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Ok, I see what you mean, the universe is smooth and there is no "dimple" in space and nobody really knows why.
Gen. Relativity is wrong.
As proof of this after the Big Bang the first force to separate was gravity. The universe didnt cool enough for atoms to form for 380,000 years, if GR was correct gravity would have formed a big dimple in space ...
...during that time when atoms formed they would have moved toward the center of this dimple.
This didnt happen atoms spread out and formed everywhere creating galaxies throughout space.
GR is great for math in certain situations but thinking that spaces dimpled at sources of gravity is incorrect.
The graviton travels with the photon, due to the fact that the graviton is affected by gravity, this is why light bends near a strong gravitational fields, not a curvature of space time.
I disagree with that statement, if the graviton did not travel with the photon. It would be unaffected by a gravity field, and travel straight. As I said different things can have the same affect it gives the appearance of a curve space when the photon bends in a gravity field.
According to you,, You cannot distort / displace spacetime. So we need to toss out Einsteins General Relavity? Because if spacetime cannot distort/displace, there would be no curvature around the planets, stars,moons. I can see where you would think that. After all, it would mean you dont understand General Relativity.
Pmb, the appearance of curved space time is a well known fact,,
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...curved space time is a well known fact,, called gravitational lensing,...
...and that is (ONLY) done through the appearance of curved spacetime around any steller object of matter and mass, and due to it's amount of spacetime displacement.
According to you,, You cannot distort / displace spacetime.
Alan, Pmb not once,, on any thread I have read,, has stated his (knowledge)
I don't foresee his/him every standing behind his statements with either , fact, theory or hypothesis.
He will ever, start calling person names however, when you ask him to explain anything he says
I think that the curvature of space is induced when gravitons bend, when light bends around massive objects, it bends the graviton thus curving space, but you don't need a massive object to bend a cooper pair, you simply need to spin it in a ring containing cooper pairs (spinning superconductor) But to get the electron phonon interaction to be at resonance to effect the graviton then you have to create something of the order of 20,000 RPM this corresponds with the phonon resonance frequency which is around 20,000 hz.
If you have a loss of mass gravity would go up, this isn't happening so something is balancing out this problem.
Okay, I am slightly guilty, I made this particular post to try and bring attention to my theory. I am not faulting general relativity. I wish you would explain why it appears like I am inexperienced. What I meant by the sun is If you are converting mass to energy you are losing mass, if you're losing mass. The gravity constant would go up. If the gravity constant does not go up, something is balancing out the equation. The sun has lost approximately 7% of its mass, but that gravity has remained constant
I'm pretty sure it was Cambridge Encyclopedia of the sun,Am also pretty sure that the timeframe was since his birth. If necessary I can look it up and double check.
... I do remember that 100 earths worth of hydrogen, have been converted to helium. This is a pretty large volume and would have some effect.