Also, Field Theories in Word:http://rbduncan.com/fieldtheory.doc
& Field Theories in Adobe pdf:http://rbduncan.com/fieldtheory.pdfFitzpatrick's 1966 book showed the relative motion laws of A. Ampère unified the forces.
This was the way the site --below-- looked many years ago. - - Dan Fitz.
What Einstein saw
What Milo Wolff sees
Einstein knew he had to get to the bedrock foundation of science. . He knew his peer group did not know the answer so they would not even know if he arrived at the correct answer. . It took Newton's science peer group over thirty years to accept his gravity laws.
Einstein understood the importance of unifying the fundamental forces.
Even Niels Bohr neglected to incorporate the significance of this into his efforts.
Even though Einstein failed at this effort, the fact that he tried showed he knew the correct direction to travel where most of the rest did not.
I've seen a lot of unified field type theories put forth in my time and the way I check them is to see if they come closer to unifying the four fundamental forces than Ampere's 1825 laws.
If a theory is put forth that can unify the four fundamental forces then it is a good theory. . You don't even have to question any experts about it.
That is the template that must be used to grade theories of how this universe functions.
There is no other grading template.
Milo Wolff sees how important the scalar wave aspect of the electron is.
We've known for almost a hundred years now that light could be seen as either a wave or a particle and now Milo Wolff has shown us that the electron ALSO must be seen this way as well.
Not only that but now with Milo's discovery, we have to ask ourselves a simple question:
How does Milo Wolff's scalar wave concept fit in with the above template?
It seems to fit right in place like a lego brick snapped correctly into position, with all the rest, making a splendid Theory of Everything.