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##### New Theories / Re: On, The Gravitational Wave-Bubble Hypothesis

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**Today**at 07:29:14One early way to look at this, again in contracted form, would be to write the following:

Inverting once again to retrieve the normal format of Einsteins curvature tensor we have:

In terms of the Christoffel symbols, it would look like

Now, take a read of this excerpt from the link provided at the end:

I ask, is this not what the equations above predicts? We can specifically see, the Einstein curvature tensor written in terms of the contracted Christoffel symbols is proportional to possible uncertain energies in the system due to non-commutation in the theory - which is itself an inequality which can be larger or equal to small wavelength. The result is that if the curvature is large enough due to the stress energy from uncertainty, then it will encase the wave and may even be though of preventing a wave from spreading.

Inverting once again to retrieve the normal format of Einsteins curvature tensor we have:

In terms of the Christoffel symbols, it would look like

Now, take a read of this excerpt from the link provided at the end:

''Gravitational confinement. What causes the internal motion to be captured? Without introducing a new force, gravity seems to be the best candidate for the required confinement field. From general relativity we know that a strong gravitational field can curve speed-of-light propagation into a closed path. Furthermore, a sufficient amount of energy propagating in an orbit can be held in that configuration by its own gravity. Wheeler calls such a self-maintained object a "geon" [5]. This seems to be a tenable model of internal confinement, i.e., internal propagation takes place in a volume of tightly curved space-time formed gravitationally by the trapped energy itself. ''''Gravitational confinement. What causes the internal motion to be captured? Without introducing a new force, gravity seems to be the best candidate for the required confinement field. From general relativity we know that a strong gravitational field can curve speed-of-light propagation into a closed path. Furthermore, a sufficient amount of energy propagating in an orbit can be held in that configuration by its own gravity. Wheeler calls such a self-maintained object a "geon" [5]. This seems to be a tenable model of internal confinement, i.e., internal propagation takes place in a volume of tightly curved space-time formed gravitationally by the trapped energy itself. ''

**...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please REGISTER or LOGIN**I ask, is this not what the equations above predicts? We can specifically see, the Einstein curvature tensor written in terms of the contracted Christoffel symbols is proportional to possible uncertain energies in the system due to non-commutation in the theory - which is itself an inequality which can be larger or equal to small wavelength. The result is that if the curvature is large enough due to the stress energy from uncertainty, then it will encase the wave and may even be though of preventing a wave from spreading.