reply to post by Come Clean
When the Sun first "ignited" it was perhaps a massive explosive force. Particles, gases and objects "pushed out" may not have "escape velocity"
for the Solar System.
The "force" bringing objects back in, is gravity. If there is a "turning" -- it might be a magnetosphere -- or perhaps particles NOT in the
"wake" of the solar system, suggesting a "galactic wind" in opposition to the "solar wind."
My own theory that is NOT conventional, would be "gravity streams" like a current in an ocean. But gravity tends to "avoid normal matter" so it's
really a "flow of space itself." Which has motion without adding acceleration (which should be measurable). This is the same Phenomena of gravity
which I think explains how Galaxies appear Heavier than their stars can account for.
>> Really, the theory of "Dark Matter" is predicated on the fact that galaxies spin faster and should be throwing out stars more than they are -- so
the "dark matter" adds gravity without interacting. My point is that gravity is stronger than theorized, but it also "pushes outward." So matter
is more influenced by gravity -- but does NOT collapse -- very much like the strong and weak nuclear forces that keep atoms from collapsing on our
planet but holding together as objects.
Just as matter tends to crystalize or "have flaws" -- space/time itself SHOULD have areas of lower energy and concentrations that optimize energy
usage (conservation of energy). So anything moving along these gravity streams will move faster, or lose speed. This could be SEEN by watching nebula
and witnessing unexplained "jets" of matter.
Black Holes exhibit this phenomena; Astronomers cannot account for some "plasma jets" that seem to defy the Speed of Light limit. Which they are
not; but space is getting compressed and allowing for matter to travel faster -- conserving Light Speed limits within the black holes as both MATTER
and the MOTION of the black hole, can push relativistic limits. The HOLE, in a black hole -- is made BECAUSE the matter is so dense, that merely
SITTING THERE, the acceleration reaches relativistic speeds and causes a particle to expand -- and it conserves energy if ONE particle pushes past
relativity than all of them -- so a stream of matter achieves "Universal Escape Velocity" -- which opens a hole in space time, forcing the matter
out of "space". Which is what we see when particles are accelerated in a particle accelerator -- they gain mass. But unlike Einstein's inflation
theory -- I think this is due to the particles being in a PAST STATE of time. Gravity is the same thing as acceleration in terms of time -- but the
latter aspect involves MOTION in space. Which, to my mind -- means that the expression of "gravity" inside the object is retarded.
So there must be a condition, where SPACE gets compressed, but no gravity and acceleration is changed -- an interstellar "conduit." And again, the
analogy of an Ocean Current comes to mind - although we don't see the "water" that carries waves with Space/Time -- we can only witness it's
effects on light because we CANNOT see or interact with gravity.
Anyway, a lot of my theory explains other parts; I think there is a limit to how much matter can be in a given area. The fast spinning of very massive
black holes is due to conservation of "relativity." I think that SPACE itself is a medium, but is in separate dimensional state.