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### Author Topic: What is the first law of Universe ?  (Read 3090 times)

#### socratus

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##### What is the first law of Universe ?
« on: 31/08/2006 21:29:01 »

Now it is consider that Newton / Einstein,s laws
of gravitation are the first laws of Universe.
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1.
Newton was a clever man therefore when he discovered his
" law of gravitation" he quickly understood that
soon or later the all matter in the Universe had to gather
in the " singular point".
And because this effect does not happen in the Nature,
Newton , being very religius man , thought that only God,s
power did not give the matter to gather in a " singular point".
2.
And then atheistic time came  .
They decided :
As God does not exist, so the all matter in Universe
must gather in a " singular point".
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I don,t agree that  Newton / Einstein,s laws
of gravitation are the first laws of Universe.
Why?
1.
Take simple atom: proton and electron,( small distances).
Nobody interests in gravitation interaction between
proton and electron . There is not any theory about
gravitation interaction between proton and electron .
Everybody interests only in electrical ( nuclear)
interaction between them.
It means that Newton / Einstein,s laws of gravitation
are local and limited.
This law in the small ( nuclear) distance does not work.
2.
Take Universe ( cosmic distances).
There is not theory about gravitation interaction between
galaxy  A. and galaxy  Z. We don,t need it.
Why? For example.
Let,s imagine of all apple- trees on our Earth
as a galaxy, and apples as  stars.
Nobody will interest in the interaction between
an apple- tree in New York ( galaxy  A.)  and
an apple- tree (cherry-tree) in Varanasi (galaxy  Z.).
It means that Newton / Einstein,s laws of gravitation
are local and limited.
This law in the big cosmic distance does not work.
3.
Conclusion.
Newton / Einstein,s laws of gravitation  cannot be
“The first law of Universe.”
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What can be the first law of Universe?
1.
All galaxyies (gravitation fields) exist in Vacuum (T=0K)
therefore Vacuum can be “The first law of Universe.”
" How is it possible to break homogeneous
and symmetric  Vacuum: T=0K ?”,
“How in Vacuum could gravitation fields be created?”,
“How in Vacuum can the process of star formation begin?”
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If somebody doubt that from cold Vacuum T=0K
the hot stars can be created, please, remember that
The Second law of thermodynamics does not forbid this possibility.

#### syhprum

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##### Re: What is the first law of Universe ?
« Reply #1 on: 01/09/2006 07:04:42 »
Can it be said that gravitational attraction between galaxies has no effect ? I understood that small variations in the CBMR showed that we were moving (400kms/s ?) towards a 'great attractor'

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##### Re: What is the first law of Universe ?
« Reply #1 on: 01/09/2006 07:04:42 »