Tuesday, 2 October 2012


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2nd October 2012 - Taking a well earned break from the awful depressing machinations about tax, money and power, my thoughts revert to the BIG QUESTIONS about life, the universe and everything.

For your education and delight, I have already solved the mysteries of Gravity, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Lifeforce and our eternal lives, but traditional science is taking a little time to catch on. They will get there in the end. My slides also show that we all become immortal and persist in the Universe "Until the end of days" by broadcasting our thoughts and actions. So, think good thoughts.

In the meantime, to continue my mission to "Speak now or forever hold thy peace" - in other words, to say what I think about the few subjects I have studied in my nearly 70 years of experience on this planet - here is the definitive answer or at least some new leading questions to "What is Gravity?"

Newton accepted gravity as a given. It existed and so he studied it. He found that all matter attracts all other matter with a very slight tug or force that links their centres (centre of gravity). And Newton's brilliant, genius formulas allow us to work out the force and direction required to, for example, send a rocket to Mars and land Curiosity, the mobile auto-explorer. Einstein had a bash by saying that all matter makes a dint in Space-Time (in the Aether or primary energy field or Higgs Field which he half denied existed, so he called it Space-Time. Many top experts do this to hi-jack the terminology and obscure the logic trail but Einstein had just eliminated fixed dimensions and found Time to be flexible, so in this case he was justified to coin new terms). So Einstein's idea is that, say, a cricket ball floating in space far enough away from big objects to be independent, sits in a kind of hollow or at the bottom of a hole, down which other (logically smaller) objects fall to meet the cricket ball. It adds nothing to Newton's simple acceptance of the phenomenon but it did enable Einstein to do some even cleverer maths and predict light beams from stars bending around the Sun - that has a lot of gravity. So the two cleverest scientists to date did/do not know what gravity is. 

In my GRAVITY AND MOONSHINE  article below, I wonder what happens if we dig a tunnel right through the centre of the Moon, from surface to surface, and jump down it. What happens at the very middle where we stop falling down and start climbing up. At this centre, we are surrounded by a lot of matter which has a lot of gravity. Will it pull us up towards it? Why are all the bits of Moon-matter trying to get to the centre? They are surrounded by other gravity bits in all directions, so why huddle up to the ones nearest the middle? Has any scientist ever seen twenty or thirty atoms drift together and stick - and then all try to get to the centre? I think not. But Newton's maths work absolutely accurately on a centre to centre basis. If we fall down a deep hole on Earth, we do fall towards the centre. But if the hole is deep enough we must stop falling at some point. Where is that point? 

Do all objects, regardless of size have a black-hole at their centre, into which all the matter is continually trying to fall? Or, to shoehorn in my Expansion is Gravity idea, is continuous Hubble Expansion creating a partial vacuum or attenuation at the centre which the matter is constantly trying but failing to fill?

More data is needed. In the meantime, my theory that Expansion is Gravity EIG is as good as it gets. See the slides via the link.  (AS .PDF WEB-FILES MYSTERIOUSLY COLLAPSE - IT IS ALSO ON YOUTUBE, WITH MUSIC, WHICH WORKS. MY PDFs WILL HAVE TO BE CONVERTED BACK TO html)


And finally, why are are we classed as a Carbon Based Life Form when we are 70% water? Surely we are a Water-Based form.

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