I knew that I had to come up with some type of universe structure in which the speed of light and gravity was a constant.

I kept that on the back burner for years until I saw that there was only one possible answer.

I saw that surroundings of the SAME FREQUENCY were vitally important.

Each spin orbit system had to be generating its own space-time quantum movie frames just like a movie camera or projector.

Each system had to be separated from all the others - frequency wise - so that no close harmonics from the other systems destroyed any other neighbor system.

Each system had to be linked by a distant harmonic to each system below and above it by a harmonic close enough to link it but not NORMALLY destroy it.

God does throw dice and sometimes things do get destroyed but what Einstein failed to realize was that in enough dice throws, the universe or gambling house, is certain of the final total outcome.

A system, such as this, would let the camera frames of one spin/orbit system look at their frequency realm well but it would be harder and harder to see the other spin/orbit system frames further from the main frame frequency.

I wondered why Milo Wolf called it space instead of space-time.

Then I realized that there IS only ONE space time realm when dealing with one single spin entity and in that particular case, you could very well consider it only space. Not only that but the math will guide you in the correct direction - as it guided Milo Wolff - which most definitely is NOT the case when you attempt to see into different space-time realms and insist on ONLY looking for relationships in so called gauge rules that you see in your one, single, subset space-time realm.

Quantum mechanics is missing the big picture by denying these are entirely different space-time realms that all produce space-time at their respective frequencies.

ALL attractive forces come, not from bozons but between items where space-time is being produced LOWER THAN AVERAGE - or even (as Milo Wolff noted) not at all - in that particular space-time realm.

This is the message general relativity is sending to you too, isn't it?

 

Fitz