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Conceptualization On Gravity

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 15, 2005 10:25:37 UTC

Trying to use my ideas on black holes...what I contend is that the "action" of gravity is to make mass or matter confine itself to only a density line...in other words, gravity acts to confine all mass or matter actions to only 2 dimensions within positive space. And since it follows the inherent curvative of these 2 dimensions it acts as a surrogate, or imitative, origin of the Universe as we see it. This is my concept of gravity...it always acts to render 3 dimensions into 2. It does not render it into just one I think...maybe it does, but I don't really think so. If it was rendered into one dimension it would make it having no "action" in positive space (something like that...still have to ponder on that). And since this density line follows these curvatures (around the apparent origin of our positive space Universe), this density line can not express time (time is the event horizon and does not "enter" the black hole)...the missing dimension "appears" to be time to that density line inside a black hole...it is now forver lost to it or as long as that black hole exists.

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