Reply Thu 24 Oct, 2013 06:00 am
MOTION is an event. Memory of distinct (quantum) events (subjects) gives us sense of- In abstract form to TIME and in concrete form to SPACE. Un-accumulated space-time gives sense of VACUUM (DARK ENERGY) & accumulated space-time to MATTER. Loss of space-time from matter is ENERGY & addition is FORCE / GRAVITY / SPACE-TIME CURVATURE.
 
Lordyaswas
 
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Reply Thu 24 Oct, 2013 06:38 am
@maunas24-10-13,
For the British among you, here is a clarification of that last post, from the Ministry of Communications.

fresco
 
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Reply Thu 24 Oct, 2013 08:40 am
@Lordyaswas,
Nice one !
...and for French speakers...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVJ-W6LioB8
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Thu 24 Oct, 2013 05:47 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
Thanks for clearing that up for us.
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maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Sat 2 Nov, 2013 10:43 am
'MOTION' is the phenomena of gain or loss of QUANTA of SPACE-TIME Called 'EVENTS' by matter. Memory of events gives us sense of- In abstract form as TIME and in concrete form as SPACE. Un-accumulated events gives sense of ABSOLUTE VACUUM whereas accumulation of events is MATTER. Loss of events from matter is ENERGY whereas addition of events to matter is FORCE / GRAVITY / SPACE-TIME CURVATURE.' The universe is limited by a timeless & spaceless absolute vacuum containing no events. But the universe is made up of events.
Now think about the elusive substances, called dark energy and dark matter,and why they have not been detected, & astronomers have to base their existence on the gravitational influence that both exert on normal matter, the parts of the universe that can be seen.
When a volume of events does not contain any structure formed by events such as matter or radiation, it forms quantum vacuum. DARK ENERGY is the energy of the quantum vacuum which is forming and collecting around the universe since it was born.
rosborne979
 
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Reply Sat 2 Nov, 2013 07:22 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
Any hypothesis must be testable and make predictions. How can yours be tested, and what predictions does it make?
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maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Sun 3 Nov, 2013 10:23 am
@maunas24-10-13,
"CRUX OF COSMOS" 14th edition:
Our conceptions of MOTION, ENERGY and FORCE all are based on the observation that these entities involve gain or loss of space-time by matter. In the constitution of MATTER only motion,energy and forces can be found. So Matter is a condensed state of space-time. Memory of distinct (quantum) events (subjects) gives us sense of- In abstract form as TIME and in concrete form as SPACE. So motion= energy= force= matter= space= time.
And all of these are quantized.
fresco
 
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Reply Sun 3 Nov, 2013 01:18 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
http://imageshack.us/scaled/medium/600/stk5.jpg
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Sun 3 Nov, 2013 02:49 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
http://skeptoid.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/35ac9d67135a3d7d419c1ac6ffb71942e22ac02dc7bdc0d75a7ff64c39dfb9c2-300x229.jpg
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Mon 4 Nov, 2013 11:51 pm
@rosborne979,
Circular overhangs of space-time curvatures (without condensation in to matter) which lie around galaxies and clusters of galaxies,at the peripheries of their space-time curvature (these wrinkles of space-time existed from the very beginning of the universe) is the illusion of non-baryonic DARK MATTER. The circular under-hang of space-time forming around the universe by dissolution of non-baryonic dark matter at the edge of the universe is DARK ENERGY which seems to accelerate the expansion of the universe.
Lordyaswas
 
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Reply Tue 5 Nov, 2013 01:35 am
@maunas24-10-13,
I have bookmarked this for when I next experience a bout of insomnia.

I think it will be more effective than a dollop of Dr Potter's Nodoff Jollop.

Thank you.
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Tue 5 Nov, 2013 04:47 am
@maunas24-10-13,
maunas24-10-13 wrote:
Circular overhangs of space-time curvatures ...

Ok, you seem serious about this so I'll play it serious for a while.

Your posts so far are meaningless because you are using terminology and concepts which nobody has ever heard before without building them up from a foundation of known physics.

For example, the quote above needs to be defined by using terms and concepts which we already know and agree on. Otherwise you're just engaging in Scientific WooWoo, and the world's got more than enough of that already.
Abishai100
 
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Reply Thu 7 Nov, 2013 08:19 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
Where does intelligence fit into the physics schema of the universe? Computer scientists attempt to develop sophisticated electrical circuit grids that match the geometric labyrinth of neuronal circuits in the human brain. Is there a relationship between electricity and reflex?

Muscles are dependent on reflex, and muscles enable a human being to control force and weight with reflex energy.

If scientists develop Artificial Intelligence (A.I.), they must understand the subtle relationship between motion of force and collision coordination of electrical energy.

Scholars who study combinatorial mathematics for example investigate the tangible reaction indexes between numbers and hence between objects in motion that carry energy.

Why does a population-analysis Hollywood (USA) movie such as "Celebrity" (1998) remind us of human energy?
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maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 14 Nov, 2013 02:32 am
@rosborne979,
Space-times are the arenas in which all physical events take place—an event is a point in space-time specified by its time and place. Near the space-time curvatures, the space- time is shrink-ed whereas farther away it is dilated. The speed of an object depends on the number of space-time units covered relative to the observer.Which will be same whether the space-time units are shrinked or dilated' so celestial bodies which give an impression of BLACK MATTER are those which are passing through contracted space-time units which lie around galaxies and clusters of galaxies,at the peripheries of their space-time curvature. This gives illusion of high speeds of orbits of these bodies & thus of the presence of black matter.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Thu 14 Nov, 2013 01:28 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
Wrinkles of space- time,present from the beginning of the universe is the Dark matter which straightens up at the peripheries of the universe to become Dark Energy (quantum vacuum) .
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rosborne979
 
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Reply Thu 14 Nov, 2013 07:33 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
Well after reading all of this, one thing I know for certain... If you really are onto something... nobody's ever going to know it.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Fri 15 Nov, 2013 03:06 am
@rosborne979,
Quanta of energy condense into matter when the quantums interact with other energy quantums. Matter decays back to quantums of energy when it interacts with other particles of matter, and adds space-time to the size of the universe through conversion of released energy into quantum vacuum.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Fri 15 Nov, 2013 02:06 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
The light from the early Universe shows it’s not smooth. The distribution of the fluctuations is random, but the amplitudes of the fluctuations are not. Amplitude is how bright they are; in the big map made by Planck, the fluctuations are a wee bit brighter than they should be on one side, and a wee bit dimmer on the other. It was seen in WMAP data and confirmed by Planck. This is because anti-matter formed was a wee bit lesser than was matter formed when the cosmic singularity hatched. The annhilation radiation of matter and anti-matter collisions moved in opposite directions, giving two poles to cosmos. At each pole a quantum vacuum was formed at it's edges. This means that their is also a "NEGATIVE DARK ENERGY" which was equal to our dark energy in exerting it's gravitational pull for expansion of the universe initially, but, quantum fluctuation had caused uneven distribution of matter across the midline between the two poles. Since matter decays into quantum vacuum, the strength of our sides dark energy incresed and will keep on increasing till all of mass-energy of our side does not get converted into quantum vacuum. This explains the vacuum catastrophe which is sometimes cited as the biggest disagreement between theory and experiment ever. They disagree by a factor of at least 10 ^107.
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maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Fri 15 Nov, 2013 02:07 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
The light from the early Universe shows it’s not smooth. The distribution of the fluctuations is random, but the amplitudes of the fluctuations are not. Amplitude is how bright they are; in the big map made by Planck, the fluctuations are a wee bit brighter than they should be on one side, and a wee bit dimmer on the other. It was seen in WMAP data and confirmed by Planck. This is because anti-matter formed was a wee bit lesser than was matter formed when the cosmic singularity hatched. The annihilation radiation of matter and anti-matter collisions moved in opposite directions, giving two poles to cosmos. At each pole a quantum vacuum was formed at it's edges. This means that their is also a "NEGATIVE DARK ENERGY" which was equal to our dark energy in exerting it's gravitational pull for expansion of the universe initially, but, quantum fluctuation had caused uneven distribution of matter across the midline between the two poles. Since matter decays into quantum vacuum, the strength of our sides dark energy increased and will keep on increasing till all of mass-energy of our side does not get converted into quantum vacuum. This explains the vacuum catastrophe which is sometimes cited as the biggest disagreement between theory and experiment ever. They disagree by a factor of at least 10 ^107.
maunas24-10-13
 
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Reply Fri 15 Nov, 2013 09:24 pm
@maunas24-10-13,
The universe initially was 2 dimensional for space. Only when the matter-antimatter annihilation radiations created two perpendicular axes on this 2 dimensional sheet of space as 2 opposite poles containing dark energy in one and anti-dark energy in the other, did it become a 3 dimensional space.
 

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