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But the denser the space medium is in the chamber when it is a vacuum the more power of draw you have into the chamber.
an outside universe's nuclear reaction,
The big bang was vastly hotter than any nuclear explosion, and you also have to address the fundamental meaninglessness of "an outside universe".
I think what I'm getting at is that density in the space medium is different then density of matter moving through matter.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 25/01/2021 21:09:30The big bang was vastly hotter than any nuclear explosion, and you also have to address the fundamental meaninglessness of "an outside universe".Maybe the difference is all the heat of that pre big bang universe is stored in the stars and black holes in the galaxy.
A highly dense particle of matter when it moves through the space medium is like a vacuum moving over the rug.
The wave is inward rather then outward. This effect puts a density in the space medium
as the vacuum of the nucleus puts a squeezing stress on the surrounding space medium.
So rather then a boat cutting through water creating a surface wave of density spreading out,
the vacuum that is the nucleus acts as a pit and isn't a physical object that exists.
How is a dense particle in any way act like a Hoover? You see them as mini black holes?
Quote from: Jolly2 on 27/01/2021 18:00:05How is a dense particle in any way act like a Hoover? You see them as mini black holes?The density of the particle, and by density, I mean vacuum density not typical density of a material, acts as a vacuum to surrounding space and pulls it in tighter to the pit causing a field of the space medium to be squeezed and compacted into a dense state. A boat on the water puts pressure down on the surface and its weight causes a wave a certain height to push down on the surface of the water pushing the wave outward to a surface area that is less dense. Vacuum density is unlike typical density. The denser the space medium is the stronger the vacuum pressure. Since the pit of the nucleus is fixed, so too is its gravity field, and the vacuum pressure of this density converts to a positive momentum energy of objects puling together. Positive momentum energy suggest that there is a source of power which is the vacumm density of the particle on the standard density of the universe's space medium.
So you are suggesting in some way a dense particle, is trying like a Hoover to suck the surrounding space medium inside it, but it doesn't actually suck the space medium inside, this force causes a pressure around the particle and a wave as it moves? A wave in the space medium?Which kind of particle are you referencing?