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Demostration of gravity as expansion of matter

  1. Nov 9, 2003 #1
    in order to prove this theroy since space doubles its size every 30 seconds more or less you should prove that time also doubles in order to keep the speed of light

    i start by considering that to run a distance with the same aceleration of speed and aceleration of braking from 0 to 0 the shorter the distance the shorter the time this is obvious

    but a pendulum behaves diferently for a smaller distance with each oscilation (because of friction) takes the same time with the same aceleration (gravity)

    it should take less time for each oscilation of the pendulum but it takes the same.

    that is because time doubles every 30 seconds as well as space making appear the shorter time of the shorter oscilations to be the same but that is just our perception truly and fisically the shorter the oscilation the shorter the time

    of course i can be wrong tell me if you see any mistake here

    ps: please send me the 3 other posts by raaid mustafa besides the 5th dimension since they are not avalaible any more
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  3. Nov 9, 2003 #2
    Observable spacetime has a radius of 1028 cm. It has doubled in size in the last 1028 cm/((21/3) x 3 x 1010 cm/sec)=3 x 1017 sec, definitely not the 30 seconds you state.

    During the inflationary era, ~10-35 sec after the big bang, the universe doubled its size roughly every 10-50 sec.
  4. Nov 10, 2003 #3
    too many numbers for me to understand that

    but the pendulum behavior still strikes me since it seems that the extra centrifugal force add to the force of gravity seems to dilate time

    a same pendulum going from 3 o clock to 9 will take the same time that if it goes from 5 to 7

    the only diference between the two cases is that in the second theres a predominancy of the centrigugal force (proportionally theres more centrifugal force in the second case than in the first
    since proportionaly theres more horizontal movement)

    seems that the increase of gravity due to the more proportion of the centrifugal force that push downwards, just as gravity, dilates time making the pendulum has less aceleration in the second case than in the first when it should be the opposite

    there fore you could say the more gravity the more dilatation of time

    i just can find other explanation for the extrange behaviour of the pendulum
  5. Nov 10, 2003 #4
    i correct my self the more increase of gravity the more dilatation of time, the more decrease of gravity the more shrink of time
  6. Nov 10, 2003 #5
    note: he ment 30 parasec.
  7. Nov 10, 2003 #6
    Thanks, QuantumNet.

    sea_wizard, The pendulum to first approximation has equal periods for different maximum amplitudes. Remember, though, the substitution of linear [the] for nonlinear sin[the] used in simplifying its angular time dependence.
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