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Offline Joaosantos

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Theory of gravity
« on: 21/04/2016 16:35:44 »

I decided to post it here to show my point of view about the subject, and to get some opinions. I'm aware of the possibility of the nonsense this might be.
So please help, and be gentle

My theory is about a new way to understand how gravity really works. First of all, I think the infinity does not exist, nothing is infinity because the universe is filled of finite things, and this finite things make the infinity became finite. The infinity is a product of our lazy/limited brain, as we can’t see further, we develop a way to short our thinking process, considering it infinity. We can create thing that are infinite, for example while(4<5) do{}, but like I said the finite things make the infinite finite, so the computer will eventually broke or something, making the infinite loop in a finite loop. All of this to tell you that the space is not infinite too. If we zoom the space, we will eventually reach a point where a grid of dots will appear, well I think that grid of dots are composed by neutrinos, but I’m not really sure what they are. But in this theory I will assume that this dots are neutrinos.

Do you know the "Achilles and the tortoise" paradox? Is about a race between Achilles and a tortoise, it says that the tortoise start the race 100 meters ahead of Achilles, and the Achilles speed’s is twice of the tortoise, the conclusion about this paradox is that the Achilles will never overpass the tortoise because the distance between them it will be at some point 1/10, and overtime 1/100 and 1/1000 and 1/10000… and so on. This mean one thing, or the math is wrong or the real world is messed up, and in my opinion none of them are right, because we are looking in the wrong way. In this race between Achilles and tortoise, at some point, the “smallest particle” of Achilles will overpass the “smallest particle” of the tortoise, this is because this particles move in the dots, or between them I’m not sure. And this dots somehow attract or repealed this particles.



Figure 1- Before and after the overpass of the tortoise by Achilles. Considering that the “smallest particle” move over the dots (neutrinos).


So this is what I think that happens. I have some others considerations too, I think the sun is not producing neutrinos, the sun is letting neutrinos go. Try this, grab your shirt at one point. What happen? The shirt got compressed in one point. Your hand represent the sun, the shirt represent the neutrinos grid. Now if you slowly open your hand, the shirt gets back to the initial position. This is what happen when the sun let the neutrinos go. We on Earth are not being bombard by neutrinos that are created in sun, they are just passing by us because like the shirt, the space is backing to the original shape.


Figure 2-This figure represents the Sun letting the neutrinos go, not creating them. The yellow circle represents the sun and the green one represent the earth.

Like I said, somehow the “smallest particles” of everything (I don’t know the name or what they are) have some interaction with this grid of neutrinos. And by adding to this, the “smallest particles” interact by themselves too. So we are talking about two forces in here. The smallest particles want to be in the dots (or between), and this same particles attract others particles. This will cause the deformation of the grid, and this deformation will cause the gravity force.


Figure 3- Deformation of the grid, caused by interaction of the “smallest particle” between each other. The representation on the left, represents an environment without gravity force, because the dots (neutrinos) are at equivalent distance of each other, thus the force of attraction/repulsion will be none. The representation of the right side, represent an environment with gravity force, because the dots are concentrated at one region, thus the force of attraction/repulsion will be higher at the center.


The attraction/repulsion force between the “smallest particles” and the dots, are higher where the dots are concentrated, because the force vector in the same direction are added to each other’s. If the number of particles in the same area are very high (high density) the deformation will become higher and so more force of attraction are added because the neutrinos are closer to each other. And this is called gravity.  In space we don’t feel gravity because the grid of neutrinos are equally spaced, so the forces of attraction/repulsion are cancelled. In Earth we have a large concentration of neutrinos in the core of the earth, this concentration is caused by the high density materials the core of the earth and the high mass of the earth.
Thus the gravity force is caused by the approximation of the dots (neutrinos), because this dots interact with the “smallest particles” (attraction or repulsion), and when the grid is deformed, the component of this force made by the neutrino to the “smallest particle” or vice-versa, is added to the closest dot.

Light probably moves in the blank spaces of grid. 

Conclusion:
1º Law - Nothing is infinity;
2º Law - The deformation of the grid of dots is caused by forces of attraction of the “smallest particles” of everything except light;
3º Law - The deformation of the grid makes the dots closer, and the asymmetry of the grid is the cause of the gravity;


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Re: Theory of gravity
« Reply #1 on: 23/04/2016 10:38:25 »
a lot like Einsteins General Relativity except for the grid of neutrinos at the end of the Universe.
 

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Re: Theory of gravity
« Reply #2 on: 24/04/2016 12:18:50 »
Thank you for the feedback. It's important for me to know if my theories are plausible, or just a total nonsense.
 

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Re: Theory of gravity
« Reply #3 on: 24/04/2016 13:13:24 »
You seem to have some good ideas. Yet matter does not attract matter. Objects are pushed together by the dots (my dot-waves). Matter constantly radiates dot-waves and dark matter/energy is composed of dot-waves. As matter radiates energy we have a universe filled with spherical dot-waves which continue to increase in size. this causes a feedback or kickback effect upon matter and thus gravity.
 

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