Quantum Admittance Formulates a New Variable for Gravitational Acceleration

In a paradigm-shifting revelation, QA introduces a groundbreaking equation redefining gravitational acceleration (Gs), challenging traditional assumptions. Gs replaces Newton’s universal constant “g”. QA’s equation links Gv to changes in “Energy-Space’s” permittivity (ε0) and permeability (μ0), accounting for variations:

Gv​= -dx/d√(ε0​μ0)

This equation reflects alterations in energy speed induced by energy concentrations, offering a nuanced understanding of gravitational dynamics. By incorporating local energy properties, QA’s equation provides a comprehensive framework for diverse gravitational contexts, promising to revolutionize our understanding of the universe’s fabric.

Mind Experiment Explores Quantum Charges in the Mirror of Time

QA Redefines Photons and Electromagnetic (EM) waves

Traditionally seen as elementary light particles, photons are now understood as charge dipoles paired with their anti-charge, existing in a borrowed state from time. These dipoles create a balanced charge without mass, with wavelengths determined by their spin rate around their barycenter.

In QA, photons contribute to EM waves akin to H2O molecules in ocean waves, forming distinct structures through their resonating frequencies. Encapsulated within an ε0​μ0 lattice resonant at the EM frequency, photons shape the wave itself. By conceptualizing photons as energy dipoles resonating with EM waves, QA offers a novel framework for understanding their behavior and interactions.

QA Discovers the Mechanism Behind Planck’s Constant

Elucidating its role as the upper-frequency limit of an EM energy wave. This limit marks the boundary where conventional phase relationships between electromagnetic charges break down, governed by the highest rotational speed of photons at the quantum level. This exciting new view answers the following question:

Beyond the Standard Model: Can a Quantum-Sized Dipole Model Reconcile Wave-Particle Duality and Energy Storage in Photons?