posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:53 PM
Part I: Energy to matter
In my theory I see space-time as a zero mass point particle field. We will see why using this zero mass point particle field can solve many problems
in physics, as well as provide alternative explanations for many theorems. When you add energy to this field, the energy (like in a traditional
medium) compresses the zero point particles as it moves, and distorts the medium. The more energy you input into a medium, the denser the particle
compression becomes, and the more it needs to distort to compensate for the compression. Applying my theory to space-time, as a zero point particle
field, energy propagating through this field should distort space-time, not only in 2 dimensions like on paper, but in the three known x,y,z
coordinate dimensions of space-time.
If we look at matter we can see how it differs from energy by its unique characteristic of having what we consider resting mass. We can see energy
also having mass in several equations, and how energy increases the mass of an object. I will show how what we refer to as energy and mass are the
same, and how my theory looks at these differences in energy/mass. In E=Mc2, we can see the resting state of matter and its energy equivalence.
However how does "pure" energy which has no mass, account for the resting mass in matter? To show how we can basically get the metaphorical
something from nothing we are going to apply my theory.
Well following logical steps, in order to create matter we need something with mass. Since the only two things we are given to work with are "pure"
energy (zero mass) and space-time (zero mass), lets follow this logically. Energy is applied to zero point space-time, and as a result we get
space-time distortion. Space-time changes zero point particle density, and shape to compensate for the energy propagating through it. However, no
matter how much you compress nothing, you still have nothing. As energy compresses the space-time medium, the density of zero point particles in a
fixed volume increases with it as the energy wave moves through.
However zero point particles by definition have zero mass, therefore no mass even when compressed. How do we make matter without mass? These zero
point particles compress and deform space-time as energy propagates through. Since space-time distorts in three dimensions, different levels of energy
will distort space-time into different forms. This distorted space-time has different properties then the regular space-time (shape, density, and
number of zero point particles per fixed volume). If we see matter as having a specific set of properties (different than normal space-time), and
space-time changing properties with energy input, at some point space-time could exhibit properties that coincide with the properties that define
matter given enough energy. This makes the difference between resting mass and energy now only a difference of space-time density. Mass is by
definition M=D/V. We have (D) density of zero point particles over (V) a fixed volume of space. Increasing energy through space-time compresses the
zero point particles and increases (D) while V remains fixed, therefore mass increases with energy. Matter is a critical point at D/V where D/V > X. X
being the minimal threshold of energy required to distort space-time into having the properties of matter.
The particles that compose space-time themselves have no mass, but energy distorts the way space-time behaves, and its characteristics. We can
redefine mass as energy distorting space-time, and that a certain amount of energy is required to distort space-time into having specific properties
of matter. Mass=energy in space-time.
Part II: Mass-Energy Equivalencies
Since the math behind these theories is well established, I am just going to show how the equations prove my theory with the results. When energy is
applied to matter, the matter actually has an increase in weight. Something that moves (kinetic energy) or that contains energy (potential energy) is
actually heavier then the same object without it. From this conclusion we draw that energy must have some form of mass to account for the weight
difference, even though energy on its own has zero mass. If we apply my theory, we maintain mass is M=D/V. The extra energy would distort space-time;
the energy would compress and increase the density of zero point particles (D) in a fixed volume of space (V). If (D) increases while (V) remains
constant, then my theory explains why increasing energy also increases mass. We can increase mass, by increasing energy, and the density of zero point
particles in a fixed space (which in themselves have no mass). Once again mass = energy in space-time
Part III: Gravity
Once again, all the equations are established, just showing how they prove my theory. We can see Einstein’s gravity as a result of curved space.
Using Einstein’s Strong Field Theory, we see that not only can matter produce gravity; energy can produce gravity as well. Since my theory is seeing
matter, as energy distorting space-time, it is easy to see why they both would have the same effect. In most basic terms, gravity is the attraction of
one object to another object. If you have two objects in space-time how would my theory create an attraction? Energy flowing through space-time
creates denser regions of zero point particles. These condensed particles distort space-time over 3 dimensions as they compensate for the compression.
Too make this idea easy to visualize, and imagine a large square sheet. Lay this sheet out and place four balls on each corner. Start crumpling up the
sheet in the middle into a tightly packed ball (energy distorting space-time. What happens to the four balls? They start getting drawn towards the
crumpled up ball you are creating as you pack it denser and denser with more sheet. You can see how energy moving through space-time would create
distortions that would pull in space-time around it as it moves. Space-time being pulled towards energy (along with everything occupying that
space-time) would for all purposes fit the definition of gravity with curved space, as well as show why energy and matter both produce gravitational
effects in accordance with Einstein’s theory. Matter is just space-time that is even more densely distorted, therefore having even stronger
gravitational pull.
We can see evidence of space/time "bending" around matter with gravitational lensing. While I believe space/time is dynamic on a zero point particle
level to a certain extent (the particles while fixed in position relative to each other can be compressed closer with enough energy), it is not that
dynamic. My theory shows space-time not so much bending to create this effect as much as the density of point particles is higher. If we see matter as
a very dense concentration of zero point particles (the very center of a bell curve) then we also see how energy influences space-time on either side
of the curve. It is still denser than normal space-time but not dense enough to be considered matter.