TINY BITS

part 1

GRAVITY

by

J. Aaron Nicholson



Abstract


We mean to introduce a new way of considering how GRAVITY could work as a ‘push’ to suggest a more logical picture for its working structure and understanding. The basic idea of this new model for Gravity is to consider the effect of solar winds acting in cosmic geometries. We mean to consider the idea, in looking for the first principle mechanism of gravity, that Gravity is not a unique elusive “particle” such as the proposed graviton, but is rather the inescapable result of the combined action of the entire quantum spectrum of light energies, and particles working within the natural statistical constraints of a cosmic geometry.


The Hypothesis


Solar winds are a very real detectable force source. They are, however, very complex structures made up of a wide range of individual particles and energies. Nevertheless, we can still work with this large range of variances, statistically--as averaged forces--to build a model that makes perfect sense mathematically. While the solar wind from any particular star may vary greatly over time and from moment to moment, all solar winds will produce actual finite amounts of energy output in the conversion of Hydrogen into Helium that are calculable using Einstein’s formula, E=mc².


We must ask the question, “Where does all of this mass, that has been converted into energy, go?” Where does all of that energy go? Is there a final destination? Does it go on forever? Or does some of it, most of it, or all of it, eventually, get absorbed or converted back into mass? And more importantly, just how would any of this come about, if that were, indeed, the case?


It seems reasonable enough to picture how the energy/mass, that flies away from a star, becomes less dense as a function of the distance it transverses from the star. This addresses a concept of Statistical Energy Density in simple three dimensional volumetric Space that will play an integral role in our proposed model of Gravity.

So, let us explore the ramifications of this Statistical Energy Density as a foundational building block of our model with the following thought experiments.

If a single star were hypothetically alone in all the cosmos, its cast-off energy and particles that make up its “solar wind” might continue to dissipate into ever less dense concentrations to a point of nearly unconceivable emptiness.


This, however, is not the case with our greatly populated Cosmos of stars, whichis apparently brimming with vast numbers of stars--clustered around vast numbers of galactic centers.


What this means, in our model, is that, at some point of solar-wind expansion, the diminishing statistical energy density from any one star will eventually encounter the expanding, but opposing, statistical energy densities from neighboring stars, and to a lesser degree from more distant stars, and, in fact, will encounter some contributing statistical energy density level of opposition from each and every one of the stars whose light can be perceived in a typical “night” sky of any star’s “solar” system. This would seem to be predictably just as valid whether or not the star has planetary satellites with shadowed “night” skies or not.

For simplicity, though, let us set up a mental experiment where we will onlyconsider the solar winds of one pair of two closely neighbored stars as an isolated system with no other consideration to any other stars.

For any two such stars, regardless of any amount of difference in their sizes or energy outputs, there will be some point, along an imaginary “line” connecting the two stars, where the forces of their opposing solar winds will meet at a “point” of statistically averaged opposing equilibrium of individual particles and/or energy forces. In fact, a plane of opposing equilibrium would manifest as well, albeit that this “plane” might be a curved surface, if the stars were significantly different in size or energy output. The plane would be statistically perpendicular to the imaginary “line” connecting the two stars and intersecting the line at the point of solar wind equilibrium.

That specific “point” in the statistical geometry of their solar winds, would experience a phenomenon very much akin to the way gravity acts, with opposing forces pushing equally toward a central location. In three dimensional space this “point” would take on the shape of a sphere at the center of a disk that is, itself, statistically perpendicular to the “connecting line” between the two stars.

Probability enters the Model, here. At this central location, where the two opposing solar winds meet with equal opposing averaged forces, some of the particles/energies must begin to collide and scatter debris or simply be deflected from their nearly perfectly opposing directions. This is reasonable to predict, because of the experimental results witnessed in Atom smashers, and if light can interfere with light to create interference patterns, then even light energies can interact with each other in a scattering manner. Then, with each such collision the probability of secondary collisions should increase due to more favorable angles of exposure, causing a cascading effect of accelerating centralized collisions/ interactions (in the number of occurrences per volumetric space). The end effect of which is: that a region of increasing energy/mass density will begin to form around a central “point” between the two stars. This increased energy/mass density could in practicality begin to manifest over an extended range all along the “connecting” line between the two stars. Over time, with each collision, this configuration would naturally push debris ever closer to the statistical mid-point. Then as the increasing density along the connecting line makes collisions ever more certain, a threshold could be reached where a virtual impenetrable barrier begins to form at the statistical mid-point between the two stars.

Once this barrier stage has been reached, a state of true Gravity will have been created, or more correctly, fully materialized--where there is an effective equal force pushing into a central growing mass from all directions. But, in this model, the Gavitic geometry exists as a first principle prior to the accumulation of any mass, and the mass develops only as a result of equally opposing energies acting in a structured cosmic geometry. This model would utilize all the same Newtonian and Relativistic mathematics to accurately describe the ratio relationships between massive bodies, but with a new way of envisioning the underlining mechanism. If this basic hypothetical example demonstrates a reasonable possibility for the mechanism of Gravity, then it is a fairly simple progressive process to expand the model to reflect the true complexity of the universal structure of matter and energy and forces.

Let us briefly deal with the application of this model with the consideration of moving stars. Using the same thought experiment as above--only this time-- with two stars that are moving relative to each other, we find that there is still a “moving point” that would track as the statistical mid-point between the two stars, for any time t or change in time Dt, relative to the statistical mean time between the two stars. Then, depending on their proximity and their approaching or departing velocities, there may or may not be a sufficient build up of energy density to initiate the accelerating collision condition necessary to “materialize” a stable gravity area or “field.” Even so, at all but departing velocities approaching the speed of light, we would predict some degree of Gavitic-like field to manifest at the moving statistical mid-point for all configurations of two moving stars. This moving star mid-point example should expand to work for any number of stars with their various simple and more complex combined moving midpoints, as well.

Now, let us next consider some hypothetical multiple star configurations.

If we were to add more stars to our thought experiment, then every possible pairing of two stars would form similar equilibrium mid-point centers and equilibrium disk planes around the equilibrium mid-points, with each plane being perpendicular to the “connecting lines” between each and every pairing of two stars.

Then, as these various planes extend to cross other planes, they would naturally, geometrically, form equilibrium “lines” of compounded mass/energy density equilibriums at the junctions where any plane crosses or intersects another plane. With moving stars, these crossing-plane “lines” would, a priori, curve with time to reflect the relative movements of the particular stars involved in making the equilibrium points/planes, ultimately leading to the creation of orbits.

As these equilibrium plane junction lines meet or intersect other equilibrium junction lines, additional “points” of even greater equilibrium complexity will occur.

Carrying this progression onward with the addition of more and more stars, we expect ever richer line crossings will begin to be possible, even probable. Due to the very nature of geometry, all these junctions, however complex, will naturally occur only in integer progressions of balanced equal forces.

By now, a pattern of chemical elements, with their integer progression, begins to makes sense as a natural result of nothing more than cosmic geometry with certain configurations having naturally more stability, as with the Noble gases.

So, what happens when we expand the situation to reflect the actual observable sky, full of stars?

To begin to illustrate this, let us now try a more specific and somewhat more realistic configuration as a thought experiment.

Let us imagine a single star at one end of a vast expanse of space, and progressively add ever more stars, but only at the opposite end of this vast expanse of space in a manner that the additional stars are in relatively closer proximity to each other than they are to the single isolated star at the distant “opposite” end of the expanse.

Now, with each additional star we add in the manner imagined above, the statistical equilibrium “mid-point” of mass/energy density moves, by averaging, closer and closer to the single isolated star. After trillions and trillions of stars are assembled at the “end” opposite the single isolated star, the resulting statistical equilibrium mid-point has moved relatively very close to the single isolated star to a “focal” center on a predictably curved or tear drop shaped “plane” enclosure forming around the single isolated star.

The overall average direction of particle/energy actions at this “focal” equilibrium “point“, near the isolated star, should now be approaching the real function and action of planetary gravity, with vast numbers of quantum bits pushing (heading) in toward this central focus point. In fact, the opposing “wall” of resistance to the single isolated star’s solar wind at this “focus” point/plane/orbit would be well on its way to becoming massive, literally.

If we further expand our thought experiment to the extent that distant stars completely surround the single isolated star in all directions, we should expect to find two very interesting statistically geometric developments.

1. That there should be a majority mean plane of density equilibrium that would form at our single isolated star, at some overall averaged orientation, defining that star’s major planetary orbital plane, but with the possibility for secondary orbital planes around the same star, as well. It is highly improbable that there would be such a perfect balance of incoming solar winds from all directions for any star that there wouldn’t be a weighted, even slightly, offset dominant direction which would determine the orientation of a favored “plane” that would determine the orbits of the majority of any planetary solar system bodies.

2. That the equilibrium “plane” around the isolated star, that was teardrop- shaped in our earlier--mostly linear--orientation, has grown, with the addition of surrounding stars, to become just one of numerous-- statistically probable--closed and then “flattened” spheres of solar-windequilibriums (see 1. above for flattening), each defining a statistically geometric “focal” curved “line”, describing a “gravitational” pathway or orbit around the isolated star. The number and orientation of these gravitational orbital pathways would vary from one individual star to the next, according to each star’s own specific statistical geometric location relative to all the other stars (and galaxies).

These “developments” of our thought experiment are logically inherent features of a cosmic statistical geometry. In fact, the very position of the individual stars themselves must also be positioned on the cosmic statistical geometric matrix “grid” at very dense crossing “points,” with galaxies forming at even more prevalent crossing points within the universal cosmic geometry. Even the gravity of Super Massive Black Holes, detected at the center of galaxies, could be explained by a model such as this.

Addressing the General Relativity view of Gravity warping space or “space-time“, this proposed model gives a more logical and intuitive way of understanding just what that could possibly mean. Look at it this way: within a three dimensional space there is a truly applicable way of adding extra dimensions (pertinent variables) within that same space. For instance, Density, Pressure and Temperature. These interconnected variables could and do vary within certain space parameters and will change in a significant way how matter or energy move and how fast (how much time it takes) to move through different densities, pressures and temperatures. So instead of a trampoline picture of a space-time fabric, picture an onion with concentric spheres of increasing density layers from the outer layers to the center. This would be a proper depiction of the model purposed here, and would neatly utilize existing relativistic mathematical analyses with only a slightly different understanding The seeming curvature of space by gravity is explained by the increased density of particles and energies approaching a cosmic geometric node or crossing “point.” Or you could think of this as the way in which space-time is warped by gravity.

If this heuristic consideration of gravity proves to be one of reasonable possibility, then a congruent geometric model at the atomic scale could be considered as a foundational model to postulate how Matter rematerializes within geometrically configured gravitational points or regions throughout the cosmos. Such a model would neatly conform with the nearly perfect integer progression of the Periodic Table of Chemistry in the way that the elements have been analyzed to exist in nature. It could also explain what happens in the quantum world while going from one quantum state to another as a simple rebalancing of photonic pressures at geometrically determined atomic grid points.

Inherent in this atomic scale model is a straight forward vector or tensor way of viewing a structure in which all four of the categorized forces of nature (Gravity, Electro-Magnetism, the Weak and the Strong Nuclear forces) could work as aspects of the same super fine “particle” movements, unifying all their underlying first principles into one comprehensive model. These correlations will be expanded upon in subsequent articles on the following aspects of this model:

 

Part 2. The Structure of Light

Part 3. The Structure of Atoms

Part 4. The Structure of Magnetic Fields

 

 

TINY BITS part 1 GRAVITY -- J. Aaron Nicholson
Nov. 15, 2007