PRODUCING AN ARTIFICIAL POTENTIAL.

SLIDE 18

  • MAKE AN ARTIFICIAL SPACETIME STRESS
    - OPPOSING E-FIELDS
    - OPPOSING B-FIELDS

  • FORCE FIELDS SUM-ZEROED
    - SCALAR FIELD
    - ZERO VECTOR FIELD
    - E AND B FIELD COMPONENTS STILL EXIST AND ACT
    - ENVELOPE IS ZERO-VECTOR
    - ENVELOPE IS SCALAR
    - DYNAMIC SUBSTRUCTURE EXISTS

  • ENGINEERS BOHMíS "HIDDEN VARIABLES"

  • BENDS SPACETIME

An artificial potential is deterministically patterned spacetime stress, made by opposing E-fields and/or B-fields so that they sum to vector zeros in a special pattern.

The resulting zero-summed envelope has no EM force field, to an external observer/detector.

However, the infolded E-field and B-field vector components still exist and act. They may dynamically vary, so long as their summation is always kept to zero.

The simplest variation is to vary all their magnitudes at once, by the same degree. In that case, each one comprises an "EM wave." However, the summation of this cluster or "locked group" of waves still exhibit a zero-E and zero-B field to any external observer/detector. In other-words, to an external observer, one now has a varying wave of pure spatiotemporal stress, but one which has a deterministic structure. This is a scalar EM wave, or electrogravitational wave. It is also an alternating current of specific scalar pattern.

Varying the stress of spacetime locally, curves it locally. This violates the conventional assumption of restricted general relativity that local spacetime is uncurved (is a Lorentz frame).

By use of scalar EM waves with deliberate substructures, one can engineer Bohmís "hidden variables" so that quantum mechanics becomes deterministic rather than statistical. This is a drastic change to the common (Bohr) interpretation of quantum mechanics.

And Einsteinís intuition that God does not play dice with the universe turns out to be correct after all.

Since physicists havenít seen where the real game was being played, it has all seemed bewilderingly statistical to them.

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