26th June 2012 - 07:58 PM
QUOTE (samik83+Mar 10 2012, 01:11 AM)
Might be a silly question, but have to ask since I haven't found an answer and this has been on my mind for awhile now. I'm not a physicist so forgive me if the question is daft.
Are there any theories that support the view that matter is the result of "condensed" / "contracted" space? A theory that looks at the possibility that the current model is backwards. Where
instead of matter causing space to curve, curved space would be the cause of matter.
I guess it would be something where the primary forces would liken to dark matter and dark energy and their interplay to create different systems of particles and states of matter.
This kind of speculation has been suggested
I have been airing this idea which I have named the 3D Pixel Universe since several years, and with little success in this Forum. The idea is plain speculation, has nothing to do with science, is pure speculation and cannot be substantiated nor falsified. On the positive side no one has come up with any arguments invalidating the idea.
You may get a gist of the speculations in among others the recent thread Alternative Explanation of Absolute Time, and where it is mentioned among others in a post of 10, June
@Matter IS repetitive wavepatterns, matter is NOT creating wavepatterns in the cosmic matrix, it is the OPPOSITE WAY, cosmic wave patterns express what we sense as matter. Universe is NOT spinning against a stationary vacuum, there is no stationary vacuum, vacuum cannot sit still.@
and if you like you can follow my posting, where this idea has been consistently elaborated.
26th June 2012 - 08:07 PM
wow! Just wow . Differential . Why are we thinking of this in group form with no real ties to each other . The negative pressure that Alex eluded to seems kind of evident .
Feeding off each other or available information gathering from child hood to adulthood?
The commonality of thought is provoking in it self . Just realizing that
26th June 2012 - 08:23 PM
QUOTE (Hasmukh K. Tank+Mar 10 2012, 11:25 AM)
Quote: "Are there any theories that support the view that matter is the result of "condensed" / "contracted" space?"
It will be interesting to recall an 18th century mathematician, William Clifford, according to whom: "A piece of matter is nothing but curvature of space, subject, possibly, to fluctuations, in the manner of waves."
It may also be interesting to read: 'holistic theory of everything' at the site:
'Space' is currently believed as 'void extension of nothingness'; whereas according to the holistic theory of everything, 'space' is the only real thing, and particles of matter are 'process' or a 'phenomenon' of fluctuations taken place in the 'space-continuum'.
Is this right ? If so you are saying that light in side a perfectly polished ball will eventually come to rest as matter by the photo electric effect ? Is that what you are saying ?
Disputers take a look at this >>> I read it as saying Photons have a loss and that loss becomes matter ? Verification please . I am easily swayed, so make it look good for skeptics . Not just for my easiness. What is the deal with 4n anyway ? I sure see that a lot.
19th December 2012 - 07:23 AM
Jesus! last couple of month i was taking interest in the new documentary hosted by Morgan Freeman call "Through the wormhole" and was also reading about quantum mechanics from the various sources in the internet...... and the same question came to my mind, can matter actually be condensed space?
Was so surprised to see so many people having similar thought, for a while i thought i was the only one ha ha.
Yup if i may add another thought i had was if matter is condensed space then the only dimensions that will make sense is time and space...
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