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Strengths and weaknesses of the Theory of Relativity

sibilia

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Tue 21 Aug, 2012 09:50 am
@dalehileman,
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Posted by Dale:
Thanks again Sib but you didn’t explain—at least to the satisfaction of a typical blockhead (me)--why you reject the idea that gravity is a curvature of space-time.

Because the other side of the coin is that gravity is made by particles called gravitons supposedly.
dalehileman

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Tue 21 Aug, 2012 09:55 am
@sibilia,
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.....that gravity is made by particles called gravitons supposedly.
Aha Sib, I see. However mightn’t the graviton itself represent a distortion of spacetime
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sibilia

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Mon 27 Aug, 2012 11:26 am
Graphic metaphors are a way to understand better the concepts and principles that govern nature.

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sibilia

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Wed 29 Aug, 2012 05:51 am
RELATIONS BETWEEN SPACE AND TIME INTERVALS

From relations between intervals emerge reference frames. An interval is the separation between two points in space or time. The interval of space has two applications: the distance and length (latitude, volume, bodies). The applications of the time interval (changes) are: the duration and "when". The duration is the interval between any two points of a phenomenon. The when is an interval between an effective moment and the start moment of a cycle (hour, date).

...... INTERVAL 1 ................. INTERVAL 2 .................. RESULT
1 - length ............................ latitude ................ position on a plane
2 - distance ........................ duration ................ speed
3 - volume (a and b) .............. duration ................ growth, expansion
4 - distance ......................... when .................... spacetime trajectory
5 - volume (a and b) ............... when .................... size

In case 4, if gravity acts on a moving body curve its spatiotemporal trajectory.
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sibilia

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Thu 6 Sep, 2012 06:30 pm
ENERGY IS RELEASED AND TRANSFORMED

Matter is neither created nor released, only transformed. The energy is not created, but is released and transformed. The matter is transformed into matter and energy into energy. Matter retains or stores energy, but it isn't the energy itself. It's like when we open a faucet. Water is the energy and the pipe matter.

The strong nuclear force holds the nucleus of every atom and it groups protons and neutrons. The bombing of the nucleus by a neutron releases energy. The weak nuclear force allows protons become neutron emitting a radiation in the process. The atomic bomb explosion releases a large amount of destructive energy.

In the nuclear power plant the heat produced by the reactor is used to boil water. The water vapor is used to drive a turbine which is connected to a generator.

In the electric power there is a charge moving through a conductor. Electrons are released. Also in the magnetism energy is released by the movement of electrons.

Chemical energy of a battery is released and converted into electrical energy by the action of an electrolyte.

The heavenly bodies release their gravitational energy into space attracting all nearby bodies. Gravity is a power in state always waving and never becomes particle. It doesn't have charge, because of this is not blindable.

It isn't matter what becomes energy, energy is released. The conversion of energy into matter is impossible.
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