Shedding a bit of light on

Accretion Disks

& The role they play in "Phase Symmetry"

 

"Phase Symmetry" not only gives us what Einstein's general relativity gives us but it shows us things that even Einstein didn't see. And it shows us these things in a far simpler way than general relativity does.

The first step in "Phase Symmetry" is telling you to look at the closest sides of all these spinning entities in both the microcosm and in the macrocosm: If their closest sides are in phase then there is always a definite attraction there in both the macrocosm (where binary stars are ALL spin up - spin down) and spin up - spin down electron to electron bonding in the microcosm:

The Pauli Exclusion Principle gives us a pair of spin up - spin down electrons bound together spinning on the same orbital. We know about spin up - spin down Cooper pairs of electrons that are bound together with their closest sides in phase as well. And chemists are now learning that the sigma chemical bond is caused via a spin up - spin down electron pair also bound together with their closest sides in phase.

Where there is bonding and binding energy transfer between these closest sides in phase in the microcosm, there is both bonding and mass transfer between these similar closest sides in phase in the macrocosm with spin up - spin down binary stars and accretion disks:

If you miss this then you miss the future big science picture entirely.

Two binary stars can be thought of as having their spins in the same spin plane where one is spin up and the other spin down much like two electrons in a sigma chemical bond:

In both of these cases you can "see these" as two opposite spinning gears with their gear teeth (closest sides) engaging in phase.

Those who fail to see that will also fail to even make a beginning at unifying the forces that exist in both micro and macro worlds.

 

Daniel P. Fitzpatrick Jr.

 

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Another older website carrying Fitzpatrick's works FREE is: http://www.rbduncan.com

 

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http://www.amperefitz.com/phase.symmetry.htm

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http://www.amperefitz.com/phase.symmetry.pdf (This is the book in Adobe pdf)

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Thursday - November, 19, 2015. This can be copied and distributed by anyone as long as it is copied and distributed in its entirety.

Daniel P.Fitzpatrick Jr.