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graviton exchange as a theory of gravitation
« on: 02/10/2013 13:03:27 »
Working through mass-energy density plots I came to the conclusion that graviton exchange may be the mechanism by which gravity operates. In this theory graviton exchange may be one component of bonding between molecules in solid matter. The intersection between normal gravity and gravity under mass-energy compression intersects at the solidification point. When a graviton leaves a mass there would be a net compression at the surface of the mass ejecting the graviton. This would be undetectable under normal conditions. Gravitons approaching a mass would produce a net momentum in the opposite direction to the path of the graviton. In a balanced system or at the surface of a mass these forces would balance out. If more gravitons are approaching from one direction then this net momentum would move the mass proportionally. Liquids and gasses also emit gravitons but, because the conditions for solidification have not been met, only momentum is produced.

There would be a rippling (wave) effect through matter produced by gravitons propagating to the surface of a mass that may be detectable.
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Re: graviton exchange as a theory of gravitation
« Reply #1 on: 03/10/2013 06:32:27 »
The absolute reference frame and the simultaneity of Now.

If we measure the entire universe into Planck cubes and in the centre of each left hand side we release a photon, each will take 1 planck time to reach the opposite side. This effect will be constant across the universe and marks the simultaneous Now that the whole universe experiences at once. This then becomes our global reference frame inclusive of all time dilation and length contraction effects.
 

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Re: graviton exchange as a theory of gravitation
« Reply #2 on: 03/10/2013 06:36:58 »
This I call the Haley Principle.
 

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Re: graviton exchange as a theory of gravitation
« Reply #3 on: 03/10/2013 17:41:00 »
A Simultaneous now makes the future mutable. The photons we see now are no older than anywhere else in the universe. They bring us the past and fix us as observers in the present but cannot determine if or when they will meet another observer in the future. This preserves the uncertainty principle. For if everything were immutable there would be no uncertainty.

How does this effect graviton exchange?
 

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Re: graviton exchange as a theory of gravitation
« Reply #4 on: 05/10/2013 01:26:54 »
The simultaneous now and the concept of time.

With a simultaneous now time becomes abstract. We can think of everything as in a state of quantum change. This quantum change or progression will happen at various rates. These rates are synchronized over our concepts of time dilation and length contraction. Gravitation is mapped over this synchronization. How this interacts to produce relativistic effects needs to be explored. Is gravitation fixed to a constant in the same way as c is a fixed constant for light? It can be argued that everything is contained within the gravitational framework.
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Re: graviton exchange as a theory of gravitation
« Reply #5 on: 07/10/2013 12:10:07 »
The simultaneous now could be a mapping of a superfluid vacuum universe. This superfluid vacuum is one idea being proposed. A reinstatement of the aether. Occupying 11 dimensions, it could account for some of the observed effects of dilation and contraction. Some aspects suggest a universal reference frame in which this mapping on the planck scale is included. This seems to suggest a gravitational effect external to mass and the higgs boson picking up its mass via the superfluid spacetime. YMMV.
 

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Re: graviton exchange as a theory of gravitation
« Reply #6 on: 09/10/2013 14:01:42 »
The basic proposition of this theory has now been abandoned. The simultaneity of now will form part of a new theory.
 

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