View Full Version : Length contraction in Galaxy Clusters is balanced by length extension in Cosmic Voids

czeslaw

2006-Feb-08, 01:37 PM

In Loop Quantum Gravity is the space discrete and warped by gravity near the mass/energy.

The neighbouring mass has its inertia and the space between them is stretched then. If the particle is join with a space in a resonance frequency , the stretched space also in resonance frequency may create a kind of a symmetrical antigravity. This stretched space may collect in a Cosmic Voids as an antigravitational pressure.

In string theory is there an empty space and every interaction has its particle with positive energy only but in LQG this stretched space may be something like a negative energy.

It is just a speculation only.

Fr. Wayne

2006-Feb-11, 06:03 AM

Far out. Is first sentence a question?

czeslaw

2006-Feb-11, 10:05 AM

Far out. Is first sentence a question?

. http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/smolin03/smolin03_p3.html

Space is not continuous but made up of discrete elements. There is a smallest unit of space: Its minimum volume is given roughly by the cube of the Planck length (which is 10-33 cm). "

http://www.calphysics.org/mass.html

A fundamental particle may be an intrinsically massless thing of some sort (string? spacetime deformation or singularity?) which continuously interacts with the quantum vacuum. Buffeted by the zero-point fluctuations of the electromagnetic quantum vacuum, a particle exhibits Brownian-like motion which Schroedinger named "zitterbewegung" (quivering motion).In other words a Newtonian gravitational field or a general relativistic curvature of spacetime produced by mass may in actuality be manifestations of a quantum vacuum energy asymmetry.

http://www.calphysics.org/mass.html "

This quivering motion causing near energy/mass a length contraction has to do a symmetrical length extension far away.

A particle with a rest mass is created of an energy in discrete space vibrating inward with a resonance frequency. What may be created then in the symmetrical space vibrating outward with the resonance frequency ?

Fr. Wayne

2006-Feb-11, 01:48 PM

Purely Speculating on my part....

What may be created then in the symmetrical space vibrating outward with the resonance frequency ?

An anti-gluon? Or a new sucking mechanism of all we call gravity? Special relativity's c constant will not so easily be replaced by one successful experiment in LQG or String Theory.

Bohr's constant of correspondence must be dissected to test interaction between discrete photons over distance or some mad scientist will try to build

the new phenomena that our theories of quantum gravity predict occur at scales of energy many orders of magnitude greater than what can be created in the laboratory

Also as you've said

This quivering motion causing near energy/mass a length contraction has to do a symmetrical length extension far away.

Until this "far away" has some proportion to observed quivering, How "far out" remains my litmus test for contenders to Special Relativity

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