Originally posted by Thought Provoker
Originally posted by rival
I just feel in my gut that matter is attractive to other matter. It seems to work in nature and from I can see all nature's basic principles seem to
function in the same general and simple way.
Glad you enjoyed reading the theory. Maybe I can change your mind...
But I know what you mean. I'm a firm believer in "As above, so below" too. But when two people fall in love, did they fall, or were they pushed,
together? Could be either. To me, a neutron is just a really, really tiny galaxy, with three stars in it, spinning really, really fast because it's
so small. And the wind is what's blowing it around. Like a windmill. If they were attracting each other together, why would there be any distance
between them? Why would a neutron have a size? Why do electrons orbit a nucleus instead of being sucked into the opposite charge at the center? Why is
a photon emitted when an electron falls down one valence level, what form was that energy in before the quantum leap released it? Conventional science
can't really explain it... my theory does. I really really believe in it.
if we ever reach the stars we will do so because we have solved the mystery of gravity and have learned to "pull" AND "push" ourselves thru
UFO flight is also explained by it. If they block the "wind" hitting their ship from any direction, the ship will "fall" in that direction, even
if it's straight-up. The acceleration is determined by how much of the wind they block. It can easily allow instantaneous right-angle turns at 15,000
MPH... but inertial dampeners are another matter. Pun intended. You'd have to have those, too... never really thought about how to apply this theory
towards dampening inertia... I'm open to suggestions.
No, you haven't changed my mind, but you have fielded some of the obvious questions well. You have
succeeded in provoking me to think. I created a universe in my head and applied your theory and I
just can't make it work. The problem for me is the source of energy needed to "push." It would
have to be pervasive--emanating from all areas...
I can make it work with two bodies of matter shielding each other and being pushed together but
in my head I cannot cause them to orbit, and it really breaks down when I try to get an entire solar system,
into its many differing orbits, or I try to imagine binary stars and the like. I wish I could follow you down
to the quantum level and understand "valance" and interactions of small bits of matter but I ditched in
ninth grade so I work with what I have.
As to UFO's....
Generally, it is recalling the lone sighting I witnessed that spins me off into deep thought like this.
My sighting lasted less than three seconds, at night, green neon streak of light. It came down from
the sky exactly like a normal meteor glowing bright neon green, but then it paused (stopped) maybe
20 degrees above the horizon, paused for a tenth of a second and streaked off to the right at
the same speed it entered my field of view. It was gone from view in less than two seconds.
I can't explain what I witnessed. I can say I have been driving a truck at night for twenty years; currently
I work in the gas field and spend ALOT of time in rural areas, under the stars, watching the sky, while
my truck loads up, and I have never ever seen something that I couldn't explain or debunk....except this
sighting (sorry not trying to derail the thread...this comes back around to topic)
So, in my mind, this was an alien technology, maneuvering outside the laws of physics as we know them
and I go from there in my attempt to understand. The first problem I have is with the friction of the
atmosphere.and the speed of this object--I can't reconcile what I saw with what I know of friction
and aerodynamics. BUT, that is not what really gets me thinking. It is the inertia exerted when that
object stopped and changed direction with no apparent acceleration or deceleration. Obviously there
must have been a speeding and slowing down but to casual observer (did I just say "casual") it was
So how would an object move thru space in this way without tearing itself (the occupants notwithstanding)
apart? It must either create its own reality of gravity around itself, or somehow move thru time in such a
way that from my perspective its rate of speed is enormous. Okay, so the latter answer I write off because
it is just too deep for my ninth grade level, but the former idea of creating its own gravitational field
in a bubble (if you will) remains interesting because gravity still remains as an unknown entity.
After many years of thinking about this I realized the easiest explanation is that this object moved
by a means we barely understand--gravity. It certainly could not have used some mechanism of
thrust. And given your theory, it is hard to think it was pushed.