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Challenge to the Heritage

Challenge to the Heritage

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Published by andrej rehak
The fundamental principle of the Universe cannot be some hidden, abstract and counterintuitive matrix. The principle of the Universe permeates every event and every occurrence. Its matrix is symmetric in every scale of its spectra. Its infinite complexity arises from the interaction of the simplest possible relationship. The relationship that is abstract, rigid and inherent, but intuitively clear and recognizable to everyone. That relationship is woven into nuclear, chemical, biomechanical, celestial dynamics, genetic memory… Using the principle of lever, all known earliest cultures of this cycle of humanity were harvesting awareness of the principle… It appears in everything we can imagine. And actually, its trivial formula is to be seen every time we ride the highway…
The fundamental principle of the Universe cannot be some hidden, abstract and counterintuitive matrix. The principle of the Universe permeates every event and every occurrence. Its matrix is symmetric in every scale of its spectra. Its infinite complexity arises from the interaction of the simplest possible relationship. The relationship that is abstract, rigid and inherent, but intuitively clear and recognizable to everyone. That relationship is woven into nuclear, chemical, biomechanical, celestial dynamics, genetic memory… Using the principle of lever, all known earliest cultures of this cycle of humanity were harvesting awareness of the principle… It appears in everything we can imagine. And actually, its trivial formula is to be seen every time we ride the highway…

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3.0 Challenge to the heritage
 Andrej Rehakwww.principiauniversi.com When the space-time term was introduced in early last century, physics was very close in an effort todescribe the world through a single principle. It became clear, and experimental evidence pointed tothe fact that space and time in different acceleration systems are not the same. In other words, clocksin motion, as well as those located in stronger gravitational fields were ticking slower... It wasdiscovered that the velocity and mass influence the change of space and time. At the same time, the speed of light was determining the upper speed limit of the Universe. This meantthat nothing, neither the mass, particle or signal at any point in the Universe
can’
t travel faster thanlight. Beside the failure to recognize the true nature of speed, the nature of mass was never clarifiedeither. So the Universe has become large, discouraging and for our concepts of time and spaceunreachable place, full of unsolved anomalies and phenomena. Strange and unknown, mysteriousand incomprehensible environment that assumes the existence of worlds unexplained by known lawsof physics...Without interpretive reason, the measured speed of light amounts awkwardly 299,792,458 meters per second. Although without proper physical connection, meter and second were locally adopted as unitsfor space and time. Taking into account the space-time variation, it is obvious that the idea of naturalspeed limit applies only within each separate referential system.If a stronger gravitational field slowed the flow of time and increased the space twice, compared toours, and since the measured speed of light remained unchanged, expressed in the space-time unitsof such referential systems, the amount of our light speed would be twice smaller and its frequencywould be doubled. So the frequency of our time and space in such referential system would bedoubled too. In our time unit, light would travel half the amount of space, measured within two timegreater space-time frame. As more mass creates greater gravity, the idea of the speed of light as an upper limit of the speed of the Universe, excludes the possibility of the existence of gravity fields equal to or greater than our lightspeed. That excludes the existence of mass which would generate such gravity. It is somehowequivalent to the definition of the edge of the Universe.In a sense it is not far from witnessed truth since it illustrates a marginal perception area of our space-time octave. For such gravitational fields we
adopted the name “B
lack holes
. As the epithet for theUniverse
is “endless”, it implies that it is a place of 
gravitational fields infinitely larger and infinitelysmaller than ours. If our referent speed of light remained the same, in referential systems of infinitelylarge gravitational fields it would converge to zero, while in the reverse case, it would grew to infinitelylarge.
 
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The result of such concept is paradoxical notion of "Black Holes" on one side, and the inability of integrating gravity in subatomic world, on the other side of perceptual spectrum. Measuring the world,we try to describe it by our physics which is determined by our locally measured, constant speed of light. The higher the gravity difference between our system and the one we measure, the greater thespace-time distortions and obvious anomalies in the results of measurements.This is because the same distance in time and space, measured from the referential system of higher gravity, provides lower result than the one measured from the weaker gravitational field. Theconsequence of such distorted perception of the world are unexplained negative acceleration of spaceprobes Pioneers 10 and 11, Pound-Rebka experiment result, the progress of Mercury perihelion (pointclosest to the Sun) greater than calculated, galaxy rotation problem (it was observed that the galaxies
do not rotate at Kepler’
s laws, but linearly, like a wheel), black holes, the accelerating expansion of theUniverse starting from the Big Bang, dark matter, dark energy, and countless other "solved" andunresolved anomalies, unproven hypotheses and theories.In the world of small, gravitation appeared to be too small to keep the electrons in their orbits aroundthe nucleus. Thus, introduced are weak and strong nuclear forces and electro magnetism...On both perceived ends of the infinite space-time scale, conventionally accepted are contradicting
theories of “big” and theories of “small”,
anomalous to each other.Trapped by light speed dogma, physics has become more complicated, mutually incompatible, anddifficult to understand for people outside the profession. It even became foreign to many physicistswho created it. Although Aristarchus heliocentric model (i.e. with the Sun as the centre around which the planets orbit)existed in the 3rd century BC, and according to this model, the Sun also has
n’t been at the centre
of these circles, purity and simplicity of the proposed model to explain nature, were not sufficient to cometo life in relation to the arguments of authority of the time.The originator of 
Ptolemy’s
geocentric system, Aristotle, defined the truth as the thought which bestagrees with the nature. Unable to believe that Aristotle was wrong in anything, the philosophicalschools after him defined the truth as thought which best agrees with Aristotle... And so, thanks to hisabsolute authority, and the fact that his model was a good fit with religious teachings of expandingChristianity (which at the same time used extremely brutal methods for suppressing the knowledge of nature), a study started by Aristotle, in some way, for many of the coming centuries, ended up withhim.Because of unfamiliarity with the mechanism of gravity, in Ptolemy's model of the Universe, the Earthis at the centre, and the Sun, planets and stars are orbiting around it at crystal spheres. As the Earth inits orbit around the Sun overtakes Mars and other distant planets, while Mercury and Venus overtakethe Earth, their observed orbits do not draw strait lines at the
Earth’s
night sky. In moments of 
 
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overtaking, the planets are seemingly slowing down and begin to move retrograde. It would be after some time that the direction of movement is back to normal (Figure 3.0.a).
Figure 3.0.a 
Retrograde motion effect perceived from observers orbit showing celestial body paths for central star and both, inner and outer orbiting bodies. Movie clip  Celestial retrograde motion effect   shows it in motion.
 The word "planet" comes from the Greek word "planetos" meaning wandering star (thus, unlike theEarth, in Ptolemy's model, the Sun and Moon were planets). Because of these, for centuriesunexplainable movements, the heavenly bodies in Ptolemy's model does not move by ellipses butrather by curves called epicycles (Figure 3.0.b).

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