Author: Jason Croft
Date: 05-15-09 02:55
1, 2, 3, Infinity By Albert Einstein was a book I read long ago that I have been searching for - for about 30 years.
I recently found one of the same title -but by with a different author taking credit for it - and with much of the same information - but the internet version has pages left out.
Here is the URL of the partial book: http://books.google.com.hk/books?id=EZbcwk6SkhcC&dq=one+two+three+infinity+by+george+gamow&printsec=frontcover&source=bn&hl=en&ei=pfwMSpPUIpKNkAXsh-G4BA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4#PPA10,M1
The portion of the book by Albert E. that was related to dimensional travel is the following -excerpt from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atom#Electron_cloud
Main articles: Electron cloud and Atomic orbital
A potential well, showing the minimum energy V(x) needed to reach each position x. A particle with energy E is constrained to a range of positions between x1 and x2.The electrons in an atom are attracted to the protons in the nucleus by the electromagnetic force. This force binds the electrons inside an electrostatic potential well surrounding the smaller nucleus, which means that an external source of energy is needed in order for the electron to escape. The closer an electron is to the nucleus, the greater the attractive force. Hence electrons bound near the centre of the potential will require more energy to escape than those at greater separations"
What Albert E. expressed in his book was, in part, the mathematical relationship between atoms and solar systems which also is expressed in the last sentence of the above excerpt: "The closer an electron is to the nucleus, the greater the attractive force. Hence electrons bound near the centre of the potential will require more energy to escape than those at greater separations"
Since gravity is the mutuial attractions between masses (dependent on the amout of the mass as well as their proximity in space for the attraction) then what pertains to one would pertain to the rest.
According to Albert E, Atoms were as relative to galaxies as they were, relative to size, the same distance apart and followed largely the same natural laws. Their speed of movement was different - which is where he linked a further point being - that was the reason why the speed of light could not be exceeded - It was that once the speed of light was exceeded the atomic structure of this dimension would collapse . - And another dimension would begin.