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What is gravity? Scientists are perplexed how objects could attract each other. Newton came out with good formulas to show that the sun attracts the Earth and two lead balls in the lab attract each other. The apple falls to the ground. surely objects attract each other. But that is not true. The sun is constantly radiating gravitational waves. The earth is radiating gravitational waves. These wave do not flow out freely into empty space. they jump one tiny space at a time at the speed of light. As they jump they push against the previous spherical wave and push it. this in turn kicks back upon the sun and the earth.Thus the Earth has self gravity due to the radiation of its own waves. the same is true of the sun. As we look at the radiation pattern, you get a complex picture of a total kickback between sun and earth which is centered at the gravitational mass center of the two objects. Thus the net force of the total kickback effect pushes the earth toward the sun. This is countered by the rotational of the earth around the sun. As the Earth radiates gravitational waves, the mass of the Earth decreases with time and the Earth expands. the radiation is spherical waves and this is not readily picked up since our instruments look for photons with linear radiation. Gravity is caused by spherical radiation of dot-waves which have a mass/energy of 1.566E-72Kilograms. This is much too small for our instruments to detect although we can measure the effect of huge numbers of radiated dot-waves from black holes as presently being studied.

What is gravity? Scientists are perplexed how objects could attract each other. Newton came out with good formulas to show that the sun attracts the Earth and two lead balls in the lab attract each other. The apple falls to the ground. surely objects attract each other. But that is not true.

The sun is constantly radiating gravitational waves. The earth is radiating gravitational waves.

in my theory, quantum metaphysics, I present that gravity is a kind of compression of information that influences the perception of moving objects.Moreso, that everything is information is some information can be interepreted as "gravity". This information changes as the radius of the fundamental field (around the basic unit of perspective) changes.Whatever it may be, it's certainly interesting to think about.

That is quite wrong. According to general relativity (GR) the Sun and Earth do not radiate gravitational waves. For that to happen those bodies would have to have a time varying mass distribution. Since each of them are spherical their mass distribution does not vary with time as they rotate.

When I started my dot-wave theory in 1981, I called them dots and I calculated the mass/energy of each dot. Years later when I self-published "Doppler Space Time" (c) 2000 I still called them dots. They existed in huge quanties within the proton, electron, and neutron. There are 1.0691E45 dots per neutron. Slowly over time they became spherical waves. In addition as I self published "The Gravitational Wave and the Dot-Wave theory (c) 2016, It became clear to me that the oscillating dot-wave can shrink to the size of a dot and then expand to the size of a neutron or proton. This oscillation gives it mass and energy. So the dot-wave is a dot and then expands and returns to being a dot. The important thing is that we can get billions of billions of dot-waves within the neutron. The radiation of the dot-waves is that they leave a neutron or proton in harmony with the expansion of the universe. So they cannot all flow out because the neutron itself is the size of the universe when you consider all the dot-waves that have radiated out since the neutrons formed. This is pure spherical radiation like a light sphere and not the type of radiation such as a photon traveling in a straight line.

my theory is : every big mass can bend the time to go slow and if time is going slow the objects get more stability so other objects try to get close to gain stability and we call it gravity

Quote from: jerrygg38What is gravity? Scientists are perplexed how objects could attract each other. Newton came out with good formulas to show that the sun attracts the Earth and two lead balls in the lab attract each other. The apple falls to the ground. surely objects attract each other. But that is not true. The main problem with your assertion here is that science does not deal with the concepts of true and false.Quote from: jerrygg38 The sun is constantly radiating gravitational waves. The earth is radiating gravitational waves. That is quite wrong. According to general relativity (GR) the Sun and Earth do not radiate gravitational waves. For that to happen those bodies would have to have a time varying mass distribution. Since each of them are spherical their mass distribution does not vary with time as they rotate.

Remove you dots of your intrinsic ''space-time'' matrix and replace with 0 point space or 0 point source, all of space is made of 0 points that make up the volume, all 0 points are ''adjoined'' by the strong nuclear force of ''space'' itself.

Planets have no weight at all, the weight on a surface of planet is resulted by the difference of compression of out side, against the inner corre expansion, this event ends at the edge of the atmosphere, in the case of earth, the eletromagnetism goes beyond but using the vortexes, the poles to leak, how?

Unfortunately the idea that space has some properties enables mathematicians to formulate equations that really have no valid practical reality. the universe is an engineering entity and not a scientific/mathematical entity. therefore instead of games of numbers involving properties of space and time, it is necessary to really understand a practical physically realizable universe. Einsteins space time is ultimately meaningless. The universe is a real place and governed by real laws.

This is an interesting idea, but it doesn't likely work since there is evidence that the planets interact with each other through gravitation.In every case, if you want your idea to be taken seriously, you have to be able to use it to calculate the orbits of the planets at least as well as Newton's theory can. If you can't use it to calculate an orbit, it isn't gravitational physics.

This is an interesting idea, but it doesn't likely work since there is evidence that the planets interact with each other through gravitation.

There is evidence of planets emanating eletromagnetism, and eletromagnetism interacts with space fabric expanding it and compressing, providing different temperatures, changing its densisty, and planets are only providing the source of heat and eletromagnetism, the real deal is that they are being "pushed" one agains the other simple by being existing,

Quote from: Alex Siqueira on 02/07/2016 05:17:03There is evidence of planets emanating eletromagnetism, and eletromagnetism interacts with space fabric expanding it and compressing, providing different temperatures, changing its densisty, and planets are only providing the source of heat and eletromagnetism, the real deal is that they are being "pushed" one agains the other simple by being existing, In many respects the gravitational field and the electromagnetic field operate in the same manner. the moon spins around the Earth and interacts with the Earths field. This causes an induced gravitational field in the moon and gravitational eddy currents. thus we heat up the moon. At the same time the moon heats us up. The face of the moon is phase locked to the Earth. thus over time the eddy currents forced the moon's face to be stationary. Therefore the gravitational field caused gravitational eddy currents and we ended up with an electrical type motor. It is true that the magnetic fields will produce electrical eddy currents as well. thus we have magnetic effects and gravitational effects. Your concepts have to explain why two heavy lead balls in the laboratory attract each other. No magnetic effects are measured but the gravitational field is measured. So any theory of gravity you have must explain the lab measurements of the two lead balls.