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what is gravitional accumulation
« on: 29/05/2016 03:24:03 »
I think that the current model of gravity is wrong .
I think that space-time is made up of energetic fibers i think these fibers could be made if a extremely energetic gamma ray burst were to hit a extremely powerful magnetic field causing the light waves to wrap around the particles of light creating a energetic fiber . This fiber would have a internal magnetic field that would allow the particles to levitate and move freely inside the fibers . This movement would create a electromagnetic charge also a weaker static charge would be created aka gravity . As the fibers get closer the charges act on each other the particles inside fibers become excited and move more rapidly this rapid movement increases the charges and frequency's of the fibers . This causes a rapid collapse of the fibers as the fibers collapse and compress gravity causes a runaway effect on the collapse the rapid build up of gravity further compresses the fibers into a singularity . This compression continues until the pressure is so great that it stops the movement of the particles inside the fibers effectively switching off the gravity This releases compression and the compressed fibers fly away from the axes of rotation at the speed of light squared . And a new multiverse is born with 3 universes a positive or matter universe a neutral universe and a negative or antimatter universe each universe has 4 dimension up down side to side depth and the volume of space-time that surrounds it fore a total of 12 dimensions .  As the compression releases the particles inside the fibers begin there rapid movement and gravity switches back on and starts accumulating fibers . Now that the fibers are in extremely rapid motion they accumulate more locally when 3 fibers cluster a positive a negative and neutrally charged fibers a magnetic field forms around the cluster forming a fundamental particle . These particles then cluster to form other particles . When enough particles cluster they form a stronger field this field interacts with the fields of the particles creating the strong nuclear force . Then the more energetic particles begin to orbit the center mass forming an extended field forming a hydrogen atom . As the expansion continues hydrogen is produced on a massive scale anywhere the fibers are still clustered and accumulates and collapses rapidly creating the first and largest supermassive black holes and galaxies these galaxies produce enormous magnetic charges that extend out and connect and form lay lines that start to form a structure this has a braking effect on the expansion slowing it from the inside out .  As the outside edge pulls away from the center it stretches the fibers against the structures forming near center causing a elastic effect.  this would make the expansion appear to be accelerating when observed from within . The multidirectional motion of the first galaxies would further limit the accumulation of hydrogen causing it to form smaller clusters that accumulate to form supermassive stares that rapidly collapse and form black holes that form galaxies of there own and continue building structures and slowing and stabilizing the expansion . Since the fibers are emitting both gravity and electromagnetic energy in all parts of the multiverse it would explain dark matter and energy also it could explain quantum entanglement . As an electromagnetic wave traveling along the surface of the fibers also agrees with inflationary theory also my model of gravity could help to solve unified field theory . I call it the theory of gravitational accumulation .               


 

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Re: what is gravitional accumulation
« Reply #1 on: 13/06/2016 11:41:30 »
This is only part of this idea or theory and some things are not as clear as i would like them to be as i am disable and have a lot of trouble typing and i am typing this striate out of my mind off the top of my head as it were 
 

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Re: what is gravitional accumulation
« Reply #2 on: 13/06/2016 11:49:47 »
Also i would like feedback on this if anyone has questions i will try to answer them as best i can with my limited ability to type 
 

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Re: what is gravitional accumulation
« Reply #3 on: 13/06/2016 12:12:05 »
also if I'm right and i don't really know if i am or not then mass can have no more gravity than the maximum output of the fibers contained within it . i think this solves unified field electromagnetism produces gravity as a weaker static charge then they combine to form the nuclear forces through the proses of particle and atom formation they are unified through the formation of the first atom . As all 4 forces would be needed to form a hydrogen atom . Also this could account fore and give a mechanism fore the creation of all the hydrogen in the early universe   
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Re: what is gravitional accumulation
« Reply #4 on: 14/06/2016 04:48:28 »
Gravitational accumulation predicts dark matter and dark energy as a product of the fibers . Also it predicts the structures made by the galaxies and there lay lines that i think is slowing the universe from the inside out and makes it appear to be accelerating this apparent acceleration has been observed as well as the structures . It also explains why gravity is so weak at the subatomic level and yet be strong enough to create a singularity at the other end of the scale . Both gravity and electromagnetism are accumulative this is why we see the extreme of both in galaxies and there black holes . Also it could be used to predict nearly all the motion that we have seen so fare . I have had this idea or theory in my mind fore about 14 years now and been working on it in my mind since i was 10 before i started getting it online the only place it existed is in my controlled day dreams . I don't like calling it a theory as it is just a idea until other people look at it and investigate it however if calling it a theory gets it looked at and investigated then so be it       
 

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Re: what is gravitional accumulation
« Reply #5 on: 17/06/2016 17:49:04 »
I know i use the term warping a lot i like the term more than space-time curvature i understand what curvature is though however i do not completely agree with it . As i think it is more localized and propagated out only as fare as the strength of gravity will allow . It would be contained by the multidirectional movement of space- time . I think space-time is still rotating around the axes of rotation of the singularity that it expanded from as it expands . As gravity reaches out from its mass this multidirectional motion curves space-time around it . curvature has ben described as placing a sphere on a rubber mat and seeing the curvature that it creates . This would be ok if space-time were a fabric . However space-time acts more like a liquid . Gravitational accumulation could be described by taking that sphere and putting it in a tank of water ok nothing is curved the volume of the water surrounds the sphere . Now start the sphere spinning now observe the water curving around the sphere . Ok this is not enough curvature . Now put some pins or rods protruding out from the surface of the sphere . Observe the increase in the curvature the longer the pins or rods the greater the curvature . Also the curvature is limited to a point just beyond the end of the pins or rods . The water is space-time the sphere is mass the spin is the multidirectional motion of space-time the pins or rods represent gravity . i think this more completely explains space-time curvature .  Inestiens gravity fields and  pressure variance's  just don't hold up . If it did you would not have infinity's when trying to combine the forces . And physics would not appear brake down at the event horizon of a black hole . Inestien  is one of my hero's however he was human and capable of making mistakes and he did not have the accumulative knowledge of the past 100 years to work with . I described gravity as being a weaker static charge however it isn't really weaker as most of its charge is extended out from the fiber causing it to appear weaker as it accumulates the fibers and gets stronger it reaches out further as the gravity of a stare reaches out further than that planet . when it accumulates as in stare formation not enough of this charge is dissipated and it begins to show its true strength and overcomes electromagnetism causing a collapse and forming a stare . This would just would need to be ramped up to form a black hole . what's at the  center of a black hole a tiny extremely massive highly compressed little ball of fibers . i only called them fibers because of Inestiens fabric of space-time i thought if was going to challenge his gravity the least i could do is call them fibers and i think they would look sorta like fibers with a lot of threads extending out from them shorter threads fore electromagnetism and much longer ones fore gravity                     
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