Book - The universe, a physical explanation
For love of detail and because I needed it, I had to do research for my book series: What exactly is gravity? On closer look I noticed two interesting points:
- Matter on Earth is not homogeneous, and even the eight thousand meter high Mount Everest has no influence on the Earth's gravity, and interestingly, there are slight gravitational fluctuations on Earth during storms. Gravitational fluctuations have also been measured on Jupiter, where there are incredible storms.
- Gravity bends the space around the earth and as a result the light now follows the bending in space. And now the next question is: What happens when matter enters the space bend?
Answers to these two points have already been formulated, but what answers are there if we ignore the 500 year old assumptions and consider only the discoveries of recent years?
A selection of the points dealt with in the book:
- Storms disturb gravity. What could be the reason for this?
- Gravity is the effect of space deformation on matter.
- There is no limit like the speed of light, only a space-time limit.
- Light and matter can move faster than the speed of light, as far as light is concerned, this has already been proven. No kidding.
- Space-time, speed and gravity are properties of space.
- Intergalactic travel might be possible, and a spaceship must necessarily have the shape of a flying saucer. Are the sightings real?
Red Giant Star: A dystopian, but still plausible idea.
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The first chapter as a preview can also be read here.