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Chapter I: The Theory of Unified Gravitation- The Unification of the Strong Interaction and the Gravitational Force
I-1 The Logic Leading to the Theory of Unified Gravitation

Chapter II: The UG Characteristics at Non-Relativistic Velocities
II-1 The UG Gravitational Zones at Non-Relativistic Velocities
II-2 Superheavy Particles Embedded in Ordinary Matter

Chapter III: The UG Equations of Astronomical Objects
III-1 The UG Morphology Model- The Non-Relativistic Approach
III-2 The UG Morphology Model- The Relativistic Approach
III-3 The Creation and Motion of SHP groups
III-4 The Issue of the Tail Wagging the Dog

Chapter IV: Applying the UG Theory to Model Galaxy Morphology
IV-1 Two Dimensional Potential Energy Mapping and Derivation of Morphology
IV-1-1 Low Velocity SHP Group Rotation
IV-1-2 Star formation via Binary SHP Groups
IV-1-3 Butterfly Formations in Planetary Nebulae
IV-1-4 Hourglass Structures
IV-1-5 Ring Morphologies in Galaxies and Nebulae
IV-2 The Influence of SHP Group Rotation on Morphology and the Creation of Spiral Galaxies
IV-2-1 The Creation of Spiral Structures via Two Non-Relativistic Rotating SHP Groups
IV-2-2 Relativistic SHP groups and the Creation of the Grand Design Spiral Morphology
IV-2-3 Flocculent Spiral Structures
IV-2-4 Lenticular Galaxies
IV-3 The Red Square and the Red Rectangle
IV-4 Companion Galaxies
IV-5 Multiple SHP Groups

Chapter V: Applying the Theory of Unified Gravitation to Saturn’s Ring System
V-1 Summary of Current Theories
V-2 The D, C, B, A, and F Rings and the Cassini Division of Saturn
V-3 The Phenomenon of Spokes
V-4 The Non-Circular Shape of the B Ring
V-5 The Dynamics of Ring Variability Over Time and Azimuth
V-6 Estimating the Overall Mass and Abundance of Superheavy Particles of Mass
V-7 Summary

Chapter VI: The Potential Energy Spiral and the Constant Velocity Curve
VI-1 The Formation of Galactic Density Waves
VI-2 The Outflow of Gas and Matter From Galaxies
VI-3 The Constant Galaxy Rotation Curve
VI-4 The Influence of SHP Group Rotation on Star Formation in Galaxies

Chapter VII: The Effect of UG Theory on Cosmology
VII-1 The General Theory of Relativity and Unified Gravitation
VII-2 Unified Gravitation and Black Holes
VII-3 The Effect of Unified Gravitation on Cosmology - The Big Bang and the Expansion of the Universe
VII-4 Galactic Lock Out
VII-5 The Construction of a Barrier, the Effect of a Barrier on the Fragmentation of a Collapsing Cloud and the Creation of a Series of Distinct Galactic Entities
VII-6 UG Repulsion and the Generation of Stellar Novae and Supernovae
VII-7 The Fragmentation of a Galactic Entity and the Creation of Galactic Substructures
VII-8 Gravitational Repulsion Between Galaxies
VII-9 The Expansion of the Universe
VII-10 Additional Comments About Unified Gravitation and the Big Bang Model
VII-11 The Galactic Halo and the Transition From a Spiral to an Elliptical Galaxy
VII-12 Elliptical Morphology and Properties of Elliptical Galaxies
VII-13 Boxiness vs. Diskiness of Elliptical Galaxies

Chapter VIII: Gravitational Ionization

Chapter IX: The General Structure and Composition of Planets and the Creation of their Magnetic Fields
IX- Planetary Ring and Satellite Systems of Terrestrial and Gas Planets
IX- Unified Gravitation and the Surface Structure of Gas and Terrestrial Planets
IX-3 The Composition of Earth’s Core
IX-4 The Creation of Planetary, Stellar and Galactic Magnetic Fields via Unified Gravitation
IX-5 The Solar Corona

Chapter X: The Question of Galactic Redshift Periodicity
X-1 Galactic Redshift Periodicity
X-2 Unified Gravitation and the Redshifts of Quasars

Chapter XI: The UG Theory and Deep Inelastic Scattering (DIS)
XI-1-1 The Effect of the Velocity of Colliding Particles on Their UG Interaction
XI-1-2 The Effect of Quantum Mechanics on DIS
XI-2-1 The Effect of Special Relativity on the Range of the UG Interaction
XI-2-2 DIS and the Relativistic Effect of the Folding and Unfolding of the Particles’ Zonal Structure
XI-3 The Weak Fall-off of the DIS Cross Section
XI-4 Unified Gravitation and the Phenomenon of Bjorken Scaling

Appendix A: The UG Scaling Theorems
A-1 The First UG Scaling Theorem
A-2 The Second UG Scaling Theorem

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