Authors: Stephen H. Jarvis
In taking up from the preliminary papers [1-11], the idea of gravity as a process of the nature of space shall be presented; the idea of space will be defined in a way that is able to support how Newton derived the equation for gravity using astronomical observations consistent with gravity being an “immediate” field force and not one travelling at “c”, while accommodating for Einstein’s “curvature of spacetime” theory for gravity. In using a definition of space that carries the notion of gravity being an immediate field force, a number of key features of quantum mechanics are able to be explained regarding the behaviour of light, this by defining “space” as “nothingness”, and as a type of feature of “uncertainty” that a quantum reference would abide by, as though space has its own “program” as “nothing”, putting everything within it as that which is defined as uncertain, not clearly definable, and thus must exist randomly, like a process of natural uncertainty. It is then highlighted how Einstein’s special and general relativity is incorrect in its application of the idea of measuring inertial frames of reference using the speed of light in his assuming, through such a process, that gravity, and thus inertial frames of reference, operate at light speed, despite relativity theory being accurate with the idea of gravity as a curvature of spacetime. Finally, an update to the method of proof in paper 7 , “Golden Ratio Entropic Gravity: Gravitational Singularity Field Testing”, is offered based on this new understanding of space and gravity, with associated confirmatory results posted.
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