Object Oriented Design for Unification Theory

March 3, 2014

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Object Oriented Design for Unification Theory

Essay on Relative Gravity to describe the Mechanics of the Universe

By Orion Karl Daley

The nature of Evolution is viewed in Relative Gravity as objected oriented. Polymorphism is considered to assure creation where all things are viewed perennial in their own time. Physical properties are considered conserved through polymorphism. Due to this, the nature of gravity itself as abstract properties, in evolution, such as in the Big Bang, is considered shared.

  

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Reference Frame Dimension XYZ

Object Oriented Design for Unification Theory

Preface:

Consider that we, ourselves, represent concrete expressions of principles; and that they are shared from an abstract origin. This allows us to recognize things. In fact, for Science and Math, the more abstract a principal, the more it is applicable. An example is PI = 3.141592 . The constant PI describes all circles, and spheres. This same view applies in object oriented computer languages where through polymorphism, properties are classed and encapsulated into hierarchies.
An example - consisting of attributes, and functional relationships for a class called circle which can derive sub-classes of objects such as for describing a planet or just a ball.

In Relative Gravity, sought is to normalize all forces to a relative force RF. Through polymorphism, RF can allow forces to be expressed in an object oriented manner that we can make sense of in concrete representation. Consider this view applied to the Big Bang theory.

For example, a basis for the Big Bang can consist of a view for some vector Zr from one perspective, and expressed as fq=E/T. As a reference frame, vector Zr is assumed here to be able to intersect with instances of itself as X and Y. Postulated, vector Zr is seen in our universe to represent a thread in a quantum fabric of many.

As separate reference frames, when in coincidence as an event, X,Y and Z derive other reference frame(s) between them. Similar to the nature of AC current, this is thought here as able to be the basis of our universe. Assumed: 

  • This event yields other perspectives proposed as some dimension XYZ.
  • The event is considered for some period referred to as a relative time.
  • The event is considered to be in the form of a uniform relative force( URF) as a body.

Fq on any axis of a URF is subject to the inverse square law with respect to distance.

This is considered expressed as ‘amplitude / distance (T+1,…n)’ and therefore considered skew ‘able in its representation.

Ampl_velocityNormalized, this body, seen as a fundamental manifold, is considered a building block for form as it applies to concrete representation.

What current Zr actually represents is relative. As some resonance, it could be based on the Carnot cycle or other for its origins while also offering heat and cold theirs.

Through polymorphism, the fundamental particle is thought to be expressed where properties are conserved. Its relationship with other peers is based on its level of superposition expressed as M1/D2=M2/D1.

About Relative Gravity

Normally we think of Gravity as described by Newton. That is, in how it applies to things like ourselves with respect to Earth and what is relative between it and the Sun. We can further consider that there is a similar relationship between our solar system and its relation within the Milky Way. This is as well as how our galaxy could be in relation to others such as Andromeda. Newton is considered to have already done an excellent job describing gravity’s behavior. There is also Kepler’s,Einstein’s, and others contributions to its theory too. In all cases, for mass (as matter), as a force, gravity can be thought of as an attraction as well as a repulsion that is relative between similar things.

Actually, to extend gravity’s nature is in how it, electromagnetism, and the strong and weak forces are considered to interplay. Through polymorphism, as primal forces, they can be seen as the shared building blocks of heavenly bodies. In unification theory due to Einstein and others, this ground has been well pioneered. But their work, more than likely due to the limitations of their personal life span, do not fully explain symmetry between the four forces. This essay takes an extended approach to Unification Theory based on their work.

Relative Gravity represents a set of shared dynamics with respect to the context of things. Regardless of context, like wavelengths, particles matter, heavenly bodies or galaxies, to address symmetry, an abstract notion of gravity is proposed. This notion is to suit an object oriented model where polymorphism can describe it in context.

An abstract property of force is considered shared through polymorphism. An example is between particles, or between the Sun and Earth. The existence of force in all cases is for a period; or a relative time. In common, for such a relative time there is a unique relationship between two or more bodies. As potential energy, bodies can have a kinetic expression. This can be even as primordial in context as the nature of Faraday’s conductance in a Higg’s like boson space.

But even another way of describing similar properties of gravity is also in a figurative sense. An example is something that you are attracted to. The question then is ‘howdo you compare the two examples?’ – ans: In the context of any two bodies, which also applies to our figurative example, they share common properties in the abstract. In other words, some form of a force, like gravity, is relative between things. This relationship is considered to exist for a period described as relative time.

In the essay this relative time between things of the same context, share what is encapsulated in a framework referred to as their spacial time. An easy example, is when household alternating current goes in and out of phase when flicking a light switch. The event can be considered a shared moment in a manner of superposition between waves of alternating current for a period of relative time.

Consider how one wave reacts with the other. In other words, they are unique within them selves as separate reference frames but also share as a third frame of reference, a spacial time of force represented as current when in phase. Between the points of in and out of phase there are also other dispositions of spacial time too.

Basically, alternating current, in fact, is a concrete example of an abstract property that exists in some realm of context . Seen as a fundamental property that exists in the universe, it can be on either side of causality in a chain of both cause and effect. It is also beyond measure in the scope of a universe. Its affect is pervasive. This is also in the terms of the relation you have with your reflection in a mirror. Your image, although considered negligible in delay from you as its source, like in the case of fundamental AC waves, is due to the speed of light. That is, you and the mirror and AC share a common property of some relative force. This Relative Force is in terms of the reaction between things as well as a relative time for their relationship. Its common property should be considered its shared and inherited abstract property if viewed in an object oriented way. In other words, as we are concrete examples of many things that are shared in the abstract we can recognize other concrete examples.

In Relative Gravity’s paradigm , Relative Force is considered that which is common between the four forces. In a similar way that apples and oranges can be both thought of as a derivative of fruit through polymorphism, as explained in the essay, the basic relation of what constitutes a particle, its relation to others, and as building blocks of much larger objects are considered expressed as some form of a derivative of relative force. Examples can be thought of as the relation between heavenly bodies as well as our basic physiology with respect to other things.

Spacial Time is defined as an additional abstract property. As an abstract it is considered normalized into what is thought of as a relative time that is shared between reference frames and expressed in the context of the four basic forces.

Applied as properties, gravity can be thought of in the context of any objects. To suit conservation and entropy, in a hierarchical sense, for Relative Gravity’s paradigm, this is why properties can be inherited and expressed in polymorphism.

Merging Galaxies

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To explain Relative Gravity, a good place to start is to describe its scope in an abstract context which could also apply to merging galaxies as well as their particles.

Relative Gravity is defined in the abstract as:

  1. ‘The potential energy of bodies purported as amplitude in kinetic energy and expressed as some spacial time in the form of a resonant frequency potential that is shared between them.
  2. The resonant frequency is considered a shared fundamental that is measured through their bodies’ level of superposition.
  3. The kinetic expression is subject to the disposition of the bodies’ potential uniquely’.

Consider how A,B, and C above apply to the merging galaxies example. Like the reference frames for AC current, the merging galaxies can be seen as being in superposition for a period of spacial time where their relationship is considered subject to their dispositions as galaxies A and B uniquely.

Superposition is viewed in terms of a resultant amplitude of two or more waves where at a point in a medium is a vector sum as a point charge of the individual amplitudes. There is a Physics rule that in fact applies to point charges. Consider it in the following with respect to the abstract definition for Relative Gravity above -

‘The force of a point charge due to two or more other point charges is equal to the vector sum of the forces they exert individually, each individual force calculated independently of the other charged particles’. ( Morton Tavel Electrostatics – Electricity and Magnetism, Barnes and Noble Series – )

Superposition is considered a key principle in Quantum theory starting with Schrodinger’s cat example, and Feynman’s theories about atomic particles. It is viewed as a relationship or the paradox between certainty and  uncertainty – that is, any object, which also includes its most fundamental abstract basis, is thought to be in all possible states. The ‘measurement itself , such as the speed of light, is considered the cause of the object to be limited to any single possibility’; or a point of observation. Noted earlier was the idea of a spacial time where in fact a relationship is observed based on the dispositions of the participants considered for all possible states.

As in the case of Superposition, object oriented views typically assume 1- abstract properties, and 2- their inheritance into concrete examples through polymorphism.   Through polymorphism there is a conservation of symmetry exhibited between different contexts of concrete examples. Point charges, and Feynman’s sub atomic theory both assume superposition, and in fact for the convenience of this essay, to be within a context of some spacial time. They both can share in the abstract, the description of Relative Gravity that is seen to apply to the merging galaxies earlier.

Here the notion of relativity must be further clarified: as one, it is something that constitutes a relation between similar things, and two, further to have an inheritance factor to it for its conservation when expressed in concrete examples of polymorphism.

The theory of Relative Gravity is to explain in another way how the Universe is put together. It addresses unification by furthering the scope of relativity in the framework of an object oriented paradigm that, for conservation, supports polymorphism. In fact, without the intention of over use, all properties in the essay are considered, and prefixed with, and referred to as ‘relative’ to their context of expression: e,g- Relative Time, Relative Distance, Relative Polarity and Equilibrium. Consisting of relative properties, Relative Gravity is intended to apply to what makes up a particle or a universe. Consequently properties must be considered relative.

The theory’s basis is first in viewing the Universe in what can be thought of as its most fundamental properties that can be identified. – a form of alternating currents. This is where like an alternator, all properties can be considered conserved in expression. In general, this can further allow both symmetry and randomness depending upon how viewed.

Regardless of what is thought about as waves or particles, consider how the photon could apply to unification theory. In other words, Relative Gravity should be able to also answer the question, for starters – what is light and how do you resolve its perceived wave particle duality?

In his book about QED, Feynman’s photon particle counter is definitive. For science, Einstein’s suggestion that photons become electrons when arriving to Earth is also considered to have something to it. The Theory of Relative Gravity takes license with these theories by connecting some dots. This is where in these theories, themselves, there seems to be the absence of a reasonable explanation for how a photon actually crosses light years in space; as well as the dynamics of our own visual perception of light; and therefore the reception of so-called photons with respect to the physiology of our eyes which receive wave lengths, and not particles.

From a heavenly body, like its gravity field, photons are emitted in a somewhat omnidirectional manner. If there is no receiver, such as our physiology, or even another heavenly body, for example, to absorb and /or reflect them in their own unique way, they appear to continue to travel on. Here we should connect the dots to explain how photons even cross space in the first place at 186,000 miles per second and travel some billions of light years, that is besides just in our atmosphere.

If able to speak with Nicola Tesla, would he say that a photon could consist of an alternating current? This could explain how it could cross basically any space at zero volts, where in fact, having a wave length ( Fq=Amp/ [ Distance or Velocity]), depending on how viewed .

Linear Time = Fq * velocity

Further, if to apply the Inverse Square Law with respect to amplitude and velocity, then even Einstein’s view on how time slows can also be imagined. Additionally, with this explanation, each side of the wave length could in fact constitute a polarity.

Here, the particle effect for Feynman can be realized as each side of the wave in sum could in fact represent a particle. For example: -1eV electron volts and +1eV positron volts = { 0 eVolts } => a photon.

Einstein’s view on the photon and the photoelectric effect can also be supported, as well as even Higg’s boson with this reasoning – that photons convert to electrons ; and this could also explain how ever else a photon can be received such as the Sun’s on the Earth, and then the nature of Earth’s own absorption and emissions for the context of light. 

This would mean that particles could hold some kind of a polarity to them. This could compel the question about the nature of ‘what actually constitutes a neutron’ when seen due to phases of a wave length’s reference frame’.

Particle_Bonding

Could this view appear to fly into the face of basic atomic shell theory, where ignoring Bohr and even Pauli? Perhaps it might not. Electron shell placement could be perceived in a similar manner with respect to higher energy states of amplitude and impedance within a manifold or field.

The essay is not intended to conflict with the standard atomic model nor the standard model for particles; nor question why protons are thought to be packed together conveniently with neutrons where corresponding electrons must compete to be shoe horned into different shells; nor where seen as an elegant explanation for the building blocks of molecules and matter. Simply offered is a different perspective for what is considered conventional in theory.

Relative Polarity

Accounting for the above, particles and subatomic particles can firstly be seen as manifolds of currents that have a relative polarity. Or the question is, what role does the strong and weak force supposed to have in the first place if not a relative polarity?

As an example, relative polarity could be interpreted as, that which is more positive is more positive than something which is considered less positive; yet that which is less positive is more positive to something that is more negative; and which is less negative to something that could be even more negative.

The notion of relative polarity is actually not that far away from explaining how current,or electrons flow between less and more positive poles; that atomic shells could be considered different energy states, or that atoms can be become polarized.

Relative Distance

As an abstract description to suit an object oriented view, an entity within a given distance can be considered less positive with respect to another where attracted, but yet be more positive than another that it will attract. You could even construe absolute polarity as being relative with respect to distance and size of related objects.

Pos_negSuch a principle of a ‘relative polarity with respect to distance’ can allow differentiated particles; and as well to be applied to explain other things.

Magnets_Distance

An everyday example is a large magnet having a mutual attraction with a smaller one requiring a closer distance than if between two larger ones at a greater distance. 

In a similar manner smaller planets orbit the Sun closer than larger ones. It could be thought that the larger and the smaller have an equivalent distance from the Sun with respect to their masses.

Consider how relative polarity, when distinguished by a relative distance, could provide additional dynamics behind orbital bodies like the Sun and Earth compared to gas giants.

Abstract Example: Accordingly for an abstract property thought of as Relative Distance, with respect to a larger body, a smaller one has a proportional relationship at a closer distance, than two large ones. For example: like the Sun and a gas giant where having a greater mutual distance.

RelativeDistance

Concrete Example: An entity can be 100 times smaller than its counter part; and perhaps a magnitude or more less in energy. In this case, distance N is seen as a fractional ratio of the distance required than two equivalent size entities would have in order to reach the same relative equilibrium of net zero force between them. Consider the following as an alternative view of ‘bodies warping of space due to their ‘solid mass’ where things are supposed to be weightless:

Observation: As the relation is seen as a matter of superposition, a Relative Equilibrium of Net Zero demonstrates the proportional force between entities. Later, this notion of equivalence in Relative Equilibrium is elaborated on in how Newton observed that all objects fall at the same speed with respect to Earth’s gravity.

Relative Equilibrium, which is viewed differently from Kepler’s center of gravity, addresses the relationship between what are assumed to be fields of potential energy instead of the notion of ‘solid mass’. The Sun, Saturn, and Earth, can be seen similar to the Boson particle definition. ‘ All are thought of as a ‘ relative mass E/C2 ‘ in what is kinetically shared in their superposition as orbital bodies.

Relative Equilibrium:

Kepler’s Center of Gravity addresses mass as matter. Relative Equilibrium does not conflict with this view when seen as the disposition of force of relative mass. Relative Equilibrium is considered proportional between paralleled entities and could, if to measure some form of Einsteins Matter, be defined as E/C2 for an equivalent representation of relative mass.

RelEquil

For the Sun and Earth, Relative Equilibrium is seen as a relationship of an inner and outer relativity of their relative masses. Their shared spacial time is derived from their covariance of relative forces.

Relative Mass is seen as the equivalent potential energy if a body is viewed as a manifold. This is where acceleration is measured at a rate represented as Relative Equilibrium with respect to some time T such as the speed of light.

On the Nature of Light:

The actual speed of light can also take on a greater significance for theory than just assuming it as nature’s speed limit. For example, could the speed of Light also be construed as a wave length’s measure for gravity, which is perhaps 186,000 miles in distance. Should we consider this laughable ?

This assertion might seem absurd, when knowing already the wave lengths of visible and non visible light. But is it actually so far fetched when considering theories of deep gravitational waves from black holes; or what actually is behind gravitational lensing?

Given that there is a speed limit involved, suggested here is that rather long gravitational wave lengths act as a carrier in a similar manner to amplitude modulation with respect to frequency modulation. Speculated is, that gravitational waves provide a medium for photons. Similar to how electrons flow in a current, here, the higher spectrum for light is similar to an FM signal which acts like a passenger bus representing what we measure as its light spectrum on its own AM band of gravity as a spacial highway. Like electrical current, the gravitational wave could operate in one direction where the photon travels in the opposite direction.

When having the means, like amplitude behind it to go across space, it might be easier to imagine a photon taking about eight minutes to reach Earth from the Sun. But this also implies that in having a wave length of 186,000 miles, that it also represents a cycle, and therefore a frequency which can be construed as an oscillation with respect to the current of gravity.

Here is where we can look at Einstein’s equation in the relative mass way: M=E/C2
For example, in order to represent Einstein’s interchangeability of matter with energy, relative mass ‘M’ is construed to actually oscillate at the speed of light squared.

This view, too, might seem at first a ridiculous notion, but consider applying the equivalent of a relative mass ‘ E/C2 = M‘ in the atomic spectrum as Amp/ Velocity = Fq. Accordingly, at the speed of light squared as C2, now our wave length is intended to be 3,459,600,000 miles per oscillation/second.

Would you consider that we are actually stretching things here just a little bit? Perhaps not! OJ287, the black hole, is believed to contain the density of over 18 billion solar masses that are equivalent to our Sun’s density. This being the case, then certainly, why can’t their be wave lengths of gravity that are over 3.5 billion miles long in our universe that emanate from a black hole? Consequently, a photon from OJ287 can reach us. For Relative Gravity in viewing relative mass as skew-able, in fact, does not contradict Hawkins’ Event Horizon for visible light. But now I ask you to take one more leap into the realm of possibilities!

Similar to a singularity, in some cases, perhaps could such a wave length be compressed to the width of a particle instead? As a particle is perpetual for its duration of existence, where energy cannot be created nor destroyed but transformed, the particle could oscillate at an equivalent rate of 3.5 billion miles per/sec.

For a particle’s definitive field, dark matter can then be considered to be like an electrolytic stew that offers an impedance in limiting the oscillation’s actual distance to the diameter of a particle where mass = force /acceleration. Consider a neutron star. This same impedance could represent a pressure around a black hole, or another body in space.

In Perspective: 

The theory has many views that could be considered controversial. At the onset, to not offend any accepted theory, this theory should be considered simply unconventional in using classical mechanics.

Currents of the Universe: 

In the theory, the fundamental universe is viewed like your car’s alternator ; or one at a power company/utility provider. But for the universe, it is thought to consist of a plasma of alternating currents similar to an electrolytic stew in volition.

ElectricUniv

In its evolution, basic symmetry is considered conserved in derived properties through polymorphism of inherited ones.

AC-Gen

Given a wave length of some deep time, symmetry in properties is not at the exclusion of randomness where time can derive other time. In other words, this can allow symmetry based on a random event. For example, above, the light bulb is lit when and if current flows which can be randomly imposed. Symmetry in properties also allows particles of opposite charge. And in the quest of absolute zero,the same symmetry in properties is seen here to allow strings to have harmonics.

Common and Inherent Properties of Force

To apply the theory of Relative Gravity for our early universe, the relationship of dark and light matter is seen as that of impedance where particles to galaxies, or any other body between, are first viewed as manifolds having common and inherent properties of force. Particles can have opposite charge, and harmonics of vectors for strings. A wavelength is considered to be subject to distortion in time yet retain properties. Transformation is seen as part of the continuum as time can derive other time. Bodies are considered skew-able and cumulative with respect to others within their context as separate reference frames. Their context for gravity is viewed as their  fundamental relationship through superposition.

The Four Forces:

Relative Gravity is to measure the force of bodies in space with respect to their context. At the onset, the theory views the four forces although being unique as also being relative to each other. They are thought to have symmetry through a shared property that is termed ‘ relative force’.

Seen as derivatives, the four known forces: Electro Strong and Weak, Electromagnetism and Gravity are considered to share symmetry where differentiated by their context in space, and time; and as matter.

RelativeForce-Prism

Properties are considered shared in an orderly manner where thought analogous to white light: As mass, light exhibits a force in space. Relative force in the essay is seen as a spectrum. The four known are considered differentiated forces that are part of the spectra of relative force. Like the colors of light we could view them to coexist and, for that matter, to blend.

A drop of water in space contains all four forces. Its a matter of how they are actually blended for what is here considered to exist within some spacial time as a body.

Spacial Time: 

Consider having a continuum for the universe represented as a current’s sinusoidal wave form:

Exp_Contraction

As some wave length, of deep time, infinity should be allowed as being something beyond our ability to measure. Regardless of measure, in a cycle, on one side of the wave could perhaps be the Universe’s expansion while the other being its contraction. In this way, gravity and its relation to light can be realized.

Time as a derivative can also be construed as some spacial time. For example, many phases of alternating current acting as separate or asynchronous reference frames of time and dimension combined can yield others. Further, due to a measure of time between them, each reference frame is with respect to the others past as representing its own present.

ReferenceFrame

A spacial time can describe the time and dimension of each frame and also when combined as a synchronistic event between the two. That is, for a period of time, like in the case of superposition, multiple asynchronous frames share common or synchronous references to each other.

For the universe, whether due to an impedance, collision, or some form of superposition, the synchronistic event of spacial time representing another reference frame is considered in infinite in its quanta of probabilities.

The Dark Fabric:

The concept of alternating current within spacial times can make Steven Hawking’s 100 million black holes per cubic light year be within reason.

darkfabric_univ

Making up a dark fabric, while based on infinite probability, each black hole could be its own alternator and weaved together at the speed of light by alternating currents that are relative in spacial time.

The Uniform Relative Force Model

In the Theory of Relative Gravity, Uniform Relative Force is specifically intended to describe, in some form of an abstract manifold, the nature of how, like a water droplet demonstrates its body in the vacuum of space under ideal conditions, how particles, matter and even galaxies are held together. Uniform Relative Force is referred to in the essay as URf.

This URf is considered the conceptual model for Relative Gravity’s view of unification theory for the four forces. Relative force is seen as what is common between them when given their context in space.

URF

Consistent with Ohm’s Law, in terms of impedance, voltage as a uniform relative force could be viewed as a body in space. Basically, a higher voltage can be equivalent to a lower one that has a more dispersed equivalent current. Based on Ohm’s law, they could be considered one and the same. That is, except for their context of current and impedance. Consequently, although not equal, abstractly, dark matter and spacial bodies can be seen as an equivalent in Relative Mass.

Body’s in Space, or Spacial Bodies:

In extending the scope of Ohm’s law, where gravity is commonly seen as the weakest of the four forces, all are considered here a matter of perspective. Simply, as time can change in reference, for spacial bodies, current can be measured as density.

Gravity_ElectromagneticReach

Gravity’s radiation demonstrates a current that is considered more spread out than the strong and the weak. The latter could be considered the modulated equivalent of a compressed spacial body at a higher voltage based on impedance, that besides to suit the density of sub-atomic particle assembly, which is in the above case Earth, is considered their basis in the first place.

Orbital Bodies:

Gravity between bodies is viewed as the fundamental relationship of what is considered to exist between them: a ‘ synchronistic event of superposition in a unique spacial time’.

SunZr

For orbital bodies, consider their meshed Relative Force as thought to be similar to electrolytic like fabric of gears that is based on their related velocity ratio’s. The orbital bodies then can be considered to work in a manner of superposition of alternating states.

Here, relative dispositions of ± amplitude are seen to be exchanged in alternating current. The event is thought of as an expressed volition between peers that exists in some spacial time.

amplitudes

In a manner similar to meshed gear teeth of ± amplitudes, relative masses, as orbital bodies, are envisioned to undertake a syncopated superposition.

Deriving Relative Equilibrium between the Sun and the Earth

Provided below is part of the calculation of Relative Gravity between the Sun and Earth. This is where there is a state of relative equilibrium seen between them as field bodies in gravity. In the following, Relative Equilibrium is calculated to be near where the magnetic storm between the Sun and Earth occurs.

aurora

The Relative Time ( RT ) between them is viewed in terms of the speed of light (C), where if as some form of matter, their existence is at the speed of light squared (C2).

Given the constants, between the Sun and Earth, there is an estimated surface to surface distance of 150,000,000 km’s.

Earth_Sun_table1

Note that Earth’s 425 Km’s puts D2 in the Exosphere. The interaction with the solar winds is considered in the adjacent Magnetosphere as accepted scientific fact.

Calculating Relative Equilibrium between the Sun and the Earth

To calculate net force between the Sun and Earth, using the formulas for RE in the context of matter ( M1/D2 = M2/D1 ), the results are:

Earth (5.97223E+24) * 452.4967391 Km is considered
equivalent to the Sun’s (1.99E+030) * 150657425km

In other words:
(5.97223E+24 / 452.4967391) = (1.99E+030 / 150656972.5)

For the above, distances and masses are normalized proportionally in RE . D1 and D2 are based on:
Distance Earth D2 = Total Distance / (Earth mass Kg + Suns mass kg) * sun’s mass kg
Distance sun D1 = Total Distance / (Earth mass Kg + Suns mass kg) * Earth’s mass kg

Total distance in kilometers (km) is considered their average distance. This does not account for elliptical change but assumes the radius of the Earth at 6,372 km, and the Sun’s radius at 65,1053 km.

Their boundary point from the standpoint of Earth is calculated to be 454+km’s above its surface. In being in the Exosphere or perhaps the Magnetosphere, this is believed to demonstrate Earth’s gravity field with respect to the Sun as basically equivalent of the area of the Magnetosphere.

The Essay as a Book

The second edition of the Essay so far as a 230+ page manuscript is divided into several parts. They are to first introduce the concept of Relative Gravity through offering a perspective of the Universe; then a discussion of gravity itself and what is needed to actually explain its why and how in addition to its what.

A proforma definition of Relative Gravity then is introduced followed by an explanation of its application with respect to orbiting bodies. This leads into the actual paradigm where the properties of Relative Gravity and its dynamics are described in detail.

The Mechanics of Relative Gravity are then formalized where its formula is introduced with four laws on the disposition of force proposed. In total, the laws consist of numerous observations.

As mentioned, examples follow for calculating Relative Gravity for the relationship of the Sun and Earth and Moon.

There are appendices for referenced material and an addenda essay that complete the document.

About the author

Orion Karl Daley professionally is a financial trading systems engineer. His study is ongoing in finance, political and computer science, history, and in theoretical physics. He started his career as a self taught EE with Raytheon Data Systems after his third year at WVU.

Starting with the computer manufacturing and design, and then telecommunications industry, professionally he specializes in designing and building institutional and retail electronic trading systems where his interest in all areas is that of a solutions engineer and architect.

Copyright 2014 by Orion Karl Daley 

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Object Oriented Design for Unification Theory, aka, the Theory of Relative Gravity explains in an object oriented way how the Universe is put together.
The fundamental universe is viewed like a plasma of alternating currents. Seen, symmetry is conserved through polymorphism of inherent properties. 
 
Concluded, given a wave length of some deep time, symmetry in properties is not at the exclusion of randomness.Conservatively, as derivatives, the four known forces, the Electro Strong and Weak, Electromagnetism and Gravity, are considered to share symmetry where differentiated by their context. 
 
Regarded as opposites, the relationship of dark and light matter is seen as that of impedance where particles to galaxies, or any other body between, are first viewed as manifolds having common and inherent properties. 
 
Plausible, particles can have opposite charge, and harmonics of vectors for strings with wavelengths subject to distortion. Bodies can be considered skew-able and cumulative with respect to others within their context as reference frames. Gravity is viewed as their fundamental relationship through superposition.
 
For a practical example in application, where not to conflict, but to extend current theory, a basis for the Big Bang can consist of a view for some vector Zr from one perspective, and expressed as fq=E/T. Vector Zr is seen in our universe to represent a thread in a quantum fabric of many.  
As a reference frame, vector Zr is assumed here to be able to intersect with instances of itself as X and Y similar to the nature of AC current, when in phase, 

As separate reference frames, when in coincidence as an event, X,Y and Z can derive other reference frame(s) between them. For example, current when in phase; and its magnetic field.  Assumed:

This event yields a manifold of some dimension XYZ. The event is considered for some period referred to as a relative time. The event is considered to be in the form of a uniform relative force( URF) as a body for the manifold.
 
Fq on any axis of a URF is subject to the inverse square law with respect to distance. This is considered expressed as ‘amplitude / distance (T+1,…n)’ and therefore considered skew ‘able.
 
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What current Zr actually represents is relative. As some resonance, it could be based on the Carnot cycle just yielding pressure and volume as dimension and time; or other for its origins while also offering heat and cold theirs.
 
Normalized to a polygon, this body, seen as a fundamental manifold, is considered a building block for form as it applies to concrete representation.
 
Through polymorphism, the fundamental particle is thought to be expressed where properties are conserved.  
 
Its relationship with peers is based on its level of superposition expressed as: M1/D2=M2/D1.
 
Distances D1 and D2 are derived as:
R (total distance) /total mass * M1 = D2; and then for M2, it equals D1.
 
 
 
 

 

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