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A Unit-Derivation for the Vacuum Field

Jeffrey N. Cook
Year: 2012 Pages: 14
I derive a Lagrangian for all fields of force known, as well as all that could possibly be discovered in the future, and show that the sum of the fields of force in space equals the vacuum field of force and that this field can be measured in dimensions of kilograms per second. Using Gauge Theory and the Euler-Lagrange Method, I show that that which interacts in the vacuum field of force is velocity itself, that it is an interaction of motion and the foundation (or result) of all other fields of force. The consequences of this paper should allow one to better study the known fields of force, and because of the results of these mathematics, a more accurate Gauge Theory for the nature of fields of force may be understood.