Questions from interested visitors, answered by Dr. V.The following series of questions are from a person who has a basic interest in science and is trying to relate my theory with certain aspects of Einstein's theory:

Q5:When the Atom is in a stable state, the electron,

you say, is moving at the speed of light.

But according to the relativistic mass equation,

this would mean it's mass would become infinite.

m=m{o}/ [1-v[2]/c[2]to-1/2

m goes to infinity as v goes to c.

Since this doesn't happen, what's going on?

A5:This is something that most everyone has overlooked. The transverse mass goes to zero when the electron travels at the speed of light. Note that the direction of the velocity of the electron is always transverse to the radial direction toward the proton.

Q6:Well, I have been reading your book; "The Secret of Gravity". I read through most of it once, then I am going back through it again. I guess at this point I would begin to think, OK, then what is Electricity? If everything in this Universe is electrical, then what is the Electric field and electricity?

A6:Very good question. Electromagnetic fields are generated by electric charges, static and dynamic. There are only two significant electric charges: the electron and the proton. These charges are defined by the static fields that surround them and the forces of attraction between them. Therefore, it is the electromagnetic field of charges that define the things of greatest significance in the universe. These electromagnetic force fields have been well-mapped, and I have tried to supply this explicit information in my books (the dipolar field and the rotating dipolar field). Similarly, the forces fields between charges have been well-mapped (the Coulomb force). In fact, this is exactly what my books are all about.

Then what is an electron and what is a proton? Nuclear physicists spend most of their time fiddling with the observations of what happens when they are blasted apart, and they have catalogued hundreds of "sub-particles". However, the results have not led to much more than additional questions. In "Secrets of the Atom", I showed that the electron charge is equal to the inverse of the radian frequency of the electron. Beta rays have this frequency, which is measurable when electrons are blasted apart. This suggests that the electron may, itself, be a tiny rotating field of very high frequency. Using a similar analogy, the proton must then also be a rotating field of even higher frequency [which it is].

Now we have already gone beyond what is known and believed. The rest is up to you. Take it from here.

Q7:There is one other thing I wanted to share and ask:I sometimes hold an object, maybe, a rock. Might weigh, 2 lbs. As I hold it, I can feel it's weight, or the pull of it towards the earth. Yet, I still cannot understand what this pull is, and what is causing it! I often think about this, just holding the object and thinking, why does it do this, what is causing this? If Gravity is Not electrical, what is pulling this

object towards the earth? I already know what Einstein believed about this,

that the curvature of spacetime around the earth causes this geodesic path. But as you say, this has been formulated by his idea's of analyzing inertia mass and acceleration. I haven't yet even been able to visualize his reasoning for why such a spacetime curvature would cause this rock I am holding to be pulled toward the earth! So, What is causing the Pull towards the earth on the rock I am holding?

A7:The acceleration of an elevator in space is considered to be an "inertial force" (F = ma). The gravitational force that is exerted on us at the surface of the earth is thought to be a static force. Since we are revolving around the center of the earth once each day, there is an outward inertial force, and we should be flying out into space. However, the force of gravity holds to the center of the earth. If we dig a hole and drop into it, we are being acted on by the gravitational force at 32 ft/sec/sec. Matter and acceleration do have something in common, by virtue of the equation F = ma. As you can see by this equation, m = F/a, so the acceleration is inversely proportional to mass. Dr. Einstein and I part company in regard to his statement that inertial mass and gravitational mass are equivalent. Nevertheless, they are related. The curvature of space/time is a theory based on the Lorentz equations. My interpretation of these equations is somewhat different from that of Lorentz and Einstein. My theory is based on electrical forces, and the fields that they create when they move. I have shown that it is the shape of the field wave that exhibits curvature as it moves through space. The Minkowski relationship was also misinterpreted by Minkowski and Einstein. The Minkowki equation falls out of the antenna radiation wave equations, which is not simply a coincidence.