Who discovered the Unified Field Equation
And God said, “Let there be Light.”
Light is electromagnetic energy. Einstein said that all discernible matter is electromagnetic energy. And, man may only discern a small part of what is real. What do we actually perceive? We see things and space in between things. Indeed, the other essential component of reality is space, and gravity represents the curvature of space-time. Whereas, gravity proceeds from masses. And, mass is condensed electromagnetic energy. Thus, the two components of reality are electromagnetic energy and gravity, or as they might otherwise be called- matter and space.
The seventeenth century French philosopher, Rene Descartes, was the first to say, “There is no such thing as empty space.” In 1919, the German mathematician Theodore Kaluza, unified gravity and electromagnetism (space and matter) by adding a fifth dimension to the equations of Einstein and the British Physicist Clerk Maxwell. Therefore, reality extended beyond the 3 dimensions of space and one of time. Kaluza took the first step into the realm of the unknown, the untouchable, the invisible.
Today, physicists project the existence of 26 dimensions, the reality of our universe extending far beyond the reach of man’s direct purview. In a very real sense, only a small part of what is real has been actualized to man.
We know that health depends upon the organization of the tiny atomic electromagnetic that comprise our bodies. We have measured the forces that occur naturally within our bodies. Renormalizing the disrupted electromagnetic forces that disease or injury produces can restore normal function or homeostasis. But, we must wonder about the gravity contained in the spaces between atoms. Do these gravitational forces play a vital role in our lives and consciousness?
Jacobson Resonance, the basis from which the Magnesphere operates, maintains an affirmative response to this critically important question about our existence.
Einstein sought a unified field theory, one that would connect gravity and electromagnetism. Based upon a plethora and diversity of studies over the past 20 years, it has appeared that Jacobson Resonance unifies the natural electromagnetic profiles of living systems with the undergirding essence of gravity and of consciousness. We have formulated a basis for connecting our electromagnetic bodies to realms beyond the existentially tangible. We may now believe that brain function and consciousness are related as a body connects to space, as electromagnetism connects to gravity, and as our lives connect perhaps to a rebirth in other dimensions of space and time. The door has been opened to a new beginning. Our lives are like stardust, having the potential for rebirth. Consciousness is like a star…it is born, lives and is reborn into God’s time and space- as Sir Isaac Newton believed.