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    Some thoughts concerning:
    The sick state of post modern theoretical physics.
    Where no major theoretical theory reconciles with another; and,

    where no theory is internally consistent when extended to its limits.
    And, where there is no First Postulate;
    and symbolism appears to trump observation.
    One of several current discussions of Pulsoid Theory that are available from the author.

    Annotations by Brunardot (nom de guerre: epsilon=One).May 15, 2010.

    These annotations have been very carefully crafted to be succinct; such as to make perfectly clear the argument that post modern theoretical physics, as understood at this time in history, is entirely based upon metaphysical concepts that defy all the principles of Science, Theology, and Philosophy (STP); i.e. Oneness.

    Pulsoid Theory originally proposed to Philip Morrison at Cornell University in 1955 as the Unified Concept (UC), and which subsequently, by others, morphed to String Theory (ST), in a ludicrous attempt to reconcile metaphysical forces and other concepts rationalizes the enigmas of Reality beyond any current theoretical attempt found within any of the disciplines of STP.

    It is most important that said rationalization is understood by all persons with an advanced, middle school education. Said understanding includes: 1.) The concept of the duality of Infinity as a concept as the Singularity; 2.) That speed is only limited by the infinitesimal and the infinite; 3.) The speed of Light is not a constant; 4. That all that exists (has motion) is quantized and that said quantum is the Pulsoid; 5.) A definition of the orthogonal dimensions, the Inverse Square Law, and fundamental, intrinsic time (FIT) are separate, linear evolutionary occurrences; 6.) The geometry of the Emergent Ellipsoid; and 7.) The Universe is a perpetual engine subject to the laws of mechanics, except as modified by wave theory (solitons), resonance (Resoloids), and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (HUP) concerning Triquametric motion (TM).

    Paramount, the Rosetta Stone of Reality, is the Elliptical Constant, epsilon=One. It is the Elliptical Constant that refutes Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem (GIT).

    Much is purposely unsaid here as not to detract from the salient concepts.

    Any questions ,detail, or research that may be required
    can be obtained at:

    Scientific American Magazine - November 24, 2009
    Splitting Time from Space—New Quantum Theory Topples Einstein's Spacetime

    Buzz about a quantum gravity theory that sends space and time back to their Newtonian roots

    By Zeeya Merali

    Brunardot's annotations are high lighted as herein.
    Was Newton right and Einstein wrong? It seems that unzipping the fabric of spacetime and harking back to 19th-century notions of time could (The operative word is "could." lead to a theory of quantum gravity.
    Physicists have struggled to marry quantum mechanics with gravity for decades. In contrast, the other forces of nature have obediently fallen into line. For instance, the electromagnetic force can be described quantum-mechanically by the motion of photons. Try and work out the gravitational force the "gravitational force" as "action-at-a-distance" is a voodoo force. Gravity is several forces all of which are secondary forces that act directly on an object. between two objects in terms of a quantum graviton, however, and you quickly run into trouble—the answer to every calculation is infinity. Infinity is the speed of "gravity," which is therefore correct. If it were otherwise, the Cosmos would resemble the ricochet of billiard balls moving at sharp angles, etc. If the moon wiggles, all matter is instantly effected. So much for Einstein's concept that the speed of light is a limit; and, calculus' inability to solve multiple Cosmic body motions. The Cosmos is finally tuned and runs in accordance with the "clock" of fundamental, intrinsic time. But now Petr Hořava, a physicist at the University of California, Berkeley, thinks he understands the problem. It’s all, he says, a matter of time. He is correct. However, not he, nor any other physicist, understands "time." To understand "time" one must understands its "clock" and Pulsoid escapement determined by the Elliptical Constant (EC).
    More specifically, the problem is the way that time is tied up with space in Einstein’s theory of gravity: general relativity. How could Einstein tie together "space" and "time" when he, and no one else, understood either separately? Einstein famously overturned the Newtonian notion that time is absolute—steadily ticking away in the background.Newton was more correct! Einstein never recognized galactic recession . . . not to mention said recession at an accelerating speed. Instead he argued that time is another dimension, Einstein was correct; depending upon the definition of a dimension being an element to determine the location of one object relative to another object within Reality. woven together with space to form a malleable fabric that is distorted by matter. Absolutely ludicrous beyond imagination or any form of philosophical logic.The snag is that in quantum mechanics, time retains its Newtonian aloofness, providing the stage against which matter dances but never being affected by its presence. It is the Resoloid (matter) that creates the escapement pulse that manifests as fundamental, intrinsic time. These two conceptions of time don’t gel. They "gel" perfectly if one understands Pulsoid Theory; and, it's definition of Infinity and its pulsoidal manifestations that resonate at any unpredictable location after collapsing.
    The solution, Hořava says, is to snip threads that bind time to space This is ludicrous. He is snipping what he is attempting to prove does not exist. at very high energies, such as those found in the early universe There is no "early universe." The Universe is perpetual. It is a singularity with a locus congruent with Infinity . . . by definition..where quantum gravity rules. “I’m going back to Newton’s idea that time and space are not equivalent,” How can they possibly be equivalent; except, possibly, in the minds of Einstein, his sycophants . . . and Lewis Carrol? Hořava says. At low energies, general relativity emerges I doubt that general relativity is effective at "low" anything. from this underlying framework, and the fabric of spacetime restitches, Exactly what is this "spacetime" that "restiches" ??? when you cannot define either space or time? he explains.
    Hořava likens this emergence to the way some exotic substances change phase. Yes, As an example, when antimatter changes to matter when it goes through the Bose-Einstein state. See: the Emergent Ellipsoid between the 1st and 3rd pulse.For instance, at low temperatures liquid helium’s properties change dramatically, becoming a “superfluid” that can overcome friction. In fact, he has co-opted the mathematics of exotic phase transitions to build his theory of gravity. NUTS!! So far it seems to be working: the infinities that plague other theories of quantum gravity have been tamed, YES, which is correct; however, they certainly have not been properly explained. and the theory spits out a well-behaved graviton. What is a "graviton" other than metaphysical symbolism that is similar to the ludicrous quark with its fractional charge. It also seems to match with computer simulations of quantum gravity. How about a "match" with Natural observation?
    Hořava’s theory has been generating excitement since he proposed it in January, and physicists met to discuss it at a meeting in November at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Ontario. In particular, physicists have been checking if the model correctly describes the universe we see today. It does not. And, I doubt if there has ever been a significant change in the Universe on any day. General relativity scored a knockout blow when Einstein predicted the motion of Mercury with greater accuracy than Newton’s theory of gravity could. Greater accuracy does not make general relativity correct!! Pulsoid theory reconciles all logic and known enigmas, which would seem more important than an improvement of accuracy.
    Can Hořřava gravity claim the same success? The first tentative answers coming in say “yes.” Francisco Lobo, now at the University of Lisbon, and his colleagues have found a good match with the movement of planets. The operative words here are: "tentative," and "good"; the words should be more certain before acceptance is considered. Otherwise the ludicrous miasma that is post modern theoretical physics will continue to exist.
    Others have made even bolder claims for Hořava gravity, especially when it comes to explaining cosmic conundrums such as the singularity of the big bang, The big bang is fictitious; even Einstein knew that. One bang cannot creat acceleration. Ask any first year engineer. where the laws of physics break down. I know of no laws of physics that are not based in fundamentals of clay.If Hořava gravity is true, argues cosmologist Robert Brandenberger of McGill University in a paper published in the August Physical Review D, then the universe didn’t bang—it bounced. The Universe is perpetual; it neither banged nor bounced!!! “A universe filled with matter will contract down to a small—but finite—size and then bounce out again, giving us the expanding cosmos we see today,”And, how does the "bounce" explain the acceleration of the expansion? he says. Brandenberger’s calculations show that ripples produced by the bounce match those already detected by satellites measuring the cosmic microwave background, and he is now looking for signatures that could distinguish the bounce from the big bang scenario. Be prepared for a long wait.
    Hořava gravity may also create the “illusion of dark matter,” Dark matter is the Pulsoid where all energy is reflected internally before Critical Compression (CrC) when dark matter becomes atomic matter and Light.says cosmologist Shinji Mukohyama of Tokyo University. In the September Physical Review D, he explains that in certain circumstances Hořava’s graviton fluctuates as it interacts with normal matter, Symbolism cannot interact with Natural phenomena. making gravity pull a bit more strongly than expected in general relativity. The effect could make galaxies appear to contain more matter than can be seen. Galaxies are held together by the compressive force of dark matter, which creates more matter than can be seen. If that’s not enough, cosmologist Mu-In Park of Chonbuk National University in South Korea believes that Hořava gravity may also be behind the accelerated expansion of the universe,Symbolism cannot effect Natural forces. currently attributed to a mysterious dark energy. Dark matter is not mysterious it is compressive Pulsoids. One of the leading explanations for its origin is that empty space contains some intrinsic energy that pushes the universe outward. YES! It is the Pulsoid. Space is not empty; it is quantized: i.e. Pulsoids.This intrinsic energy cannot be accounted for by general relativity but pops naturally out of the equations of Hořava gravity, according to Park. Park is wrong! See: Pulsoid Theory for a detailed explanation.
    Hořava’s theory, however, is far from perfect. Agreed. Diego Blas, a quantum gravity researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne has found a “hidden sickness” in the theory when double-checking calculations for the solar system. Most physicists examined ideal cases, assuming, for instance, that Earth and the sun are spheres, Blas explains: “We checked the more realistic case, where the sun is almost a sphere, but not quite.” After several pulses the Emergent Ellipsoid approaches the limit of a sphere; such is the Sun. General relativity pretty much gives the same answer in both the scenarios. But in Hořava gravity, the realistic case gives a wildly different result. I would expect nothing less.
    Along with Sergei M. Sibiryakov, also at EPFL, and Oriol Pujolas of CERN near Geneva, Blas has reformulated Hořava gravity to bring it back into line with general relativity. Sibiryakov presented the group’s model in September at a meeting in Talloires, France.
    Hořava welcomes the modifications. “When I proposed this, I didn’t claim I had the final theory,” he says. “I want other people to examine it and improve it.” It is difficult to improve something that is just wrong.
    Gia Dvali, a quantum gravity expert at CERN, remains cautious. A few years ago he tried a similar trick, breaking apart space and time in an attempt to explain dark energy. But he abandoned his model because it allowed information to be communicated faster than the speed of light. That would seem reasonable as the speed of light is not the limit of communication. Just ask the planets when the moon wiggles.
    “My intuition is that any such models will have unwanted side effects,” YES!! Dvali thinks. “But if they find a version that doesn’t, then that theory must be taken very seriously.” Pulsoid Theory, thus, must be "taken very seriously."
    Note: This article was originally printed with the title, "Splitting Time from Space."

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