Bill Rabinovitch
Arrives in another Galaxy

"We reached my galaxy!"

Germain closes the rear hatch, and starts to re-pressurize the rear cabin.

Germain shouts, "Great work Fantasy!"


"I'll stow this weapon and..."

"Put the crate back in the hold."

Fantasy explains, "I positioned us far enough from Tatooine that we won't be noticed by the Hutts."

Fantasy continues, "That's how we usually approach, so I assumed that was what you wanted."

Germain replies, "Good work. We'll wait for dark to land. The easy part is over Now we have to deal with this wretched hive of scum and villainy."

"We are actually welcome here, aren't we?" asks Vishnuh.

Germain responds, "Yes, I invited you, and I welcome you to Tatooine, but the Hutts might not be so friendly. Therefore I'll land Bill, Father Flash, Lord Anubis and you under cover of night, so you don't have to go thru customs. Trust me, you don't want to have to go thru Hutt customs."

Bill inquires, "We're really at Tatooine?"

Germain answers, "We're in my solar system. You can see the two suns."

Germain adds, "While you're all up forward now..."

"I'll rearrange the seating in the rear ..."

Germain taps his touch screen and the chairs move.

"Now we can relax while we wait here for nightfall," Germain offers

Germain explains, "With two suns, we can have a narrow window of night.
Only under cover of dark will it be safe to land."

Bill asks, "Well then, as I was asking before the pirates interrupted us, what about Schroedinger's equations? They predict where electrons will be. and even if your theory were true, how would that make the red shift a quantum effect?"

"I'll get to Schroedinger's equations in a minute, but first let me explain the quantized red shifts. When you do something which effects the inner node and causes the electron to jump to a different inner shell, the entire field out to the outer shell has to adjust to the change That change in energy state typically radiates through the field as a photon. Think of the photon as a modulation wave riding on the spherical vortex carrier wave that is the electron."

"Wait, that sounds like the old theory of the aether. The Michelson-Morley experiment proved there was no aether."

"One reason your Michelson-Morley experiment didn't show the electron's spherical vortex wave as an aether - the photons were riding on electrons coming from a light source traveling along with the experiment! Still, that experiment did show that motion had no effect on the photons' speed, proving the Lorentz contraction was necessary to explain the result."

"Yes, exactly, and later the Kennedy-Thorndike experiment and the Ives-Stilwel experiment proved the complete set of Lorentz Transformations were necessary to explain relativistic effects."

"True, however to see it from our point of view imagine looking at the inner shell from the outer. Imagine there are lines of force spiraling in from the outer shell to the inner one, along which time-space expands and contracts. Imagine the inner shell moves. For the resonance to continue the resonance paths must remain constant, so the path transit times can remain the same in all directions. I'll show you on the monitor."

"Here you see the inner electron shell moves the distance L, and the wavelengths of the resonance path along L must contract to maintain the resonance with the outer shell. This explains the phenomenon which makes the Lorentz contractions necessary: time-space expands and contracts in a spherical vortex wave between the inner electron shell and the outer. Further, time-space must expand or contract to keep the resonance paths of the electron vortex wave constant in all directions, hence it will contract more in the direction the inner shell is moving."

"If a photon leaves the electron at lambda 1, it will transverse the same number of cycles of the spherical vortex carrier wave to reach lambda 2, whatever the speed of the inner electron shell. Therefore, because the wavelengths of those vortex cycles have been shortened due to time-space contracting to compensate for the electron moving along L, the photon will appear blue shifted to an observer in front of the photon. Conversely, the path to an observer behind the electron sees the vortex wavelengths increase, and the photon will appear red shifted, but either way the photon travels the same number of vortex cycles in the same period of time, so its speed doesn't appear to change. This is because time-space expands or contracts changing the distance traveled so all paths have the same transit time to maintain the electron's spherical resonance. That's how we explain the speed limit for light and the doppler effect. How does your science explain why there's a limit to light speed?"

"We don't explain it; we just assume it based on observations."

"Exactly. so you can see our science is ahead of yours. When your scientists grasp this, they'll understand why NASA's EMDrive can produce thrust. Only when you can see why there is a limit to light speed, can you see why that limit did not apply to the energy released by the exploding blackhole which created your Big Bang. In other words, your so called inflationary period was not a singularity either, but a consequence of the physics, if you really understood it. Now to continue my explanation: Nothing about the Michelson-Morley experiment, the Kennedy-Thorndike experiment or the Ives-Stilwel experiment, proves the photons weren't riding as a modulation wave on the spherical vortex carrier wave of the electrons which produced them, and that becomes relevant when a photon ripple reaches the outer shell at a cosmic distance, because the photon no longer has the vortex carrier wave to ride on. Thus when photons from distant galaxies head toward us, they lose energy when they reach their electron's outer shell, and that sudden loss of energy appears as a quantum red shift. It doesn't mean the galaxy accelerated."

"But if a photon hits a mirror, it will change direction, and can't continue riding out on the same electron wave."

"It can follow along an electron wave from an electron in the mirror."

"Smoke and mirrors aside, then we should see that the red shift occurs in quantum steps, instead of being continuous."

"The movements of your own galaxy, your own solar system, and your own planet effect the red shift, making it look more or less continuous. But if you factor out your own movement, you'll see the quantum steps. In fact, one of your astronomers did this. Tifft, working out of the University of Arizona. No one believed his results, so your University of Edinburough attempted to disprove it, but they only confirmed his results."

Germain explains, "Here you see the quantum red shifts plotted by Tifft. Below that is a plot of Schroedinger's equations."

Germain continues, "You can see the plot of Schroedinger's equations fits the curves Tifft observed, thus showing a macro version of the equations apply at the outer as well as inner shells."

Germain concludes, "Naturally this was so upsetting to prevailing theories, the only possible response was for your scientists to ignore it, and claim quantization was either coincidental or due to a so-called geometrical effect. Just as you invented the Big Bang as your creation myth, you can invent ideas to refute the evidence against it."

Fantasy observes, "One sun has now set over Mos Eisley."

Germain responds, "Thanks Fantasy. This is a good time to explain what's going to happen. After the second sun sets we're going to leave orbit."

"We're heading for Little Mos Eisley, which you can see on the monitor "

Germain continues, "I'll land near my office, and we'll unload some crates the Hutts don't need to see."

Germain points out, "This is my office. We'll store the crates there in my walk-in safe. There' s bed in the safe, and it's the safest place I have, so that's where you'll be staying Bill. Fantasy will stay there with you to watch out for you."

Germain goes on, "Then I'll take High Priestess Vishnuh, Father Flash and Lord Anubis over to my gallery, where we'll set them up for the night. The Jawa and I will unload Bill's art there, then we'll take the ship to make our official entry at the spaceport."

"We'll have nothing to declare, but it will take hours while they search the ship, so we'll be back about when morning breaks with the first sun rise."

"OK, got it. Now to get back to your views of science, if an electron has an outer shell, does a hadron also have that structure?"

"Similar, except a spherical gravity wave is involved instead of an electron's spherical vortex wave. It's easier to understand why mass is relative, when you see that spherical gravity wave will increase or decrease in frequency due to a Doppler effect when it's moving. The higher the frequency the stranger the gravity, hence the greater the mass appears relativistically. The hadron's outer shell is much, much smaller than the electron's, greatly reducing the time for a wave to travel from the outer shell to the inner. Thus compactions of time-space arrive so quickly the inner shell appears solid to observers using scanning microscopes. The smaller size also accounts for the weakness of the gravitational force compared to the electromagnetic."

"Does the gravitational field fall off beyond the outer shell? If so, that would have been seen by our astronomers!"

"First, I'll tell you where it isn't seen. The outer hadron shell is large enough to encompass your solar system and the surrounding local star systems. Therefore Newton's laws still apply. Beyond that, there's a difference, but it decreases inversely with the square of the distance from there as the Newtonian prediction approaches zero. However, it's not even relevant to stellar mass because you only measure stellar mass in binary star systems, using Kepler's laws which are based on distances, and period of rotation, and don't rely on knowing the gravitational attraction between your system and the binary system. That's why your astronomers haven't seen it."

"Now I'll show you where it is seen: In every spiral galaxy! Your scientists can't explain why a spiral galaxy forms arms, but the fall off in gravity beyond the outer hadron shells explains it. New stars form at the edge of a galaxy, but as the circumference increases, the radial spacing increases more that the axial spacing Eventually the radial spacing exceeds the outer hadron diameter in places. That's where the galaxy's stars begin spliting into arms. The dark matter between the stars still causes a gravitational attraction between, but the force is less than where the hadron shells overlap. The radial gravitational pull is no longer uniform, and the mass of the stars begins to clump into arms, which eventually become twisted into a spiral by the rotation of the galaxy Because of the fall off in gravitation beyond the outer hadron shells, there's actually more dark matter needed to hold the galaxy together than your scientists have conjectured."

"Your scientists also can't explain the 'winding problem.' Why the spiral arms don't wind tighter and tighter as they spin? It'because gravity doesn't work like your classical physics thinks, so isn't able to pull them in, whereas instead there's a balance between centrifugal forces, and the more limited scope of gravity the hadron outer shells allow. The gravitational attraction along the arms is stronger than between the arms, which is why the arms are a stable formation, while centrifugal forces explain why the spaces between them are stable."

"Finally, you see it in the acceleration of the expansion of the universe. Because the solar wind from each star extends a vast distance beyond the star's gravitational field, that solar wind is blowing the universe apart, beyond the power of gravitation field of the stars. and the gravitational fields you call dark matter to hold it together. At first the gravitational fields were strong enough to slow the expansion from what you call the Big Bang, but once the expamsion reached the point that stars were beyond the range of each other's gravity, then the repulsion of protons in the solar wind, being a continuously applied force, started producing the acceleration you measure (at least that part which is not due to an error in measurement because of a quantum effect in red shifts or luminosity)."

"Now wait a minute, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN proved the Higgs boson exists, confirming the theory of the Higgs field to explain gravity. Higgs just won a Nobel prize for that work!"

"Higgs came up with a bandaid for the standard model of the atom, which requires belief in a "Higgs field," brilliant because it fit the facts, but again totally wrong. Now I have to break the news to you: the up and down quarks Earthians theorize to be the building blocks of hadrons are never actually seen in any of your collider smash ups. The reason they're never seen is this: they don't exist. Quarks are the epicycles needed to make the math work out for your backwards model of the hadron, where you have the tail wagging the dog."

"But he predicted the Higgs boson would be found, and it was!"

"And if you keep looking, you'll find even more resonances at higher energy states. Your science didn't even predict a specific energy level for the Higgs. Anything you found at a higher energy level would have been good enough. Sorry, Higgs just came up with another bandaid for your standard model. Insisting the Standard Model is correct because it makes accurate predictions is like the Ptolemy astronomers insisting there must be epicycles because they could predict eclipses so well. Higgs deserves the same sort of credit as Heisenberg, who came up with the Uncertainty Principle to explain problems observing the position of the electron: A brilliant bandaid that managed to fit the observed facts, but is totally wrong. It may take centuries before your science is able to back out of these blind alleys. Earthians think they're smashing together tiny protons, but you're actually colliding the center locii of the protons' huge spherical complex gravity waves. At points the peaks and troughs within those colliding waveforms will match sufficiently in spin, phase and direction to sum, and those summed points produce your observed particle effects, such as what you call the Higg's boson The waves soon go out of sync, which is why those particle effects decay so rapidly. It takes time for the collision effects to propagate to the outer hadron shells and return to a stable resonance, which is why it takes around 10^-23 seconds for what you call the strong interactions to form the hadron inner locii again "

"LIGO, The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, was built to detect gravity waves. If every object involves a spherical gravity wave as you claim, wouldn't LIGO be constantly detecting your gravity waves?"

"No, a spherical gravity wave appears to you as a static gravitational field, just as an electron's spherical vortex wave appears to you as an electrostatic field. LIGO was built to detect the 'gravity waves' that Einstein predicted. We call them waves in the instability of time-space because what Einstein was talking about is a ripple in the instability of time-space which will distort dimensions in the planes of reference it passes through, thus changing measurements in its path, Those distortions in measurements are what LIGO looks for, so it won't see spherical gravity waves, which you simply call gravity."

"Sorry to interrupt, but night has fallen, and we should land."

Germain says, "We'll have to continue this conversation later Bill."

"Everyone please thke your seats. Next stop: Tatooine !"

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