Alice Law and The Relativity Theory

 

Chapter 2

 

The Close Relationship between Fields and (c+v) (c-v) Mathematics

 

Han Erim

February 22, 2011

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We have seen in the previous chapter that (c+v) (c-v) mathematics represents the behaviour of light. The first and the foremost outcome of this mathematics is that it gets into connection with FIELDS.

 
Let’s reconsider the figure in which we placed the lamps outside in the previous chapter. There is one observer in each box; the lights are turned on when the observers are on the symmetry axis and as a consequence, the observers see that the lights are turned on simultaneously. To make it easier, I have illustrated the lights as yellow balls here (please consider them as photons). (Animated Figure 1)

 

 

We see that an event which we can explain as follows is taking place: Imagine that there is a ruler in each box which is tied to the observers from their midpoints. It is remarkable that the light beams seem to use the ruler belonging to the observer towards whom they travel. If we think by taking the REFERENCE POINT as basis that the speed of the light moving towards the observer is constant, namely c, we can see that the speed of the light beams does not change depending on the ruler on which they travel. It does not matter whether the light beam reaches the observer from back or from front; the speed of the observer is not important, either. The result is always the same and the speed of light stays the same according to the destination, as the ruler is tied to the observer and the speed of the light beam is constant according to the ruler. We also see that this behaviour of light is independent from other reference systems and that it is only according to the ruler belonging to its destination. (Animated figure 2)

 
For the observer on the ground (the eye), this situation can be summarized as follows: The speed of light is (c+v) and (c-v) depending on the direction and the speed of the ruler, as the ruler is tied to the observer and the speed of light is c according to the ruler.

 
What happens here is so simple; however, it is extremely interesting and astonishing. This situation is the first and the foremost outcome that (c+v) (c-v) mathematics provides us with.

 

FIELD CONCEPT

 
Before us, we have an important issue to consider and to solve, which is: Does the ruler, which we utilize while describing the behaviour of light, have a correspondent in physics? Does our present knowledge in physics tell us what this ruler is? This is a very important question indeed, because if this question is not answered, then we will have to face a more difficult question like “how can light know the speed of the object that it targets to reach?”

 
It is not necessary to make a detailed search. We will find the answer in the gravitational law of Classical Mechanics. Classical Mechanics claim that every object has its own FIELD and that the object impacts the space around it at the rate of its own mass. In order to explain the impact mechanisms of gravitational force and electrical forces, physics use FIELD and FIELD FORCES concepts. Actually, physics has not yet been able to answer the question “What is Field?” clearly, but it’s OK. According to Classical Mechanics, the field belonging of an object has to move as the object moves. What matters now is this great resemblance. We have seen that the observers carry their rulers with them. Depending on this resemblance, we can assume in principle that the ruler represent the field of an object. We can say that the rulers represent the fields of the observers.
Such an assumption brings along two important outcomes. First, Classical Mechanics and (c+v) (c-v) mathematics will establish a close relationship without any enforcement. Second, a significant progress will be achieved on the issue of fields, as it is obvious that we will have fresh information about fields when we associate the reasons of (c+v) (c-v) mathematics with fields. We can easily see how revolutionary and significant such an assumption might be.

 

 

Electromagnetic interaction occurs via fields.

 

 

In fact, (c+v) (c-v) mathematics does not need an additional concept such as field. Actually, what the ruler symbolize is not that important. When it is necessary to make calculations, we can place imaginary rulers as we have done here, and we can make all relativity calculations without any mistake.

 
The fields in Alice Law are physical realities. Alice Law is already a law achieved by taking the gravitational law of Classical Mechanics as basis. I have also published a study on this issue, under the name “Field Concept.” It would be good if you could take a look at it.

 
Considering the relativity theory with fields significantly facilitates understanding this theory. The existence of relativity is a direct outcome of the existence of fields.

 

 

A ruler was tied to each observer in the animation above. Below, I have symbolically shown the same event by using fields. Each observer has a private field and the light uses the field of the observer towards whom it travels. 

 

At this moment, it is necessary to make some definitions.

 
What is Speed of Light Constant (c)?

 
Electromagnetic waves travel in fields. The speed of an electromagnetic wave in a field is c (c constant speed of light). c value symbolizes the highest speed to be achieved in a field.
Here we can see how much Alice Law changes physics. Thinking that light travels in the space and that light travels in fields are two completely different concepts. Alice Law goes down from general to specific; it involves details.
 
What is Field?

 
The matter of fields also needs an explanation. 
Field: The areas to which the gravitational force belonging to an object reaches constitute the field of that object. 

 
Such a definition is enough for Alice Law for now. This definition of fields provides us with minimum information, but at the same time, it keeps us within physics.

 
Two basic principles have been defined for fields in Alice Law. These principles are very helpful if they are used for achieving logical deductions in relativity. 
1. Every object has its own field.
2. Each piece of an object is a separate object and thus it has its own field, too.
I would like to draw your attention especially to the second principle. You can see the importance of this principle in the experiments of Alice Law. I will frequently mention the issue of fields in the forthcoming chapters.

 

 

The relationship between (c+v) (c-v) mathematics and fields

 
Alice Law shows that fields are real physical magnitudes, just like concrete substances. The fact that Alice Law brings along such an outcome is its biggest surprise. Unfortunately, we don’t currently have any answers to issues such as what fields are made of, what their relationship with matter is and what they actually are. Discovering these mysterious structures which affect the space around an object and which harbour the operational mechanisms of gravitational force, load forces and electromagnetic interactions and finding out what they actually are will be among the greatest topics of research for physics in the future, as they are now. However, it is of course not obligatory to answer these questions in order to understand the theory of relativity. Examining the outcomes of (c+v) (c-v) mathematics is enough for understanding what kind of effects relativity causes. 

 
It is a fact that if (c+v) (c-v) mathematics and fields are correlated, the answers to many questions about fields will be obtained from Alice Law. Associating this mathematics with fields is the most reasonable approach to have.

 

 

 

Finally, I would like to show you the difference between Albert Einstein’s Special Relativity and Alice Law. For this reason, I have deliberately added the figure above. I wanted to demonstrate you how difficult it is to imagine the presence of (c+v) (c-v) mathematics in nature without using the field concept. It is so difficult that even Albert Einstein, the father of the Relativity Theory, has mistaken.

 
As Albert Einstein did not have a field concept unlike Alice Law does, he considered space as an entire body while he built up his own theory. He also thought that the limitation of the speed of light had to be valid on space. According to this theory, regardless of the reference system from which it is measured, the speed of light gives the same result for all reference systems, which is c constant speed of light. 

 
However, space is not an entire body in Alice Law. There are fields belonging to different objects in space. We can think of fields as private spaces belonging to objects. The limitation of the speed of light is valid within these private spaces. As the speed of light is c according to the field on which it travels, the speed of light changes according to the reference system from which it is measured and the target towards which it travels.

 
I have reached Alice Law by utilizing FIELD concept right from the beginning. That’s why I have been able to see the details which Albert Einstein couldn’t. Alice Law is simply wonderful.

 

My dear physicist friend,

 
You need to learn Alice Law as quickly as possible. There are two chapters in total, including the previous chapter. All the proof necessary for you to have your decision about Alice Law is in these two chapters. You will find the outcomes of Alice Law in the forthcoming chapters. 

 
If you ask somebody else about Alice Law, you should be careful, as the person you are asking will most probably not have better knowledge than you do. Moreover, if he/she is under the influence of Albert Einstein’s theory, his/her eyes are blind, his/her ears are deaf and his/her thoughts are scattered, because his/her mind is sick. The actual name of this sickness is “Brain Contraction”. It is because he/she has been thinking with Lorentz Transformations for a long time. You have to think and decide for yourself on Alice Law.

 
Let me tell you one last thing. In order to obtain the theory of Special Relativity, you need to start by using two boxes, two lights and a symmetry axis as you see here. If you start like Albert Einstein did, you will unfortunately fall into the trap like him. If physicists had an option like Alice Law one hundred years ago, that is in 1905, none of them would have turned towards Albert Einstein’s theory and you would be in Alice Law today.

 
I invite you to Alice Law.

 

Han Erim

 

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