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I Energy Theory

  1. Dec 12, 2016 #1
    Hi,

    I observe a strong analogy between spacetime and Bernoulli's principle:

    The proof of Bernoulli's principle is based on the conservation of energy, which translates into a relationship between static and dynamic pressure:

    Static pressure + dynamic pressure = total pressure

    That is, when the velocity of the fluid increases (the energy of the water molecules increases), the dynamic pressure increases and the static pressure decreases.

    Spacetime bends when the energy of a particle increases. This curvature is at the origin of the gravity.

    The analogy is between the spacetime curvature caused by the energy and the conservation of energy which induces a pressure drop when the velocity of the fluid increases.

    The universe is composed of 95% of matter and energy still unknown today. Could it be that spacetime is totally granular? Aren't the main parameters that make up the movement (time, distance, speed, ...) derived totally from energy?

    I have absolutely no pretention, although the subject is very ambitious. Get feedback to build an interesting discussion of physics is my goal!

    I started from this analogy to develop a theory on the nature of energy that you will find in this link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VlfLrGBI_g_xi3Ta8nnv3z4dQ_f-N3g5iLXDyvMHsco/pub

    ''The idea developed in this article is that energy, space and time are the direct result of interactions between particles. Each particle has an amount of substance. A particle is composed of material contained in a finite volume, it therefore has a volumetric material density. Volumetric material density fluctuations are at the origin of many physical phenomena such as time, energy, movement of particles, accelerating expansion of the universe, etc.

    I Postulate
    • Elementary particles are defined by a quantity of matter (the mass) completely invariant. The space is a field entirely full of particles.
    • Movement always occurs from high volumetric mass densities to low volumetric mass densities. Therefore, a particle will exert a pressure around it trying to balance itself. The mass is invariant but the volumetric mass density contained in a volume varies. The particle can be diluted or contracted depending of the pressure exerted by other particles.
    • The work of pressure forces is equivalent to an energy volumetric density. Energy is mass contained in a finite volume. Pressure depends on the volume with the following relation : pressure = chart?cht=tx&chf=bg,s,FFFFFF00&chco=000000&chl=%5Cfrac%7B1%7D%7BVolume%7D.png We can express a particle energy with the following relation:

    Energy of the particle = 5Cfrac%7Bmass%5C+of%5C+the%5C+particle%5C+%28invariant%5C+for%5C+a%5C+particle%29%7D%7BVolume%7D.png
    "
    Thank you for your opinion in advance :)
     
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