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**New Theories / Re: Finite extending gravity range explained**

« **on:**01/11/2019 17:54:47 »

Gravity:

As a result of my previous argument , gravity has a zero value , must exists somewhere in infinite space-time, it means gravity doesn't extend with its zero value to infinity , and it means the idea of gravity never reach zero is wrong, my argument is for a moving object from zero co-ordinate to 1 unit it starts infinitely small to reach the 1 unit which represent infinity, it means if the object starts infinitely small it will reach infinitely the 1 unit, if the object starts infinitely it will cover all the possible fractions that could be, , an d it will end up at infinity which is the 1 unit, it starts from infinity " the zero " and ends up at 1 unit which is itself represent infinity

Gravity starts from zero infinitely small and ends at let's say 5 Newton, while for the object zero can be reached , it is the same idea for gravity, the zero unit for the object is reachable " starting backwards from 1 unit", gravity zero value is reachable, the idea of unreachable zero value is wrong, if we compare the " 0 and 1 " case the zero will be reachable , for gravity the 0 zero is unreachable , the comparison is the object moves from 1 to zero reaches zero if it won't reach zero the zero should moves to infinity becoming unreachable , for gravity if zero gravity is unreachable the zero should exists at infinity , it means zero value extends infinitely, but if so the value of gravity between let's say 5 and zero will extend infinitely, and the gravity value between 5 and zero will change continuously, since the coordinates points will take new positions.

According to my theory zero gravity exists and reachable, starting from let's say 5 to 0, the zero exists at the edge of a range the gravity range a according to my theory extends withe speed of light , the gravity value decreases infinitely from let's say 5 to 0, I.e the zero is reachable, beyond this range gravity value is zero. It doesnt matter when the mass exists causing gravity range.

The idea of extendable range my theory and current theory extending zero to infinity is different, the values of co-ordinate point according to my theory are fixed the range extends leaving gravity value without change, and the current theory problem is mentioned above.

As a result of my previous argument , gravity has a zero value , must exists somewhere in infinite space-time, it means gravity doesn't extend with its zero value to infinity , and it means the idea of gravity never reach zero is wrong, my argument is for a moving object from zero co-ordinate to 1 unit it starts infinitely small to reach the 1 unit which represent infinity, it means if the object starts infinitely small it will reach infinitely the 1 unit, if the object starts infinitely it will cover all the possible fractions that could be, , an d it will end up at infinity which is the 1 unit, it starts from infinity " the zero " and ends up at 1 unit which is itself represent infinity

Gravity starts from zero infinitely small and ends at let's say 5 Newton, while for the object zero can be reached , it is the same idea for gravity, the zero unit for the object is reachable " starting backwards from 1 unit", gravity zero value is reachable, the idea of unreachable zero value is wrong, if we compare the " 0 and 1 " case the zero will be reachable , for gravity the 0 zero is unreachable , the comparison is the object moves from 1 to zero reaches zero if it won't reach zero the zero should moves to infinity becoming unreachable , for gravity if zero gravity is unreachable the zero should exists at infinity , it means zero value extends infinitely, but if so the value of gravity between let's say 5 and zero will extend infinitely, and the gravity value between 5 and zero will change continuously, since the coordinates points will take new positions.

According to my theory zero gravity exists and reachable, starting from let's say 5 to 0, the zero exists at the edge of a range the gravity range a according to my theory extends withe speed of light , the gravity value decreases infinitely from let's say 5 to 0, I.e the zero is reachable, beyond this range gravity value is zero. It doesnt matter when the mass exists causing gravity range.

The idea of extendable range my theory and current theory extending zero to infinity is different, the values of co-ordinate point according to my theory are fixed the range extends leaving gravity value without change, and the current theory problem is mentioned above.