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Spatial problems due to gravity lensing and Photon Splitting


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                <p>Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Spatial problems
due to gravity lensing and the Photon Splitting</p>
<p><u>Gravity Lensing <br></u></p>
<p><strong>Author M.P.King BSc.(Hons</strong></p>
<p>Gravity Lensing is an interesting phenomena of cosmology, but what is
not understood is its far reaching effect on cosmology as a whole.</p>
<p>Â Most of the Stars we see in the sky at night seem quite ordinary but
there the assumption is incorrect because a large portion of them are not
really there mainly because of gravity lensing and its associated
effects, which said effects are compounded with distance.. Near stars
and other close bodies do no exhibit much aberration as the more distant
stars do. We start with the long, long journey that the starlight from
the distant bodies covers to reach our eyes or the Hubble telescope,
somewhere in the region of 12,x 109Â light years to the edge of the
expanding cosmos( discounted in my article ‘Time Flies'). In this
tremendous distance are many large, medium and small gravity wells be
they stars, black holes or merely planets. Each and every gravity well
causes gravity lensing in varying degrees and in many cases if no lensing
occurs then the light photons or Quanta will undergo a deflection of
their natural direction and or an increase in their static energy level.
Primarily when lenzing occurs two or more images are in evidence. The
increase in energy due to the slingshot effect increases the static
energy level of the quanta up to a level just a bit more than two quantas
at which point the single quanta splits into two similar quantas. The new
quanta formed is at the supposed correct energy for a normal quanta but
the original has a small but relative residual extra amount of energy
because of the point at which the formation of a extra quanta is
triggered. Because of the different energy levels of these images they
diverge from each other with the divergence increasing with distance due
to the effect of energy supplied by the slingshot effect to the two
energy quantas.</p>
<p>Â This effect is in evidence with all the light emanating from any
distances in the tens of light years to the billions of light years. If
you can imagine the number of high gravitational bodies that light passes
during the 12,000 million years journey fro the edges of the big bang
envelope to falling onto your eyes or the Hubble telescope then you will
begin to understand the problem just beginning to unfold. With multiple
images and bending of direction being applied to all light quanta
during its long journey across the cosmos passing untold millions of huge
cosmic bodies, its final direction is beyond definition. The direction
could possibly be modified such that the light from one particular source
travels around the cosmos many times before hitting on the Hubble
telescope or our upturned eyes.</p>
<p>Â So what do we see when we look up into the night sky. We see many
multiple images of stars seeming to be where we are looking but in actual
fact could originate from a source behind us, certainly the light may
have travelled around in circles or possibly in random zigzag paths for
many millions of years before we see them (where they are not).</p>
<p>Â Â The image doubling is caused by an effect similar to the
formation of double particles when accelerated in the particle
accelerators. When the energy of a single particle increases due to the
gravitic or magnetic acceleration effect it reaches a critical energy
level slightly more than the energy of two particles at which point it
breaks into two almost identical particles. The similarity stops at the
energy levels of the two particles. The new particle is of the normal
energy level expected for a non accelerated particle but the original
still has a slight excess of energy and it is this difference in energy
that causes the divergence. In the case of the particle accelerator the
new particle together with the original will be pulled downwards due to
the earths gravitational field. In the case of the light quanta the
divergence and bending will be a partial falling towards the
gravitational body. The energy is supplied by the gravity well near which
the quanta is passing and the quanta when the energy has increased to a
fraction more than the energy level of two quanta will split into two
quanta, one with a normal energy level and the original which will have a
slightly increased or residual energy over and above the norm. It can now
be seen that with slightly differing energy levels the mass of the quanta
will also differ by the same ratio. It is this mass difference that
causes the two quanta to diverge when acted upon by gravity. This
divergence will then continue to increase with distance until such time
as each of the two quanta passes near another large gravity well and the
same effect will be in evidence but more than likely in a slightly
different directions or two totally different directions if each quanta
passes near differing bodies. This effect will be in evidence with all
light quanta passing near all large bodies over the whole of the cosmos.
This will give the effect of there being more stars than there actually
are. Off course a large number of diverted quanta will when passing too
close to a large body be absorbed due to being caught in the gravity well
but an equally large number will miss the collision course and just be
deflected by anything from zero deflection to maximum deflection to who
knows what direction. A very, very few will continue on their vast
travels without passing near any large gravity wells and in this case no
gravity lenzing will be in effect and the body will be seen in it's
correct position but this would be very rare because of the vast distance
travelled and the vast number of large bodies in any path. The greater
the distance travelled by the light quanta then the greater the chance
that the quanta will either be lazed or absorbed by collision.</p>

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<p>Â This phenomenon nicely ties up together the micro and the macro
effects required for Universal theory. It also accounts nicely for the
missing matter so readily ascribed to "Dark Matter" because the missing
matter seen by our eyes just isn't there, hence the title of this paper
‘<em>Now you see it, now you don't'.</em></p>
<p>Â The information given out by cosmologists over some years now that
the outer fringe of the cosmos is expanding at an accelerated rate in
excess of the speed of light could be an effect due to the strange ragged
path of the light quanta in their variable travels.</p>
<p>To make matter worse if that is possible, the effects expounded above
would also involve cosmic rays and may even be the reason for the
background radiation effect we register over the whole of space.</p>
<p>The gravity lenzing effect gives some insight into using the Einstein
equation E = MxC2Â . As it stands it is not valid. C2 is a constant as
is light, then E energy is proportional to M mass. This doesn't stand up
when used for gravity lenzing because the mass doesn't change until it is
triggered into two photons. By altering the equation to read E =
<u>MxV2</u>Â then t comes into the</p>
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<p>equation. This allows t to vary and in doing so allows for the photons
time frame to change until the trigger ( total energy is equal to
slightly more than the mass of two photons ) when the stretched time
bounces back to normal and 2 photons are in existence.  </p>
<p>E = MxC2Â implies that as energy E increases then the mass M will
increase proportionally indicating that the mass becomes infinite as C
is reached. This is not true because with the revised equation  E =
  <u>MxV2</u>     with M and V constant then E is proportional to
the root of</p>
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         t2    </p>
<p>time t . The result of this is that as E increases time slows down.
This is in line with Einstein's Time Dilation effect which doesn't
appear if E = MxC2 .</p>
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<p>This whole scenario gives me pause for thought because the action of
the quanta of light seems to act as a particle and is evidenced by the
effect of gravity on the quanta. It also seems to act as a wave but
mainly it acts as pure energy which after all it is.</p>
<p>The action of increased energy of the quanta and the splitting of the
energized quanta into two similar quantas, is very much the same as the
splitting of basic particles when energized in the particle accelerator.
This then leads me to suggest that <strong>Light is the basic natural
particle of matter.</strong> The easy formation of energy into light or
even any electromagnetic form of energy suggests this postulate. Light
into electricity and electricity into light, it works both ways.</p>
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<p><strong>Quick thoughts on light reverse engineering</strong>.</p>
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<p>First what if we use tungsten filament in the sun and check if there
is any voltage output. Or heat a filament to see if any electrical
voltage is present. These are crazy thought experiments which I have not
had the time to try, but may give some unusual results.</p>
<p>When a match is struck and has finished burning, not ignoring the
gases formed is the weight still the same after light and heat had been
produced accepting that light and heat are forms of energy closely akin
to light quanta and are known to have mass?</p>
<p>1591 words</p>
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