Propellerhead Forum Requirement to solve the Unified Field Theory from Korg site

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2008-04-27, 08:24
 WhiteMatter Guest Posts: n/a
Requirement to solve the Unified Field Theory from Korg site

The requirement to solve the Unified Field theory required all four forces being put together to show their relationship to each other and the beginning formation of matter at the time of creation called the Big Bang. Quantum Physics cannot tell you what you will end up with by doing this, but the Professor knew you would come up with a clock. When you turn the symmetry of time in E=mc2 around it shows time is relative to a single observer in multiple places in time, not multiple observers at the same place in time because time is relative. Time is not relative. Turning E=mc2 around correctly adds the observer to the equation and creates real time so now we can keep track of motion. E=mc2 is a result of one weak force cycle and is all the energy and particle mass there is at any point in time. If you are paying attention then you must be thinking: "If the weak force creates a particle, and E=mc2, why does the weak force cycle create so many particles in each cycle as E=mc2 appears to show?"

The reason is very simple when you understands what time dilation is. If you observe a clock going past you at close to the speed of light you will see it running very slow. E=mc2 is E=m observed from a second inertial frame of reference, the time it takes to create a particle when time is dilated/slowed down. Looking at the weak force cycle from W's inertial frame of reference E=m. That is to say one particle is made in the time one cycle of the weak force. If you were to count the amount of matter in the Universe based on E=mc2 rather than E=m you would end up with far more matter than there really is. This has happened and the result of this mistake is called Dark Matter. Physics is still searching for dark matter as you read why they will never find it.