Schriefer Unified Theory^{©} 

TOPICS CONGRUENT COASTLINES AND MOUNTAIN RANGES OCCUR THE WORLD OVER OBSERVED SOLAR PULSES CAN BE SIMPLY COMPUTED AND EXPLAINED PLANETARY MOTION IS NEITHER CIRCULAR NOR ELLIPTIC  IT IS ZIGZAG TIME IS TOO INACCURATE TO BE USED AS AN INDEPENDENT VARIABLE TEMPERATURE IS A LINEARIZED QUADRATIC RELATIONSHIP GRAVITY IS MUTUAL EMISSION NULLIFICATION RECOMMENDED READING

Basis of the Schriefer Unified Theory Around 1800 AD, Avagadro proposed that volumes of gases at the same temperature and pressure contain the same number of molecules. This is essentially equivalent to saying that molecules of gases at the same temperature and pressure have the same size. The Schriefer Unified Theory (SUT) does not recognize temperature nor time as reliable quantities for use in application of science to universal phenomenae. Temperature inconsistency and time inconsistency arise from the violation of mathematics by linearizing a quadratic relationship, and scalarizing a vector quantity, respectively. SUT does, however, hypothesize that in addition to exhibiting equal size under equal conditions, that gas molecules also respond equally to equal influence gradients in threedimensional space. SUT employs wavelength rather than temperature, and immersion depth rather than pressure, in order to eliminate all quantities except mass and threedimensional space lengths. The response of a gas molecule, or any particle in space, is described in a special SUT propagation model. The particle is assumed to be composed of mass within a nearly spherical influence volume in the absence of an exterior influence gradient. In order for the particle to move or propagate, its center of mass must translate. The translation for propagation is considered a wavelength. The discrete mass particles must be converted to a wave, transmitted from an origin to a destination one wavelength distant, and reconstituted back to mass, in order to complete one cycle of propagation, This transmission/reception process results in expansion of the particle, that is, a reduction in particle density. the final size of the particle is entirely dependent upon the former size of the particle. Expansion and contraction in SUT are not reversible; and therefore confirm hysterisis. Expansion appears to be unbounded in extent, while contraction exhibits definite mathematical limits, thereby agreeing with phase changes and impenetrability of matter. It is known, from calculus, that the change in volume of a sphere with respect to its radius is the derivative of the spherical volume as a function of the radius with respect to the radius. The derivative is equal to the surface of the sphere. Thus, the new volume of the propagated sphere upon expansion is equal to the original volume of the sphere plus the original surface of the sphere. Note that SUT uses dimensionless numbers for computations and applies a linear scale factor to the appropriate power to pure mathematical results to obtain relevant units of measure. SUT relates the Lorentz Law to particle propagation in the universe. As documented in the preceding link, "Lorentz found that a magnetic field would exert a force on an electric charge only if it was moving. He then found that the force on a moving charge is proportional to the strength of the magnetic field and the speed of the charge. The direction of the force is always perpendicular to both the magnetic field and the velocity of the charge. Thus according to Lorentz a magnetic field can only change the direction of the velocity not the magnitude. In the accompanying animation we see a special case of Lorentz's law. If a charge is moving at a constant velocity in free space and then enters a area of a magnetic field the charge will make a half circle and then leave the magnetic field going in the opposite direction that it entered. Since the force on the charge is proportional to the velocity no matter how fast the charge is traveling it will always exhibit the same behavior. However, the radius of the half circle that it traces out will change." The SUT model particle is influenced by electrical and magnetic gradients in space. According to the Lorentz Law, the vector cross product formed by the local electrical and magnetic gradients act upon the projection of particle length exposed to the magnetic field. In the case of a spherical particle, the length is the same as the particle diameter. The radius of the spherical particle can be computed from either its surface or from its volume. Since both the spherical surface and the spherical volume participate in propagation; and, since the diameter is twice the radius, the surface and volume aspects can be viewed separately as they affect the particle. When both aspects operate on the particle, propagation proceeds as translation by one wavelength simultaneously accompanied by one complete righthandscrew rotation about the axis of translation. The axis of translation is not a straight line, because the Lorentz Law dictates that the particle needs to enter and exit the magnetic field. This universal law provides insight into the apparent natural curvature of space. SUT presumes that since the two aspects act on the particle, and two simultaneous events (translation and rotation) result, that perhaps the surface aspect is associated with translation or rotation, while the volume aspect is contrastingly associated with rotation or translation. The fact that the spatial variations during propagation, and also their mutual relationships, are not linear, may mean that the surface and volume aspects are coupled during propagation. The correct answer requires further observation, research, and experimentation. The above described propagation of matter has been concerned with dual translation and rotation during transmission/reception associated with expansion. A similar, but not necessarily reversible, process is encountered during transmission/reception associated with contraction. Later discussions will address such propagation, giving meaning and insight to hysteresis and its impact on efficiency and irreversibility. Other later discussions of propagation will consider pure translation and pure rotation. An interesting outgrowth of SUT matter propagation is the computation of the observed 160 minute pulse of our sun, and the bonus of simultaneous computation of the solar cycle. SUT matter propagation computations indicate that transmission wavelength for a given propagation increases as propagation proceeds. The initial propagation cycles of matter exhibit great wavelength increases for the first few hundred cycles. After propagation has proceeded for those few hundred cycles, the lengthening per cycle becomes less and less noticeable, significant, and measurable. Much insight into Doppler theory is gained by the SUT matter propagation model. Additional insight is also thereby gained into phenomenae such as laminar, transition, and turbulent flows in compressible and non compressible fluids. Pure translation in SUT offers great insight into cell splitting, and cell growth, as well as to nuclear atomic structure and chemical valence. Pure rotation in SUT offers insight into orbital atomic structure and isotopic development of matter. This discussion merely scratches the surface of the Schriefer Unified Theory. Much is left to be said, and much computational evidence in agreement with observation of natural physical phenomenae are available through SUT, and will be added to this website as availability of days and funds occur. LOOK FOR BOOKS

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