many physicists get a few factors within reality and then bend them to agree with their own personal perspectives towards the universe. Even the most famous physicists have done such. However, I do not think of myself as the creator, I think of myself as a thinker and an observer. Therefore, this theory was done with the concentrated juice of pure evidence, and all equations fit from "every" perspective. Every Perspective! No assumptions! No guesses! No ideals of wanting to manipulate the factors of reality to fit them within my own personal beliefs.

{Please note: I do not believe that anyone who becomes acknowledged for discovering or improving any scientific theory, should be made into an icon so large that will prevent people from questioning such theories later on, for such factor shall prevent any better theories from being acknowledge.}

Example:

Einstein was a great physicist relative to his time. However, he stated that light speed was the ultimate speed. Einstein was wrong! Yet, he can not be corrected because he is a God in the physics world. So how can we expect to improve ourselves, our knowledge, and our future, if we become subjugated to the scientific beliefs of others. Science must be free from such.

If you understand the logical factors of scientific equations, you will see that there is no way possible for light speed to be the ultimate speed. There is no such a factor within the physics of motion because motion is relative. When motion is relative there can not be such a factor as light or any other speed being the ultimate speed, otherwise the factor of relativity would not exist, and such factor does! It does beyond the shadow of any doubt!

My question is, how could any of the great physicist that claim to know physics not see this simple premise? My only opinion is that they never really grasped the true meaning of relativity.

It is a shame to find out how behind we are in physics even though we are so advance in technology. I am hoping that any one interested in the real truth about the physics of motion would be able to read the following theory. We need the truth. We need to understand.

Many so called physicists have made a Saturday morning cartoon out of physics, with the Black Holes, and the Worm Holes, and Alternating Realities. None of it carries a true scientific value. It is all fantasy and speculation. A Black Hole is a collapsed star, not a hole in space. Worm Holes are a faulty equation. You can not bend space time; no technology can have that power ever! And you can never find Worm Holes naturally occuring in the Universe because in order to bend space time you need matter. Gravity is dominated by matter, no matter no gravity.

Physics is not as difficult to understand when it makes sense.


The following theory of gravitation was possible by:

* the knowledge which I have acquired through the understanding of Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein's theories in physics,
* my curiosity to find out the meaning of the universe,
* the knowledge I have learned from the environment around me,
* and my own experiments in physics.

The following theory has been made with many redundancies. Since physics is such a confusing subject for many people, the idea is to make the theory as easy as possible to understand.



Gravity
The Process of Acceleration



Understanding Motion:

To understand gravity fully, we must first understand motion. We think that when a body is in motion the motion of such body can only be known by the space or matter that it passes within time. Therefore, motion is when a body or mass, as I prefer to call it, passes a certain amount of space at a certain amount of time.

But, what if the size of the mass affected its amount of motion; this would mean that motion is not just a mass traveling through a space, but it is also the volume of matter covering such space.

So, when matter takes the place of space, it is not only covering space, it is also covering motion.

{Because the size of a mass also affects its relative motion, motion is not just a mass moving through space, it is also the volume of matter covering such space.}

Since we have to relate motion to space and/or objects in order to know that we are moving, this makes motion a relative event; and since motion is relative, then, the volume of matter taking or claiming such space must be in motion, even if it is standing still.

For example: The smaller an object is, relative to another, the more motion it will need to cover the larger object; but the larger the small object gets, the less motion it will need, to cover the bigger object from one end to the other. As I go on, I shall further elaborate on this factor.


It is to my understanding that motion is the relative whereby an action equals a same opposite reaction. When an object travels through space, relative to itself, it is standing still, and the other objects that are passing by are the ones moving.


The object or objects in motion here will depend on which of them you are relating motion to. If standing on the ball, the two bars will be the ones moving at 50mph at one direction, if standing on either of the bars, the ball will be the one moving at 50mph at the opposite direction of the bars.

There are other relative points where you can be in space where both, the bars (as one object) and the ball could be moving at the same time, in their opposite ways; but the important focus here is that none of these objects are moving relative to themselves, for their speed is fixed; and as long as the speed of a mass is fixed, the mass is actually standing still, for its own space, a space that I shall later refer to as "RTS", is stable.

This factor is why if you were moving at a fixed speed in a closed car, through a very steady, straight road, no matter how high the speed of the car might be, if a ball were to be thrown up to the air, it would always fall as normally as if you were standing on still ground, for, in every sense of the way, you would be, except, of course, for any shakes which the car may have because of the road. So as long as the speed of a mass is fixed, the mass is standing still relative to itself.

But what if a mass were to increase its speed. Lets take, for example, a car that is about to travel to a park. The car will be travelling at 50mph to reach the park within 12 minutes of time; however, before it does this, the car will need to gradually increase its speed to get to travel at 50mph.

As the car begins to accelerate, the driver begins to feel a little squeezed because of the force known as inertia, which would be traveling at the opposite direction of the car's accelerating motion.

While the car accelerates in a straight direction, its relativity to the space being covered in time begins to shrink, for it is taking the car less time to reach its destination as its speed increases. Therefore, the car will no longer be standing still relative to itself, for it will now be moving through different relative time space points of motion whereby the present space in time is always smaller relative to the past one.


{This space being covered within a certain amount of time is what I will refer to as relative time space or RTS. It is that space within motion, in which a certain amount of time is placed from the beginning of such motion till the time of arrival.}

So, as the car accelerates, its relativity within the space covered in time (its relative time space or "RTS") continuously changes, for as it accelerates, it will take less time for the car to get to the park. At 10mph, it will take the car one hour to reach the park; passing that speed to 20mph, it will take the car 30 minutes to reach the park; then 20 minutes at 30 mph, and so on as the car continues to accelerate till it reaches 12 minutes to get to the park at 50mph.

So, when a mass is going through the acceleration process, it keeps moving to a different relative time space point where motion in time is faster, thereby, making relative time space shrink at the direction of motion which the mass travels at, creating during the proceedings of this event the force of inertia.

Now, lets imagine that the car has reached its fixed level of 50mph. Since its speed is no longer collapsing its space covered in time (relative time space), inertia stops, and the object is now standing still relative to itself, even though it is still moving at a fixed speed of 50mph.

Now, imagine that the car has reached a close proximity to the park, and it most now reduce its speed. As the car slows down, its relative time space point of motion begins to move ones again, shrinking relative time space, only this time, such process happens at the opposite direction of which the car appears to be traveling. This is because, although we may think that the car is still moving forward, when the car starts to slow down, it actually starts to accelerate backwards.

To understand how a car by reducing its speed can actually be accelerating backwards, we have to take a closer look at the workings of motion.

Since according to the past relative time space point of motion where the car was traveling, it was standing still, for its motion was constant, now that the car has left that relative time space point by slowing down, it is now going at opposite direction of its past position, and therefore, it is now accelerating backwards towards reaching the same speed of the passing road as it slows down at opposite direction; so inertia now becomes active at the forward direction, which the car appears to be travelling.


Since masses shrink relative time space (the space in time that it takes to reach a certain place) when they accelerate, the more a mass speeds, the less time it takes to reach a destination, thereby shrinking RTS, and the same, but opposite happens when it slows down.

We can say that the relative time space point where a motionless mass is found, is a fixed space where a mass rests within relative time space. This means that within this space, motion travels at a fixed speed, none changing within relative time space. So the direction of motion as well as the speed which such mass would acquire would only be relative to the elements passing by.

When any mass begins to accelerate, it starts moving within relative time space (RTS) shrinking it at the mass' direction of motion, while leaving the larger RTS behind.

part II