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by Cerveny
Tue Apr 25, 2017 7:27 am
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: Black Hole problems?!??!
Replies: 19
Views: 2493

Re: Black Hole problems?!??!

According to (silly) GTR all black holes look the same: a "point" of space with infinite density of weight. How can they generate different gravitational fields and how can they keep angular momentum? (1/0=2/0)
by Cerveny
Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:48 pm
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: Black Hole problems?!??!
Replies: 19
Views: 2493

Re: Black Hole problems?!??!

There are no singularities in the real world. Consider (for example) the black hole as a substantial defect (cavity?) in the structure of aether (in physical space/vacuum)...
by Cerveny
Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:56 pm
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: What is the universe made of? II
Replies: 33
Views: 3555

Re: What is the universe made of? II

Hopeless integration of physics "theories", mostly interpreted by laborers of physics, is painful for me. Aw c'mon, Cerveny; they're doing their best. I can see it, uwot, but isn't it terrible to "live" with so many unsolvable problems (singularities, lack of antimatter, dark matter, limited spectr...
by Cerveny
Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:29 am
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: What is the universe made of? II
Replies: 33
Views: 3555

Re: What is the universe made of? II

Let me repeat again: The Universe is made from condensing/crystallizing aether/physical space/vacuum. Elementary particles are certain structural defects in it. The Future is not prepared yet. The (quantum, live) Presence is phase border between (growing) solid History and the (obscure) Future:) Yo...
by Cerveny
Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:21 am
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: What is the universe made of? II
Replies: 33
Views: 3555

Re: What is the universe made of? II

Let me repeat again: The Universe is made from condensing/crystallizing aether/physical space/vacuum. Elementary particles are certain structural defects in it. The Future is not prepared yet. The (quantum, live) Presence is phase border between (growing) solid History and the (obscure) Future:)
by Cerveny
Wed Mar 08, 2017 11:50 pm
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: There are no solids in the universe
Replies: 9
Views: 1301

Re: There are no solids in the universe

Philosophy Explorer wrote: And yet physicists say (or have been saying) that the Big Bang offers the best explanation on how the universe came to be, even though BB leaves open a lot of mysteries.
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PhilX
...dictatorship of (physicists) proletariat;-)
by Cerveny
Wed Mar 08, 2017 3:10 pm
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: There are no solids in the universe
Replies: 9
Views: 1301

Re: There are no solids in the universe

I am quite sure that whole history (include "empty" space) is a solid. Thus gravitational field does not "penetrate" it, but forms its development, affects its condensation... (as well as electromagnetic field does). GTR is, I am afraid, devastating nonsense:( What are you referring to as being sol...
by Cerveny
Wed Mar 08, 2017 12:36 pm
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: There are no solids in the universe
Replies: 9
Views: 1301

Re: There are no solids in the universe

I am quite sure that whole history (include "empty" space) is a solid. Thus gravitational field does not "penetrate" it, but forms its development, affects its condensation... (as well as electromagnetic field does). GTR is, I am afraid, devastating nonsense:(
by Cerveny
Sat Feb 25, 2017 3:40 pm
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: How does gravity work?
Replies: 123
Views: 13300

Re: How does gravity work?

Both mentioned problems follow from wrong gravitational theory. Depends what you mean. Einstein's field equations work very well, so any alternative has to be at least as good. Whether the mechanism he proposed, warped spacetime, is the actual cause is a different issue. It may or may not be, but t...
by Cerveny
Sat Feb 25, 2017 2:17 pm
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: What are mass and energy?
Replies: 27
Views: 2980

Re: What are mass and energy?

You can see the energy as a some kind of "pressure/tension" in spacetime along the time axis. When such pressure exceeds critical value, it can cause structural defect of regular structure of physical space - the creation of pair of elementary particles. Generally such "pressure" affects the configu...
by Cerveny
Sat Feb 25, 2017 9:39 am
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: How does gravity work?
Replies: 123
Views: 13300

Re: How does gravity work?

... There would be found a few unimportant trinkets: "dark matter" (70% of the Universe) and eighty years of hopeless quantization of GTR... You are getting dark matter mixed up with dark energy. Dark matter is reckoned to be something shy of 30%, while it is dark energy that is almost 70%; it is t...
by Cerveny
Sat Feb 25, 2017 12:32 am
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: How does gravity work?
Replies: 123
Views: 13300

Re: How does gravity work?

uwot wrote:
Cerveny wrote:Well, boys, enjoy (and measure) your Emperor's New (even expanding) Clothes ("empty space")
Thanks Cerveny, as long as there's beer here, I will.
Cheers!
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by Cerveny
Sat Feb 25, 2017 12:05 am
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: How does gravity work?
Replies: 123
Views: 13300

Re: How does gravity work?

uwot wrote:
wtf wrote:But "big bang stuff?" What is that?
Well, if the universe is made of anything, then it behaves exactly as physicists observe it doing...
There would be found a few unimportant trinkets: "dark matter" (70% of the Universe) and seventy years of hopeless quantization of GTR...
by Cerveny
Thu Feb 23, 2017 2:48 pm
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: How does gravity work?
Replies: 123
Views: 13300

Re: How does gravity work?

... the preferred model, general relativity, while unquestionably a work of genius and fantastically successful in its accuracy and predictions, is essentially dualistic, as it is predicated on the interaction of two separate substances: spacetime and matter. There is nothing in GR that explains ho...
by Cerveny
Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:33 pm
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: How does gravity work?
Replies: 123
Views: 13300

Re: How does gravity work?

I do not have enough strength and motivation to get you convinced of your misunderstanding. The physics becomes a faith, unluckily:( Perhaps you will be (sometime) willing to consider simply following model: The History is a growing/crystallising solid, the Presence is a (live) phase border and the ...