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This seems a basic dichotomy between matter and energy: matter tends to converge and come to rest; energy tends to diverge and keep going.
Does anyone know where this idea came from?
Quite simply, Gravity is NOT a pull, Gravity is a PUSH from the zero point energy field into mass.
"The Universe appears to have a smooth space-time continuum consisting of three spatial dimensions and one temporal (time) dimension. On the average, space is observed to be very nearly flat (close to zero curvature), meaning that Euclidean geometry is experimentally true with high accuracy throughout most of the Universe." - Excerpt from wikipedia in a section on "Universe [nofollow]".
Think of it as bubbles under water where the water is pressing on the bubble trying to implode it. In the case of matter, zero point energy pushes into the neutral centers of mass to not only create it but also give it materiality. We are held to the planet like wind pushing flies against a wirescreen. As zero point energy flows into the neutral centres of mass, the effect of gravity and weight are produced.
Good ideas, but Gravity is a sticky kind of topic, because if it is found that it is not curved space/time it will throw a big monkey wrench into the bigbang theory. Please see what some very gifted scientists think about gravity here http://photontheory.com/pte.html [nofollow] Thanks,
"As zero point energy flows into the neutral centres of mass"Why isn't it full yet?
I can understand the attractiveness and relevance of this idea that is that gravity is like the Casimir effect for electromagnetic processes that is the presence of matter denies some of the states that the universe could possibly occupy in an area and therefore creates an attractive force. this may be valid but the overall results would be no different from what we see now because the laws are clearly valid so why worry!!!
It's New Theory time.
Can anyone explain the structure of an atom and the particles moving around in them? With certainty not theories?