Part 9. Paradoxes Everywhere
If we presume that we co-exist with a side-by-side Universe many things that donít make sense, begin to make sense.
When you shoot a rifle (the action) there is an immediate kick in the opposite direction (the reaction). There is no logical reason for the reaction unless the action is related to what perhaps must be maintaining equilibrium between two entities, the action which disturbs the entities and the reaction which brings them back to equilibrium.
When a celestial body such as a spaceship is free of the gravitational pull of another celestial body such as a nearby planet or star it has near zero gravity.
Rotate and spin the spaceship and by magic abracadabra and a gravitational field appears out of nowhere. Does it come into existence to somehow maintain equilibrium? And what about the g force created in acceleration? Is that also occurring to maintain a similar equilibrium?
Let us look at acceleration and itís resultant g force in another light as well.
Science tells us that for every action there is an equivalent reaction. For five thousand pounds of thrust one way you get five thousand pounds of thrust the other way. That is how a rocket ship operates, on the reaction.
But if you are on the rocket ship riding on the reaction of the original thrust you are pressed against the seat increasing your weight substantially.
We can then say that, in this instance, for every action there are two equivalent reactions. 5000 lbs.. of thrust backward (the action), then 5000 lbs. of thrust forward (the first reaction), then 5000 lbs. of g force backward within the space ship (the second reaction).
What then of the law of conservation of energy? In this example you get twice as much energy out than you put in. Some of it had to come from elsewhere.
You see. We are standing on a new threshold where dependence on deriving energy from fossil fuels, the Sun, wind, geothermal, fuel cells, fission,and fusion may become unnecessary.
A new motor utilizing this principle producing more electricity than it consumes is now in the theoretical phase with a prototype planned within two years. I can give no assurance that it will succeed.
Let us now take a closer look at what we call gravity which I suspect originates outside of our space/time.
If the Sun explodes one minute from now we will not see the explosion for nine minutes so we have nine minutes to live before everything begins to become intensely cold.
Not so. The moment the Sun explodes itís gravitational field ceases to exist and without it Earth will go hurtling off and become colder immediately.
Gravity apparently exists outside time. Gravity becomes present in matter rotation and acceleration. Gravity may be necessary for electromagnetic waves to move. Gravity may also determine the velocity of time as the nuMesonís field intersects Earthís field.
In fact gravity may make the whole Universe work. And it may come from the other side where there is no time, and perhaps nothing else either, or perhaps other things we yet know nothing about that affect us, as we affect them.
To be continued.