Any particular reason why you chose to PATENT your theory? And what do
propose to use the patent for? Are you going to sue the entire world
for patent infringement when it is approved? Has it not occurred to
you there might be around 10 billions years of prior art, or doesn't
that matter any more. Or are you doing it to show up the US patent
office like those recent Aussie wags who managed to get a US patent
for the wheel.

Cheers

On Tue, Oct 04, 2005 at 02:13:25PM -0700, John Ross wrote:
> My April 18, 2005 version of my Theory of Everything has recently been
> published as a patent application.  You can view it at the United States
> Patent Office web site by going to www.uspto.gov .  Click "search" then
> click "Published Number Search" under Published Applications.  Then type
> in my Patent Application Number: "20050182607".  I have reproduced below
> the "Summary of the Invention" section of my patent application.  This
> theory as you will see is a work in progress that I have been working on
> for 5 years and am still refining.  I also have a newer version, not yet
> published correcting some of my mistakes in the April 18, 2005 version.
> I would appreciate any comments, suggestions or corrections.   
> 
> -SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION 
> 
> Ross Model of the Universe 
> 
> [0008] I have proposed what I believe is the simplest yet model of the
> universe. I call my model the "The Ross Model of the Universe".
> Processes described and claimed herein can be used to describe and
> explain all elements of the universe including photons, electrons,
> protons, neutrons, atomic nuclei, heat, temperature, magnetism and
> gravity. A preferred embodiment of the invention is a model described
> below. 
> 
> Tronnies, Entrons and Photons 
> 
> [0009] According to this model, the entire universe and everything in
> it, from photons to electrons to protons to galaxies, is comprised of
> nothing but a single type of elementary charged point particle. I call
> these point particles "tronnies". These tronnies also carry the Coulomb
> force that is the only force in the universe. A tronnie has no mass and
> no volume but it has a charge equal to plus e or minus e. Also,
> according to this model the only forces in the universe are Coulomb
> forces produced by these tronnies. Each tronnie is repelled by the force
> fields of tronnies with like charges and attracted by the force fields
> of tronnies with opposite charges. Tronnies repel themselves so they
> never travel more slowly than the speed of light. Tronnies tend to pair
> up with a plus tronnie and a minus tronnie in relatively stable
> configurations that I call "entrons". An entron is a new addition to the
> Ross Model. It is comprised of one plus tronnie and one minus tronnie
> with each tronnie of the entron traveling in circles faster than the
> speed of light (typically .pi.c/2, in the entron's reference frame). An
> entron is the basic energy quantum in the universe. Entrons may be
> integral parts of particles such as protons, atoms, molecules and
> high-energy electrons. Entrons trapped in matter represent the matter's
> heat energy. Entrons released from matter continue to circle with the
> same frequency as when it was trapped; however it also speeds off at the
> speed of light. It cannot however travel in a straight line. To do so
> while circling at 1.57c would require it to go slower than the speed of
> light during part of each cycle. As a consequence it travels in circles
> with diameters 160 time larger than its own circle and this double
> circling configuration does travel in a straight line at the speed of
> light. It is a photon. The circling tronnies provide the energy of the
> photon, hc/.lambda., where h is Planck's constant and .lambda. is the
> photon's wavelength which is related to the entron's diameter, d', by
> .lambda.=320d'. In my preferred photon model each photon is comprised of
> one entron that orbits in a circle of diameter .lambda./2 at 1.57c in
> the photon's reference frame, with the photon (and its reference frame)
> traveling forward at a speed of c. The result is that the entron
> oscillates with a frequency of 160 times the frequency of the photon
> that the entron inhabits. 
> 
> Neutrinos and Gravity 
> 
> [0010] Neutrinos are very high-energy photons. Each neutrino comprises a
> high-energy, high frequency entron. Neutrinos, like other photons,
> travel in substantially straight lines at the speed of light with its
> entron circling within the photon in circles having a diameter of
> .lambda./2 where .lambda. is the neutrino's wavelength. Most neutrinos
> illuminating the earth pass right through it. Neutrinos can pass right
> through the nuclei of atoms and even protons. Gravity results from the
> Coulomb force fields emanating from neutrinos as the neutrinos pass at
> the speed of light through matter. These Coulomb force fields travel
> rearward and sideways along the trail of neutrinos. The sideways
> components cancel, but the rearward components add pushing the matter
> through which they are passing back toward the source of the neutrinos.
> Thus, neutrinos from the sun passing through the earth (about
> 100,000,000 per square centimeter per second) provide the "gravity"
> holding the earth in its orbit around the sun. Neutrinos from the black
> hole in the center of the Milky Way hold all the stars of the Milky Way
> (including our sun) and us in our positions in our galaxy. Neutrinos
> captured in the earth and later released provide the earth its gravity. 
> 
> Electrons 
> 
> [0011] Three entrons (together comprised of a total of three plus
> tronnies and three minus tronnies), one of the entrons being a part of a
> high-energy photon and having a diameter smaller than
> 3.2.times.10.sup.-15 m, combine in pair production to produce a pair of
> electrons (a negatron and a positron). The negatron is comprised of a
> plus tronnie orbiting in a tight circle of radius r at a speed of 1.57
> times the speed of light with two minus tronies orbiting around the
> circular path of the plus tronnie, also at radius r, one-fourth period
> behind the plus tronnie. The positron is comprised of a minus tronnie
> and two plus tronnies with their positions reversed from that of the
> negatron. Although tronnies have no mass and as such provide no
> resistance to any applied force, when a tronnie combines with two other
> tronnies to form an electron, the resulting dynamic combination does
> provide a resistance to applied forces. This is the creation of "mass"
> which is substantially stationary "energy". A plus or minus electrons
> can capture the entron portion of a photon with the entron circling
> behind the electron forming an equilateral cone. The entron propels the
> electron at speeds of about one percent of the speed of light. These
> captured entrons provide the electrons with its "voltage". Electrons
> (plus and minus) can capture the entron portions of neutrinos, greatly
> increasing the electron's mass/energy. 
> 
> Protons, Neutrons and Atoms 
> 
> [0012] Three very high-energy electrons (one negatron and two positrons,
> each having captured the entron part of a neutrino to increase their
> mass several hundred times) combine to form each proton (with mass 1800
> times the rest mass of an electron). A neutron is a proton with an extra
> negatron with a captured entron propelling it at about one percent of
> the speed of light. This entron has an energy of 0.74 mev (equivalent to
> a mass of 0.0023055.times.10.sup.-27 kg the mass difference between a
> neutron and a proton and an electron). The corresponding diameter of the
> entron is 5.25.times.10.sup.-15 m. In my preferred model of the neutron
> the two tronnies circling behind the negatron driving the negatron at
> speeds of about one percent of the speed of light, also pass through the
> center of the proton part of the neutron. Inside the nucleus of an atom,
> such the deuterium nucleus the two tronnies of the entron pass through
> both protons in the nucleus, holding them together. (The reader should
> note here, no strong force is needed, just an electron and its captured
> entron.) So the nucleus of an atom is (according to my preferred model)
> nothing more than a combination of protons and negatrons (along with a
> variety of entrons) all in dynamic equilibrium. Some specific
> configurations are proposed. There is no "strong" force holding the
> nuclei together. Coulomb forces hold them together. The Coulomb force is
> the only force in the universe. 
> 
> Heat, Temperature and Magnetism 
> 
> [0013] Heat is nothing more than entrons (circling tronnie pairs)
> trapped in matter. Temperature is a measure of that heat. When entrons
> escape matter they do so as photons. Magnetism results when plus and
> minus tronnies travel in large loops (such as through the earth to
> produce its magnetic field or out one pole and in the other pole or
> through a bar magnet or through the center of a current carrying coil of
> wire). 
> 
> Light Speed 
> 
> [0014] Photons in a light beam slow down when passing through a
> Coulombic reference frame (such as a laboratory where light speed is
> being made) moving opposite the beam. And they speed up when the
> reference frame is moving in the same direction of the beam. Based on
> this preferred model, time does not slow down when you go fast and
> things do not get shorter. Simultaneous events are simultaneous in all
> reference frames. Time is absolute. When an astronaut returns to earth
> he and his twin brother can have their next birthday party together at
> the same time. 
> 
> Ross Model Consistent with Other Experimental Results 
> 
> [0015] These are merely examples. This basic model proposed here appears
> to be consistent with all experimental results relating to particle
> physics, chemistry, optics, fusion and fission that I have considered.
> This preferred model can be used to explain radio waves, electric
> current flow, the thermoelectric effects, and the beginning and end of
> the universe. 
> 
> Evolving Model 
> 
> [0016] I admit that some of my explanations are speculative and I am
> sure that people more familiar with particular technologies than I can
> improve on my explanations. When they do I will just modify my model to
> accommodate the better explanations. As is clearly obvious from a review
> of the parent patent applications preceding this one, I have already
> modified my model numerous times since I began developing it about four
> years ago. The model has gotten simpler with each modification. The
> primary difference between the model described in this application and
> the models of the parent applications listed above is the "entron". The
> energy of the entron corresponds to the net Coulomb integrated forces
> acting between the entron's circling tronnies and this energy
> corresponds to the known photon energy hc/?. The entron also provides
> electrons with their electric energy (their voltage) which they easily
> give up as heat in a resister or as photons in a radio transmitterer. 
> 
> Einstein's Two Major Goofs 
> 
> [0017] The other important discovery disclosed in this application is
> that the vacuum speed of light is not constant, but slows down or speeds
> up, when passing through a Coulombic reference frame, by an amount equal
> to the speed of the reference frame. For example if a Coulombic
> reference frame is moving at a speed of 0.1 c in a direction opposite
> the direction of a light beam, the light beam will slow down to 0.9 c.
> If the reference frame is moving at a speed of 0.2 c in the same
> direction of a light beam passing through it, the light beam will speed
> up to a speed of 1.2 c. So that someone measuring the speed of light
> with equipment moving with the reference frame will measure the speed of
> light as the difference between the (1) the speed of the frame and (2)
> the speed of light. In both cases the measured speed of light will be
> constant at c. Einstein's first major goof was to assume that the speed
> of light was constant based on the results of the Michelson--Morley
> experiments that showed that the "measured" speed of light is always
> constant. This discovery makes some of the most complicated features of
> the Special Theory of Relativity unnecessary. Einstein's second major
> goof was not to recognize that matter-penetrating photons (neutrinos)
> are responsible for gravity. My discovery that neutrinos "carry" gravity
> makes most of the complicated features of General Relativity unnecessary
> if not wrong. Certainly, masses do not curve space. Space is merely the
> emptiness between things--you can't curve it. Space is also infinite in
> all three dimensions and there are only three dimensions: up and down,
> left and right and forward and backwards. Time is not a forth dimension
> time is a measurable period between events. Time is absolute and is not
> affected in the least bit by how fast one is moving. 

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