New concepts in physics

It is generally recognized that physics has theories such as General Relativity and Quantum Theory that work amazingly well in the domains for which they were developed, but the interrelationship between them cannot be satisfactorily described after more than 60 years of effort. Some experimental and observational data are not well understood in terms of current theories, and this page discusses proposed concepts that address such outstanding problems.

1. Basic Structures of Matter: Supergravitation Unified Theory (BSM-SG)

Dr. Stoyan Sarg of York University, Toronto, has developed an impressive theoretical underpinning to modern physics. BSM-SG theory accommodates both the Theory of Relativity and the energy-based, probabilistic theory of Quantum Mechanics, but also adds structure to the universe ranging from the fundamental particles to the cosmos. As a result, the theory offers a classical approach to understanding particle interactions, shows how electric and magnetic fields are related to gravity, and opens the door to new technologies for energy production and gravity control. For example, the theory predicts a new propulsion method based on a unique gravito-inertial effect. The predicted effect was published and demonstrated at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration, 2007. A demonstration of the effect can be seen in an on-line video.

See the Physics in Canada review of the publication describing the theory.

2. Theoretical feasibility of cold fusion according to the BSM-Supergravitation unified theory

(by Dr. Stoyan Sarg in Journal of Nuclear Physics, December, 2013)

Advances in the field of cold fusion and the recent success of the nickel and hydrogen exothermal reaction, in which the energy release cannot be explained by a chemical process, need a deeper understanding of the nuclear reactions and, more particularly, the possibility for modification of the Coulomb barrier. The current theoretical understanding based on high temperature fusion does not offer an explanation for the cold fusion or LENR. The treatise “Basic Structures of Matter – Supergravitation Unified Theory”, based on an alternative concept of the physical vacuum, provides an explanation from a new point of view by using derived three-dimensional structures of the atomic nuclei. For explanation of the nuclear energy, a hypothesis of a field micro-curvature around the superdense nucleus is suggested. The new theoretical approach in the analysis of some successful cold fusion experiments resulted in practical considerations for modification of the Coulomb barrier. A possibility of another cold fusion reaction is predicted due to some similarity between the nuclear structures of Ni and Cr.

3. An alternative explanation of frame-dragging observed in the Gravity Probe B experiment.

An article entitled Gravity Probe B Confirms Two of Einstein’s Space-Time Theories prompted an email from Dr. Stoyan Sarg, the author of BSM-SG theory. With his permission, the email forms the basis of this entry. Dr. Sarg points out that ether theory was incorrectly rejected in the early 20th century, calling it the "fatal mistake of modern physics". Since then, theoretical physics has become mainly a mathematical exercise too removed from the experience of the physical world. The General Relativity explanation of frame-dragging is an example of the semantic difficulty that can arise from this disconnect. General Relativity talks of a spinning body pulling space/time along with it, even while rejecting the ether concept.

4. The Hutchison effect and UFOs

Analysis of photographs of UFOs and demonstrations of the Hutchison effect show that they have a common feature. Both are accompanied by subtle optical distortions that have a toroidal shape. The UFO is usually in contact with the ring of the torus, as are objects affected by the Hutchison effect. The similarities suggests that UFO propulsion technology is based on the same physics as the Hutchison effect.

5. Circumstantial evidence for a technology that disrupts cohesion of matter

Wilbert B. Smith found evidence in the 1950s for the existence of a technology that can reduce the binding force holding together the constituents of matter. He was advised by aliens in the earth environment that their spacecraft generated a field which produced such an effect. This article examines mysterious physical effects that have been reported since then which might be explained by such a phenomenon. According to circumstantial evidence, such technology appears to have been developed in secret by a human agency.

6. Does spirit energy affect molecular binding force?

An experiment suggests that spirit energy in a physical mediumship séance may affect molecular binding force in matter.

7. Interesting phenomena associated with nuclear explosions

Images of nuclear explosions extracted from a video were examined after equalization to bring out more detail. A number of interesting features were identified that do not have obvious explanations. Specifically, the plasma from an explosion occasionally contains small dark circular areas similar to several found in an image of the sun's corona. Further, the explosions can have spatial and spectral asymmetries and are often accompanied by smaller toroidal shapes.

8. Evidence of a global influence on random physical processes

A model is proposed of a universal creative energy field that reduces the variance of random physical processes. The field generator has a fractal structure so that its emanations resonate at multiple levels of scale. The model was tested by comparing NSGS earthquake data with random event generator data from the Global Consciousness Project network.

9. Creation and consciousness: An introduction to extraterrestrial science

The science given to us by ETs in a series of interviews is summarized and clarified.

10. Higher dimensional physics associated with UFOs    (PDF)

Qualitative analyses of UFO photographs taken over many years found that a toroidal pattern is often in the space near UFOs. The torus was attributed to the existence of a "duocylinder bridge" generated by the unknown craft as a device for transport. The device is four-dimensional and appears to produce a highly magnetized toroidal projection onto our three dimensional space.

11. A Cosmology Founded on Intrinsic Attributes of Consciousness

A cosmology grounded in consciousness is described that accounts for well-known but inexplicable phenomena such as near-death and out-of-body experiences, telepathy, remote viewing, and materialization. A being experiences matter when configurations of consciousness are transformed to sensations by the perceptual process.

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