Originally posted by ubeenhad
reply to post by XPLodER
I mentioned in another thread that with the limits of experimental particle physics approaching, extreme-gravity astrophysical observations are going
to be the future of fundamental physics.
something to take into account is the density of the region of space that these observations occur,
and the optical implications of densely packed refractive elements within this reigion of space
"think about a second big bang as the creation of a black hole from the interior. On the outside of the horizon there is our universe, full of matter
and energy. In our universe stuff slowly goes into the black hole seemingly not moving at all but to the inflow material time is running normal, so it
seems like stuff is falling in before and after you but from the outside the flow looks frozen. Well if we fast forward in the inflows reference
frame, and our point of reference is around some of the first material to fall in, we could imagine seeing a new portion of space time being created.
this first "bubble" would be the quark-gluon plasma, So were does the inflation come from? Some critical density reached when enough material as
fallen through causes the explosion of inflation at a couple miliseconds into the life of the universe, or in this case, a new region of space time,
that will continue to grow and make black holes were energy and matter fall into creating new regions of space time. Because of the difference in
time, conservation of energy is still maintained over the entire system because its all from the same "bank", just spread out over "time
IMHO it is the vibrations of the components within the quark/gluon plasma, and the induced energy from this vibration in the density that allows the
interactions between these parts,
field, space inhabited
conductor, quark gluon integration of spin/motion with energy equalisation
time being relative to the scale of the observed and the observer
The difference in time dialation between outside material and inflow material compared to the rate of expansion of the early quark gluon
universe before the secondary inflation it could be used to find the "critical density" that would be needed to cause inflation and that could give us
cern has been producing quark gluon plasma for a while now and the data sets are increasing in size,
at the speeds being approached i suspect a critical density will be just out of reach at the speeds close to the speed of light. this comes about
because of time dialation.
I dont know why similar thought isnt taken more seriously. maybe because the recent developments in particle physics has made people shy away
from gravity, un quantized, and theories like these have no experimental basis. which is fine for most quantum theories of gravity cause there is
enough math that goes together to make you suspicious. But things like this have less to explain by and are more intuitive conceptual stuff. I think
this is why string theory and loop quantum gravity have support, cause they found little mathmatical curiosities. Well what about the conceptual
curiosities. I cant get over the correlation with creating new regions of space/time. Thats one thing every big bang supporter must agree on, that it
created new regions of space. Well what is the only other known object in the universe shares the same traits. BLACK HOLES. So as a black hole eats,
the unstoppable force of gravity keeps pulling more and more energy into the black hole. Some property of space under these conditions only allow for
certain "critical density". Once that is reached, BANG, space expands and the black hole is cut off. Now back in the original universe time is going
by as normal and matter slowly goes into the black hole. Because of such a drastic difference in time frames it seems mathmatically possible to never
loose the conservation of energy over the entire system, even with an infinite amount of "total time"."
gravity has for a long time been a fix all catch all for how the universe interacts with mass in terms of rest mass/inertial mass, for an observer
using gravity to quantify "visual" observations, that by there very nature are skewed because light (allowing our observations) is also effected by
the very mass we are trying to study.
without acknowledging that optical density can effect these light based observations, we wrongly conclude extra inertial or rest mass as the suspect
for the skewed observations.
suns give of energy in sigmoid curve,
black holes consume energy in a equatorial toroid shape and is sporadic depending on a number of factors,
i believe the difference in consumption of energy and the creation of energy leads to the shape of our galaxy
and galaxy clusters shape our universe
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