Photon Mass and Dark Stars

Photon Mass and Dark Stars

My idea of the dark star (Note 438(1)) is based on photon mass, which I proved in 1991 from the inverse Faraday effect and the B(3) field. This became the basis of the ECE unified field theory and has apparently been nominated several times for a Nobel Prize, for what that is worth. Vigier pointed out in 1993 that the B(3) field implies photon mass. In 1783 Michell was not sure what attracted light to a mass. So if we just use common sense and dark stars, the photon mass m would be attracted to the super heavy mass M according to Newton’s universal gravitation. The m theory is general relativity, but has nothing to do with Einstein’s field equation. It gives a huge amount of new information (UFT415 ff).

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