Message from discussion The Redshift that’s an observed variable
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On 10/13/2012 10:59 AM, Painius wrote:
>>> It's an enigma! lol
>> The mystery is solved when you remove the bullshit (ether).
> And people are supposed to read your mind as to the details of what
> that solution is?
No. There are many books that explain it in a far more erudite manner
than I could.
> As you probably didn't guess, I was being facetious, Harlow. Possible
> sollutions have been discussed here for many years, mostly before you
> began to post here. For example...
Honestly, I have read enough shit here to realize just how gullible some
people are. Mainly they consist of people who believe that since they
are unable to comprehend gravitational/curved space theory, that means
it's not true and some off the wall bullshit that THEY invent is better.
I remain unimpressed.
> 1) One poster has suggested that there was a main "engine" that
> supplies the force and pressure that's required for space to flow into
> matter. When this flow of space reaches the center of a planet, star,
> etc., it uses some sort of quantum nonlocality/entanglement to return
> to the main engine and start all over again. So there would be a
> constant process at work that continuously flows to the center of a
> mass and then, through quantum nonlocality, makes it back to the
> source and begins the process anew.
Laughable. And utterly unsupportable with facts.
> 2) I think that spacetime is a balanced medium.
Fortunately for physics, your opinion counts for nothing. No offense.
> For any certain
> amount of mass, there is a certain and balanced amount of spatial flow
> into that mass - the larger the mass, the more the flow, and the
> stronger the gravitational effect/force. The gravitational energy,
> then is continuously being used by matter. Each and every atom
> requires constant replenishment of the energy it uses. By the time
> the energy reaches the center of a mass, it is all used up.
This is a joke, right?
> doesn't have to "go" anywhere, for, not only is there nowhere to go,
> but there is no energy left to go anywhere. That
> spatial/gravitational energy has been used by each and every atom of
> the mass it entered. There is no more energy at the center of the
So just throw out the law of conservation of energy like 3 day old fish?
> There have been other ideas, and this thread might even inspire others
> to set forth new ideas about gravitation. I look forward to reading
I look forward to trashing them. It's what I do!
So everyone put forth your favorite kooky idea and allow me to have at
it. As an extra bonus, I will call you names and make fun of you.
"OK you cunts, let's see what you can do now" -Hit Girl
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjO7kBqTFqo .. å ˜äº®