Re: Vacuum question - mystical answer split from main thread

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Offline ksgaur1

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I belong to India. There is concept of Brahma. Brahma is all pervading in whole universe. There is no vacuum. The concept of aether  has very much resemblance to our Brahma. In aether concept, there are three constituents i.e. Energy, Aether and matter. But in our concept, there is only Brahma which manifests itself by two constituents i.e. Brahma (equivalent to Aether) and energy. The main thing which is not taken into aether concept is that we, the observing systems, are  made of enrgy only and what we call matter, is also form of energy. Hence the visible so called is only movement of energy into three dimensional aether like Brahma. This visibility  process is the interaction of two energy systems i.e. energy seen by the energy seeing. The so called vacuum is made substance( which can be defined only by trends of energy trasactions) which may called aether or Brahma where is no movement or travel of energy or where the energy movement/perturbations/vibrations can't be seen by our observing energy systems. In fact, the energy in this part may be zero or less than a photon. Our observing systems require at least one photon to see another systems.  I hope, The aether theory may be made perfect if some minor modifications are adopted in approach of understanding the energy, matter, aether. In Brahma concept, there is no particle concept whereas aether has been dealt as see of particles. I want interaction with someone who is deeply committed to make aether concept as real and having logical potentiality of expression of all natural phenomenons.


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Moved to new theories as this is certainly not mainstream physics.  Please do not post such alternative ideas in the main forum
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I belong to India. There is concept of Brahma. Brahma is all pervading in whole universe. There is no vacuum.
Brahma is part of Hinduism and Hinduism is one of the religions I studied in college, a college which is a religious college, requiring fourr semesters of religious studies. And Hinduism is part of what I chose to study and that's where it began, and not where it ended, it has never ended. I enjoy learning about these studies.

Regarding Brahma - It is not as you've described or is as typically described in any religion texts I've ever seen.

I'm also certain that any indian physicists would disagree with you. At best Brahma may be pervading in all the universe but that doesn't mean that Braham consits of matter which interacts with the particles in space. None has ever been detected.

This doesn't belong in this forum since this is a forum fo new theories and what you've stated has, at it's very best, been known as part of religion, one of the worlds greatest religions. What you've done is misused a forum on New Theories. But this is for new scientific theories, not religious ones. If it has any place to be discussed it is not in this place.

Brahma is defined as follows
"Brahma (Hinduism)," Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Brahma (Hinduism), in Hindu mythology, the creator. Brahma's name is etymologically connected with brahman, the neuter noun that denotes the ultimate cosmic principle. Brahma is sometimes said to form a trinity with Vishnu the Sustainer and Shiva the Destroyer, but he does not have the status that creator gods ordinarily enjoy in mythology. Brahma's creative ability amounts to little more than a technical expertise that he employs at the bidding of other gods.
Although the attribute of creative activity is ascribed to various gods in the older Vedic period, in the stage of the Brahmanas (a category of Vedic literature concerned with dogma and ritual, but containing also legend and abstract speculations), the father god, Prajapati, or Brahma, appears as the individual creator. In the Manu Smriti or Laws of Manu, Brahma is described as self-existent and as evolving the world from an egg-the doctrine of the cosmic egg-and his existence endures for an eon that is practically eternal. The traditional Hindu representations of Brahma often show him as born in a lotus sprung from the navel of Vishnu. Five heads were originally assigned to him.

Sorry but I don't buy anything you've said and I doubt any Hindi physicist would either.
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