Tag: Gravity

Spacetime and General Relativity: A Novel Approach

Four-dimensional (Minkowski) spacetime is purely mathematical and has no practical application. Time is an abstract measurement of motion and events that occur in three dimensions. It is impossible to extract nonphysical time from three-dimensional space and project it onto a fourth, ostensibly physical axis with a separate set of...
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Undoing a Century of Cosmological Errors

The goal of this study is to investigate and report on the scientific and mathematical flaws that have resulted in a widely held incorrect understanding of the universe. Because of a basic cosmological mistake that dates back to 1915, present accepted cosmology has constructed an extensive system of beliefs...
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Study on “Aspin Bubbles” and the Force of Gravity

“Aspin Bubbles” is a hypothesis that combines all known forces (electrical, magnetic, gravitational, nuclear, Casimir, etc.) into a single mechanical interaction between waves and particles that make up our stuff. The particles are pulsing spheres that generate asymmetric spherical waves in the surrounding ether, causing contractions and dilations that...
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The Emergence and Evolution of the Universe Lev Z.

The world’s cosmological representation is complemented by the incorporation of virtual objects, mass defect phenomena, entropic interaction, and bifurcation. Space is known as an infinite homogeneous multiplicity of virtual point objects with a certain energy during the time before the emergence of our Universe and are capable of transitioning...
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