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What is space?
« on: 24/04/2016 14:13:51 »
What is space? Einstein and other have formulated strange ideas about space. They compress it. They curve it. They make a fancy space-time continuum. Other people have up to 13 tiny dimensions within space. Yet they are all wrong. Space it nothing but a measurement.
   At the big bang the entire universe was the size of a super neutron.
What was outside the neutron?  Space? There was nothing outside the neutron.The entire universe was the tiny neutron. Outside the neutron was pure non-existence. Nothing at all.  the neutron exploded and the pieces flew at greater than light speed in all directions from the absolute center. The pieces formed a sphere and the little black holes exploded to form the galaxies. As the galaxies radiated the gravitational and electromagnetic waves formed.
  Thus within present space lies the gravitational waves and the electromagnetic waves. When we say space curves that is false. It is the gravitational waves inside space that curves.
   The gravitational waves radiate from the particles. The mass of a dot-wave is 1.566E-72Kg and there are 1.696E124 dot-waves per visible universe and about 24 times as much in the dark matter/energy portion of the universe. (As per my calculations in "The Gravitational Wave and the Dot-Wave Theory" book.
   
   


 

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Re: What is space?
« Reply #1 on: 24/04/2016 14:20:57 »
What is space? Einstein and other have formulated strange ideas about space. They compress it. They curve it. They make a fancy space-time continuum. Other people have up to 13 tiny dimensions within space. Yet they are all wrong. Space it nothing but a measurement.
   At the big bang the entire universe was the size of a super neutron.
What was outside the neutron?  Space? There was nothing outside the neutron.The entire universe was the tiny neutron. Outside the neutron was pure non-existence. Nothing at all.  the neutron exploded and the pieces flew at greater than light speed in all directions from the absolute center. The pieces formed a sphere and the little black holes exploded to form the galaxies. As the galaxies radiated the gravitational and electromagnetic waves formed.
  Thus within present space lies the gravitational waves and the electromagnetic waves. When we say space curves that is false. It is the gravitational waves inside space that curves.
   The gravitational waves radiate from the particles. The mass of a dot-wave is 1.566E-72Kg and there are 1.696E124 dot-waves per visible universe and about 24 times as much in the dark matter/energy portion of the universe. (As per my calculations in "The Gravitational Wave and the Dot-Wave Theory" book.
   
 


Hmm just no, space is eternal and always existed, space can not be destroyed or changed, only things in space change.   Space is that which allows anything to exist, in terms of creation space is ''God''.   Space is not a measurement, measurements are things between space.

I drew it you to remove your confusion.



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Re: What is space?
« Reply #2 on: 24/04/2016 14:36:46 »
That is a common belief but it is false. Once the universe is compressed from infinity toward a pinpoint nothing remains outside of the pinpoint. We are all taught that space is some magical entity. Thus we are taught false things. For the single light speed solution nothing outside our little pinpoint exists. for the more complex multi-light-speed universe there are possible coexisting universes up to light speed near infinity that can still exist. But that is not part of our present existence and is covered in my many philosophical books.
 

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Re: What is space?
« Reply #3 on: 24/04/2016 14:55:33 »
That is a common belief but it is false. Once the universe is compressed from infinity toward a pinpoint nothing remains outside of the pinpoint. We are all taught that space is some magical entity. Thus we are taught false things. For the single light speed solution nothing outside our little pinpoint exists. for the more complex multi-light-speed universe there are possible coexisting universes up to light speed near infinity that can still exist. But that is not part of our present existence and is covered in my many philosophical books.


You define space to exist by default once you define a pin point, outside of a pin point is space just like there is space surrounding the full stop at the end of sentence ...................................................................................................


Are you suggesting this point was inside a solid?  There is either solid or space, a cave or fresh air, two possibles that only give one answer, space is .

 

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Re: What is space?
« Reply #4 on: 24/04/2016 21:07:21 »
  It may seem strange to you that the entire universe came from basically infinite space and shrunk to a very small dimension about the size of a neutron if you could view it from the outside. (from a religious point of view God could view it from the outside). Thus prior to the big bang you find that the entire universe that we know is only the size of a neutron. (basically a pinpoint). At our light speed C dimension space does not exist for us.
   Since nothing outside our neutron exists there are no properties of space such as the gravitational constant, the permeability, the permitivity or the speed of light. Everything is contained within the neutron.
  The explosion of the neutron produces what we call space. there is no limit to the speed of expansion of the neutron. There is no gravitational force on it as well. Once the neutron explodes the pieces form a spherical surface and they in turn explode. this forms the galaxies.
   According to my calculations we live on a surface of an ellipsoid which is 13.78 billion light years from the absolute center. Yet the total universe of dark energy is 27.56 billion light years from the absolute center. In addition our surface is rotating at a speed of 0.39C.
   So now we have what we call space but what we measure is only the properties of the gravitation wave and the electromagnetic wave. So Einstein uses electrical type equations and says that space curves. His equations are good but space itself is nothing. It is the gravitational and electromagnetic fields within the dimensions of space that really curve.
 

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