Resonant Field Theory
Introduction to the Resonant Field Theory
What could be more exciting than understanding the very fundamentals of the universe?
More advanced than Einstein?
Certainly. Why not? Isn’t it about time?
Actually it’s quite easy once one understands more fundamental concepts than Relativity and quantum mechanics… namely, the basic field mechanism that produces and manipulates those very field structures he was trying to combine into a unified field theory.
Resonant fields are simply more basic and therefore more encompassing than the earlier theories. What’s more, they are very much easier to understand. After all, it’s easier to understand buildings if you first understand bricks.
Scientific advancement at the most fundamental level has been stuck in a rut since Heisenberg and Einstein were at odds over Relativity vs. the Uncertainty Theory Principle. Both have merit. But each fails to complete the task of unifying all of physics, indeed all science, into an easy-to-understand, intuitively-simple, model of the universe.
To solve the problem, RMRC examines the most fundamental mechanism of the universe… the movements and relations of subquantum fields… to discover that the universe is not random!
That is, it appears random to us, but its underlying operation sequences through specific, deterministic algorithms of interrelated flowing fields. Such subquantum field systems generate all of the things that we observe… such as time, distance, movement, the existence of one thing separate from another thing. Subquantum fields resonant to produce atoms, light, gravity, and everything else.
The Resonant Field Theory unifies the four basic forces of nature… the weak and strong nuclear forces, electromagnetism and gravity in an intuitive, logical and easy-to-understand model of the universe. It explains why gravity usually only attracts, where the other forces both attract and repel. It answers many of the questions others thought were “impossible” to understand.
It allows us to peer below the quantum limit, so that we can understand what Heisenberg said was impossible to observe. The difference is that the Resonant Field Theory explains why, and where Heisenberg got off the track.
It’s amazing what one can learn when one doesn’t stop looking just because others say that something is impossible to see.
Physics is not based on opinion, but empirical (lab demonstrated) fact. But it’s amazing how opinions affect how we view the evidence. But what’s really amazing is that it all turns out to be so simple that people say, “Now why didn’t I think of that!”
The Birth of a Star
It is spectacular.
It is complex.
But is it really so very difficult to understand?
Heisenberg imagined the universe to be fundamentally random, i.e. having an “uncertain” outcome based solely on statistics, and therefore un-understandable.
Yes, the birth of a star is complex but it is not random. If it were random, as Heisenberg supposed, then every once in a while, out of the cosmos, would pop a Mars, a Milky Way…. or even a Hershey’s with Almonds!
The fundamental field mechanism >that makes up and generates everything in the universe is precise, deterministic, repeatable, causal.
Fields always do the same things under the same circumstances. As a result, they sequence through energy-flow algorithms that are determined by their field construction and geometry. Such sequences are more precise than random statistics because they are pseudorandom.
The common explanations of Duality are obsolete.
It is misleading to think of the micro universe as being made of billiard-ball particles or unreal waves.
Everything in the universe is made of continuously-moving, light-speed Resonant Fields.
Just as this Crab Nebula exists as a separate entity within the universal gravitational field structure, resonance confines discrete amounts of energy in self-existent, self-regulating, self-maintaining, pseudorandomally-flowing, interactive field structures that can and do exist within other resonant field systems without an interchange of energy.
Resonant field structures interact with, and modify gravity, but they do not exchange energy with it. Nothing in orbit does. Particles are pseudorandom sequences of field activities that produce effects we associate with billiard-balls, i.e. “particles.” Waves are pseudorandom sequences of field activities that produce effects we associate with ocean waves.
And, that’s all there is to Duality!
Light has a linear flow of its orthogonal electric and magnetic fields that confines its energy to the propagating photonic ray. It takes many rays to make up what we ordinarily thing of as a light “wave.”
Atoms, subatomic particles and gravity have a nonlinear field flow… a spherical resonance that confines its energy to the shape of its structure.
Bonding shells are also nonlinear, but manifest whatever shape the conglomerate of atoms in the structure have. They are also anti-gravitational.
As with a star, the generation of an electron from a nuclear reaction produces an identical electron each time. Even its speed and spin can be precisely calculated ahead of time.
The precision and reliable timing of radio activity points to a precisely-timed, exquisitely-organized, clock that ticks off each sequence of its internal events until the exact circumstances occur for generating and ejecting a radio particle.
As with all harmonic motions, Field activity develops each full quantum over time, eventually completing a full cycle, while traversing a full wavelength. Therefore it is an accumulation of “subquantum” activity that generates quantization by oscillating in full quantum units.
The “quantum limit” = one wavelength.
The reason one cannot determine the momentum and the “location” or any other attribute of anything more accurately than the quantum limit is not because subquantum activity is uncertain, but because each thing takes up its whole quantum space. To do otherwise would be like trying to find the entire Pacific Ocean in Singapore.
Again, Heisenberg’s view has been made obsolete by the Resonant Field Theory.
In order to interact, i.e. be observed, each thing being observed must sequence through its complete quantum of energy along with the thing it is reacting with to produce the observation. In the case of light, it takes a full cycle to complete an interaction, that is, to complete a minimum observation. Thus it cannot be observed in any 4-space smaller than it takes to complete the job.
It has nothing to do with inherent uncertainty. Rather, it results from the fundamental algorithmic field processes that make things work.
Heisenberg’s view is wrong because it presupposes the existence of a particle containing all of the energy, which he imagined to be smaller than the volume needed to complete all of its energy field activities.
Uncertainty is false!
Just as this unusual plant will genetically reproduce ones like itself, there is nothing random about it or the mechanism that makes it happen. The reproductive process is highly organized and precise, because the fundamental mechanism of the universe is deterministic, casual, and pseudorandom. It sequences through each cycle of field activity following the exact rules of field interaction.
Call it the “Certainty Principle.”