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Detection and Origin of the Background Field

Description:  The Background Field Theory (BF Theory) was able to explain the nature of inertia, as well as of that of gravitational and electromagnetic fields.
Author:Carlos Calvet Ph.D.
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DETECTION AND ORIGIN OF THE "BACKGROUND FIELD"


Carlos Calvet, “Detection and Origin of the Background Field”, Journal of Theoretics, Vol.2, No.4, Aug 2000

Abstract:  The Background Field Theory (BF Theory) was able to explain the nature of inertia, as well as of that of gravitational and electromagnetic fields. Later, it was revealed to even predict the existence of so called "Torsion Fields."  This would be the first time that all these phenomena were unified in a unique model.  Furthermore, it has been recently revealed that Russian astronomers may have already detected the BF during the late 70's as a radiation or source that is able to produce gravitation. More than 20 years later, this author developed the model of the BF while the Russian evidence of such was still under secrecy after the Cold War.

            The BF theory makes superfluous the need for time or chronological effects to explain phenomena such as "non-locality" or "entangled particles" because of the unlimited velocity that particles may have in the "diluted" regions of the BF.  In the synthesis of the Big Bang theory and BF theory, the origin of the BF has been assigned to a so-called "Primordial Star" (PS), produced by the implosion that might have accompanied the explosion of some initial particle during the Big Bang. Such a PS would be still inside our universe and could be used as "cosmic lighthouse" for future interstellar navigation.

Key Words: Background Field, Big Bang, EM fields, gravitation, inertia, strings, Torsion Fields

 

  
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