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Offline Nilak

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I have been analyzing my own model of space and matter and it can lead to the posibility that, currently, at the edge of the universe could be black matter pulling the center towards outside, by gravity, or resulting from spacetime geometry.
My concept says that mass equals space density, and the density of space could be higher close to the edge, explaining the expansion. Beyond the limit there is no structure (no geomety, no space, no time).
What is the possibility for this to be true acording to modern theories accepted by mainstream (GR, QM).
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It turns out that modern cosmology says we live in a box. That confirms my hypothesis of a spacetime compression at the edge of the universe, which is equivalent to dark matter mass.
 

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Dark matter is not visible, so why black holes don't absorb it ? I think gravity is not a constant it is the cosine of an angle, I don't need a strange concept to explain how the Universe works.
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Dark matter is not visible, so why black holes don't absorb it ? I think gravity is not a constant it is the cosine of an angle, I don't need a strange concept to explain how the Universe works.

Do you mean gravitational constant is not a constant ? Also what angle do you have in mind?

The cosmological constant is not actually constant. It has a high value around objects with mass, and probably  at the edge if the universe.
 

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Do you mean gravitational constant is not a constant ? Also what angle do you have in mind?

I mean gravitation can be attractive or repulsive and the value can change with synchronization, the angle is the phase angle of 2 magnetic field. Each matter emits a magnetic field, high frequency, high amplitude. At small distance we perceive an attraction because the attraction is a little higher than the repulsion due to the phase angle. At bigger distance the phase angle changes and the gravity can be repulsive. Like the frequency is high we can't perceive the attraction and the repulsion, the inertia prevent the movement of our body (or a planet).

The fields are in synchronization like magnet motor can do, imagine 2 planets like 2 magnet rotors (no stator), each rotor turns at the same angular velocity this gives a magnetic field, the fields will become in phase at small distance, exactly like asynchronous motors can do (stator generates a rotational field and the rotor turns). If you increase the distance the inertia can't be controlled by the other magnet and the phase angle is not in attraction, it is a repulsion.

Maybe the angular velocity of the field can change, in that case it could be a parameter too.

Why all particles in the matter are in phase to emit a high amplitude ? because the distance is small, all small 'particle' emits a field, all these fields will be in phase close to close in the matter (not perfectly I think).
« Last Edit: 22/10/2016 21:25:30 by LB7 »
 

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