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Author Topic: why the universe moves apart and how gravity and the Casimir effect works  (Read 2522 times)

Offline gaby de wilde

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I'm not an astrophysician but I just figured out why the universe moves appart, how gravity and the casimir effect works, van der waal AND how magnetism works.(I think)

    If matter ever started existing out of nothing there is no reason for this proses to stop. Just appearing out of nothing is strange enough on it's own I think.

    Our universe is made from particles which all move parallel to each other in circles. The space between is full of other stuff.

    Like Joseph Newman sad.
    If you push a large object or one that is really dense it will resist the force you apply. Even in a vacuum it will resist your push depending on it's mass. The rest of the 'space' is filled with other stuff that we cant see.

    The stuff is constantly banging into each other, this causes the universe to expand.

    Now I think it expands on various levels.

    In most cases we don't see it really because the particles we are made of all remain on relatively equal distance of each other.

    van der Waal found out that watter sticks to the wall with some force. If the distance is that small the amount of dark matter that get between and bumps into the watter and the wall is much smaller now.

    Casimir also found out that shit attracts each other if it's really really close to each other.

    Of course this is not attraction but lack of moving away!

    It makes sense for gravity to be exactly the same!

    If there is nothing around an object in space it gets hit from all sides equally often!

    Simple example:

    Our moon is blocking off the dark matter pounding into earth from all directions.

    This means the force is the same all around except from the side where the moon sits.

magents(could be):

    The mass of the magnet just rotates a bit out of sink with the rest of this universe of ours (say 0.00001degree)
    that's why it can also push other magnets away.

    Metals also get hit by dark matter that normally moves straight true everything. But it doesn't effect or shield it off, only a magnet can shield of the dark matter bombardment.

What do you think?

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Offline Mr Monopole

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Re: why the universe moves apart and how gravity and the Casimir effect works
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2006, 04:21:35 PM »
Well Gaby, this is not new, the idea has been around since at least the early ninties!
I think this, when i first read about, gave rise to the term 'zero piont field' as thought rather than particals a quantum energy field.
This you must have known about, being mentioned costantly in other forums you post on like the steorn one???
Oh and its Astrophysicist. (not being nasty)