part III

Because of this progressive RTS distortion, there is also a force of inertia which has to be relative to such distortion. So during the rotation of an object, the farther you move to the outside of the rotating object, the stronger the gravity force you will get, for such gravity has to be relative in force to the RTS as it progresses in its size.

Even though the gravity created by the rotation of an object, which is usually referred to as centripetal force, and the gravity created by the acceleration of an object, which is usually referred to as inertia, are different, in that one is progressive and the other is none-progressive, they are both the same in that the same factor, the RTS distortion created by matter, is the one creating such force.

When an object rotates, its constant speed within RTS is distorted, for the same speed within the object, as it rotates, occupies different relative time spaces. At its outmost outside, the relative time space point is large, reducing itself as it is found towards the inside; and because the object is moving through both large and small relative time spaces, the object is in a constant acceleration process; and because the distortion of the RTS is circular, it is the same left as it is right, and therefore, the object's acceleration process is directed perfectly towards the center of its rotation, making inertia travel at opposite direction.

Inertia always travels towards the largest RTS. When RTS collapses, making one side smaller than the other, the smaller side is where the object is speeding to. So, even though this car is travelling in a circle, because it is going at a fixed speed in its orbit, it is actually standing still relative to such rotational motion space. But because RTS is collapsing from the outside towards the inside of the rotational motion, the car is actually accelerating from its side towards the center of the circle, creating inertia or gravity at the opposite direction.

Getting back to the speed of a mass being relative to the size of its RTS, if we could let the pieces of a divided orbiting object go off in a straight 90 degree angle, relative to their acceleration direction, we would be able to see the size differences in the relative time spaces where each part rotated in.

Because RTS would no longer be distorted by a circular motion, the different RTS sizes within the rotating spaces of each part of the object, which existed while the object was rotating, would now be obvious, for the pieces would be going off at their separate ways, having now occupied different speeds, by occupying the same constant relative time space.

{Because of this factor, every speed, no matter how fast or slow it may be, is actually the same, relative to a specific size of RTS. It is the size of RTS which dictates the speed of a moving mass, as well as the speed of a moving mass dictating the size its RTS.}

All of the factors which make gravity are one and the same, for it is a force which comes into being by the distortion of relative time space.

This same distortion of RTS is what makes a planet, a meteor, a comet or any other mass, body or particle of matter, as small as an atom and beyond, have gravity.

The Flexibility of RTS:

To understand how gravity forms in bodies of matter, lets first understand how the acceleration process works within them to give gravity its different levels of force.

{Gravity is same as speed in that its strength in force, is relative to the RTS it exists in. Strong gravitational force is same as weak gravitational force relative to a specific size of RTS.}

We have understood by now that the larger a space is, the larger RTS becomes within such space; and that the larger a mass becomes, the more time an object can take to move from one beginning point of such mass towards its end.

We have also understood that when an object accelerates, RTS within space shrinks relative to the rising speed of the mass.

So relative time space is a very flexible space. It can be infinitely large as it can be infinitely small.

When an accelerating object covers larger and larger amounts of space at a smaller and smaller amount of time, relative time space shrinks more and more. However, when the speed of the object finally becomes constant, gravity no longer remains active, for although RTS may have become shorter, it is no longer distorted by the speed of the object.

For example: Lets imagine two objects which traveled at different speeds, finally reaching the same amount of space. The first object, traveled at 25 mph and took 2 hours to complete its journey, while the second object traveled at a speed of 100mph and took 30 minutes to complete its journey.

In this sample, one object has traveled at a slower speed than the other; however, this is only when relating the speeds of both objects to a same expansion of relative time space, for within different relative time spaces both objects can be travelling at the same speed.

Lets say that the first object which traveled at 25mph would have had an expansion of space to travel in of 12.5 miles across. Relative to that space, both objects would have traveled at the same speed relative to their own individual relative time spaces.

Even though these two traveling spaces have their own RTSs which are different in size, relative to each other, by their own individual selves they are actually the same space within time, for both spaces are being completed in motion at the same amount of time.

It is just like when two objects rotate on a string, orbiting two different spaces, reaching the same rotation point at the same amount of time.

The only difference in these examples is that because these two objects are travelling in spaces which are independent of each other, each moving object does not covers different size RTSs at the same time; so no RTS distortion is created, and therefore, no gravity is produced while they are travelling at a constant speed.

Gravity Unified:

So far, we have understood the relationship within space, relative time space, matter and how one type of acceleration process works within them.

We have also learned that when matter covers space, it is also covering motion.

So now that we have most of the factors of gravity, lets place them together to learn how gravity is possible within all matter.

Just like the RTS of a mass shortens when a mass travelling at one stable lower speed rises to another stable higher speed, the same process happens when matter covers space, for matter as it covers space, also shortens the RTS within space by occupying it; in other ways, it replaces it.

For example: Lets imagine that we had a bunch of rocks together in space. Because matter as it covers space, also occupies motion, the relative time space within the area of every rock has been reduced by all of the atoms making each rock, and therefore, within such area the process of speed has been achieved.

[Here I am only explaining speed, not acceleration.]

Furthermore, the space where all of the rocks reside, since it is also being reduced by the rocks themselves, has also become, like each individual rock, a speed factor in itself.

Because matter, unlike we see it, is like a dry sponge, with a lot of empty space, its speed is diluted; so, in this sample, each individual rock, as well as the whole area of rocks, are not creating much gravity. However, if we could imagine a mass of matter so dense that it could cover a certain area of space completely, then such mass would exist all over such area at a zero amount of time, for there will be no RTS within the meaning of such mass.

This means that, since the object would be covering an area of space completely, it would also be replacing all of the relative time space within such area. So by occupying a certain space of RTS at the same amount of time, all over, this would be like an object traveling from a beginning point of such object to its ending, at a zero amount of time.

part IV