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The Universal Membrane & Electromagnetism.

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posted on May, 6 2012 @ 12:59 AM
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Have you ever noticed while playing in the swimming pool or just taking a simple bath how the surface of the water acts a membrane between objects.

Imagine the plain of the cosmos being this elstical surface that bends to the mass of an object. We cannot see this surface with our physical eyes. But we know it exists. So as you see bubbles or objects on a water surface mysteriously attract one another sometimes to a point of a dance.

Where 2 bubbles come together the closer the faster and then split back apart and circle one another. You can't help but think about our earth and the physica behind them. Have you ever put in ear buds and had air build up in the ear canal block the sound trying to come through?

To the point where you pull out the bud and slowy replace it in the ear and now you can hear more clearly.

Well this seems plausible for eletromagnetism. We know that our electromagnetisphere produced by the earth's rotation pushes away harmful radiation but also attracts objects ie gravity.

So what I'm proposing here is that electromagnetism is like air pushing away the lighter energetic objjects. And the pushing down from the mass of the earth onto the membrane attracts larger objects that we call gravity.

While the earth's rotation pushes some energies away it pulls others to it. Causing a dual effect on the environment surrounding it.




posted on May, 6 2012 @ 01:08 AM
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Hmmm...like an electronic meniscus with warping abilities?.....A field that can be manipulated with frequency



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 07:16 AM
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IT's called a double layer. Check this out:

Double Layers



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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You're not entirely off in your observation.

A number of physicists have developed various "brane" theories that work exceptionally well (or exceptionally poor) with other physics principles and theories.

While they usually work well to explain one set of phenomena (such as quantum mechanics) - they often run into a little bit of difficulty working with another phenomena (such as gravity... which is perhaps one of the most blatantly obvious but least understood phenomena at present).

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