On the unification of the forces

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Rosemary Ainslie

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Abstract
The arguments in support of this magnetic field model are, of necessity, developed outside any standard frame of reference. This requirement is due to the unusual nature of the field’s concepts, which have no precedents within the standard model and this paper therefore precludes citations.

This 4-part paper details concepts and arguments in support of a non-standard magnetic field model, broadly outlined by the author in a 2-part paper published in the Journal of Nuclear Physics, (JONP), 2012 and titled ‘Proposed variation to Faraday’s Lines of Force to include a magnetic dipole in its structure’. This 4-Part paper expands on a proposed unification of the forces based on a primary magnetic force that underpins the weak force, the electromagnetic force, the strong nuclear force and the gravitational force.

It argues that magnetic fields comprise an underlying material structure of dipoles that have a fixed quotient of charge. Their wide range of size and velocity is determined by an inverse proportionality constant, the smaller the particle, the faster and vice versa. Their field assemblies are exquisitely structured to generate an orbital velocity in excess of light speed, which renders them invisible. This fundamental, dipolar material spans 10 dimensions all of which have one of three alternate time frames but which share a commonality in space.

Where the standard model precludes any defeat of the unity barrier this field model both predicts and requires this potential. Proof of postulate, more fully referenced in the conclusion to Part-4 of this paper was earlier established in the first of those JONP papers, titled Experimental evidence of a breach of unity measured on switched circuit apparatus. This paper published experimental evidence of a unity breach with anomalous negative wattage measurements.

The object here is to give a detailed account of the field concepts to encourage a wider review and then a testing of both this and earlier published claims. It is coupled with a hope that the field’s fuller potentials can then be enabled through a systematic unravelling of their mechanisms in line with these insights. The model is not complete, as critical aspects of both the strong nuclear force and the gravitational force require development and/or proof. Arguments in support of this model have been developed with the use of logic and reasoned accordingly. This should enable a wide dissemination of these concepts against a broad range of specializations and as required. Questions are resolved as they conform to principles of correspondence or to experimental measurements or both.
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4 comments to On the unification of the forces

  • Andrea Rossi

    Renato:
    Thank you for the information and the links,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Andrea Rossi

    Bill Hayes:
    Thank you for your data, received and recorded, and for your suggestions,
    Warm Regards,
    A.R.

  • Bill Hayes

    Dear Dr. Rossi,

    Here are my estimates for the Ecat SKL specifications:

    Dimensions: 75mm x 75mm x 75mm
    Electrical Power: 125w
    Efficiency: 86%
    Mass: 100g

    Even though you may have already designed a system to connect multiple Ecat cubes together, here is one suggestion for a power distribution bus configuration:

    1. A total of 9 Ecat cubes (or more cubes) could be plugged into sockets on a proposed power distribution circuit board.

    2. The power distribution circuit board would consist of a heavy-duty multi-level printed circuit board.

    3. Nine sockets would be mounted on top of the printed circuit board in a configuration that would provide close/optimum spacing of the 9 Ecat cubes.

    4. Each Ecat cube would have a plug installed in its base and would be plugged into a mating socket on the power distribution circuit board.

    5. The power distribution circuit board would be square, allowing for 9 Ecat cubes to be installed in a grid of 3 rows and 3 columns. Larger configurations of Ecat cubes might also be possible.

    6. This configuration would easily allow implementation of both series and parallel power output power connections to the Ecat cubes.

    7. The total output power of a 3 by 3 grid of Ecat cubes would be about 1,125 watts of electrical power in any series/parallel configuration, assuming each Ecat cube would produce 125 w.

    8. The dimensions of the power distribution circuit board might be about: 225mm wide x 225mm long x 300 mm high.

    9. The power distribution circuit board could also be used to supply input control signals to each Ecat cube through the plug mounted on its base.

    10. The use of a socket on the base of each Ecat cube would facilitate easy installation and/or replacement.

    Best Regards,
    Bill Hayes

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