“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”.
Albert Einstein

We apply the same fundamental principle (g=cd ) over and over again and we newer expect results different to those observed.

Due to the fractal symmetry of nature, this unique scalar law is universally valid for infinite spectrum of its space-time dimensions. In all of space-time positions of the Universe apply the same laws of physics.

In contradictory systems, repeated unexpected results are read as an anomaly. Although such anomalies draw again and again repeated curves of the same functions, rather than the idea that their solution opens the way for new knowledge, such inertial system, in general ignores these anomalies, declares an error in the measurement, introduces new constants or invents some exotic counterintuitive explanations.

Anomalies of fixed contradictory systems are the implications of scalar tautology. Scalar universe can never be explained by a single non-scalar law.

In this section, we will cover some famous controversial experiments whose nature was misunderstood, never fully understood or whose results are due to the potential impact on the existing paradigm, denied.


Three crucial experiments


Euclid’s first axiom says that through any two points in space we can draw a straight line.
Although the line consists of an infinite number of points, the probability that a third arbitrary point lies in the same direction is 1 / ∞.
We chose three seemingly unrelated experiments and show that the nature of their solutions is on the same line. We show that the implementation of unique principle (g=cd) predicts their results.

1.1 Pound-Rebka experiment solution


Applying the principle of tautological relationship of gravity and the speed of light (g=cd), solved and explained, by conventional physics misinterpreted nature of Pound-Rebka experiment. Also presented is an accurate universal formula for calculating the spectral shift between the measured points of any altitude difference, equivalent to the special and general relativistic. Eventually, demonstrated is the link between gravitational, transversal and radial dilatations as a result of speed. Implicitly, presented is the evidence of the infinitely variable nature of universal scalar, the speed of light.

1.2 Pioneer anomaly solution


Application of the universal space-time principle (g=cd) explains a Pioneer’s anomaly, whose simple solution also proves the principle. Due to its rigid nature, despite the high degree of approximation of calculated values, plotted curves of annual trajectory shortage so as the accumulation of differences between predicted and registered positions of probe are equivalent to those recorded.

1.3 OPERA neutrino anomaly solution


Implementation of tautological relation of light speed and gravity (g=cd) solved and explained the anomaly observed during the OPERA experiment. The observed disagreement with the predicted time has been calculated up to the level of tolerance of +3.375 ns, which is 4.236 times less than the specified tolerance. The only used data from the experiment was the length of a specific baseline. Because of the rigidity of the principle, the degree of approximation from the use of mean values of the Earth’s radius and acceleration is irrelevant in the solution of the anomaly.