Hall, Charles James: Hall Photon Theory
Exploring Force Fields & The Speed of Light
Below is a short excerpt from Charles James Hall's Photon Theory. The complete text of the first paper is in the Appendix of Millennial Hospitality III, The Road Home. The complete text of the later paper is in the Appendix of Millennial Hospitality IV, After Hours. The series, an autobiography of Charles James Hall's encounters with the extraterrestrials, he calls the Tall Whites, on the Indian Springs gunnery ranges in the mid 60s can be ordered directly from the publisher AuthorHouse, as well as Amazon, or through any book store in the world.
Hall Photon Theory Explores Force Field Which Enable Travel Faster Than the speed of Light
Charles James Hall
Master of arts Nuclear physics
San Diego State University
San Diego, California, 1973
Copyrighted on Sep 19, 2006
Hall Photon Theory was originally presented in a scientific paper authored and copyrighted on January 27, 1998 Copyright TXU 836-633
In the study of Physics, a physically real force field is a force field that can store and transfer energy. One physically real force, of course is the force of gravity. The force of gravity generates a physically real gravitational field. As is well known, energy is readily stored and transmitted in a gravitational field. Any two gravitational fields can interact, thereby generating forces between their two parent objects and transferring energy between them.
Two more physically real fields that readily store and transfer energy are the well known electric field and the well known magnetic field. Currently the world of physics recognizes only four interactions, or forces. These are gravitation, electromagnetism, the strong force (a short-range force that holds atomic nuclei together), and the weak force (the force responsible for slow nuclear processes, such as beta decay).
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Hall Photon Theory( HPT) hypothesizes that there exists in the world of physics more fundamental basic physically real forces than Einstein was aware of. HPT theorizes that the equations relating to Einstein's Theories of Relativity give bizarre results for velocities near the speed of light because Einstein's equations are missing the additional terms that should be present in order to adequately describe all of the physically real forces that are present in the physical environment in which the high speed flight is occurring. These additional terms describe additional physically real considerations such as the additional force fields that are present, the design coefficient of the space craft, the detailed nature of the resistance of space itself to motion, turbulence within the various force fields, etc.
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HPT hypothesizes that scientists may observe the effects of many of these additional physically real forces by carefully restudying and rethinking many of the famous scientific experiments such as the Michelson-Morley experiment.