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Offline Sandwalker

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« on: 12/11/2004 02:45:25 »
Does gravity warp spacetime or warped spacetime give rise to gravity.

Is gravity due to a spacetime density gradient.

Energy/matter moving towards the slower time, denser space frame. Like electrons prefering the lowest available energy level, Energy/matter prefers the slower time denser space frame.

What ever is released (a quanta of spacetime!) or absorbed to move to the lower level produces the force of gravity (and may give rise to a quantum theory of gravity).

This would also account for inertia, it takes energy to change a bodies 'at rest' spacetime frame.

It also negates the graviton/blackhole paradox as the warping of spacetime around the blackhole gives rise to gravity not the other way round.

It also accounts for gravity due to acceleration, the warping of spacetime from the change in velocity, gives rise to gravity in the vector of acceleration.

Can I have my Nobel prize now please!? [:o)]
« Last Edit: 13/11/2004 21:34:34 by Sandwalker »


 

Offline Raedon

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Re: Gravity
« Reply #1 on: 14/11/2004 02:43:29 »
I'll give you my car if your can knock on a wall in 500 years :)

if you talk "quantum" then you got to show a bunch of highly complicated, unintelligible calculations that are just so unromantic to the public that they could keep women away for blocks.

  so bring em I guess. :)


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