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What does C^2 Represent in Terms of the Singularity Limit?

What does C^2 Represent in Terms of the Singularity Limit?

The Singularity limit of the Universe can be quantified as the square of the speed of photons, which is denoted as c^{2}. In cosmological and quantum equations, the constant \frac{G}{c^{2}} refers to the upper and lower limits of length density and curl that are permitted within the physical Universe.

It is important to note that the values of length density and curl always increase as matter’s length density and space’s curl get closer to the Singularity. Essentially, the physical Universe can be compared to a popped popcorn kernel, and the process of moving closer to the Singularity is like compressing it back to its original unpopped state.

Length Density Balances Space Curl

When a large object becomes denser and bends light by curving space, the surrounding space’s circular deflection angle gradually increases until it reaches 1 radian.

To better illustrate the relationship of c^{2}, consider these correlations:

G\frac{m_{a}}{\lambda_{C}}=c^{2}

curl\cdot A_{u}=c^{2}

In this equation, the variable m_{a} represents the maximum mass allowed in the Aether. \lambda_{C} refers to the quantum length, also known as the Compton wavelength, of the Aether. Meanwhile, G stands for the Newton gravitational force constant, and A_{u} is the magnetic force constant, which is called the Aether unit. However, this unit has not been accepted by mainstream physicists yet. The unit curl is part of a new system of units that is based on distributed charge, but it has not been widely accepted by mainstream physicists either. In MKS units, curl is equal to 6.333\times 10^{4}\frac{coul^{2}}{kg\cdot m}. Lastly, c represents the speed of photons.

The length density of physical matter and the curvature of space are in a state of equilibrium with each other.

Example of Balanced Length Density and Curl

Calculating the curl of space for the Sun involves taking into account its mass and radius.

G\frac{2m_{sun}}{r_{sun}}=8.493\times 10^{-6}\frac{curl}{2}A_{u}

For General Relativity physicists, this equation is likely to be familiar as it is often presented as the Schwarzschild exact solution in relation to Albert Einstein’s well-known approximation.

\frac{G}{c^{2}}\frac{4m_{sun}}{r_{sun}}=8.493\times 10^{-6}radians

For further information, please refer to the Aetherwizard blog post titled “The Matter-Aether Tensor.”

The Aether is Present, but Hidden, in Mainstream Physics

Within the equation known as the Schwarzschild exact solution, the Aether remains concealed yet present, represented by the value of c^{2}. While mainstream physicists tend to explain straightforward concepts through the most complex calculus, their mathematical skills are undoubtedly impressive. Nonetheless, ordinary people can obtain the same solution without the need for complex math, as explained in these pages.

The concept of Singularity, as explained here, is not included in the Standard Model of physics due to the exclusion of Aether’s structural physics. However, it is explained in simple terms that can be understood by anyone with basic knowledge of algebra. This also reveals that Albert Einstein’s General Relativity theory is an Aether theory, which has been hidden by mainstream physicists for over a century.

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