I regret using the term quarks to describe the smallest particles of matter. Quackery.What word would u now use?
Anyhow u talk of density of spacetime.
Is density of ST a mainstream Einsteinian thing, or do u think that it is slightly heretical?
I have heard of the bending of ST. I have heard of the fabric of ST. But can ST stretch? Can ST compress? Can ST shear? Can ST distort? Can ST change density?
What do u think?
If we bend something it stretches on say top, & it compresses at bottom, & suffers a shearing in other directions. The density changes in some places, in some directions. If we bend ST then i wonder whether we get a similar stretching compression shear etc, ie as for when we bend a something?
Or praps if we bend ST we get a change of shape but no stretching compression shear etc.
What do u think is the mainstream Einsteinian view or views?
I wonder whether a LIGO GW is made up of lots of changing bendings together with associated stretchings & bendings. Or whether a GW is made up of lots of stretchings & compressings with no bending.
If your quarks-particles are made of density of ST, then i think what we have is that density of ST tells ST how to bend, & the bending of ST tells ST how to densify.
Which do u think came first?
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