[6] **viXra:1010.0047 [pdf]**
*submitted on 26 Oct 2010*

**Authors:** John A. Gowan

**Comments:** 9 pages

Part I of this paper is in response to Scientific American's Special Issue: A Matter of Time" (Sept. 2002) and
the article therein by Paul Davies: "That Mysterious Flow" (page 40-47), in which he claims that the motion
of time is an illusion, that time itself does not actually move. In this, as in various other papers (see my
website), I advance the contrary premise that space and time both exhibit intrinsic dimensional motions as
gauged by the fundamental constants c, T, G (where c is the speed of light, T is the intrinsic motion of time
(also gauged by c as the duration (measured by a clock) light requires to travel a given distance in vacuum),
and G is the universal gravitational constant). Whereas "c" regulates the metric relationship between space,
time, and light (free electromagnetic energy), "G" regulates the entropic relationship between space, time,
and mass (bound electromagnetic energy). (See: "A Description of Gravitation".)

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[5] **viXra:1010.0040 [pdf]**
*replaced on 29 Oct 2010*

**Authors:** Jack Sarfatti

**Comments:** 20 pages

A short review of experiments and theory suggesting that the universe is a hologram image
projected retro-causally from our future event horizon.
"A series of quantum experiments shows
that measurements performed in the
future can influence the present. Does
that mean the universe has a destiny
and the laws of physics pull us
inexorably toward our prewritten fate?"
Discover Magazine "Back From The Future"
http://discovermagazine.com/2010/apr/01-back-from-the-future

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[4] **viXra:1010.0035 [pdf]**
*replaced on 2013-04-21 08:01:40*

**Authors:** Stein Sivertsen

**Comments:** 12 Pages.

In this theory I measure the "light speed" per duration of "X particle motions". This basic definition of C exclude the term time (the fourth dimension). Instead it include the term "motion inside a particle" ("a particle's spin" may be a better term). Then, in chapter B1 to B9, I first show the 9 consequenses of this new expression in a philosophical description. In chapter C, I show how these consequenses can be used to explain "The quantum theory of wave / particle duality and the phenomenon of wave collapse". In chapter D the consequenses is described in depth in the mathematical form. I will espesially draw your attention to chapter D 3 wich shows two clear-cut predictions. 1. The gravity-ratio between two particle-positions, relative to a reference object/particle (for instance a sun), will sharply drop for the particles farthest away from us, from 12 billion lightyears and farther away. 2. C, the speed limit, is slightly higher inside dense matter than the observed light speed in vacuum out in the universe. This theory shows that not only is mass and "time" relative, in reference to the "constant" C, but also gravity and electromagnetism is relative, here in reference to the constant edge of our universe.

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[3] **viXra:1010.0029 [pdf]**
*replaced on 2012-01-20 17:21:53*

**Authors:** M. D. Sheppeard

**Comments:** 24 Pages.

Some years ago, Bilson-Thompson [1] characterised the fundamental leptons and quarks
using simple three strand ribbon diagrams. These diagrams are interpreted in an abstract
categorical language, which underlies an information theoretic quantum gravity. More
recently, Graham Dungworth [2] has discussed the astrophysical consequences of this non local
quantum gravity, under a symmetry restoring extension of the braid set that doubles the
matter sector to include mirror matter. The resulting low energy particle set is reinterpreted
in the categorical framework for localization, which considers neutral particle oscillations
to be responsible for gravity. A few quantitative observational consequences, such as CPT
violation in the neutrino sector, are discussed.

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[2] **viXra:1010.0027 [pdf]**
*replaced on 23 Jun 2011*

**Authors:** John A. Gowan

**Comments:** 10 pages

Our first consideration is the bottom line of the Tetrahedron Model diagram (the line representing the
spacetime metric and gravity), connecting the Symmetry and Entropy poles. The spacetime metric has two
major expressions: 1) metric particles or "bosons" (derived from the Symmetry pole); and 2) the structural
and regulatory dimensional metric field of spacetime (derived from the Entropy pole). The metric field is a
conservation mechanism of spacetime, created by: 1) its embedded intrinsic motions, light, time, and
gravitation; 2) its regulators, the universal gauge constants "c" and "G"; 3) the energy and symmetry
conserving forces of inertia. The particle aspect of this line I refer to as "metric particles", the bosons or field
vectors (force carriers) of the forces, such as the photon, the graviton, the IVBs (Intermediate Vector
Bosons) of the weak force, and the gluons of the strong force "color" charges. Bosons (except for the
massive weak force IVBs) are massless and travel at velocity c; they appear to be produced or transmitted
by the metric as vibrations or similar disturbances of its structure (hence the several massless varieties all
have the same velocity "c"). Bosons are evidently not composed of quarks or leptons like the fermions of
ordinary matter, and most basically, they do not appear to be the product of the symmetry-breaking process
that produced ordinary fermions in the "Big Bang" - they do not appear to be the asymmetric halves of
particle-antiparticle pairs, but rather whole particle units, complete in themselves and unchanged since the
very beginning of the Cosmos - like the dimensions themselves. The "Intermediate Vector Bosons" (IVBs)
of the weak force are unusual in that they are very massive bosons, whereas all other bosons are massless.
For a discussion of these unusual weak force bosons (and the related "Higgs" boson), see: "The Higgs
Boson and the Weak Force IVBs".

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory

[1] **viXra:1010.0012 [pdf]**
*replaced on 20 Dec 2010*

**Authors:** Golden Gadzirayi Nyambuya

**Comments:** 40 pages

The General Theory of Relativity (GTR) is essentially a theory of gravitation. It
is built on the Principle of Relativity. It is bonafide knowledge, known even to Einstein the
founder, that the GTR violates the very principle upon which it is founded i.e., it violates the
Principle of Relativity; because a central equation i.e., the geodesic law which emerges from
the GTR, is well known to be in conflict with the Principle of Relativity because the geodesic
law, must in complete violation of the Principle of Relativity, be formulated in special (or
privileged) coordinate systems i.e., Gaussian coordinate systems. The Principle of Relativity
clearly and strictly forbids the existence/use of special (or privileged) coordinate systems
in the same way the Special Theory of Relativity forbids the existence of privileged and or
special reference systems. In the pursuit of a more Generalized Theory of Relativity i.e.,
an all-encampusing unified field theory to include the Electromagnetic, Weak & the Strong
force, Einstein and many other researchers, have successfully failed to resolve this problem.
In this reading, we propose a solution to this dilemma faced by Einstein and many other
researchers i.e., the dilemma of obtaining a more Generalized Theory of Relativity. Our solution
brings together the Gravitational, Electromagnetic, Weak & the Strong force under a
single roof via an extension of Riemann geometry to a new hybrid geometry that we have
coined the Riemann-Hilbert Space (RHS). This geometry is a fusion of Riemann geometry
and the Hilbert space. Unlike Riemann geometry, the RHS preserves both the length and the
angle of a vector under parallel transport because the affine connection of this new geometry,
is a tensor. This tensorial affine leads us to a geodesic law that truly upholds the Principle
of Relativity. It is seen that the unified field equations derived herein are seen to reduce to
the well known Maxwell-Procca equation, the non-Abelian nuclear force field equations, the
Lorentz equation of motion for charged particles and the Dirac equation.

**Category:** Quantum Gravity and String Theory