Excerpt from paper "What is Gravity? - A Modern Analysis"

Friederich Gauss in his Gauss’ Law of Gravity changed Newton’s Law of Gravitation and stated that the gravitational force of g does indeed diverge. This is what Einstein did not follow. Einstein did not follow the path of Gauss in developing his Theory of General Relativity and admit that gravity diverges, because to do so would have meant that there was no consistent general relativity between all reference frames. This is a subtle yet salient point.

What Einstein should have done in developing his Theory of General Relativity is to say that g is relative to all fields – i.e. that it is a singularity and that each frame of reference does experience gravity, but and that it does diverge.  I propose that gravity is relative to all reference frames but because inertial reference frames can experience different wavelength frequencies, the expression or physical manifestation or particle state in which g arises can diverge according to the frequency of EMR in which it finds itself.  Frequency is a phenomenon which is governed by the phenomenon of SU(2) and time, and as explained in Figure 2, time is an intrinsically symmetry breaking phenomenon.  Therefore the phenomenon of SU(2) which time represents, can cause gravity to break its symmetry and gravitational binding energy and thus cause objects to fall to the ground, as well as cause g to diverge.

To give a simple example using the phenomenon of colour. The colour blue has a frequency of 610-670THz and thus has a higher frequency than the colour red which has a frequency of 430-480THz.[i] Now gravity is constant in both colours of red and blue but the material expression of gravity (i.e. the frequency of colour or the wavelength interval) between the two colours of red and blue is different.  Therefore, using the analogy of colour which is SU(3) the same as gravity, we can say that whilst the gravitational force is constant, it is expressed in different frequencies of materiality or time, according to which inertial frame of reference it finds itself in. Thus it can be said that gravitation, whilst being constant throughout all frequencies of space & electromagnetism does become diverged through the agency of time which is translated to the phenomenon of frequency at a material level. This is why time slows down in lower frequencies of inertial reference frames.

The definition of the verb “to diverge” is: “to get further and further apart (of a path or line or course)”.[ii] This is exactly what happens to the gravitational wave, that its frequency or periodicity (which is a function of time) changes. Thus it can be said that the phenomenon of time causes gravity to diverge, just like the phenomenon of frequency of the particle state causes the waveform of light to elongate which expresses itself in the seven colours of the visible light spectrum.


[i] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colour

[ii] Fowler, F.G. & H.W., The Pocket Oxford Dictionary of Current English, Oxford University Press, London, UK, 1942