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If future studies show increased density with distance, and in all directions, how will science explain this. This will be new. How will this fit in?
What could this mean?
What could this mean?
I see it differently.
Gravity force and tidal creates energy.
Rotation is a direct outcome of gravity force.
The Kinetic energy is directly affected by the orbital velocity.
So, Newton gravity force which had been set ONLY by mass and radius (and the constant G), has a direct impact on the orbital velocity and that orbital velocity sets the Kinetic orbital energy.
Therefore, The kinetic energy is a direct outcome of the gravity force and not the other way.
So, even the potential energy is a direct outcome of mass and distance (or radius). As the gravity force is a direct outcome of mass and radius - the potential energy is also an outcome of gravity force.
Gravity force can create new energy
How did you get the 29% for the BH?
What should be the gravity lost in the Moon which have already lost its rotate energy?
Please show the formula which links the rotate energy to gravity force.
Again - Please show the formula which links between the two.
It seems to me that you are using the conservation of energy at the wrong place.
I have already discussed about Newton formula that shows that Gravity generates energy.
If I understand you correctly, you claim that the total rotation energy (Kinetic + potential) is fixed.
So, if we take an object to the infinity - we can also claim that its potential energy is infinite.
Just based on this idea we can claim that the energy in our Universe is infinity.
In reality - if it is far enough, it will not be affected by the gravity force any more.
So, although the potential energy should be infinite
the gravity force between those two objects at a distance of infinite is virtually zero
and therefore there is no meaning for that Potential energy.
On the other way, I could claim that the virtual pair are coming from the infinity.
So, at the moment of creation, their infinite potential energy had been transformed into Kinetic energy.
I assume that if you give the possibility to transform energy between kinetic and potential than you should also agree with that sort of idea.
So, as the balloon expands, all stars stay on the surface? Or does the surface have a thickness? Is the density of that depth, the same as the density of the surface? Hows come we can't detect a density edge? There is no inner edge or outer edge.The balloon surface is a 2D analogy of a 3D universe.