I will begin propounding my various ideas of Theoritical Physics. I am not a physicist by profession. I most certainly am not a Mathematician. BUT, I am an abstractionist. These are some thoughts that I have been playing around with in my mind for a few years. I decided that its better that I have them written down and witnessed now, before I find 20 years down the line scientists suddenly waking up to my ideas!
We know JUST how simple E=mc2 really is. I believe that the rules of the Universe would be able to be described in around 2-3 simple formula’s, rather than a single formula. I believe I have been Blessed with an insight into some of the details of that which there are those who are dedicating their whole lives to – the movement in search of the GUT[Grand Unification Theory]. My ideas are rather esoteric and may not be readily understood, but, they are simple abstract concepts based on the rules that we already know; Unfortunately, I am afraid they may be oversimplifications, and thus, the purpose of these posts(I’m looking for comments from the rest of y’all on in|validating the suggestions I’ve presented.). To begin with:
Einstein was infatuated by light.
I’m infatuated by gravity, black holes, and making fun of people who like strings(and their useless theory).
I would like to begin by suggesting the following:
The Strength of Gravity is inversely proportional to the Speed of Light.
If the Speed of Light Increases, Gravity decreases.
If the Speed of Light Decreases, Gravity increases.
But the Speed of Light is Constant?
Yes, but, what happens when you keep the rules[formulas\equations] and the determined constants the same – in relation to the others[outputs of those formulas\equations] – when you DO change the speed of light? What are the results of the formulas of physics when you start changing the value of the constant in relation to some of the other established information; ie., time, distance, & gravity.
There’s no supporting evidence???
I think black holes provide evidence. Nice place for gravity, time, mass, and the speed of light to change, eh. It’s all relative.
An article I read today and its implications to what I’ve Suggested: Einstein was right: space and time bend
The article suggests that space\time bends, as the evidence seen in observations. This means, the speed of light stays constant, so when space[ie., distance] changes, the time to travel the distance directly changes proportionately. That seems to be breaking a few rules. What about the effect of gravity, and, at the same time, the effect ON gravity?Is it not possible to view things, just a slight bit differently; As the effect of gravity causes the geodetic effect, the Constant[Speed of Light] changes inversely in relation to it, and thus, distance and time bend.
All of this requires detailing, which will be done as I continue to reveal additional basics of my understandings. I’m just wording things out, so that someone can point out to me that the things I’m saying are just plain wrong and I can stop believing that I’ve understood something truely vast and awesome and apply those brain cells to other tasks. Or, they keep presenting me problems, which help clarify a correct understanding. As an abstractionist, very detailed concepts will be built on various simple posts which will all fit together over the period of time. As my understanding gets more fine tuned, it will allow me\us to correct any mistakes that have been made, thereby leading us correctly and sooner, to a conclusion.