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Quinta Essentia - Part 1

Quinta Essentia - Part 1

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General Relativity states that matter generates “curvature” within the vacuum of space surrounding it, and that this curvature gives rise to inertial force and gravitational attraction amongst objects. The Electro-Gravi-Magnetics (EGM) method, described in the Quinta Essentia series, greatly enhances our understanding of the phenomenon of curvature. EGM is an engineering tool which systematically reveals the common thread connecting GR, Quantum Mechanics and Electromagnetism. Via this connection, one may represent space-time curvature in quantitative terms. The unique “universality” of EGM makes it a highly valuable and versatile tool for use in varied fields of physics. It also provides a practical framework for investigating “space-time metric engineering” concepts such as the artificial modification of gravitational fields and faster-than-light propulsion mechanisms. Part One of the Quinta Essentia series presents the layman reader with a conceptual introduction to the EGM method.
General Relativity states that matter generates “curvature” within the vacuum of space surrounding it, and that this curvature gives rise to inertial force and gravitational attraction amongst objects. The Electro-Gravi-Magnetics (EGM) method, described in the Quinta Essentia series, greatly enhances our understanding of the phenomenon of curvature. EGM is an engineering tool which systematically reveals the common thread connecting GR, Quantum Mechanics and Electromagnetism. Via this connection, one may represent space-time curvature in quantitative terms. The unique “universality” of EGM makes it a highly valuable and versatile tool for use in varied fields of physics. It also provides a practical framework for investigating “space-time metric engineering” concepts such as the artificial modification of gravitational fields and faster-than-light propulsion mechanisms. Part One of the Quinta Essentia series presents the layman reader with a conceptual introduction to the EGM method.

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QUINTA ESSENTIA
A Practical Guide to Space-Time Engineering
PART 1“Alpha to Omega”
For Mike
 
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EditionProject Initiated: December 4, 2007Project Completed: June 6, 2008Revised: Thursday, 24 November 2011GEOFFREY S. DIEMER 
Edited by Riccardo C. Storti
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Preface
“One does not find gold prospecting in a field filled with miners. Onemust break new ground, not perpetually overturn familiar soil.”
 
Riccardo C. Storti
We experience gravity every moment of our lives, yet most people rarely, if ever, pause to consider what the force of gravityactually is. To others, this question borders on obsession. Gravity is amystery that has plagued scientists for hundreds of years. Although Newton and Einstein formulated ingenious tools for depicting precisely how objects will behave due to the effects of gravity onEarth and in the heavens, it may surprise many people to learn thattheir work does not actually reveal the root
cause
of gravity. In other words, we know that all material objects both generate and respond togravitational fields, but science has absolutely no idea
how
objectscause gravity -- until now, that is.The answer that has recently been uncovered, as described inthe
Quinta Essentia
series, extends the work of Newton and Einsteinusing a mathematical framework commonly employed in the field of thermodynamics. The physics is exactly the same; the only differenceis in the way we choose to depict the gravitational model.In Sir Isaac Newton’s time, some three hundred years ago, people depicted gravity as being a “pulling” force which attractedobjects to one another in the heavens, and invariably caused objects tofall to earth. It was also believed that gravity was transmitted acrossgreat distances of space and that when it reached a distant object a pulling force would be imparted upon it; thus this transmission of gravitational force was referred to as “action-at-a-distance”. Newtonand his contemporaries surmised that a fluid-like substance of somekind must fill all of space, acting as the medium via which the force of gravity was transmitted. This mysterious substance was referred to asthe “aether”. Even though Newton implicated the aether as themedium which transmitted the force of gravity, he could not logicallyreconcile how a “fluid-like” description of the aether could allowobjects in the heavens to move as they do, simply because fluids act toimpede the motion of objects. If the aether was in fact fluid in nature,its viscosity should cause the stars and planets to slow and fall out of their regular, seemingly perpetual orbits.The formulas Newton derived in his monumental work entitled
The
 
 Principia
have been used not only to predict the orbitalmotions of the planets; they are still used to this day to plan our 

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