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Offline socratus

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Vacuum and Gravity.
« on: 03/04/2008 15:59:12 »
  Vacuum and Gravity.

Now it is considered that Newton / Einstein's laws
 of gravitation are basis of physics, the first laws of the Universe.
But the detected material mass of the matter in the Universe
 is so small  (the average density of all substances in the
 Universe is approximately p=10^-30 g/sm^3) that gravitation
 field, as whole, is broken , it doesn't work, as whole, in the Universe.
 So, the Newton / Einstein's laws of gravitation are correct only
in the small and local part of Universe and we  cannot take them
 as the first ones. What can the first law of the Universe be?
 All galaxies , all gravitation fields exist in Vacuum (T=0K).
Therefore the Vacuum can be “The first law of the Universe.”
Question:
How can the hot process of star formation in cold Vacuum begin?
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P.S.
Sorry, I forgot that it is possible also to take
 a" Big bang" as the first law of Universe,
as the basis of physics. Everything is possible
 in the mad Orwell's house.


 

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Vacuum and Gravity.
« Reply #1 on: 03/04/2008 18:55:27 »
This
"detected material mass of the matter in the Universe
 is so small  (the average density of all substances in the
 Universe is approximately p=10^-30 g/sm^3) that gravitation
 field, as whole, is broken , it doesn't work, as whole, in the Universe. "
is an opinion put forward without any evidence or justification.
Who say's it's broken?
Without some reason to say that you simply don't have science.
 

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