Theoretical - Philosophical Physics : Space and Time into a single Continuum
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"Watch the Stars and From them Learn"-Albert Einstein Research @ http://www.youtube.com/sn1pe352 "Put your hand on a hot stove for a Minute, and it seems like an Hour. Sit with a pretty girl for an Hour, and it seems like a Minute. THAT'S RELATIVITY."-Albert Einstein "Apparently we are living in a Bose-Einstein Condensate in which all particles are immersed. If we turned it off, mass would vanish and everything would fly apart in a nanosecond," The first known philosopher Thales of Miletus taught that all things derive from a single first cause or Arche (Water) he also taught that the world is harmonious, and is intelligible to rational understanding I believe in Spinoza's God who reveals Itself in the orderly harmony of what exists"-Albert Einstein "Spinoza contended that everything that exists in Nature (i.e., everything in the Universe) is one Reality (substance) and there is only one set of rules governing the whole of the reality" This Paradigm is in line with James Clerk Maxwell's concept that the universe is existing in a dynamic medium that has many properties very much like those found in fluids such as water "According to the general theory of relativity space without aether is unthinkable." - A.Einstein, Sidelights on Relativity, 1922, page 23. "Fisk's model suggests that the magnetic field lines coming from the Sun look like a wild tornado" Michael Faraday (1791-1867) "I cannot conceive curved lines of force without the conditions of a physical existence in that intermediate space." James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) "...we cannot help thinking that in every place where we find these lines of force, some physical state or action must exist in sufficient energy to produce the actual phenomena." LOOK up at the sky. Almost everything out there is spinning around: stars, galaxies, planets, moons - they are all rotating. Yet physicists believe that the universe itself is not revolving. Why? There's countless numbers of physicist who think it is entirely possible that our universe is spinning on an axis. If these people are right, it could make understanding the universe a whole lot simpler. You could stop worrying about the big problems in cosmology: the origin of the big bang, the nature of dark energy and maybe dark matter too. You could get rid of the strange idea that the universe went through a superfast period of expansion known as inflation. You might even be able to halt the attempt to find a theory that marries together quantum theory and Einstein's general theory of relativity. Is it so hard to let the cosmos spin? Yes, it is, at least while general relativity rules the universe. In order to solve the hideously complex equations of general relativity - Einstein's theory of gravity - cosmologists assume that the universe is the same in every direction. Although general relativity can allow the universe to rotate, rotation requires an axis, and a cosmic axis of rotation would bestow a "special" direction on the universe - along the axis. Since there is no observational evidence that such a direction exists, the assumption has always been that the universe is not rotating. Mazur has a simple response to this: don't assume that general relativity has all the answers. Where do they get this heretical idea from? "From looking at where general relativity breaks down," Mazur says. General relativity provides an excellent description of what happens in the normal, day-to-day events in the universe, but it fails in "extreme" circumstances. Its equations are unable to tell us anything precise about events such as high-energy particle collisions, for instance, or the collapse of stars into black holes. Mazur and Chapline say, is in the way it allows time to break down. General relativity allows the formation of loops in time in certain circumstances. Sometimes, for instance, a kind of one-dimensional fault line in space-time known as a "cosmic string" can form. When such a string spins rapidly around an axis along its length, it creates a loop in time; travel round one of these "closed time-like curves" (CTCs) and you'll keep coming back to the same moment in time. Mazur and Chapline contend that, according to general relativity, the same thing can happen with a rotating black hole. The trouble is, quantum theory requires time to be "universal" - there should never be closed loops of time isolated from the time in the rest of the universe. That means quantum theory can't work everywhere in a universe governed by general relativity. relativity's view of space and time - what cosmologists call the vacuum - must be wrong. "There is but One universe, One Mind, One force, One substance. The substance, or body, of God is light. The substance of all 'created' things is light. Light is the living substance of Mind in action. Life is the pulsing, electro-magnetic oscillation of thinking mind."-Walter Russell
Added on Apr 6, 2013 by lonewolf
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