posted on Mar, 17 2009 @ 02:22 PM
My thoughts on Gravity and the big bang
I woke up one night with this scenario in my head after a dream
that I experianced.
What if gravity is more than just a thing, actually its several
forces combined and not really gravity at all.
First, let me set up my big bang theory to explain what I came up
with that night. Suppose that dark matter is what we now call
gravity and it was the most prevalent force at a given time.
Over the ages it collected and forced all matter to condense into a
central area and began applying pressure from all sides to this mass
of matter. Finally the pressure became great enough that it cause
the matter to overcome it's resistance to the pressure and explode
out in all directions with enough force and energy to overcome the
dark matter pressure. Eventually, over many eons, the dark matter
will win out again. After which, the force of the exploding matter
loses strength and dark matter once again starts to collect it back
to a central area to start all over again.
So, my theory is that gravity is really dark matter and is a
pressure type force and not some unexplained mystery. It is
everywhere. It maintains at this time, the galaxies and all known
matter by forcing them into groups or creating new groups under this
dark pressure. This pressure from dark matter and the anti pressure
from the creation episode, keeps the galaxies together as they speed
out into the universe. This to me explains why most if not all
galaxies have black holes at their centers. it's a stabilizing force
where you have more matter than the fragmented dark matter from the
Think of the so-called gravity on other bodies. Take earth for
example. It has mass and weight. The weight(or pressure) of it's
land mass, along with the weight(or pressure) of it's water. We have
hydro pressure, Atmosphere pressure, surface pressure,even blood
pressure, etc. Is gravity pressure?
Deep in the ocean the pressure is crushing. Venus is suppose to have
crushing pressure on it's surface from the atmosphere. Is this
gravity? The moon has a low gravity. It has mass but not water like
the earth to add to it. Nasa said it rang like a bell for an hour
after we either landed or took off from there. Is the core dead and
now hollow? low pressure and low gravity.
So, in my opinion, the further away from a pressure source you are,
the less pressure (gravity) you will experience. But it's so much
more than just dark matter.
It also involves nuclear, magnetic, electrical,and anti pressure
forces to complete this dark matter theory. There is so much more I
had and this is not written very well, but I felt like it should be
put out there.