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Quantum Leap

Once scientists comprehend selective attracting and repelling characteristics, most of the universe can be explained in just a few hours.

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(SAN DIEGO) - In a July 27, 2012 Science program copyrighted in 2011 titled, “What is the Universe Made from”, Dr. Christopher Riley, U. of Lincoln, said:

Dr. Christopher Riley

We don’t really know. All the matter we can see amounts to only about 5 % of all the universe’s mass and a whopping 97 % of this is made up of only 2 elements, hydrogen and helium. So all the heavier stuff that makes up everything we see here on Earth like carbon, oxygen, water, baboons, jet planes and clowns is very rare indeed and as for the remaining 95% that is visible and unsurprisingly that is rather a mystery. Scientists think that a quarter of all of this missing stuff is composed of dark matter and dark energy which effectively means we don’t actually know what it is."

Rom Whyntie, Imperial College, London, said:

“It’s one of those things in physics where basically we don’t understand something so we kind of give it a cool name, an interesting name and hope people will be so impressed by that they will kind of ignore the actual technical details.

This comment provides an excellent insight into the minds of the cosmology theorists who resort to extraordinarily complex mathematics and tricks to fool the public into not realizing that the scientists do not really understand very much about the universe. The launch of every satellite and every government grant is touted as a quest to provide an insight into the mysteries of the universe. Then, the data and photos gathered by the space probes are ignored because it does not conform to their beliefs.

Max Tegmark, MIT

In a July 29, 2012 KPBS program titled “Fabric of the Cosmos, Quantum Leap”, another clueless attempt was made to explain quantum mechanics and the universe. Max Tegmark, MIT, said:

“Quantum mechanics is the most successful theory that we physics have ever discovered and yet we’re still arguing about what it means; what it tells us about the nature of reality.”

Brian Greene, Columbia U. said:

“In spite of all of its triumphs, quantum mechanics remains deeply mysterious. It makes all the stuff run but we still haven’t answered basic questions raised by Einstein all the way back to the 1920,s and 1930’s.; questions involving probability and measurement and the fact of observation. Einstein was convinced that something was missing from quantum theory, something that would describe all the detailed features of particles even when you were not looking at them. Quantum mechanics was not incorrect but that it was incomplete.

Greene continued, saying that in 1935 he thought Einstein finally found the Achilles heel of quantum mechanics. He called it ‘entanglement’.

"He thought it held the key to proving quantum mechanics was incomplete. Two particles can become entangled if they are close together and their properties become linked. Remarkably quantum mechanics says that even if you separated those particles, sending them in opposite directions, they retain entangled inexorably connected. To understand how profoundably weird this is, consider the property of electrons called spin. Unlike a spinning top, electrons spin as with other quantum qualities, it’s generally completely fuzzy and uncertain until the moment you measure it and when you do you will find that it is spinning either clockwise or counterclockwise."

Brian Greene, Columbia U.

Then Brian Greene demonstrated this with 2 roulette wheels and said it is kind of like when 1 wheel stops on blue, the other wheel is guaranteed to always stop on red and vice versa, even with no wires connecting them. For Einstein, it seemed so ludicrous he called it spooky.”

The attraction is the natural attraction of magnetic fields of opposite polarity, not “entanglement”. Every particle has either a positive or a negative electromagnetic charge.

A positive magnetic energy flow will always create a clockwise spin and a negative magnetic field current flow will always create a counterclockwise spin when viewed with the direction of flow of the primary current flow. This is always absolutely the direction of spin without exception. There isn’t anything ludicrous or spooky about this fact. It has been proven in a demonstration in a laboratory.

So if the scientists think “the discovery of quantum mechanics has revealed a reality, our reality, that’s most shocking and thrilling brings us that much closer to fully understanding the fabric of the cosmos”, then the application of the known and proven characteristics of magnetic field current will complete the detailed explanation of the universe.

The scientists seem to be so paranoid to the use of the term magnetic field that they have spent several decades trying to concoct scenarios where gravity can be repulsive instead of recognizing the natural repelling characteristic of magnetic field currents of like polarity that has been known and laboratory proven for almost 100 years. Once they recognize this selective attracting and repelling characteristic, most of the universe can be explained in just a few hours.

For instance, the resistance of one magnetic field current to the encroachment of another magnetic field of like polarity into its area of influence can create a higher temperature than any other method. Tidal flexing and the internal thermonuclear furnace become irrelevant and eliminate the complex problems trying to explain them.


Edsel Chromie is a Detroit Michigan native who moved to San Diego in 1965. Edsel is a World War Two Navy veteran who served as a motor machinists mate on diesel electric systems where he learned about the magnetic field current swirling around the primary current flow through a wire as a part of Navy training to trace the direction of flow of the electricity in case of torpedo damage.

This led to Edsel's unique explanations of many phenomena of the universe. He also has four approved patents on solar energy and Sun tracking systems. Today Edsel writes about this unique set of life experiences for, conveying information that seems especially relevant as nuclear disaster, potential changes in the earth's atmosphere, and what many view as an increasing level of natural disasters continue to dominate headlines. Perhaps many of the answers are on hand, yet unaccepted by the scientific community. You can write to Ed Chromie at this address:




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