 # GRAVITATION AND SELF FIELD THEORY

At the Solar System level SFT sees gravitation as a dipole-dipole interaction. In essence the SFT formulation that applies to the hydrogen atom is differentiated to become a dipole-dipole interaction in comparison with the monopole-monopole interaction of the hydrogen atom.

Figure 1  Earth’s rotation is the sum of  two dielectromagnetic effects (credit: Wikimedia).

In SFT, gravitation exists on many levels or domains. These domains are the basis of a fractal description of physics ranging from the photon to the multiverse. Shown in Figure 2 below is the photon modeled with a hydrogenic substructure. In this diagram the photon is modeled as a dipolar structure; not shown in Figure 2 is another dipole that is interacting with the photon. We can view the hydrogen molecule as a form of gravitation as it too is a dipole-dipole interaction. At the solar system level each atom in a mass conglomerate goes into the sum of the dipoles in each mass involved in the gravitational interaction. Figure 2:  The photon moving along a giant cosmic circle.

In self-field theory (SFT) generally, and in GSFT in particular, the equations are transformed into linear differential equations via a coordinate transformation using the centre-of-motion fields. Hence GSFT is much more numerically tractable than GR. The non-linearity of the gravitational equations has a quadratic form since the masses effect each other.

In linear problems it is assumed for instance that one of the gravitational interactions is negligible. We may think of a golf ball on a putting green near an ocean; any golfer knows to allow for the ball's attraction towards the water. This is a 'quasi-linear' gravitional effect.

The stated effects below cause fields to flow between the 'particles' eg black hole to black hole. The various fields can transform their basic structure as the energy density varies throughout space. This effect is very like annihilation-creation theory seen within particle-physics, and it is where photonic chemistry comes in. A field 'string' between particles can thus change its basic type of photonic compound or its state as it enters deep-space. Then as the energy density rises as the field leaves deep space and approaches the particle it is flowing to, the field changes again, and reverts back from basic photons to gluons for instance.

Note that there's an oscillating sequence running through the energy or force forms of each domain starting with ATOMS that are centres are negative energy and result from monopole-monopole interactions.

There is another effect that runs through the sequence; the direction of cyclotron spin. This changes by 90 degrees through the EM effect to the solar system effect. With the atom, it is counter-clockwise and orthogonal to orbital rotation. Then at the solar system level it is in the same direction as the orbit and becomes an additional form of ortation (the advance of the perihelion of Mercury).