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Offline trevorjohnson32

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how gravity works
« on: 09/07/2016 17:47:53 »
Here's a video I made to help explain my theory I posted before:


1https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYXXinW_w7w
« Last Edit: 09/07/2016 17:50:26 by trevorjohnson32 »


 

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Re: how gravity works
« Reply #1 on: 14/07/2016 01:46:32 »
Here's a video I made to help explain my theory I posted before:


1https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYXXinW_w7w

Wouldn't it be better if you gave us a brief description of your theory to get people interested in your video. I for one would not want to both looking at a video before I had some idea what it was about.
 

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Re: how gravity works
« Reply #2 on: 18/07/2016 18:30:18 »
Hi Jerry, here's the text to the video in case anyone is interested:


A quark is a particle of extremely dense space time
Its density puts a squeezing effect on the surrounding space time that it exists in
The squeezing effect creates its gravity field and is stronger the closer to the quark
A planet creates a gravity field of its own from the astronomical number of quarks in the planet
When the Edge of a quarkís gravity field and the edge of a planetís gravity field touch the gravity field of the quark is squeezed on its edge
This pulls the quark in the direction of the planetís gravity field
The quark is continuously pulled in as the lavers of space time are denser the closer to the planet
 

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Re: how gravity works
« Reply #3 on: 27/08/2016 18:28:43 »
If you'll notice in the drawing in the video, the space-time of the gravity field around the planet and the quark can be looked at as a 2 dimensional perspective drawing of the ball on a large sheet experiment that causes other objects placed on the sheet to slide towards the ball as well as a 3 dimensional representation of the idea of space-time becoming denser when acted on by the planet or the quark, both ideas look the same when you draw them on paper.

 

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