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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: Junior137 on 29/04/2019 21:20:39

Title: Does the concept of Planck time shells imply that gravity is quantised?
Post by: Junior137 on 29/04/2019 21:20:39
Hello forum members, this is my 1st post here.

I have been working on a project of my own for more years than I care to remember. The project relates to a radical, unique idea regarding the nature of physical reality. I believe I have now formulated the theory as far as it can go.  The theoretical model I have discovered incorporates nothing more than a reinterpretation of the relationship between gravity, time and space and electromagnetism.

The purpose of this post is to begin with 1st describing some of the conclusions reached by the model - but without going into describing the specific details of why it is so. By inviting critique and questions from forum members, I can then reply in detail to specific points raised for any of the conclusions mentioned. In this way, I hope to describe the mechanics of different aspects of the model in more detail as I proceed.

1.The model postulates as an assumption, that the natural rest state of the universe is complete equilibrium. The propensity of empty space to immediately return to a state of equilibrium can be regarded as a permanent field which permeates the universe. This 'equilibrium field' equates with the cosmological constant.

2. At the nucleus of every atom of matter in the universe, there exists a singularity. Every black hole in the universe represents a static focal point in empty space of the relative gravity field which surrounds it. Any given gravity field is an instantaneous monopole property of empty space which is permanently orientated in the direction of the focal point singularity.

3. The relative value of the Planck unit applicable to our own observable universe was established at the moment of the Big Bang singularity. As such, the gravity field of the BB [ie, the folding of empty space on the radial line]must comply with the Planck length constant.   The model postulates that the physical universe at the macro and micro scale is constructed of Planck shells. Each Planck shell is separated on the radial line by 1 Planck length. This implies that the folding of empty space on the radial line [ie, the force of gravity] is quantised in increments of the Planck length.  This further implies that time itself is therefore also quantised in increments determined by the Planck length.

4. A Planck shell is only viable when the length of it's circumference is an even number multiple of and which is divisible by the diameter of a proton. Each viable Planck shell has a corresponding specific notional free fall lateral velocity. This specific notional lateral velocity of any given Planck time shell equates with a value where the lateral electric charge at any given point on the surface of the shell is at right angles to the monopole of the gravity field and the radial folding of space and progression of time. The free fall velocity represents a point of synchronous equilibrium between time and space and which therefore determines the speed of light.

5. The Cosmic Microwave Radiation represents the true Big Bang beginning of space and time [and therefore physical reality] of our observable universe. The CMB represents the Planck shell at which hydrogen is created. It also represents the beginning of electromagnetic radiation [light] in the universe. As such, there is no 'before' the creation of hydrogen in the universe.  The notional  volume of space enclosed by the CMB Planck shell can be regarded as a sphere of equilibrium possessing nothing more than the monopole gravity field which extends from the focal nucleus  singularity.

6. Our consciousness exists on a Planck sphere of a fixed radial distance in time from the BB - which determines the age of the universe as being 13.8 billion years old. Any observer who exists on the surface of the same Planck shell will agree on the age of the universe.   When we look up into the night sky, our only line of sight is determined by the monopole of empty space which is permanently orientated in the direction of the BB singularity. The furthest thing we can observe in the cosmos is the CMB. From our perspective on the specific Planck shell on which our consciousness exists, we are not looking out into space, but backwards in time. If we apply this 'outside in' principle to our present observations of the distant regions of the cosmos, it explains why those regions appear to expanding slower than it is 'now'. Such an application of the model dispenses with the need to invent dark energy in order to explain it.

These are the 1st list of conclusions inherent in the proposed model and look forward to answering any questions regarding  the subject matter.