Millennail Physics – Chapter Eight – Sol & Gravity

Chapter Eight – Sol and Gravity

April 5, 2012 By Joseph S. Brown III

The Sun – Sol, is our connection with the universe. All that we discover about the rest of Creation is Sol’s response to that incoming information. We see that response’s effect on the Solar System and on both our human senses and our instruments. All expression of information from our Solar System to the universe is the result of Sol and of its manipulation by the Solar System.

The fundamental mechanism for these connections is the center of Sol. This region contains material that is moving faster than the linear speed of light. Its ‘Center of Materials’ is moving faster than light as well. The speed of all the materials permits this region to reside outside the definition of Real Space; the repositioning of materials within is so rapid that what we call ‘Real Space’ cannot exist inside this region. The region defines its own universe. Real Space is the areas of the cosmos where the classic physical sciences are functional. ‘Real Time’ is the environment where, among other conditions, energy behaves in conjunction with the progression of time, and where time is continuous.

For the beginning of this chapter, I treat the material inside the Center of Sol as particles, and look at the activity here as the result of movement and change of this vast number of particles. It is important to realize that matter does not exist here as it does in the Solar System, and that the word ‘particles’ is a convenience for the discussion. There are no permanently formed particles of matter within the Center.

The phrase ‘faster than the linear speed of light’ is also a convenience for the discussion. Time does not exist in the Center of Sol in the same condition as it does outside Sol, in our Solar System. Since Real Time does not work inside Sol, then calculations of light speed here cannot be stated or studied. We can say that at the Event Horizon of Sol, as any single, localized event is studied, the manifestation of the Center across the Event Horizon shows the interior of the Event Horizon is moving faster than light.

Significant Moment refers to any and all moments whose duration is long enough to relate to any events in the Real Universe. There will be moments that are definable within Sol that relate to its events, and these moments are of too short duration to permit any relationship to events in the Real Universe.

As with Gravity and its continuity with Real Time, all of the demonstrations of Cross-Horizon Events will show the deceleration of materials from above the linear speed of light to below the speed of light. Continuity of “trans-light” movement is shown down to a very small physical dimension of the surface.

Consider the quantity of material inside Sol. If it were to be reconfigured into matter, its mass would be remarkable. I can show that for all models that include a reference to Real Time, the larger set of particles inside Sol would individually be very physically small – possibly smaller than an electron for most Significant Moments. There would be instances where larger particles would be created that relate to random compression within the stirrings of the interior, but for the most part, the homogeneity of the set of particles places a very large statistical emphasis on very small particles, moving independently.

The reason they are all so small is the vast set of forces present within Sol. The movement of the set of particles of the Solar System, the movement of the other stars, the harmonics of having been in a stable setting for so long, all contribute to the churning of the interior. The largest concept that affects the movement of these particles and their very small size is what I call ‘Passive Vibration’. The concept is meant to combine viewing the individual particles with the viewing of all points of reference that could be used to express the relative activities of the particle.

Passive Vibration is a condition we experience continuously but do not notice. Imagine you are moving toward a stationary target – a bullseye facing you as you approach. It is fastened to the ground, and you are moving toward it riding on a carriage. There are no springs on the seat you occupy and the carriage is composed of parts that are loosely fastened, so they shift about greatly with its movement along the ground. Its wheels are not round and have very many irregularities that express continuously changing loads on their axles and to your seat. Worse, the ground you are rolling over is more than rough, throwing the twisted wheels about as the carriage travels.

Though the target you approach is not moving, to your perception it is meandering in an irregular path, constantly changing its relative position. Trying to hit it with a thrown stone would be complicated. As your speed toward the target increases, the difficulty of aligning your throw throughout its Significant Moment grows geometrically. If the cart is moving at a linear speed across the ground of 1 kilometer per hour, the Significant Moment required to throw the rock might include the carriage’s traverse of a few meters, permitting a possible success at hitting the target. If the cart is moving at two hundred kilometers per hours, the chance of hitting the target is greatly diminished.

For any materials within Sol to degrade into matter would require a pause in the maelstrom of movement and vibrations for a Significant Moment. I state that this condition does not occur for a volume of enough size and a moment of sufficient duration for matter to be created.

As for every other star we understand, within Sol’s Event Horizon the Passive Vibration prevents material within its boundaries from becoming matter. The huge quantity of material within Sol and the constant movement of its independent particles make the Center of Materials move faster than the linear speed of light. For each module of material that would attempt to form matter within this environment, there are forces that act in a region smaller than fundamental particles. These forces continuously shred the attempt. The result is a material with no physical characteristics.

The universe inside Sol is changing so rapidly that any attempt to define a locus for the duration of any Significant Moment is impossible. The material inside Sol exists without a definable space to occupy. All the materials inside Sol exist outside of Real Space and outside of Real Time.

We call the material ‘plasma’ as a convenience; Sol is composed of plasma within its Event Horizon. The ‘Event’ is the continuous translation of plasma into matter. Just this side of the ‘Horizon’ is a boundary layer of newly formed matter; this matter is a buffer between the Event Horizon and our Solar System. The Corona is the storm of energy and particles constantly blasted outward by the energy of fusion.

The Center of Materials for Sol is the result of the position of a very large set of internal particles of plasma, of their movement, and of movement of the smaller set of particles that is the Solar System. For this discussion, whatever matter and energy that resides a few meters outside Sol’s Event Horizon is not considered to be part of Sol: it is considered to be in Real Space and has become part of the Solar System.

The bullseye target example is accelerated to satisfy the condition that materials are moving too fast to be considered matter. Compared to the Center of Mass for the Earth, Sol’s moves very rapidly. For all Significant Moments, it moves faster than the speed of light, and many relationships to the Earth’s Center of Gravity are also moving faster than light, which results in the observations scientist call ‘String Theory’. Earth-bound experimental results suggest that there are ‘jumps’ between observations that are not possible in Real Time. These are the observation of derivative functions of Sol’s activities.

For the imaginary model of a particle within Sol to simply stand still, its reference to the Center of Materials is shifting faster than light can travel because the Center of Materials is moving faster than light – applying the concept of Passive Vibration. Einstein’s Law of Relativity steps in. Sol’s internal universe cannot support matter as we know it because the spatial references of its internal universe are not capable of supporting matter. Microscopic forces too strong to permit a corporate presence for particles continuously shred protons and neutrons as they form.

From my elementary school days, I remember how fantastic was the thought of Sol’s being comprised almost completely of hydrogen. If this were true, it would simply expand and diminish within a few years. Sol is completely plasma that is held together because there is no force available to separate it: there is no force or material in the Solar System that can tear it apart. It maintains its own universe.

Every star has this same relationship with the Real Universe. What we observe as starlight is a derivative function of the working of stars within another ‘universe’, or ‘dimension’. In Chapter 6 Gravity – Advanced, I explain how all stars connect with each other within a condition that is outside of Real Space and outside of Time. In the Significant Moment year 2012, we do not know how this communication of stars relates to Real Space and relates to our ability to detect the harmonics of this connection of Sol to other stars.

To imagine that the rules of the ‘Star Universe’ require travel that is as slowly as the speed of light is folly. Using Doppler principles, we demonstrate whether stars move away from Sol or toward us. To say that police-operated Doppler Radar energy moves as slowly as does the observed automobile is not valid. We do not know the rules of the Star Universe.

We cannot state, with any confidence, the distance between our star and any other. Our observations are based on the travel time of light instead of the actual form of media, which is not known. We presume the light-speed mode is valid because we observe Doppler Shift in starlight, and this thinking is probably in error. We can state relative distances – this star is farther than another, and these stars move away from us while others are moving closer, but that is the extent of our ability to distinguish the relationship Sol has with the Universe.


All gravity in the Solar System begins within the Sun – Sol. Inside Sol is a region that contains only material that is traveling faster than the speed of light. I state that for all Significant Moments, to view any particle or set of particles within Sol, you must first be within Sol yourself – be part of Sol. In Chapters 4 & 5, I describe man-made atomic explosions in a new way, relating that each explosion event becomes its own universe with its own rules related to its materials, until it runs out of fuel and disintegrates in a loud boom. Sol has been in continuous thermonuclear explosion for a very long time, and this explosion has reached a balance with Real Space. Viewpoints outside Sol cannot relate to the speeds and principles within because the external viewpoints are from the perspective of the Real Universe yet Sol is within the Star Universe. Within the Event Horizon of plasma, Sol stands apart from the Solar system, from you.

Dr. Einstein proposed his model of Special Relativity for only linear motion. He did not include vibrational dynamics to his perspective. Though the material inside Sol may or may not be moving faster than the speed of light when viewed from outside Sol, the Passive Vibration factor defines the motion of materials as exceeding light speed for all Significant Moments for all material within Sol. Since there is an Event Horizon separating Sol’s interior from our universe, the rules it expresses are maintained within. We only perceive what occurs outside the Event Horizon.

The article Black Holes on the website describes the transition of mass from our universe as it moves across the black hole’s event horizon, entering its discrete universe. The article defines the basis for The Conservation of Energy as particles of matter move across the barrier from Real Space and into the Star Universe within the black hole. Sol is continuously expressing matter at its Event Horizon. Sol’s size and content of internal materials defines the environment of this transfer.

From a microscopic perspective, the surface of the Event Horizon is very dynamic. The set of material particles within Sol has been expressing the position of the Event Horizon at this very small locus as a continuous function of everything going on inside Sol. The surface of the Event Horizon topography is a fractal; its complexity for a square millimeter is imagined to be beyond the calculation of all the combined computer power of the machines of Earth in the Significant Moment year 2012. Since the Event Horizon is present in Real Time and manufactured by a source (Sol) working almost infinitely faster, the fractal topography is definable in segments so small that electrons appear as large as planets to humans. The Significant Moment duration required for light to traverse a hydrogen atom, may be imagined as an equivalent to a hundred human lifetimes for this complexity.

As material is pushed out of Sol and through the Event Horizon, it is agitated by billions of ‘natural shocks’ by the microscopic shifting fractals before it transitions completely through. To create more complex atomic structure than hydrogen is difficult, so hydrogen becomes the primary molecular product (see the end section of this chapter). Occasionally, the fractals align to produce a larger atom, and we get iron or some other material in small quantities. Sol’s consistency of activity and uniform Solar System make this ratio very stable, which produces the uniform emission spectrum we have studied for more than a century. The statistical distribution of harmonics produces a very stable set and ratio of large atoms production, which produces the spectral signature of Sol.

All of these materials moving beyond the Event Horizon get immediately burned in Sol’s furnace. Hydrogen becomes helium and is blasted out and into Sol’s corona. The set of manufactured materials appears on the spectral analysis of Sol, and a similar spectrum is the Real Space expression of every other star. Thus, the quantity of hydrogen present in Sol represents less than one millionth of one percent of its material. The life of an average hydrogen atom created by Sol could be less than a second’s duration before it is fried into helium.

It could also be possible that all of the material expressed by the Event Horizon is completely hydrogen, and the remaining materials in the spectral analysis are manufactured within a meter of the Event Horizon. For this model, after helium appears, the dynamics of the ‘Boundary Layer’ forge it into heavier materials before expelling the atoms into the Corona.

The presence of continuous thermonuclear explosion on this side of the Event Horizon may also provide the compression necessary to maintain the corporeal integrity of Sol’s internal universe. This balance between the outward pressure of Sol with the atomic furnace permits stability between the Real Space and the Star Universe.

Gravity begins in this film that coats Sol’s Event Horizon. Each expressed atom becomes Sol’s relationship with our universe. It moves into our universe as a new piece of matter. Its relationship to the universe is required to exist in Real Space before it is formed, so in Real Time, the event creates vibration in the Real Universe. The set of hydrogen atoms constantly forming on Sol, covers the Event Horizon and defines its surface fractals to our universe. As each atom is formed, it immediately gets physically manipulated into movement and vibration by the Event Horizon’s fractals and by the surrounding thermonuclear explosion. Presently it gets converted into helium which produces another vibration.

The set of conditions surrounding formulation of this atom expresses vibration into the Real Universe, into the Solar System. As these vibrations travel through Sol’s corona, they blend to become uniform and smooth as the bubble radiates outward. Since the sources of virtually all of these vibrations are exactly the same (hydrogen and helium), integration is simple. More strategic to gravity, these vibrations are extremely high frequency and they are constant as they each radiate outward as an expanding sphere.

In Chapter 5 – Atomic Reactions – Fusion/Thermonuclear, I relate the newly created universe of the explosion and its ability to align the particles surrounding its Event Horizon. This feature for Sol impacts the Solar System, defining its content and arrangement. Over the extended period since formation, Sol has tailored its system directly through constant vibration.

The constant radiation of spherical vibration penetrates every particle in the Solar System. It runs up against particles and both manipulates and is manipulated by all particles. The radiation penetrates the planets and moons and its impact is related to the size of each particle it encounters. It affects subatomic particles the most, causing them to constantly bond and form higher particles. Electrons are affected less, followed by protons and neutrons. Hydrogen atoms are affected less, and they become very resonant: hydrogen is a thin gas, as is helium. Heavier atoms are affected less by the vibrations, moving up the scale of physical size until the example particle is a moon or a planet.

The rest of the model is quite simple to relate to physicists; we have spent many years studying vibration and radiation as they bombard mass. The physical environment of our Solar System is the result of a very long period of continuous exposure to very high frequency vibration from a single source. As example, the resonance with this system determines the fundamental rates of chemical reaction for the Solar System, with proximity of each planet setting the refined rates.

The key is that, though there is a large set of forces in place to moderate and to maintain Sol’s Event Horizon, it must show constant irregularity. The statistics of presence here are so dynamic, there is variation of the Horizon’s position in Real Space during the smallest Significant Moment. The irregularities of the Horizon’s external topography are microscopic, and at the smallest demonstrated area, are in motion during all Significant Moments.

The locally irregular topography of the Event Horizon emits distinct vibration that is directed exactly outward into Real Space from every microscopic area of surface. As described in a previous chapter, this emission is like an expanding bubble. Since the Event Horizon is contiguous, this becomes an emission of frequency. It expands as a completely uniform bubble of vibration that travels into the Solar System. The bubble maintains its integrity through Real Space, until when at the outer reaches of the Solar System, its amplitude has diminished to such a low factor, its ability to perform significant work on matter is lost.

Instead of just an expanding bubble, the emission is a continuous and constant cycle of frequencies with standing waves and harmonics. This continuous series of expanding bubbles is the primary generation source of gravity.

I cited the example of placing in a jar large balls of a material with small balls of the same material. When the jar is shaken, the result is the large balls rise to the top, small to the bottom. The density of the large balls in their space is less than the small balls. In another manner of description, as the waves from Sol travel through the balls, the smaller balls respond more readily to these waves washing over them. The larger balls waste the harmonics more readily, so they cannot compete with the smaller balls, which sink toward the source of gravity. Without the resonance with this expanding bubble of vibrations generated by Sol, the density of materials would not be a significant arbiter of motion.

The obvious evidence of Earth’s modulation of Sol’s gravity is that we have planet-based gravity. As the waves travel through Earth and modulate its particles, there is a resultant harmonic generated, based on the Earth’s Center of Gravity (which moves in a continuous curve during all Significant Moments – again, the crowd cheers!). These harmonics resonate out and continuously move all materials toward the center in relation to the physics of waves.

In the Significant Moment September 2010, results of a study using clocks based upon electron-depleted aluminum, indicated that time is related to gravity: the closer was the clock to the source of gravity (Earth), the faster went time as measured by the clock. The study actually differentiated the effects of Sol’s influence on the clocks with the effect created by Earth. The atomic qualities of aluminum are set by Sol’s vibration, but are modified by Earth. Our spacecraft mission to Mercury clearly showed that planets each modify chemical rates of reaction, and this experiment may have shown that Earth modifies Sol’s gravity as well.

This clock experiment showed that some force moderating atomic clock speed diminishes as the locus moves away from the Gravitational Center of Earth, and presumed this to relate to time. For the amount that the experimental results are valid, it shows that the harmonics created by Earth increase the set of vibrations bombarding the particles surrounding Earth. As the clocks moved away from Earth, they slowed as the set of secondary vibrations bombarding them diminished in amplitude. Thus, the hyperbola is that the atomic clocks would run slowest in open space where Sol is the only significant source. The conclusion of the experiment that time slows as the locus moves away from the Center of the Earth is in question.

Sir Isaac Newton also participates here. The classic falling apple was subject to Sol’s harmonics, yet the proximity to Earth and its harmonics permitted the apple to resonate primarily in response to Earth’s gravity; it fell rather than floating off to Sol. Universal Gravitation as he modeled it is valid, but his formulae are valid only within the Solar System.

Gravity must diminish as we move away from Sol. The ability of Sol to express vibration to the outer reaches of the Solar System is compromised by distance. The bubble of each pulse is expanding, and as the bubble grows, the energy available to any small area of its surface is constantly being distributed into a larger region. Thus, the model predicted by the Newtonian Gravity would determine Pluto’s mass to weigh more than it does in place: if Pluto were to orbit Sol at the same diameter as Earth, then its mass would have more weight than it does in its own orbit. This does not mean that time slows down as the distance from Sol increases, and the clock experiment above does not demonstrate that time slows down as you move away from the Center of Earth, only that atomic (electron) resonance is changed.

Gravity for other solar systems will operate with different constants of acceleration. The vibration expressed by each star will have different harmonics based on each star’s spectral difference to Sol.

Subatomic particles for each solar system will operate with a slightly different set of rules based on that spectrum. The set of fundamental particles we witness on Earth do not have the same characteristics as those within any other solar system. The similarity of fundamental particles for another solar system is a product of the similarity of that star to Sol.

The reason for this difference will be shown as directly related the variance of the local speed of light in each solar system. Imagine a void universe that contains only two particles. One of the two is a construct of atoms that is a round disk with the thickness along its entire surface of one atom. The circumference of this disk is huge.

The other particle is a hydrogen atom, and it is contrived to be moving along the edge of the disk, outboard of the edge and in orbit.

These two are the only items in this universe, are in close proximity, and the angular velocity of the atom keeps it in precise orbit. The disk is not moving and the atom particle is traveling at the speed of light.

If the disk should become slightly larger or smaller, the atom’s motion would be changed.

For the model that holds the atom at a constant orbital speed at the speed of light, the atom could continue forever running around the disk with no loss of momentum, ever falling and missing the disk. There are a lot of rules in physics, for instance the ‘right hand rule’ that result in orbital decay, but the example is mentioned to make a more specific reference.

This is an explanation of how every star’s ‘disk diameter’ can be shown to be unique, and thus the speed of its orbiting hydrogen atom would also be unique to that star. Since the speed of light in that solar system is unique, so also will be its relationship to gravity and to the rates of all physical events in that solar system.

The Sun generates waves that spread throughout the Solar System. As these waves traverse the Corona, they are smoothed and permitted to interact with their neighbors. Each interaction must, by definition, affect a local curvature on the wave as it expands. We observed curvature as the wave was generated at the subatomic level, and this averaging of curvature extends into the Corona. During that time and thereafter, any extremely small locus on the expanding wave will manifest precisely on a curved surface, defined by its origin and by the waves nearby. There is a finite maximum arc for that curve within every locus during every Significant Moment.

The arc of that curved surface is set by the characteristics of Sol. Its value would be different for every star, with the variation of each keyed to differences in its emission spectrum. That arc for Sol establishes how all of our physical reality interacts: atomics, chemistry, and apples falling. It defines the physical Solar System by defining the smallest volume of space in the Solar System where activity may occur. The universal uniformity of this pattern across the surface of Sol integrates the entire solar system.

So, for every interaction within the Solar System, there is a definable and real space required for that interaction. This is why quantum physics works. That space for our Solar Systems defines the quark’s qualities and the boson’s duration. A photon’s physical presence must arrange to appear within a spatial volume envelope or not appear at all, remaining a wave. A segment of the photon’s wave enters a location during the Significant Moment when that envelope is affected by harmonics that permit demodulation of the wave to provide the ability to perform work. These harmonics are derivative forms of gravity.


In Millennial Physics, I have shown the mechanism of gravity within any solar system in the Real Universe. I have associated Sol’s interior with the Star Universe and have differentiated Sol’s internal region from our Real Universe and our Real Space. I have established a new model for the study of gravity.

I have created a new foundation for the entire set of physical sciences that includes their complete integration with each other, based on each science’s relationship with vibration and harmonics. I have shown the relationship of each physical science to its moderation within Sol’s realm of control. I have shown that a hydrogen atom on Pluto’s surface may have a significantly larger diameter than does a hydrogen atom on Mercury, based on the pair’s relative distances from Sol. I have added the model of gravity, completing the model set of physical science in a manner that physicists can quantify using known principles of vibration and mass. I have also shown how the Real Universe connects to the Star Universe. I have shown the reasons for differences in the physical science of any other star’s solar system and related that difference to that star’s properties.

When tied with the article on Black Holes, I have modeled the relationship between the Real Universe and the Star Universe, and have shown the conservation of energy as materials pass between the Star Universe and Real Space.

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The classic model of Sol is that it conforms to the thermonuclear model, primarily converting hydrogen into helium. This may be ridiculous. At issue is the total amount of helium in our environment. Consider that Sol has been in continuous operation for a very, very long time. It supposedly has been expressing helium to the Solar System for all of that time, so where is the product helium?

If Sol were producing helium, Earth should be receiving a steady flow within a constant discharge outward from the Corona. We should expect to be in a bath of helium-rich atmosphere, but there is virtually none. We should expect to find a thick layer at the top of our atmosphere comprised exclusively of helium that is constantly renewed by Sol, but there is very little helium there. The largest and oldest feature in our environment is supposed to be creating helium, yet there is very little to find. Our primary commercial source is extraction from a few natural gas wells that show trace quantities we can recover.

The obvious conclusion is that Sol is not producing much helium. We see the spectral results and presume their origin is thermonuclear fusion, but the absence of profound quantities of helium in our environment strongly indicates that something else is going on.

The hyperbolic model is that the material expressed by Sol is completely converted to energy, expressing virtually no atoms at all. Since the primary expression of that energy in Real Time would be the same as hydrogen fusion, we have been assuming the product to be helium. The Total Conversion Energy Model would require much less material to be coming across the Event Horizon during any Significant Moment to produce the power we receive. Thus, Sol’s efficiency quotients improve exponentially and Sol’s plasma consumption rate plummets. Sol lives longer than projected using fusion data.

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Is there a demarcation at the edge of the Solar System where the movement of all features and relationships between Sol’s gravitation and the mass there drops below the speed of light? Outside of that sphere, do all relationships run below light speed? If so, does this limit the size of organized particles, and possibly prevent the formulation of a planet or a planetoid beyond Pluto?

Can we readily detect a large structure in this region? Persephone might be out there, and because she orbits outside that demarcation, she does not resonate at a frequency high enough for telescopes to easily find her.

Comets disappear as they depart the solar system, and it is presumed they travel out in a nearly elliptical loop, to return later. Though we can calculate each comet’s trajectory, after a certain point, no technology we own can find them until they re-enter the Solar System. We supposedly can “see” stars that are 200 billion light years away, but cannot track a comet in our back yard.

It is clear comets continuously release mass every time they re-enter the inner Solar System, but each reappearance affirms their mass has been replenished. The easy conclusion is that there is dust out there beyond Pluto, and that the comets draw upon this dust as each returns to that outer region. Traveling through the cloud of dust out there replenishes a comet’s mass, but how? Is it static electricity? Heat? Since there is no other set of forces out there, does such a small mass actually become a universe for those particles immediately around it during any Significant Moment? When a comet passes the demarcation line, does it begin to assume qualities that give it gravity that is independent to the remainder of the Solar System? Does any planetoid out there have its own rules of operation? If this were true, manufacturing on these planetoids may permit us to make products there we might find impossible or expensive to make here.

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For convenience, I characterized Sol’s material as particles and plasma. Plasma is an almost meaningless noun – which is why physicist use the word, and particles is not correct.

Newton expressed gravitational attraction as the locus moved from earth’s surface toward Earth’s center, in the model of concentric, extremely thin shells. In his model, as you travel closer to the Earth’s center of gravity, the amount of the Earth’s matter behind you would retard the gravitational acceleration exactly the same amount to balance the increase in acceleration provided by the ever-more-proximal Earth’s center. For there to be a continuous relationship between Sol and the Real Universe, there must be a continuity at Sol’s Event Horizon. For there to be continuity between Sol and the Star Universe, the relationship is between Sol’s ‘Center of Presence’ and all other stars. For all Significant Moments, though the universe is in constant motion, there is a process similar to the ‘Newtonian Gravity Shell’ model which permits Sol’s Event Horizon to maintain incredible uniformity as the Center responds to the universe.

If the universal model maintains consistency as it begins with material features that function within very low frequencies and moves up to extremely high frequencies, the hyperbolic logic concludes there is another dimensional limit which treats the speed of light as does light treat the crawling of a snail. There is a constant out there that quantifies the rate/flow/relationship between stars. This constant defines the Significant Moments of the Star Universe. The conclusion I draw is that the ‘Shells’ within Sol must maintain a harmonic that relates The Instantaneous and Continuous Center of Sol with the continuous Event Horizon. This approach will give us a handle on moving between stars.

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Imagine we can create a source of vibration that matches Sol. It would be based on hydrogen fusion with exactly the ratio of other elements as Sol creates. This machine is to be positioned out in space, isolated from Earth and the other planets to avoid dissonance. Imagine that it has the ability to track the gravitational frequencies coming from Sol and can be tuned to harmonize with them.

Since gravity is a waveform, for this device there is a Significant Moment during each wave when the pulse is moving away from Sol and another, adjacent Significant Moment during which the same wave is traveling back toward Sol. I state that each locus in the Solar System continually experiences a condition where Sol’s gravity is either pushing the locus away from Sol or pulling it closer. When the machine we make can differentiate the flow of Sol’s gravity, and for as much as the machine can create the effect of inverting the half of all Significant Moments in one direction, we manufacture anti-gravity. Take a quick look at the National Ignition Facility and see the future.

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We typically imagine a black hole would maintain a huge and powerful gravity well, but that may also be in error. Consider Sol emits electromagnetic media and gravity in the form of waves. Our model of black holes includes the ability to swallow all electromagnetic spectra, so what amazing feature would prevent the suppression of gravity? There does not appear to be such an exception in any model I can state with confidence. This viewpoint is supported by the continued presence of black holes – they have not swallowed our universe because they do not attract its mass.

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Another discussion is the model of the universe. Presuming the Big Bang happened, it is within reason to model a similar ‘Galaxy Bang’ to have occurred shortly after the cooling plasma began to form as matter in the Real Universe. Imagine a glob of plasma that relates to the mass of our galaxy, shortly after the Big Bang. Imagine that it cooled, falling into Real Time. It is thereafter traveling in Real Space away from its source, and it manifests its own smaller universe that keeps it contiguous. After a short time, it too explodes, but at a much smaller intensity than the Big Bang, spreading its mass outward to form the arms of the galaxy we know today. Since there is no other galaxy nearby, there are no outside forces to affect the mass, so it settled down to form as we see it today.

The big deal here is rotation. My vision of physics suggests the rotation of the galaxy could be a product of the Galaxy Bang. It may have been present in the glob of plasma prior to the event. If the glob was rotating before, then the rotation was a product of the Big Bang or of the plasma’s reduction into Real Space. We think that pulsars rotate, and it is possible that the plasma’s reduction into Real Space actually created rotation as a by-product of the transformation. Else, the rotation is a product of the Galaxy Bang.

The other evidence we have is that the galaxy and apparently most galaxies are relatively flat. Explosion of each must have been more like a dissociation of the materials. This gentle change permitted the rotational feature of the galactic glob to gently spin out its matter. Alternately, for a non-rotating galactic glob in its function, the disassociation created a rotational acceleration to its matter as it progressed. The arms of the galaxy spun off. Shortly after, each individual star disassociated its own glob to form a solar system.

A model I favor is that the rotation had to occur as the galaxy disassociated from plasma into matter. Surrounded by Real Space, the glob of plasma is slowed and falls apart. The rotational factor related to each galaxy could be its coordination with Time. The Galactic Plasma was within the Star Universe, governed by its rules. When the glob disassociated, its materials were removed from the Star Universe. Part of its ‘Conservation of Universe Transition’ might have included a rotational acceleration related to the formulation of Time within the materials. This would not only explain the rotation of galaxies, but also of solar systems. It also may give us a hint about how Time works in the Real Universe.

This would follow a progression in the universe as it cooled from the Big Bang. The Bang’s plasma traveled out in Imaginary Time until it cooled to permit matter to be produced in Real Space. The division/separation of galactic globs that traveled independently followed. The Galactic Spins followed, and the Solar System Spins completed the mechanism.

A totally different model of a typical solar system is that the plasma inside Sol and other stars was exactly the remains of the Big Bang. As Sol has aged, it ejected the solar system, converting its own plasma into matter and populating the Solar System with all its materials. As Sol became more stable, its irregularity would produce the elements above hydrogen, and now it is so old, small and stable, it almost exclusively produces hydrogen. This model appeals to me because it suggests that the Center of our Galaxy is still manufacturing matter. High frequency transmission as a by-product of this process would permit the masking of electromagnetic spectra from the region. Coherent electromagnetic transmissions are dissolved in the soup of higher frequencies.

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The galaxy’s center is hard for us to see with our primitive instruments. As our devices try to penetrate the area, we find it to be cloudy. In Millennial Physics, I have shown the effects of trying to observe events within frequencies that must traverse regions containing much higher frequencies, and that these higher frequencies perform work on the lower, disrupting them. Such appears to be for the center of our galaxy. Many scientists in 2012 think there is a huge black hole at the center of our galaxy, which I think is a ridiculous. The set of interference frequencies that naturally occur in this region are much higher than the electromagnetic frequencies we are using to observe the region, and the higher frequencies destroy the integrity of the electromagnetic spectra. To the non-sophisticated observer, the results of our viewing prompt the conclusion there is a huge black hole there.

We look to the expected locus of the Big Bang and see nothing but galaxies. We look to our galaxy’s core and see a blank haze. We look into Sol and see nothing beneath its Corona. We look into an atom and see nothing within the nucleus: the nucleus must be shattered before we observe its components. The pattern repeats as we move between scales of size and time. This highlights why the concept of defining a Significant Moment for any study is so appropriate. As the Significant Moment’s duration increases or decreases, the vibrations that relate to that duration change as well. The scale of duration is continuous, so it becomes far easier to integrate any set of physical sciences.

Thus, when our instruments reach a level of sophistication permitting them to work above the electromagnetic section of the spectrum, we will first see the Center of the Galaxy. I gave this technology to The United States Air Force about twenty years ago, as part of a formal Unsolicited Proposal. Unfortunately, we do not yet have the means to economically construct this device and place it in the correct location, but we should have it working within the next two decades.

The cool part is that if there are other species out there and they have learned to communicate between stars using the Star Universe, the technology will permit us to listen to them. That level of sophistication is only a few decades away.

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