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What if matter is just a bubble of a magnetic wave?

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posted on May, 6 2015 @ 02:51 PM
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This is just me using my fantasy to explore a concept which may not be possible, but if we could develop it into a working theory (for the physics around us) it could become a sexy one.

I see the universe as a sea of magnetic potential, yes that it has a potential to hold any magnetic value and that this is a property of space itself. What I mean by that is that I believe that light or so called "electro-magnetic waves" should rather just be called magnetic waves and that every part of the universe has a magnetic property that can be either neutral, negative or positive (of different strengths). Hence a magnetic wave can travel through it since it changes those properties of space while moving through it (and would leave it back into its neutral state).

So like bubbles in water (not really), what if matter is just a bubble of a magnetic wave? Maybe in certain conditions a wave can have a perfectly round or gapless surface where the magnetic forces is holding it together not allowing it to "wave out" like it would normally do.

This bubble would then for example have an outside of + and an inside of -, basically its outside is like a magnet with only one pole then. As we know different poles attracts (+ and - would be dragged towards each other) while same poles pushes away (+ and + or - and - would push each other away).

So let's say that we have a + bubble, a bubble with an outside pole of positive and another bubble would happen to come near it. Let's say that this other bubble is a smaller - bubble and since it was attracted to it it ended up orbiting it, like the earth is orbiting the sun (which the earth is attracted to). Suddenly we have something that is similar to a hydrogen atom, but maybe it isn't, maybe an atom is an even more advanced configuration of magnetic bubbles (I'm not saying that I have all this figured out yet).

Anyway... Let's say that this bubble with a another bubble orbiting it suddenly comes in contact with a opposite bubble-configuration (yeah, bear with me). A opposite bubble-configuration would mean a - bubble with a smaller + orbiting it. What would happen? I think that the two big bubbles would have a possibility of being pulled into each other instead of maintaining a orbit around each other and that the same could happen with the two smaller bubbles. I also think that such collisions would possible burst the "bubble state" of the magnetic waves, releasing them. So basically converting matter (bubble state) to energy (magnetic waves) and sending it out in every direction.

So what do we have here? Something similar to a matter and antimatter collision?

And also if a bubble or several smashes hard into other bubbles I do believe that lots of smaller other bubbles could emerge from the mess of magnetic waves released (some collapsing into bubbles). Is this not what we see at CERN?

And how would advanced bubble configurations interact with each other? Could behavior similar to atoms actually be possible? Would we need to program a simulator to test out this theory? Do more properties need to be added for it all to work?

Why not try to figure out an alternative theory of physics? The one we have I do believe is based on a lot of misunderstandings of experiments, together with tweaking of math until it sorta works. But remember, both 6+4 and 2+8 equals 10...

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posted on May, 6 2015 @ 03:46 PM
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Continuation...

In the text below I replace the term bubble with just + and - for bubbles of those outside poles.

So how are several atoms hold together?

Let's explore one scenario, let's sat we have a + parent with - children (parent meaning bigger than the children) around it. The children of course all orbits it and will not collide with each other since they would just push the other children out of the way.

And then we have another parent, but one of - with + children orbiting it (antimatter?). This parent could have come into an orbit around the other parent since they attract, for now it stays far away enough for the children to not also be pulled towards the other parents children.

But how would not many of these just collide, how could many hold themselves near each other without colliding? I don't know, maybe that would not be possible since the attraction would be too great and nothing is making them keep their distances from each other? Is this just a recipe for matter and antimatter collision?

Another scenario is two + parents with both - children being near each other because the parents are attracted to the children of each other? Could that cancel out their urge to push away from each other? Would that act as the kind of glue I need to hold my fantasy atoms together?

If it does, could children in some conditions jump from one parent to another acting like our understanding of electrons?

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Question:
Could one of the force be stronger than the other? Could - attract + stronger than + can push away +?
Could two + then share one orbiting -?
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posted on May, 6 2015 @ 03:55 PM
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a reply to: ParanormalGuy

There are four (potentially five) known forces. These other forces are clearly not magnetism by their actions and effects.

Trying to resolve physics back to a single force does not equate to the measured reality.

The forces binding atoms (for instance) are stronger than magnetic forces can provide.


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posted on May, 6 2015 @ 04:04 PM
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Continuation...

What about radioactive decay? Is it weird that a parent with lots of children could be a bloody mess?

So if waves in some situations can collapse into bubbles...

Does this explain the wave–particle duality of light?

Does this explain the collapse of the wave function?

Does it explain the double slit experiments?
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posted on May, 6 2015 @ 04:08 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: ParanormalGuy

There are four (potentially five) known forces. These other forces are clearly not magnetism by their actions and effects.

Trying to resolve physics back to a single force does not equate to the measured reality.

The forces binding atoms (for instance) are stronger than magnetic forces can provide.


Well, I am also developing an alternate theory showing that gravity is also just magnetic forces misunderstood. Not ready to write about that here yet, but I think it could be possible.



posted on May, 6 2015 @ 04:16 PM
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originally posted by: ParanormalGuy

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: ParanormalGuy

There are four (potentially five) known forces. These other forces are clearly not magnetism by their actions and effects.

Trying to resolve physics back to a single force does not equate to the measured reality.

The forces binding atoms (for instance) are stronger than magnetic forces can provide.


Well, I am also developing an alternate theory showing that gravity is also just magnetic forces misunderstood. Not ready to write about that here yet, but I think it could be possible.


Gravity relates to mass. It isn't polar like magnetism and it also works on matter that is non-magnetic and non-ferrous.

Gravitational force is defined as the result of the topological (3D) curvature of spacetime caused by the presence of mass.



posted on May, 6 2015 @ 04:26 PM
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originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: ParanormalGuy

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: ParanormalGuy

There are four (potentially five) known forces. These other forces are clearly not magnetism by their actions and effects.

Trying to resolve physics back to a single force does not equate to the measured reality.

The forces binding atoms (for instance) are stronger than magnetic forces can provide.


Well, I am also developing an alternate theory showing that gravity is also just magnetic forces misunderstood. Not ready to write about that here yet, but I think it could be possible.


Gravity relates to mass. It isn't polar like magnetism and it also works on matter that is non-magnetic and non-ferrous.

Gravitational force is defined as the result of the topological (3D) curvature of spacetime caused by the presence of mass.


Yeah, I know what the current theory says about it. And that's it, it is just a theory. It might be logical in your head, but logic alone does not prove it. It is also logical that 6+4 = 10, but it doesn't prove that only 6+4 can equal 10.
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posted on May, 6 2015 @ 05:16 PM
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a reply to: ParanormalGuy

The term you're looking for is hypothesis, for an unproven theory. Once something graduates to 'theory' it is considered science fact. Theory simply replaces the word 'law' of old.



posted on May, 6 2015 @ 05:46 PM
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originally posted by: ParanormalGuy
Yeah, I know what the current theory says about it. And that's it, it is just a theory. It might be logical in your head, but logic alone does not prove it. It is also logical that 6+4 = 10, but it doesn't prove that only 6+4 can equal 10.


I believe you're confusing "stoner theory" with "scientific theory".

One requires maths and congruence with known observable phenomena.

The other is conjecture at best.

eta: a good start to an actual theory of this sort is to be able to derive Maxwell's equations from it. And that's certainly not enough, because you can get them from Kaluza-Klein and it's got other issues. But it's a start.

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posted on May, 6 2015 @ 06:38 PM
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originally posted by: ParanormalGuy

originally posted by: chr0naut

originally posted by: ParanormalGuy

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: ParanormalGuy

There are four (potentially five) known forces. These other forces are clearly not magnetism by their actions and effects.

Trying to resolve physics back to a single force does not equate to the measured reality.

The forces binding atoms (for instance) are stronger than magnetic forces can provide.


Well, I am also developing an alternate theory showing that gravity is also just magnetic forces misunderstood. Not ready to write about that here yet, but I think it could be possible.


Gravity relates to mass. It isn't polar like magnetism and it also works on matter that is non-magnetic and non-ferrous.

Gravitational force is defined as the result of the topological (3D) curvature of spacetime caused by the presence of mass.


Yeah, I know what the current theory says about it. And that's it, it is just a theory. It might be logical in your head, but logic alone does not prove it. It is also logical that 6+4 = 10, but it doesn't prove that only 6+4 can equal 10.


I don't think it's "just a theory" when the escape velocity for a rocket is calculated using the gravitational constant. You know the old saying, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". I don't think it's broke - although we could use a quantum version of gravity.

Visit my recent post here: www.abovetopsecret.com...

If your alternative theory has legs, then draw a picture, model it and let's play with it. Until you put it into some scientific context, it can't be explored.



posted on May, 7 2015 @ 05:37 AM
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a reply to: ParanormalGuy

If you dwell into spirituality you will come across ideas that physical matter is a holographic projection

Tie that in with your theory and you might have something,



posted on May, 7 2015 @ 06:00 AM
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originally posted by: TorinoFer
a reply to: ParanormalGuy

If you dwell into spirituality you will come across ideas that physical matter is a holographic projection

Tie that in with your theory and you might have something,

Well I do believe that the physical reality follows rules made by us; the creators living in it. It feels like the "only reality" when it affects us the way it does when we are in these bodies but it is really just a construct. My thread about that here:
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on May, 7 2015 @ 06:30 AM
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a reply to: ParanormalGuy

i think you will come to love this guy

It takes time tho - a lot of lectures to get through. But worth every minute. No more voodoo - no more dark matter etc.

Explains a lot, with reasons why the current world of science is so screwed and full of voodoo.



posted on May, 7 2015 @ 06:49 AM
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originally posted by: hmmmbeer
a reply to: ParanormalGuy

i think you will come to love this guy

It takes time tho - a lot of lectures to get through. But worth every minute. No more voodoo - no more dark matter etc.

Explains a lot, with reasons why the current world of science is so screwed and full of voodoo.

Thank you!
I do find him interesting indeed! It's good with people who dare to question the current theories.



posted on May, 7 2015 @ 07:00 AM
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a reply to: ParanormalGuy

Good to hear! Many people turn him off after a minute or 2. He only gets better... if you watch in sequence you will end up staying up way too late watching, just like a good TV series, only this is for real - not make believe.

I had the same questions he did, with the same lame answers. I feel so much more empowered after watching these.

Cheers



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