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Empty space inside galaxies must be different than empty space outside of them

 
 
Reply Wed 30 Oct, 2019 08:39 pm
Isn't it strange we can track the gap between some galaxies spreading faster than the speed of light? Two galaxies are gaining distance so fast that it's quicker than light. Well, that's what they tell us. And that it's fine that is quicker than light because it's just the space between the objects going faster.

What? Nobody questions how weird this is?
If that were true, our galaxy would be moving faster than light.
The extra distance usually isn't even in the direction they are moving to or away from.

It turns out that quantum fluctuations in empty space is proof spacetime is around. You aren't going to find it in empty space outside of galaxy. It's why the space outside a galaxy "expands" and nothing inside does. It's as if galaxies have a spacetime bubble around them. That means empty space outside one is truely empty, it's nothingness (the quantum field without fluctuations).

If the galaxies aren't actually moving that fast ..it implies nothingness has a variable of distance that doesn't actually produce physical distance. It's unreal distance? Unobservable distance? Devoid of spacetime? It's as if spacetime bubbles cause galaxies to free fall through nothingness to cause these gaps between them. Or maybe the opposite ..the bubbles are rising. Should we start screwing around with an extra dimension to explain it?

Nothingness isn't going to expand even if there is an outer shell (the big bang) getting larger. It's nothingness. There isn't anything to enlarge. Spacetime bubbles seem to be attached to the outer shell though. ..so the bubbles are moving in empty space, but because it is in nothingness, it doesn't get a speed/momentum.

Spacetime bubbles are attached to the outer shell(the big bang) by something unexpected. Every galaxy has a supermassive black hole at the center. This black hole is what attaches/anchors galaxies to the outer shell. The black hole also gives the gift of spacetime. Singularities or the outer shell seem to be the source of spacetime.

Dark Matter is in a location of nothingness ..without spacetime, without the ability to have a physical state ..to be real.
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Reply Thu 31 Oct, 2019 06:28 am
@pittsburghjoe,
The distance is increasing due to expansion, not velocity. There’s a big difference and it is well understood and not mysterious in any way.
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Reply Thu 31 Oct, 2019 03:57 pm
@rosborne979,
I'm guessing you didn't actually read what I wrote. Even if you have a valid point to the faster than light stuff ..you still won't have an answer for distance.
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pittsburghjoe
 
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Reply Thu 31 Oct, 2019 07:07 pm
@pittsburghjoe,
If each supermassive black hole has a singularity ..they are entangled with the first singularity ..the big bang
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Reply Thu 31 Oct, 2019 07:23 pm
@pittsburghjoe,
oh, you want to challenge my statement of spacetime not being outside of galaxies. Okay, well, I some more arguments for that.

"We already know that once you are far enough away, the universe acts like a magnifying glass and objects start to increase in size in the sky."

https://scitechdaily.com/fundamental-law-of-classical-physics-reversed-in-new-research-on-giant-radio-galaxies/?fbclid=IwAR1oTvB78nZWQnlPPL6vakNgPPRARMYurlqUhyILtAYsvdHBnX_NQQP7NV8

https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/degrees-of-freedom/the-cosmic-magnifying-lens/?fbclid=IwAR2m7Zo5eyLoYsAvv17fVbtF3ply2eNyWFQ558hyptq3P_OxOSAammWLgt4

And the other is redshift from only distance. I'm claiming voids of no spacetime is causing that type of redshift.
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pittsburghjoe
 
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Reply Thu 31 Oct, 2019 07:54 pm
@pittsburghjoe,
I always wondered what the connection between the singularity that started spacetime and a singularity at the bottom of a black hole was ..now I know ..blowing my own mind over here.
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pittsburghjoe
 
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Reply Fri 1 Nov, 2019 09:40 am
@pittsburghjoe,
okay, new idea. You don't get gravity without spacetime, so the first spacetime bubble from the big bang had to be around to allow the supermassive blackholes to form. But after they did their thing and a galaxy formed, the spacetime bubble around the galaxy broke away from the main bubble.
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pittsburghjoe
 
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Reply Fri 1 Nov, 2019 10:58 am
@pittsburghjoe,
The big bang is still banging but all it is doing is increasing the distance between spacetime bubbles proportionately.
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Jewels Vern
 
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Reply Fri 1 Nov, 2019 09:27 pm
@pittsburghjoe,
What's strange is that scientists will believe baloney rather than admit their theory is wrong. And they would rather be wrong than uncertain.

It all goes back to Edwin Hubble. He noticed that light from galaxies was sometimes redder than it should be. Other astronomers assumed that was Doppler effect and galaxies were moving away from us. Then somebody proposed that they could estimate distance from the same data, and that resulted in a bonkers picture of the entire universe expanding, sometimes at ridiculous speeds. All because of one observation and a faulty assumption. They won't reconsider that assumption for any reason.
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