Unification of the gravitational and electromagnetic fields
Unification of the gravitational and electromagnetic fields is accomplished with respect to the conjugate variables' energy and time by using principles of relativity theory, quantum theory, and classical theory to derive emission and absorption equations that describe the localization of fields four-dimensionally. The fields begin to evolve in free space as linearly superposed potentials, experience continuous nonlinear transformations as they evolve, and at a discrete point in time (Δt = 0) spontaneously localize to form distinct field sources with spacelike boundaries that are observed as black holes and photons. The Tully-Fisher relation is used to derive an emission equation, suggesting that galactic structure is the result of fields emanating from a supermassive black hole with radial and transverse components.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2016
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