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originally posted by: Nothin
originally posted by: Gothmog
One cannot generate a gravity field strong enough to bend light in that fashion .
Think black hole , or just the sun
Impossible , isn't it ?
Perhaps is in another phenomena, causing a difference in the clarity, between the cameras and the naked eye?
Not only film-based cameras, but digital as well.
Anyone photographers here know of any such thing?
No. Gravity is not antimatter. Like normal matter, antimatter causes gravity.
I mean its hard to say anything on it when the whole collective sum of human knowledge can say for certain what exactly gravity is. May as well say its antimatter.
Antimater? Its like mater, only anti it. See its not saying much.
originally posted by: galadofwarthethird
a reply to: Phage
I did not say gravity is antimater. I said they dont know what gravity is, just like they there concept on antimatter is anything but flushed out. Antimater? Its like mater, only anti it. See its not saying much.
If you are distorting spacetime with a gravitational field, it produces a very specific kind of distortion, and a very specific kind of attraction. That’s what gravity IS – a distortion in spacetime, at least according to general relativity. And gravity attracts EVERYTHING. A gravitational field is a gravitational field…you can’t pick and choose which objects it has an effect on. So, going by what Lazar says here, I still say that if you were to generate a gravitational field intense enough to warp spacetime and “bring the destination to the source” you’ll also bring everything else in the nearby universe to the source too! If Mr. Lazar had really distorted spacetime like this back in his “Area 51” lab, every object on the face of the Earth would have rushed into New Mexico.
I can’t possibly demonstrate conclusively that Lazar’s mechanism is impossible. All that I can hope to demonstrate here is that his scenario would require a COMPLETE overhaul of our theories of gravity and particle physics in order to work. Not just some minor changes…I’m talking from the ground up. Mr. Lazar makes no mention of this fact, and he proposes no alternative theories. But, if Lazar’s scenario is true, then we will NEED some new theories, because we are wrong about a great many things. We don’t understand gravity. We don’t understand nuclear interactions. We don’t understand spacetime. We don’t understand stellar evolution. However, considering Mr. Lazar’s careless use of language, his casual redefinition of scientific terms, and the complete lack of details in his presentation, I’m willing to bet the farm that it is actually Lazar who doesn’t understand any of these things.
Mr. Lazar had really distorted spacetime like this back in his “Area 51” lab, every object on the face of the Earth would have rushed into New Mexico.
But not completely the opposite, because gravity works the same way with it. Probably.
There is some experimental evidence that antimatter works like ordinary matter as far as gravity goes.
That last part... Probably. And even in what you wrote, why bother calling just another form of matter, antimater? Seems redundant.