“The Unified Field Theory”
By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti
On February 5, 2004 12:00 AM CST, the core equation for The Unified Field Theory was first posted.
Note to our fellow theoretical physicists: We are fully aware of the seemingly slapdash nature of the commentary below. However, this page was written for the masses and you, of course, must agree that the theoretical technicalities underlying the Unified Field Theory would be absolutely incomprehensible to most people. Two papers are available. The first is Dr. Bisconti’s formal paper titled Field Unification: The Theory of Infinite Relativity (100,000 pages). The second is the synopsis of Dr. Bisconti’s formal paper titled Synopsis: Field Unification: The Theory of Infinite Relativity (1,000 pages). Quick note: Einstein should have listened more closely to Schwarzschild.
Dr. Albert Einstein gave us:
Now, Dr. Michael J. Bisconti gives us:
This is the “core equation” of the Unified Field Theory. The letter “T” stands for time. The letter “e” stands for energy. The letter “c” stands for the velocity (speed) of light. Every law of the physical universe can be directly or indirectly associated with the three universal concepts of T, time, e, energy, and c, velocity (speed) of light.
The core UFT equation tells us that Time is equal to energy times the speed of light to the third power. That is, Time is equal to energy times the speed of light times the speed of light times the speed of light. The speed of light is approximately 186,000 miles/sec. Therefore, Time is roughly equal to energy times 186,000 miles/sec. times 186,000 miles/sec. times 186,000 miles/sec.
In Dr. Einstein’s theory, an incredibly large amount of energy is derived from a relatively small amount of matter, as in a nuclear explosion. In Dr. Bisconti’s theory, a relatively small amount of (new) time is derived from an incredibly small amount of energy, as in a “temporal explosion.”
A temporal explosion is an explosion that occurs in “time” instead of space. The force of a temporal explosion stretches the fabric of time. This stretching is followed by a snapping back of the time fabric, as when you release a stretched rubber band. This snapback forces future time to push present time into past time. A person caught in the snapback suddenly finds themself at a different point in time. This person, in effect, NOT ACTUALLY, has travelled through time. More later.