Why does gravity have no quantum properties?

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Mudassir Ali
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 19, 2020 05:28 AM

Why does gravity have no quantum properties?

That may not be true.

Gravity obeys the three laws of atomic gravity.

The first “ Law of Atomic Gravity “ explains the mechanism nature uses to mediate the force of gravity across distances in space. The three laws are very simple to understand. It is a good read for anyone interested in how gravity works and interlinks across the sciences. Welcome to twenty-first century physics.

Atomic Gravity Summary

The basic structure of all atoms is a tiny nucleus at its center and a relative vast volume (over 99% of the atoms structure) of empty space all enclosed by a relative distant electron sphere. Atoms are the elemental building blocks of all objects including yourself.

The simple structure of atoms enable three basic responses. Electromagnetic radiation interactions during excitation. Sound and seismic waves from kinetic inputs. Weight changes when gravity fields fluctuate.

Gravity at the atomic scale works 24/7 here on Earth and is ubiquitous throughout the observable Universe.

Nature itself has followed a set of unified principles without question or hesitation for many many millennia. The three laws of “Atomic Gravity” are the missing link to unifying the four fundamental forces of nature.

Existing experimental data sets and observations clearly confirm the three laws of atomic gravity.

Three Laws of “Atomic Gravitational Fluctuation” (AGF)

Law #1 (AGF 1)

Consider a system of a planet and it’s one orbiting moon.

Physical Factors:

1) The total mass (gravity signature (GRS)) of each structure.

2) The distance between the central gravitational points of each structure.

3) The relative velocity between each structure.

Now consider a single atom on the surface of the planet. The nucleus of the atom is shifted relative to its central point toward the central gravitational point of the planet. As the moon transits over the atom, the nucleus of the atom, contained inside its electron sphere shifts towards and tracks the moon relative to its transiting velocity. The slight shift of the nucleus is relative to its own central point and away from the central point of the planet; toward the transiting center of the moon, tracking the moon’s transit and then resettling back to its original position prior to the moon’s transit. This effect on the atom is called atomic gravitational fluctuation type 1 (AGF 1). See diagrams below.

Note: During the moon’s transit the gravitational energy transfer between moon and planet is a simple force concentrated in each atom which twice daily moves millions/billions of tons of ocean water.

Atomic gravitational fluctuation (AGF 1) occurring in any gravitationally bound planetary and moon system interacts within the constraints of the structure of each individual orbiting body. Each atom’s nucleus fluctuation is dependent on its position within the atomic environmental structure (AES) of either the moon or the planetary body and the relative AGF 1 inputs. Interaction is more observable in large structures of atoms in their fluid state within the interior, on the surface, or in any atmosphere present within each system. Atmospheric fluids of great relative depth will demonstrate a more robust accumulated system reaction to the external AGF 1 energy input.. Law #1 explains how the large transfer gravitational energy from orbiting structure works in the atmospheres of the Sun, Saturn, Jupiter, and Neptune. This information enhances knowledge and solutions and innovation.

Atomic gravitational fluctuation (AGF 1) in each atom in the atmosphere, at the surface, or in the interior of a planet is constantly influenced by the relative alignments to its Sun or moon(s) and any additional planetary systems or areas of matter contained within its solar system.

Observations show that individual solar systems demonstrate the influence of atomic gravitational fluctuation (AGF 1) interaction with all the different gravity signature’s in its galactic structure. The gravitational behaviour of the gravity signatures in galaxies operate differently from simple newtonian solar systems and eliminates the need for conjured dark matter. The first law of atomic gravity demonstrates the far reaching gravity influences of the very small and the very large.

Experimental Verification:

In Feb. 2018 a portable atomic clock experiment demonstrates time dilation as a mechanical property of atoms. “For The First Time, a Portable Atomic Clock Has Been Used to Measure Gravity” .This is an example of academia working with the principles of atomic gravity.

The principles of atomic gravity disprove general relativity on this one! “ How time dilation works” talks about the natural oscillation frequencies within the atom in relationship to acceleration.

Another example demonstrating the first law of atomic gravity announced in December 2018 by NASA and Sunnyvale, California-based AOSense corporation of a new sensor for satellite gravimetry based on the the fact that atoms are highly sensitive to gravitational fluctuations.

Another example of atomic gravity in action is the measured weight change of a constant mass under varying accelerations due to a change in gravitational field strength. The number of atoms that form the mass is constant …. the weight change is happening at the atomic scale and is described by the first law of atomic gravity. See diagrams below.

Check out this cool YouTube video to better understand the difference between mass and weight:

Note: Behavior of AGF 1 in gravitationally bound systems separated by voids of space induce a relatively low frequency of AGF within each atom. The system results are easily observable when occurring in fluid atomic environmental structure (AES) conditions, like in our oceans and atmosphere. Tidal force is the metaphor used to explain this type of energy (AGF 1) transfer.

AGF 1 explains the mechanism of mediation fo the gravitational force between all orbiting bodies in gravitational linked systems. Some systems you know about include the Earth, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter,Neptune, and the solar system. Interestingly it also explains asteroids with orbiting bodies. The first law of atomic gravity apply to all gravity signatures formed by simple atoms.

Diagrams

The following diagrams illustrate nuclei kinetics inside the atom due to atomic gravitational fluctuation. However, it should be understood that it is a visual representation of the actual movement, utilized for easier understanding of the principle, and not to be used as an exact mathematical model of the behavior.

The following illustrations are a simple visual representation of atomic gravitational fluctuation in action.

Three Atoms on the surface of the Earth (AGF 2)

The nucleus of each atom is attracted to the center of the earth.

Three Atoms on the surface of the Earth with the Moon’s Gravitational Influence

The nucleus of each atom is attracted to the center of the moon, in conjunction with the attraction to the center of the earth.

Three Atoms on the surface of the Earth within the Moon’s Gravitational Influence

The nucleus of each atom is attracted to the center of the moon, in conjunction with the attraction to the center of the earth.

Law # 2 (AGF 2)

AGF 2 utilizes the same principle occurring in AGF 1 — that being the nucleus of the atom is shifted relative to its central point by a localized kinetic energy input. The kinetic input utilized to produce AGF 2 in atoms, can occur in all gravitationally bound atomic environmental structures (AES) which exist in a void of space. AGF 2 is a well understood observable influence which creates a multitude of effects within the Earth’s structure. Waves produced by throwing pebbles into water or the sound of a singing bird are a few examples. This process is currently well understood and is easily observed and measured. Acoustic gas thermometry experiments are making great strides in observing this principle.

Note: Behavior of AGF 2 within individual AES systems contained by voids of space (Planet Earth and the Sun are two examples) generally induce a midrange frequency of AGF within each atom in the system when compared to AGF 1 — the kinetic input tends to be of a localized nature, like the ringing of a bell or the shaking of the ground. Sound waves and seismic waves are a few metaphors used to generally describe this type of energy (AGF 2) transfer.

Vibronic spectroscopy is another method used to study the kinetic energy analysis of energy fluctuations introduced to quantum atoms. The energy fluctuations introduced by vibration (kinetic energy) to quantum atoms is equivalent to the analysis of atomic gravitational fluctuation; type 2 (AGF 2).

Experimental Verification:

Three laws of “Atomic Gravity” were first published in 2012. In 2019 Columbia University confirms through experiment the principles of atomic gravitational fluctuations in sound waves. The physics department at Columbia University publication verify in detail the second law of “Atomic Gravity” as it relates to sound and seismic waves.

Angelo Esposito from Columbia University, the lead author on the publication told Scientific American. “It’s something we stumbled upon almost by chance.” “You would expect classical physics results like this one to have been known for a long time by now.”

A recent publication (March 2019) from the Department of Physics, Center for Theoretical Physics, Columbia University describes sound wave and gravity interactions. The Columbia University’s team analysis of the sound waves show the principles of atomic gravity are essential to improving the understanding of interconnected physics in the natural world.

Another recent publication (July 2018) from the Department of Physics, Center for Theoretical Physics, Columbia University describes sound wave and gravity interactions. The Columbia University’s team analysis of the sound waves show the laws of atomic gravity are essential to improving the understanding of interconnected physics in the natural world.

These recent publications demonstrate that academia is now experimenting with the principles of atomic gravity and discovering the interconnected behavior of the natural world at the atomic scale.

AGF 2 explains the mechanism nature uses to transfer seismic and sound energy.

Law # 3 (AGF 3)

AGF 3 utilizes the same principle as AGF 1 — that being that the nucleus of the atom is shifted relative to its central point by a kinetic input induced into the nucleus from electron flow. As electrons flow into or through a system of atomic environmental structure each atom has induced AGF introduced. Each nucleus’s rate of fluctuation is dependent on its position within the atomic environmental structure AES, and the relative amount of electron flow through the structure. In general, increasing electron flow through a similar AES will also increase the radiant energy and sound waves emitted. This process is currently well understood and is utilized and controlled in many electrical products and systems. AGF 3 effects are easily observed in the many types of light bulbs and in natural phenomenon.

Note: Behavior of AGF 3 within individual systems generally induce a high frequency of AGF within each atom in the system when compared to AGF 1 — occurring both naturally and by design and is controlled by electron flow or lower energy density input from electromagnetic radiant energy (light spectrum). The relative (compared to electron flow) reduced energy density input occurring from electromagnetic radiant energy will induce a lower intensity of AGF in the atom.

The aurora australis and aurora borealis are natural examples. The heating element in a kitchen toaster is a man made example. “Excitation” of the atom is the metaphor used to generally explain this type of energy (AGF 3) transfer.

Note: Luminescence, fluorescence, phosphorescence, and photoluminescence are a few examples of categories of AGF 3 which occur when lower energy density input interacts within specific atomic environmental structure (AES).

Atomic emission spectroscopy, atomic absorption spectroscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy are some methods used to study the electromagnetic radiant energy emission or absorption initiated by energy fluctuations introduced to quantum atoms. The energy fluctuations introduced by electron flow or electromagnetic radiant energy interactions with the quantum atom are equivalent to the analysis of atomic gravitational fluctuation; type 3 (AGF 3).

The Pound–Rebka experiment conducted in 1959 at Harvard University is a well known experiment that focuses on the change of the resonant frequency of atoms due to a change in gravitational field strength demonstrating the change in atomic resonant frequency is a mechanical property of atoms and is not related to the theory general relativity.

Again the laws of atomic gravity disprove old Albert’s outdated idea of how gravity works in the natural world.

AGF 3 explains the mechanism nature uses to transfer electromagnetic radiation.

Section Conclusion

Understanding the the three principles of atomic gravity allows the academic community to move scientific innovation forward under one set of unified principles of physics.

(Galileo, Kepler and Einstein identified the principle … however in the past … science did not understand how it works at the atomic scale)

“ZERO-G” Flight (at the atomic scale)

Many people have experienced the sensation of weightlessness created in zero-g flights inside aircraft cabins traveling through Earth’s atmosphere. However the active physics enabling this sensation in the human body has been little understood. To understand what is going on at the atomic scale requires an understanding of atomic gravitational fluctuation (AGF).

So to gain a perspective let’s send an atom on a similar ride through Earth’s atmosphere. Isaac Newton’s third law of motion states: “When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body.” The effects on the atom at all points along the ride demonstrate a unification with Isaac Newton’s third law of motion.

The effects shown on the single atom going on the ride can be applied to the many atoms that make-up the entire structure of a human body. These ubiquitous atomic fluctuations in the body’s structure are shared by all people who experience acceleration or deceleration in everyday activities. Atomic gravitational fluctuation (AGF) occurs within calculable parameters and conforms to what we feel during each experience. Each atom that makes up the typical human body responds the same as to the single atom shown on its flight. So climb aboard and let’s take a ride to “Zero-G”.

Atom in the parked Aircraft

The atom is held to the seat by the Earth’s gravity acceleration force “G” The nucleus is held directly below the center of the electron sphere.

Aircraft accelerating up into the Atmosphere

The atom is held to the seat by the Earth’s gravity acceleration force “G” in conjunction with the resultant force “B” produced by the aircraft’s upward acceleration “A” into the atmosphere. The nucleus takes up a position between forces “G” and “B” during the upward acceleration.

Aircraft in level non-accelerating flight

The atom is held to the seat by the Earth’s gravity acceleration force “G” The nucleus is held directly below the center of the electron sphere. The same effect demonstrated by the atom in the parked aircraft. The only acceleration in play is Earth’s gravity acceleration force “G”

Aircraft accelerating downward equal to “G”

The atom are now floating above the seat when the force “B” initiated by the downward acceleration “A” of the plane is now equal and opposite to Earth’s gravity acceleration force “G” at that point in altitude with respect to the gravitational central point of the Earth. The nucleus is now at the center of the electron sphere. The duration and smoothness of the “Zero-G” experience is determined by several factors. First — the aircraft’s limitation to its maximum operating altitude — limits the duration at “Zero-G” experience within safe flight parameters. Second, the pilot’s skills in maintaining downward acceleration equal to the Earth’s increasing gravity acceleration force “G” relative to decreasing altitude. Maintaining the appropriate acceleration downward is a technically difficult maneuver that incorporates the abilities of aircraft and pilot.

International space station (ISS) — the same “Zero-G” sensation felt for only brief cycles during the aircraft’s parabolic flight is experienced 24/7 on the ISS. The nuclei of each atom that makes up the structure of the human body will remain at the center of the electron sphere during orbit on the ISS. The relative velocities to the central gravitational points of the earth, moon, and sun during its orbit induce only micro atomic gravitational fluctuations. Humans have evolved in conjunction with Earth’s gravity acceleration force “G” —the human body and its functions (eyes, muscles, digestion, etc…) quickly fail in “Zero-G” in space. It is very important to apply the principles of atomic gravity to solve physical issues for future space travelers.

AGF Generalization

The human body consists of a multitude of atomic structure. Each atom is uniquely connected structurally — however each nucleus reacts the same to external accelerations at the atomic scale. Isaac Newton’s three laws of motion are unified with atomic gravitational fluctuation (AGF) principles. The laws of atomic gravity unify gravity, kinetics and electromagnetic radiation (light).

When riding in a vehicle and that vehicle comes to a sudden stop — atomic gravitational fluctuation (AGF) throughout the structure of the body occurs. The following diagram is of a single atom — which is part of the body’s structure —shown with the accelerating forces acting on it. This single atom and its behavior can be applied to the overall atomic structure of the body. This example demonstrates a stopping deceleration that is equal to the acceleration of Earth’s gravity acceleration force “G”.

During non-accelerating forward motion “M” the nucleus is held to point “A” by Earth’s gravity acceleration force “G” — during a smooth deceleration “D” — prior to stopping — the nucleus smoothly curves around the center of the electron sphere to point “B” then smoothly curves relative to the center of the electron sphere — back to point “A” upon stopping. These ubiquitous atomic movements in the body’s structure are shared by all people who experience acceleration or deceleration in everyday activities. Atomic gravitational fluctuation (AGF) occurs within calculable parameters and conforms to what we feel during each experience of changing accelerations.

In this energy balanced scenario— the nucleus follows curve “C” from point “A” to point “B” and back to point “A” — Curve “C” is correlated to the brachistochrone curve. An atomic scale explanation to why use of the wheel is the most efficient mode of contact land travel.

Vibronic spectroscopy is a method used to study the kinetic energy analysis of energy fluctuations introduced to quantum atoms. The energy fluctuations introduced by vibration (kinetic energy inputs) to quantum atoms is equivalent to the analysis of atomic gravitational fluctuation; type 2 (AGF 2)

Utilizing vibronic spectroscopy relative to various acceleration inputs and relative to various atomic environmental structure (AES) mediums will lead to a better understanding to curve “c” in all scenarios’.

Section Conclusion

The ubiquitous effects of atomic gravitational fluctuation on each quantum atom applied to atomic structures is necessary to understand the natural mechanism controlling gravity and the experience of acceleration or deceleration in everyday activities. When taking a ride on public transit or an amusement park roller-coaster — a passenger experiences atomic gravitational fluctuation within the body’s structure. The public transit or roller-coaster effects usually occur in a quick succession of dips, curves and stops when compared to the smooth acceleration required to maintain an extended zero “G” experience in an aircraft. We all experience and share gravitational fluctuation effects at the atomic scale daily. Biological life evolves and conforms within the principles presented and successful life on earth has evolved to be effective “energy balanced atomic anti-gravity beings” with respect to the unique structure of each species.

The above summary of the principles of zero ‘G” flight at the atomic scale is more specifically detailed in a three book series that also provide simple solutions for unified principles of physics, dark matter and dark energy all derived from existing observational and experimental data sets.

Some in current academic circles protect outdated theories due to vested interests leaving the challenge of discovery and innovation to those looking for testable solutions. The principles of atomic gravity provide a platform for 21st century innovation across the sciences.

The content (including diagrams) presented in this answer originate from the following publications.

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