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# How malleable is space-time? It bends. But can we stretch it?

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posted on Jun, 28 2015 @ 08:03 AM
First , when people speak of the space/time fabric it is a 2d representation of 3d space that enables a visualization of the effect of one object's mass on another (gravity) .It can be "stretched or collapsed" due to this one force.Space is rather malleable as it is infinite.Can you cause a "hole" in a wall by stretching space/time ? No. The wall is solid matter.Of course, theoretically speaking , the god particle is what gives that object it's "solid" state. Has nothing to do with stretching the space between the atomic particles.It would still be a solid wall.Just stretched.

posted on Jun, 28 2015 @ 08:08 AM

originally posted by: Gothmog
First , when people speak of the space/time fabric it is a 2d representation of 3d space that enables a visualization of the effect of one object's mass on another (gravity) .It can be "stretched or collapsed" due to this one force.Space is rather malleable as it is infinite.Can you cause a "hole" in a wall by stretching space/time ? No. The wall is solid matter.Of course, theoretically speaking , the god particle is what gives that object it's "solid" state. Has nothing to do with stretching the space between the atomic particles.It would still be a solid wall.Just stretched.

Well you could streach out an atom and access the wormhole from the micro black hole within it and go anywhere in spacetime as well as any time in space time. I think we need to stop seeing space time as a material thing and start viewing it as counsiousness.

posted on Jun, 28 2015 @ 08:25 AM

originally posted by: FormOfTheLord

originally posted by: Gothmog
First , when people speak of the space/time fabric it is a 2d representation of 3d space that enables a visualization of the effect of one object's mass on another (gravity) .It can be "stretched or collapsed" due to this one force.Space is rather malleable as it is infinite.Can you cause a "hole" in a wall by stretching space/time ? No. The wall is solid matter.Of course, theoretically speaking , the god particle is what gives that object it's "solid" state. Has nothing to do with stretching the space between the atomic particles.It would still be a solid wall.Just stretched.

Well you could streach out an atom and access the wormhole from the micro black hole within it and go anywhere in spacetime as well as any time in space time. I think we need to stop seeing space time as a material thing and start viewing it as counsiousness.

To put a hole in a wall (of course this conversation is highly specualtive)
1) enough energy to produce a supermassive black hole , sustain it , and contain it.(virtually destroy the matter and the information for that matter.
2) enough energy to spin this localized supermassive black hole at near light speed.Hopefully creating a wormhole in the fabric of space/time . This entitles breaking through the 11 dimensions .
3) some kind of containment field (possible a ginormous electromagnetic field) to hold your atomic particles together and preserve the information for those particles that make you , you.
4) once inside , you would have had to have the exact same setup on the inside to be able to get back out.

Simple , right ?
3)

posted on Jun, 28 2015 @ 05:04 PM
Well it seems that this "theory", of a "stretchy" Cosmos may be correct Oscillating Universe .

Could it be there is no "dark matter" as such we are just on the high point of "wave" in the ringing universe??

Can you image what THAT would sound like??

wave theory would take on a whole new meaning!

posted on Jun, 28 2015 @ 08:02 PM
I've often wondered if matter itself is just folded spacetime. If it is, then the energy required to fold/unfold spacetime is significant from what we know of splitting atoms etc. So stretching spacetime might not prove to be the best method as far as energy is concerned to travel interstellar distances. Instead of concentrating on distance and speed perhaps we should instead try to work out why time itself is part of spacetime. If we can artificially slow down time then it doesn't matter at what speed we travel between stars, it would seem to happen in an instant.

posted on Jun, 28 2015 @ 09:33 PM