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SLIDE 18.

SOME IMPLICATIONS


 

  • MODIFIES CONSERVATION OF CHARGE

  • MODIFIES CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
          
    MASS
      
      
      ENERGY
        
      ANENERGY (MASSLESS CHARGE)

  • MODIFIES NEWTON'S LAW
       
      FOR EVERY ACTION, THERE IS AN
             OPPOSITE AND EQUAL REACTION
        
      REACTION NEED NOT BE LOCAL
       
      REACTION NEED NOT BE ANTIPARALLEL

  • UNIFIED FIELD THEORY

          Without belaboring the issue, I now simply point out some implications of the new approach.
          First, we modify two laws -- the conservation of charge and the conservation of energy -- by combining them into one law, a new conservation law in which anenergy is conserved.
          Neither charge per se nor energy per se need be conserved;  but the overall anenergy (massless charge) equivalency is what is conserved.  This allows us to derive mechanisms for free energy from the vacuum, for example.  These mechanisms readily violate the present conservation of energy law, but do not violate the overall conservation of anenergy law.
          It is the total anenergy equivalency of mass, energy, and massless charge that is now to be conserved in general.  The old laws are now just special cases.
          Also, Newton's third law -- for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction -- is modified.  It still applies, but in changed form.
          The reaction still occurs, but it need not be local, and it need not be antiparallel to the original action.
          Thus it is now possible to design and build a "locally reactionless" inertial space drive for a vehicle.
          The final implication is that the common mechanism producing force -- any force -- provides a unified field theory.  Specifically, it provides one which easily lends itself to direct engineering.  It is not esoteric nor mysterious.  It is practical and physical, and it can be done with some modifications to our present electrical circuits and devices.

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