Wisp Unification Theory - Introduction
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Wisp theory is unique and it explains the fundamental properties of nature in a clear and simple way.
In 1978 I had concluded that matter could not possibly be a hard something
in a space that was empty, simply because force needs a medium in which
I knew immediately that this was the correct answer to the mystery of
the composition of matter.
Empty space is not void, it is full of wisps (the smallest fundamental particles in nature) and hence full of mass, but its mass lies dormant, and only manifests itself when it is disturbed. Disturbances create particles fractal shapes which lock quantities of wisps together, giving particles unique masses.
Answering these questions challenges Einsteins special theory of
relativity a fundamental pillar of modern physics.
The simplest way to test special relativity is to carry out an accurate one-way speed of light measurement (see section 7.7.1). It is truly amazing that no one has done this, or even considers it necessary. However, when this is done, Einstein's 'principle of relativity' will be shown to be false and our fundamental understanding of physics will have to change. Wisp theory is a new starting point.
Kevin Harkess BSc (Hons)
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