Who discovered the Unified Field Equation
Einstein said, in response to the skepticism of his fellow scientists, “God does not play dice with men!” While Einstein’s life was in fact a search for the wisdom of God, his theories were limited to the perception of man. This was the source of his greatest frustration, and he believed that there must be a simple, algebraic theory for the description of reality, which could unify electromagnetism and gravity (the two realities known to man), or as they might also be called, matter and space. He believed in the order and harmony of the universe, as did Einstein’s mentor, Spinoza- who also believed that God is everything-called Pantheism.
But, Einstein spent the last quarter century of his life looking outside of himself, not realizing that his equation, E=mc2 was in fact an integral part of the answer. Mc2 is the rest energy, or intrinsic energy contained in any mass- by definition an aggregate of electromagnetic field. And, he did not have a physical model to work with, always looking at the stars as ultimate objects. Mc2=BvLq was discovered on the basis of a human model, with wonder about how to connect a component (microscopic part) of the body with space through exposure to an electromagnetic field. Faraday said that V=BvL, that is, an induced electromotive force (Vi) measured in volts (defined as energy per unit electrical charge) is equal to a magnetic field times the length of a conductor (the height if a human body), times the velocity that the body was traveling with, through a magnetic field.
Since we are all traveling with our Earth spaceship at about 18.5 miles per second around the sun, and a magnetic field travels at the speed of light, BvLq is an expression of pure energy that is transmitted instantly to space as a gravity wave. The energy of the electromagnetic interaction, transmitted to space as a gravity wave, when equal to the energy of a mass, mc2, produces a vibration of the component, microscopic mass. Scientific studies have shown that very weak magnetic fields, calculated with mc2=BvLq, act as a quantum gravity; showing that matter and space communicate through a new form of magnetic resonance called Jacobson Resonance. Thus, mc2=BvLq unifies matter and space, electromagnetism and gravity and yields the simple solution to Einstein’s dilemma. As well, it shows the ultimate order and design of the universe, necessarily created by a higher consciousness, God.