Chapter 5 - THE UNIFIED FIELD THEORY |

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As stated before, velocity is actually in units of m^{3}/s and acceleration is in units of m^{3}/s^{2}. **By defining Mass as m ^{3}/s^{3}, the definition for momentum becomes Density (1/s^{3}) x Velocity (m^{3}/s) = (m^{3}/s^{4}) and Force becomes Density (1/s^{3}) x Acceleration m^{3}/s^{2} = (m^{3}/s^{5})** - the volume of mass is in the displacement “quantities”.

Momentum and Force defines the motion of **Space-Time** and not just the volume of *Space* requiring the *Field* - conveyed as *density*. As stated earlier, the relationships derived from mass, must use density when the volumed terms of motion are included. **For instance, weight "W" = mg becomes: W = da _{g}**, where d is density (1/s

Temperature, Charge, and Pressure, are also applicable to the field concept. By using the molecular theory of gases and the fact that temperature is also "Work" or "Energy", which is a Force applied through a "volume" displacement (m^{3}) **the units of: m ^{6}/s^{5} are derived for temperature, charge, and pressure** (1/2 mv

A special note must be made about pressure, which is currently assumed to be a Force per unit area or Force/Area. Perhaps the connotations of pressure and force led to a physical confusion. **When an object is "pressed", it is not "pressure" being applied but "force" per unit area**.

Pressure is hypothesized to be a force applied per unit volume as "Atmospheric" pressure or the "walls closing in". To justify a force as pressure, the force must be applied in all directions inward and thus acts on a volume, not just area.

However, dividing the force by the volume defines a “distribution” of force, not accurately depicting pressure. The force is multiplied by the volume to show that the force is actually being applied everywhere simultaneously. This is assumed to be the case because in this UFT's basic physical relationships, Volume or Space terms always appear in the numerator.

Pressure is considered to be a Force applied over the entire Volume instead of pinpointed to a spot or area. However, in all the field quantities, volume is assumed to be the "Space" quantity so it is implied that force is an “area” derivation of pressure.

Also, **Pressure = da _{g}h or density x acceleration due to gravity x displacement, which becomes: (1/s^{3}) x (m^{3}/s^{2}) x (m^{3}) or m^{6}/s^{5}**. The "force" due to gravity is merely a directional derivation of the "pressure" due to gravity. Atmospheric Pressure differs directly with Gravity (Gravimetric Pressure).

Now off course there is the **Power, Amps, and finally Gravity, which becomes m ^{6}/s^{6} **by merely applying the Energy over time to get Power, which is considered equivalent to amps and gravity.

The following table gives a brief summary of the *basic* quantities relevant to the Unified Field Theory. *"Basic"* includes fundamental terms such as mass, temperature, velocity, acceleration, force, momentum, etc. from traditional Newtonian physics. (*For the SI units: m = meter, s = second, N = Newtons, J = Joules, P = Pascals, kg = Kilograms, A = Amps, C = Coulombs, and V = Volts*).

Title |
Dimensions |
Classical SI Units |
UFT |

Mass |
m = mass |
kg |
m |

Wavelength |
Length |
m = meters |
m |

Angle (arclength) |
Radians |
Radians |
seconds |

Area |
Length |
m |
m |

Volume (Displacement) |
Length |
m |
m |

Time (Period) |
Time |
s |
s |

Frequency (harmonics) |
1/Time |
1/s = Hertz |
m/s |

Angular Freq |
1/Time |
1/s = Hertz |
1/s |

Velocity |
Length/Time |
m/s |
m |

Angular Vel |
Radian/Time |
1/s = Hertz |
m/s (m in radius) |

Acceleration |
Length/Time |
m/s |
m |

Angular Accel |
Radian/s |
1/s |
m/s (m in radius) |

Density |
Mass/Volume |
kg/m |
1/s |

Moment* |
Mass x Length |
kg x m |
m |

Momentum |
Mass x Velocity |
kg x m/s |
m |

Impulse (Change in Momentum) |
Mass x Velocity |
kg x m/s |
m |

Force |
Mass x Accel |
kg x m/s |
m |

Work/Energy/Torque |
Force * Distance |
kg x m |
m |

Heat |
Force x Distance |
kg x m |
m |

Temperature |
Temperature |
K = Kelvin Degrees |
m |

Charge |
Electricity x time |
A x s |
m |

Flux* |
Energy/Area = Mass/Time |
varies (Magnetic, Electric) |
m |

Intensity* |
Power/Area = Mass/Time |
kg/s |
m |

Power(Work/Time) |
Force/Vel |
kg x m |
m |

Current |
Electricity |
A = Amps |
m |

Pressure |
Force/Area |
kg / m x s |
m |

Gravity |
Pressure/Time |
g = gravity |
m |

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No theory is the end and is only the beginning to be built upon. However, it is clear that all terms can be defined using the Space and Time Only from this theory - which should revolutionize physics, by presenting an equation greater and simpler than E=mc^{2}.

** * Note the units for Moment, Flux** and Intensity. The Moment (m

The flux (the amount that flows through a unit area per unit time) has units of (m^{6}/s^{3}) assuming that an “extra” volume (m^{3}) exists within the mass (m^{3}/s^{3}) forming a motionless energy density or a *distributed* energy. Considering flux as being a *volumed* distributed energy density – the distribution being the extra *volume* showing field expansion accurately depicts nature and common physical thought.

The intensity (a measure of the time-averaged energy flux) has units of (m^{6}/s^{4}) naturally depicting the motion of the motionless flux.

**These concepts are used to formulate the “action at a distance” concept in the advanced field mechanics postulating The Harmonics of Density via frequency**.

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