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Give me your idea in one statement please:
Quote from: Thebox on 18/10/2017 13:17:01Give me your idea in one statement please:I understand where you are coming from. This thread probably contains over 50,000 words, most of which elaborate on the various ideas that make up the ISU model. Are you asking me to summarize one specific idea, or the whole model? I recall suggesting you start with reply #16, since that reply does a good job of summarizing the model, and touches on the most important ideas included:https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=70348.msg514357#msg514357
There is too much to read and understand with so many words. Can you write an abstract? I write my abstract first to get the point across of my idea. Then write the rest according to my abstract .
Quote from: Thebox on 18/10/2017 14:07:31There is too much to read and understand with so many words. Can you write an abstract? I write my abstract first to get the point across of my idea. Then write the rest according to my abstract . Are you saying that reply #16 is too much to read? I suggest you try to take it a little at a time, but maybe we are not destined to communicate about my model. If not, that is understandable, and it is quite alternative anyway.
I did read post 16, I just did not understand your idea. I kind of understand things from a single paragraph , so if you can write a short abstract explaining your idea then I might just get it. I can tell you that the word sponge would conform to my N-field theory. Likewise fields being sponge like to each other . So I am interested in your views and we do agree on several things.
The reason that the universe is spongy in my model is because any given volume of space can contain a vast range of energy in the form of gravitational waves traversing it.
The reason that the universe is spongy in my model is because any given volume of space can contain a vast range of energy in the form of gravitational waves traversing it. For example, in deep space, the amount of wave energy in a given volume of space is very low, relative to the amount of wave energy contained in the same volume of space in the proximity of a massive object,
To me you are not really explaining a few things, what is the energy traversing through space?Also the word contain does not seem correct.
“what is the energy traversing through …
The second part would also not be true, you are assuming there is no other bodies in deep space. Your wording is rather strange but I think you are just describing the inverse square law but in your own way . The transverse to a point source getting denser rather than weaker in magnitude as in the inverse square law. Is this what you are describing?
It is wave energy, like electromagnetic radiation and gravitational waves.