12D Gyroverse Model - does this make sense?


Two days ago the author posted his model in this group. What
follows is a sample of his main ideas taken from his site. What
do you think of it (he is able to explain the double slit experiment
which is the hardest of all - p6 "alternative
model junkie").

Donald Wortzman (Ph.D. in Mathematics) wrote:

The major tenet of this model is that all real distances within
the universe are of atomic proportions. Distances as far as
light-years away in three dimensions are reduced to atomic
distances in the full twelve-dimensional space. This is
accomplished by rolling up Euclidean space into a
twelve-dimensional manifold, each axis being rolled up in a
tightly wound helix. In this chapter, a systematic build-up to
justify this claim is presented. Several examples are given to
convince the reader that the whole un iverse can fit into a tiny
many-dimensional space, and still look as it does.

An important objective of the modeling method is to make this
twelve-dimensional manifold comprehensible. Recognizing the
symmetry of Euclidean space, a three-dimensional representation
of one axis is developed and duplicated for the other two axes. A
line wrapped on a hyper-cylinder of atomic proportions, pitched
forward forming a tightly wound helix, represents each direction
in Euclidean space. Added to this is a hidden fourth direction,
represented by a helix wound identically to the other three that
in special relativity is taken to be the time dimension. All
matter is circulating the helix in the fourth direction at the
speed of light. Thus, the entire twelve-dimensional space model
consists of four identical copies of a three-dimensional
cylindrical helix that represents each direction in Euclidean

Each axis, x, y, and z, is wound within its own separate
three-dimensional space. From the x, y, and z perspective, the
absence of bending between these separate three-dimensional space
boundaries, makes the space appear Euclidean. All bending is done
into space dimensions that are not perceptible to us. Because
matter has zero thickness in these dimensions, the rolled-up
objects are not stressed and can be bent this way. Though each
axis is wound tightly in its own subset, the universe still
appears Euclid ean.

Circulating matter in the fourth direction creates a powerful
multidimensional gyroscopic-like mechanism, called the gyrohelix,
which keeps the universe stabilized. The gyrohelix is held
together with small particles called gravitons, which permeate
space. Matter has little, if any, intrinsic mass-like quality;
the mass is generated by the gyrohelix mechanism. This gyroscopic
action creates and amplifies inertia by 29 orders of magnitude,
starting from almost nothing.

Gravity is not pulling on matter, but gravitons are pushing
matter together causing gravitational attraction. This pushing
action impedes matter from accelerating, but allows it to move
freely at a constant velocity, giving it its inertial quality.
While the mass of gravity and inertia are the same for matter, a
photon's transverse inertial mass is half as much as its
gravitational mass. This is the reason that starlight grazing the
sun's surface bends twice as much as Newtonian physics would
indicate. The rest energy of matter is attributed to the kinetic
energy of matter traveling at lightspeed in the fourth direction,
and not due to matter being intrinsically equivalent to energy.

Clock time changes because of the inertial mass change, but real
time does not. Special relativity, by means of the Lorentz
transformation gives the formulae, but not the mechanism, for
distance contraction, time dilation, and mass increasing when
traveling at high speed. The Lorentz transformation's gamma
factor, the crux of the transformation, will be derived from
gyroverse basics. However, its interpretation has crucial
differences from special relativity


CHAPTER 5 - RELATIVITY IMPLICATIONS This chapter is concerned
with those aspects of the gyroverse that deal with the physics
addressed by special and general relativity. It begins with a
discussion of non-simultaneity. Non-simultaneity is one of the
strangest aspects of special relativity finessed by the gyroverse
model. Non-simultaneity occurs when one observer recognizes two
events in another inertial frame as happening at once, while
another observer, distant from the first, will record completely
differ ent times for the event pair, possib ly years apart. In
this theory, all observers will agree on the timing of all
events, after correcting for their different clock rates. The
reason lightspeed is the same in different inertial frames is
explained. Three important gyroverse terms, yaw, pitch, and roll
are discussed. Yaw is the direction the gyrohelix faces; pitch is
the advance for each revolution of the gyrohelix; and roll is the
angular velocity of the gyrohelix. These are the parameters that
spec ial relativity, unbeknown to it, assumes cha nge in concert.
When they do, the Lorentz transformation is a good approximation
of the physics. When they do not as in orbital planetary motion,
or the universe's accelerated expansion, the Lorentz
transformation is not a good approximation of the physics. Other
equation differences are discussed that significantly influence
the physics. Also concerning the Lorentz transformation is that
in this theory only one principal frame exist; the other frame
has an elevated gamma, causing distance and mass increasing, and
time dilation, only on it. This gamma change cannot be easily
detected, because the standards that they are compared against
experience the same changes. However, distance lengthening from
th is effect is especially hard to recognize, because it is no
n-varying for each viewer. Confusing matters further, another
effect where each views a shortening of lengths in the other's
inertial frame in the direction of motion is a well known
observed phenomena, which occurs for a different related reason.
In addition, the velocity transformation (velocity addition)
formula is significantly different from the special relativity
counterpart. While the special relativity formula was presumably
verified by the Fizeau experiment, that result is disputed.
CHAPTER 6 - QUANTUM IMPLICATIONS As in the previous relativity
chapter, this chapter addresses those aspects of the theory that
influence quantum physics. The differences with present-day
theory are not numerical or mathematical. However, aspects of
quantum theory that were previously unexplained can be now
understood. Gravity is a very weak, long-range force in Euclidean
space, but a very powerful short-range force in
twelve-dimensional space. The force is caused by gravitons
uniformly traversing twelve-di mensional space. This modality is
also responsible for the strong force that holds the atomic
nucleus together, and the weak force that makes neutrons from
protons and electrons. Another facet of this force is holding
entangled particles together. Entangled particles can be far
apart in Euclidean space, but remain exceedingly close in
twelve-dimensional space. They maintain an awareness of each
other even after being separated by miles. The mechanism for
providing these seemi ngly different forces with one basic force
is explained in detail . The electromagnetic force, which repels
like-charged particles and attracts unlike-charged particles, is
also explained. This dual path mechanism defies explanation in a
three-dimensional Euclidean space. The vehicle for this force is
the photon that indirectly gets its energy from gravitons
impinging on it. This dual path mechanism, when applied to a
particle is the basis for its antiparticle. When both meet, even
with little apparent relative motion, they crash at twice the
speed of light causing the anni hilation of each, and an immense
energy release. Duality, in which particles have both wavelike
and particle-like properties, is described as well. Small
particles can take shortcuts in twelve-dimensional space,
remaining small, and compact, but spread out in Euclidean space.
It will be explained, for example, how a photon or electron can
actually pass through both slits simultaneously in the classic
two-slit experiment. Fermi particles such as electrons, protons,
and neutrons have a propensity for keeping their distance from
each other. Bose particles, such as photons and gravitons, which
transmit the forces of nature, have an affinity for bundling. The
mechanism for each is explained. Atomic structure, including the
root cause of atomic particle spin, is discussed within this

(the rest you can find at the site at www.gyroverse.com, the
above are just random samplings - p6)