i would like to propose a thought experiment
there are gravitational lenses "Einsteins" lenses caused from mass warping space time and forming a lense or area where the density and reflective
index cause light to bend around an object of great mass.
i have proposed suns have a heliospherical lense created by the layers and densities of medium between the various layers of heliosphere/helioshock
and the heliopause and the heliosheith and the medium out side the bow shock.
when veiwing a sun inside a galaxy we can use the galaxy as a magnifying glass
(macrolensing) and the lensing of the sun as a secondary magnifying glass (micro lense) and image things in the distence.
this magnifycation property has been studied with interest and shows there is lenses within lenses.
the galaxy itself creates a lense with its shape a double Convex lens.
which has the same properties as a double convex lense
depending on the angle of incedence (angle light encounters) this lens, medium density and reflective properties this galaxy can act as a magnifying
lense in an optical sence. if the combined gravity of the galaxys mass is great enough it can also act as an einsteins gravitational lense or a
combination of both.
imagine that all mass that is great enough to curve space time is producing these Bubbles of lensing area from gravity.
now imagine all the suns having heliospherical lenses from their heliospheres different layers and reflective properties and mediums.
so we have mass creating lenses we have heliospheres creating lenses and our galaxys shape creating lenses.
which creates a whole mess of distorted lenses and images
What happens when you are looking through a lense at a lense?
you have created a natural telescope that distorts distence perspective and size perspective.
but this telescope doesnt just increase the distence we can see
it distorts the location of the objects we are trying to image
if you were to look a a perfectly round spherical glass ball with a galaxy at its centre, no matter where you looked through the glass the image of
the galaxy would be displayed.
now if the galaxy in the glass sphere was off center, depending on the direction you veiwed the center, would depend on the size and scale you
witnessed the galaxy. as with different angles of incedence you have various focal points and at the correct angle the image is inbetween the angle of
incedence and the focal point.
in this direction a distortion takes place but the galaxy is visable if not fuzzy.
i wounder if all the images we seen in the universe are a true representation of the size scale of there true nature or is it that we are witnessing
the spherical representation of the image at the outter most edge of a lense?
i also wounder if the sperical nature of our heliospherical lense again offsets this distorted image ?
is the aspherical nature of of our heliosphere distorting the location of the image on the outter most edge of our helio sphere where we see the image
wrapped around a our heliosphere and distorted yet again?
imagine being inside the spherical glass bubble at its center.
imagine a second lense focusing any incoming image slightly of center to the observer.
from our position in the center the object is off center and curved around the surface of the sphere so it is distorted in direction to the observer
and is distorted in size to the observer.
does this expalin the strange nature of dark matter?
what if all observeable images were being distorted by these lenses without us realizing?
we would have a descrepency between location, size, and amount of matter we could see due to our altered perception of the universe.
dark matter has been used to fill the viod between what we see and what should be there but i makes sense that bubbles of lenses would acually account
for the inconsistencies without the need for dark matter.
it also puts into question the location and distence of objects reletive to the distortions we see
edit on 17-11-2010 by XPLodER because: imbed image