« on: 20/09/2021 15:40:10 »
Consider a speck of detritus in deep space, and since it is a tiny bit of matter, it emits gravitational waves. But to maintain its mass, it must also absorb incoming gravitational waves. In deep space those waves are weaker and far between, so does the bit of matter eventually "evaporate" due to the dearth of incoming?If we consider the known universe is swamped by radiation and gravitational waves this would allow for an open circuit if this is the case then the energy from all the stars can be interconnected. You may have heard of the spooky particle in quantum physics where one particle can instantly have a reaction with another. I have a feeling that this strange phenomena or something like it that has not been discovered as yet is the key to understanding the conscious universe.
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