Now if you view the cosmos from the side like imagine all planets horizontally they say spacetime is curved in a way like heavy sphere objects lying on a trampoline. What happens to the spacetime above the middle of the objects really, it seems like according to this space can push only on one side of the large objects. But it seems its pushing all around. And what if you cant view the scholarsystem horizontally but vertically, how do you then judge the curvature of space. Like it doesnt work the other way around. Taking the pi and viewing the higgs field around a planet even when its not a circular curvature doesnt matter, there should be a slight difference in gravity in some point on the planet, i mean exactly where pi becomes infinite. So the curvature should be actually a perfect sphere while the earth for example is falling through space. Depends which point you are observing. Anyone familiar with this ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# On Einstein´s theory of curved spacetime.

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