posted on Mar, 9 2012 @ 06:57 PM
Gravity as a result of contracting space-time
Gravity, it is a fundamental part of our existence, but we have yet to define exactly what it is and how it works. While many physicists are busy
coming up with elaborate equations to explain this most basic of influences they always come up short. I totally disagree with the notions of force
carriers like gravitons, gravity waves, and negative energy to define the nature of gravity. How can a particle or wave emanating from matter pull you
towards it? The force of the particle or wave impacting matter would be a net push away, not a pull towards. This is the equivalent of shooting a
bullet at a can and having the force of the impact send the can back towards you. Curving space can describe the path traveled, but not the actual
force pulling it back. While in our imaginary world of mathematics, we can explain this happening by using negative energy, and other similar terms,
in reality it falls short. For example, I have two apples, and I gave away three. How many apples do I have? Negative one? In math it works, in
reality I either have an apple or I don’t. There isn’t a hole in the universe shaped like an apple that I created. On a blackboard, the energy can
be described as negative, and react in the opposite way of traditional physics. It works on a blackboard with numbers and nowhere else. I have a
different approach, and mine explains gravity, matter, energy, relativity, dark matter, etc...
Let’s imagine there is an asteroid in space. We need gravity to make that asteroid come towards the Earth. How can we do that without completely
rewriting all the laws of physics, and making up new laws which can only exist in our imaginary world of numbers? We have particles and waves, the
equivalent of shooting a can back towards us. I don’t like that. It makes no sense. So how else can we make that asteroid come towards Earth?
Curved space? It can define the path the asteroid will travel towards Earth, but not actually pull it. What’s left? What if we actually pulled the
very fabric of space-time the asteroid occupies towards Earth? That would work, but how could that happen? That sounds even more farfetched then
having an apple shaped hole in the universe. Well if we take what we know, it actually is the only answer that makes sense both on the blackboard, and
It is a fact (or generally accepted), that energy and matter are basically the same thing. Matter at its most fundamental level is just a different
form of energy. I think we can all agree on that. If not, I’m going to prove it to you. Another thing I think we can all agree on is that matter
can bend space-time around it. Let’s take this a step farther. If we can agree that energy=matter, and matter can bend space time, then if A=B and
B=C, then A=C. Energy can bend space time, not as much as matter, but to an extent. Not a very big leap there. I think we can agree on this. I think
we can agree on something else, that energy not directly attached to mass tends to propagate in waves (frequencies, and amplitudes, EM radiation,
sound, even ripples in a pond, etc…).
Well let’s keep putting the puzzle together. Energy can bend space time, and energy propagates in waves. I think the conclusion to this is that
space-time bends with energy waves. I am not sure how this can be wrong, unless energy and matter are not fundamentally the same, space time does not
bend with matter, or energy does not travel in waves. All of those I think are fairly well established and proven.
So how does that help move that asteroid? Well I think to understand how energy, matter, gravity, and time are all one and the same; we need to define
them at a basic level. What is matter? This is actually a tricky question. I think the more appropriate question is what makes matter different from
the space-time surrounding it? For starters I think we can all agree matter has mass. How did it get that mass? If energy and matter are the same, and
energy has no mass, how can matter exist? No matter how much we compress nothing we still have nothing. Okay that doesn’t work, so let’s define
mass. Mass is simply the relation of density to volume. Well energy has no mass, so therefore no density. We’re going to have a hard time creating
mass with just energy. There is only one piece left to this equation. Space-time, there is literally nothing else it could be. It has volume, and it
must have a density in order for any of this to work, and I’ll prove it. If we are going to argue it has no volume, then the entire volume of the
universe must be zero, in which case we don’t exist to have this debate. If we are going to argue it has no density, were going to run into a few
problems of how can you curve something with no volume or density, there is nothing to curve. If it has no density, how are we creating mass? I
believe it is an answer to the gluon field science is looking for. Also, I’m going to show that by space-time having density it also solves several
problems in special relativity, dark matter, time and so forth. So the conclusion we are coming to here is this: Matter can’t be made of just
energy. Matter is made of space-time, bent curved and compressed by energy.
We have shown how energy can in theory bend space-time, but energy by its self cannot create mass. Space-time has density (we will see how this is),
but not enough density to form what we know as mass. Energy + Space-time however = curved, distorted, regions of space-time, that by definition can be
considered mass if they are dense enough.
So how does all this relate to gravity? We can now (in theory) tell you how that asteroid in the example got there, but not how it is going to be
attracted to the Earth. It is time for the next logical step. If Earth is made of energy, and energy bends space-time, what happens to the space-time
around Earth? When you bend something, you translate length to height (relative to orientation), and therefore shorten it. To compensate for this
translation more material is pulled inward. Let’s use an example. Let’s say we have a piece of paper that represents space-time, and we draw a
picture of the asteroid on the edge, and a picture of Earth in the middle.
Apply my theory and crumple up the paper around Earth to represent energy bending space-time to create matter. What happens to the part of the paper
you drew the asteroid on? The more you crumple up the paper in the middle, the more paper you need, and the more the picture of the asteroid gets
pulled in to compensate for the density change in the middle of the paper. Now since everything in the universe is moving, set the whole thing in
motion, and matter (high density space-time distorted by massive amounts of energy) is constantly pulling in space-time around it as it moves. You now
have space-time getting pulled towards Earth, along with the asteroid occupying it. Space time expands again after the wave passes, when no energy or
matter is present.