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General Model of the Universe

  1. Aug 4, 2004 #1
    I set up an theory about a Model of the universe, and tried to draft some basic ideas of how to explain Gravitation, "Infinite" Universe, Expansion, relativistic travel, time travel etc. Anyone is welcome for discussion....

    Have a look

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  3. Aug 4, 2004 #2
    interesting. You might need some math to explain some effects, but otherwise, not bad for a quick read.
  4. Aug 17, 2004 #3
    This quote from your page:

    "Imaginary two dimensional people living between the grains of sands would now encounter some unexplainable affection of those sand quantities to them or other grains of sand. Those phenomena would be always affecting and never repelling, don’t consume any energy out of themselves and the sand people may call this effect gravity."

    Sounds like it could just be talking in the laguage of general relativity, almost.
    Or, it sound more as if there is always an imaginary, unexplainable force. We in three dimensions can't explain why the grains of sand are moving into the troughs, so certainly the 2D people can't explain it. At least we can't explain the origin of the force responsible for the phenomenon.
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