**General Relativity Aspects**
Both these coupling mechanisms can be taken directly from general relativity, if one puts one's mind to it. However, unless the wave polarization transformations are known, it is difficult or impossible to apply the ordinary GR
*directly*, since relativists usually concentrate upon spacetime curvature by altering 3-space energy density rather than by altering time-polarized "time-energy" density.
In applied general relativity, spacetime itself is an active
medium. One speaks of a change in spacetime as a "spacetime curvature". Any curvature of spacetime in a local region directly performs continuous work upon any mass embedded in that region. Vice versa, any mass (or other concentration of energy) in a local spacetime continuously acts upon that spacetime to "curve" it.
So if one wishes to perform actions upon mass in a distant
region, one may generate local curvatures of spacetime in that region, and these curvature "engines" will directly act upon the mass at all levels.
*[Figure 4]* This is very different from energy propagation through space from one point to another. Now the "ordinary EM energy and actions" arise from every spatiotemporal point within the mass, at every level, and move upwards (from inside to outside). So we speak of specific forms of "templates" of nested spacetime curvatures formed and utilized to engineer mass "from inside out" as
*spacetime curvature engines or vacuum engines*.
Use of vacuum (spacetime curvature) engineering^{15} is a far more powerful form of engineering than is provided by energy propagation through space. As an example, it is easy to alter the quarks in a nucleon, using spacetime curvature engines and time-charging decay. Indeed, we have developed the mechanisms for cold fusion and the electronuclear interaction (formation of new nuclides) at feeble energy. An
Invention Disclosure^{16} on this work |
has been filed with the U.S. Patent
Office, and formal patent applications are in preparation. Some
information on these mechanisms and principles has been released^{17}.
**Time as Dense EM Energy **
and a Strong Spacetime Curvature Agent The advantage of using the time-polarized "time-energy" for spacetime curvature is that time is ordinary energy compressed by a factor of at least c^{2}—which, in the MKS system of units, is some 9¥10^{16}. Thus use of time-polarized EM photons and waves as ST curvature agents gives an amplification of 9¥10^{16} over the use of transverse-polarized EM waves for that purpose. In turn, the use of the strong EM force in ordinary TW waves as an agent of ST curvature is already a nominal 10^{40} times as strong as is the weak G force used as the agent of ST curvature.
The bottom line is this: For spacetime curvature effects, the use of the t-polarized domain provides amplification of some 9¥10^{56}
greater than the weak G-force ST curvature agent usually considered in general relativity^{18}.
**Western Science Remains Largely Materialistic
** Ironically, most Western scientists are
materialists and consider "mind" as a mystical and nonscientific concept.
They tend to consider mind operations and functions either to be simply "meat
computer" operations and functions, or at best to be very weak ordinary
transverse-wave EM operations and functions in the brain and nervous system.^{8}
This serious self-limitation exists because in the body we *measure* only
weak TW EM operations and functions correlated to biological behavior and
brain operations. We simply do not know how to measure "mind
operations" directly. |