Authors: Stephen H. Jarvis
In this paper the Standard Model of physics shall be examined for harbouring what can be demonstrated to be a faulty definition for space, a chimera, which has prevented physics from joining electromagnetism with gravity as theoretical and physical field driven entities. This chimera will be exposed to be “inertia”, which has led to absurd conclusions in ultimate equations of field forces across the expanse of space, most notably the need for dark energy and dark matter. An alternative approach in replace of this chimera is proposed, as a new concept for time examining bodies in motion, namely the idea of time as “the” most fundamental concept, and not space as it has been assumed as a field of inertial potential, from which a golden ratio “scaling system” for time shall calculated, making the the idea of space evident as emergent from the dimension of time, and most importantly describe how time behaves as light in regard to space. Upon that emergent space, a list of all the features derived from the golden ratio algorithm shall be once again brought to attention as per the previous papers [1-8] in being married up with known observed physical data. Such a process of examination shall highlight the fundamental failure of the idea of “inertia” in physical equations of bodies in space, and expose those equations as the “chimera” of modern-day physics.
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