Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by ImaFungi
when a mass rotates, revolves, and travels through the less dense energy areas of the fabric... it twists and turns it... or creates wakes and
whirlpools... smaller masses that can not cancel out these whirlpools with their own,, fall victim... What do you mean "less dense energy"?
Come to think of it, what do you mean by "energy"? BTW, all masses produce gravitational forces.
What I mean by less dense energy is that space-time fabric is a fabric of "energy".. but has less amounts of it in density then a star or planet...
planets and stars are energy dense regions of the universe... space-time is less dense energy/less quantity of energy.... but the space-time fabrics
constituents are related to the constituents of all other "things" in and of the universe.... What i mean by energy is ( I guess I should have
specified it as material energy), I guess the standard particle model, or the least common denominator, of infinitesimal constituents of physicality
in the universe.. there is a "substance/bit/particleness/energyness" which all matter shares ( unless dark matter is discovered to not be of the
same particles as standard model, in which it would still be "made of something right"?)
All masses produce gravitational forces... all masses are taking up space-time and traveling through it... so i guess they distort it in the same
way...the larger masses do...
where as to a human in a less energy dense area such as the fabric of space... there would be no near mass to relate what mass is, and the
human would feel massless....
So humans for some reason would become massless but a planet wouldn't?
Do you agree that a human feels the sensation of masslessness in space? Do you agree that the planets we observe are in a gravitational bind with
other massive bodies... yes i am sure the human in space would be effected by these forces in someway,, but because a human is not as massive as a
moon, the humans gravity and the earths gravity and the moons gravity will not react as strongly with the human....
the planets are revolving, rotating, and traveling around the galactic center... in order to do the experiment I suggested with an observer feeling
massless in space without physical relations to compare it self to... we would have to travel to a point in the universe that is completely empty ( or
low energy density) for millions of light years.... place a planet motionless there,, endow it with consciousness and ask it how heavy it feels....
perhaps this relates to why EM radiation is massless/ travels the speeds in which it does... the light from stars are unleashed into space,, and have
nothing to compare themselves too, until they interact with an object and present the quantity they are onto that object in a physical interaction....
this nothing to interact with idea is why the higgs seekers, believe there must be something like the higgs,,, something in which the standard
particles do interact with, which make them have mass while traveling through space...