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Alex: Gravity As Refraction

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Posted by Alan on January 15, 2002 05:30:18 UTC


Suppose you have mass m1 near bigger mass (say a planet) m2. Suppose Paul Davies is right, there is a kind of ether.

Let's say it is a false vacuum I'll call "vacuum soup". Suppose all masses are distilled or frozen out of this "false vacuum" soup. So there is a REAL vacuum where objects like Earth are that is stronger than where smaller masses are.

(This is because Earth uses up a lot of vacuum soup in it's vicinity; leaving a stronger REAL vacuum through itself).

So the smaller mass is attracted (gravity) by the stronger REAL vacuum where the Earth is.

Particles that communicate the strength of the REAL vacuum travel faster through strong-REAL-vacuum zones (like Earth), hence the Earth has the effect of refracting those paths (like a lense) and the net effect is a nearby mass m1 and the big mass m2 attract over time-units due to path concentration per-unit time like in QED.

I have rushed the end of this but do you get it?

By the way; the ultimate explanation is: things just ARE; you run out of other things in terms of which to explain. Since "ARE" implies "BE" implies "EXISTENCE", WHO is "GOD", there is your Alpha and Omega.

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