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What if space is moving?(theory)

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posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 10:22 PM
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What if space is moving?
When someone says our solar system is travelling, where exactly is it travelling to and how is it getting there? What is its method of propulsion and how fast are we travelling in our heliosphere?
Or is the space our heliosphere is moving in moving? impart momentum to our heliosphere as it rotates around the galactic centre?
Or is it a combination of the two forces?
Or is there a galactic La Grange point our helio sphere is drawn into?
Thought experiment
Force A is pushing through the “local fluff” (a hot electric plasma of gasses in the direction of travel).
Force A also holds back the gasses from entering our protective helio sphere and parts them like the bow of a ship would water as if this plasma is acting like a liquid or super liquid.
What is this magical force A? If it is the solar system is moving?
If the heliosphere gets it velocity because the space it is in is moving then how much energy from rotational energy is imparted? this creates a “roll” in our movement giving kenetic energy in a rotational sence to the heliosphere
So what is the density force of moving space ?
Force B is acting on the diameter of the flat plane that is created by centrifugal force at the point of rotational interaction with the moving space.
Example a mass spin on a sphere in a relevant axis will produce a disc of material from its center to the outer diameter
Suspend jelly at the center of a ball and roll across a surface
Force B also imparts rotation into the mass inside the heliosphere
If you came to the conclusion it must be a combination of the two forces then how much force A and how much force B ?
Or is there another way to explain our solar systems movement?

XPLodER




posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 10:36 PM
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All movement is relative, there is no absolute. You move in relation to the rest of the cosmos, the earth, a city, your front door, etc... Space could move, if it had something beyond it to move in relation against, though the terminology would get tricky considering you'd be using space itself as a reference point.

Space can expand or contract, relative to itself.

A galaxy can move in relation to other galaxies or dust clouds or our planet.

When you move, it might just be that you remain still and the rest of the cosmos moves. This is the power we have! Ha!



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 10:42 PM
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Originally posted by XPLodER
What if space is moving?
When someone says our solar system is travelling, where exactly is it travelling to and how is it getting there? What is its method of propulsion and how fast are we travelling in our heliosphere?
Or is the space our heliosphere is moving in moving? impart momentum to our heliosphere as it rotates around the galactic centre?
Or is it a combination of the two forces?
Or is there a galactic La Grange point our helio sphere is drawn into?
Thought experiment
Force A is pushing through the “local fluff” (a hot electric plasma of gasses in the direction of travel).
Force A also holds back the gasses from entering our protective helio sphere and parts them like the bow of a ship would water as if this plasma is acting like a liquid or super liquid.
What is this magical force A? If it is the solar system is moving?
If the heliosphere gets it velocity because the space it is in is moving then how much energy from rotational energy is imparted? this creates a “roll” in our movement giving kenetic energy in a rotational sence to the heliosphere
So what is the density force of moving space ?
Force B is acting on the diameter of the flat plane that is created by centrifugal force at the point of rotational interaction with the moving space.
Example a mass spin on a sphere in a relevant axis will produce a disc of material from its center to the outer diameter
Suspend jelly at the center of a ball and roll across a surface
Force B also imparts rotation into the mass inside the heliosphere
If you came to the conclusion it must be a combination of the two forces then how much force A and how much force B ?
Or is there another way to explain our solar systems movement?

XPLodER


1. Force A isn't a force, it's relativity.
2. The density force of moving space is called gravity.
3. Force B is actually gravity acting as an inward seeking force as the two relative "bodies" move in relativity to one another.



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 10:43 PM
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I would say that we are still in motion from the blast of the big bang. But I think that is not quite what you are looking for. Sorry I got nothing.



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 10:54 PM
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ive heard this on star trek.



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 03:49 PM
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Originally posted by RelentlessLurker
ive heard this on star trek.


well star trek is one thing but explaining the movement of a heliospherical solar systems movements are
another story
this is a thought experiment to try to understand the propusive force moveing our solar system

xploder



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 04:01 PM
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Originally posted by XPLodER
What if space is moving?
When someone says our solar system is travelling, where exactly is it travelling to and how is it getting there?


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The Earth spins around its axis as it orbits the Sun. Our entire Solar System slowly orbits around the Milky Way Galaxy. The Milky Way Galaxy belongs to the Local Group of galaxies, where it is also moving.

•How fast is the Earth spinning? 0.5 km/sec
•How fast is the Earth revolving around the Sun? 30 km/sec
•How fast is the Solar System moving around the Milky Way Galaxy? 250 km/sec
•How fast is our Milky Way Galaxy moving in the Local Group of galaxies? 300 km/sec


That explains the motions. How is it getting there? An object in motion tends to remain in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. So we are in motion and with no force to slow us down, we just keep going.

Regarding the rest of your post, it reminds me of efforts to find the "Ether", which most scientists have given up on, though we now call it "space-time fabric" instead.
edit on 16-11-2010 by Arbitrageur because: (no reason given)



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