posted on Jan, 4 2016 @ 12:50 PM
Someone once described the universe and gravity to me like something sinking in water.
Consider how when the titanic sank it pulled/tugged on the smaller life boats and things around it(not to be morbid but that was the first thing that
came to mind). This might explain the gravitational relationship between two things, if everything is creating it's own sinkhole whirlpool thing.
And of course the denser the thing, the stronger the pull.
They proposed that if this was the case... then everything is moving one way or another. Either the titanic is creating the disturbance by being
stable while the water surrounding it is constantly moving in one direction, or the titanic is perpetually moving through the stable/still/unmoving
body of water, or maybe they are each moving against one another? Whatever it is, something has got to be moving in order to create that disturbance.
The titanic represents matter and the water would represent space/time/universe stuff in-between matter? Something like that.
Not sure if this sounds stupid or if anyone else already said this, lol.
I thought it gave a good visual tho.
I'm always drawn to these topics!