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A NOVA VIDEO
D T YARBROUGH
THE FABRIC OF SPACE
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One problem with explaining my theories to someone is that I first have to explain to them what scientist believe and how my theory differs. Most people, unfamiliar with the standard theory, can't believe that scientists really believe what I tell them. This time I've decided to let them tell you. Watch the video. It's quite interesting if you like science fiction. Below are my comments on some of the statements made in the video. What is the dancer spinning in relation too? Her center of gravity. Why doesn't the moving cab add to the speed of light from its headlights? The speed of light is determined and limited by the medium through which it passes. If you run toward a wall, the wall approaches you faster than if you were motionless, but this is not true with light. It is true with light. Even if you are silly enough to believe spacetime can be warped by your speed such that light will always appear to move at a constant speed, why wouldn't the wall also appear that way? In the early examples of space time in the video it is a 3 dimensional framework, yet when they try to demonstrate gravity, it is a 2 dimensional sheet. It is neither. As a framework or sheet, it would have no specific orientation. Time has no place in the framework of space and empty space is more closely related to an ocean of particles, much smaller than photons and electrons, that make up magnetic fields. Picture the 2 dimensional sheet of spacetime in every possible orientation around a massive object and you have a shield that would divert objects around and away from the massive object. Black hole are collapsed stars. Gravity is millions of time weaker than magnetism at close distances. Gravity can not possibly crush an atom or remove the empty space between atoms. If it could, the star would collapse before it ever became a star, while it was cool and more massive. Most of the frequencies of the electromagnetic spectrum can't even penitrate the atmosphere of earth. It isn't hard to imagine atmospheres around slightly more massive objects that would block the entire spectrum. Place these objects a light year away from the nearest source of reflectable light and you have a black object, not a black hole. Gyroscopes prove that massive objects drag space. Anything spinning in a pool of water will drag water with it. Empty space is far from empty. Particles are constantly popping in and out of existance. The spin of electrons, protons, and photons drag the even smaller particles of empty space along with them. They create a vortex of moving particles that make up their magnetic fields. The faster they spin, the larger the vortex. The fast they move, the slower they spin(conservation of energy). Typically the photons, electrons and protons are in constant motion, striking each others magnetic fields with glancing blows, and maintaining their somewhat reduced spin. Every now and then, a head on collision occurs where forward motion is stopped and spin increases dramatically, creating a field large enough for scientists to notice. At the same time this ballooning of the field sets them in motion once more. For a very brief moment, they seem to pop into existance from out of nowhere and just as quickly vanish back into nothingness.
This same shrinking of fields due to forward velocity and reduced spin, can allow gravity to compress matter slightly in larger fast spinning objects. It is also what prevents accelerators from being able to accelerate proton or electrons to the speed of light. They become unresponsive to the magnetic field of the accelerator when their fields weaken. Scientists believe it is because their mass increases, but this only true for composite matter(atoms, molecules, etc). The Higgs Field( made up of Higgs bozons) is what give mass to matter. This is the same ocean of tiny particles that I predict makes up empty space. These particles, within the vortex of a spinning electron, is what gives the electron its mass and magnetic field. The stronger the field, the more difficult for the electron to move within this ocean, thus the greater the mass. The Big Bang occurred 13.7 billion years ago and the universal rate of expansion is increasing. We see galaxies today that were over 13 billions light years away when the universe was only 300 million years old. According to einstein, the frequency of the light was stretched but its speed never changed. Inflation had to occur at an average rate of 43 times the speed of light. The hubble constant would have been 43 times greater than it is today. At the rate of expansion today, those galaxies would have just now reached the distance they were 13 billion years ago. Inflation must have slowed to less than the hubble constant and then began to accelerate once more. If a force exists to accelerate the rate of expansion, how did the expansion slow to below todays rate of expansion. If the speed of light changed due to expanding space, the galaxy could have been nearby when the light left it, but since the space between us and the galaxy expanded at or faster than the speed of light, the light could not reach us until the expansion slowed. No inflationary period was required. Today, the rate of expansion, at close proximity, is equivilant to the sun moving ½ mile farther away in 100 years, while objects at the edge of the visible universe still move at or faster than the speed of light. This assumes there actually is or was an expansion. Any expansion has a center, a point at which objects move away at every increasing speeds relative to distance, and equally in all directions. But there is only one such point in any expansion. Are we to believe that we are at the one and only center of universal expansion? Scientists argue that any point in our universe would appear to be the center of expansion. There is only one explanation for such a phenomenon, and it has nothing to do with raisen bread. The apparent expansion is due to the polution of space by the solar winds created by billions upon billions of stars. Space is becoming more opaque to light. Dimming of the light from stars makes them appear farther away. Red light is least affected by this polution so light from greater distance appears to be shifted more into the red part of the spectrum when in fact, the red is practically all that remains of light that left the most distant stars. Some can only be seen in infrared. Without the expansion of space and with a better understanding of gravity and galactic motion, dark energy is not needed to explain the universe. The particles already mentioned in the ocean of space may be the dark matter scientists are looking for. The three dimensional world we experience may be a holographic representation of the real two dimentional world on the surface of the universe. And you thought I was crazy.