Outer Space and Gravity
To explain the title briefly in advance; what we call outer space, controls or causes the gravitation. Gravity does not seem to be an effect of matter, there is much to be said against it. What is the gravitation? If the reader has not read Chapter (1) - Preface, here again a statement: the answer to what gravity is can only be acquired in school or college. What I am describing here is rather an idea, it can be right but based on wrong assumptions, or wrong for some other reason, or right but it will be discovered only in the next century ... Whatever, here is my story:
After looking at all the universe pictures that was the first thing that crossed my mind: »The earth and the other planets and stars are absolutely spherical, whether gases or stones, whether large or small. An incredible force has formed all these celestial bodies and keeps them in shape, but the force does not seem to work from the inside but from the outside.« The stars and galaxies are evenly distributed in the universe. I tried to draw points as evenly as possible on a sheet of paper, but I failed. It's always talked about gravity, attraction effect of matter, but the even distribution of the matter in the universe only indicates that the stars and planets avoid and do not attract each other.
I know the technology and the measuring instruments, gravity can be calculated and measured, and that is exactly why I questioned the explanations of gravity. First of all, I did a lot of research to find out if permanent gravitational differences were measured on Earth. The only thing I found were »small gravitational differences in storms, they were called temporary anomalies.« As has been known for 100 years, time at sea level is somewhat slower than in the mountains. Navigation with GPS must take the time differences into account so that the coordinates are correct. My question at that time was: »It cannot be that in the middle of the ocean and on the rocky beach, gravity has the same value, the matter is not homogeneous on earth, and the earth without water and with the mountains is also not round, but the atmosphere is nevertheless perfectly spherical. If only the Earth's core causes gravity, then we first had to answer the question how matter without gravity once heated up, and the explanation must apply to everything that is spherical in the outer space. »But if matter does not cause gravity, then what is it?« That was a few years ago and I couldn't accept any explanation completely, so I explained gravity to myself, because without a gravity explanation I couldn't develop any plausible technology for the 22nd century. For example, will cars float in the future? Now I can say: definitely not. Can space be folded in such a way that a wormhole is created and space travel is possible for us? No, that is not possible. This literally means for us: we are stranded here on earth forever.
But the year 2018 has made the theme topical again for me. Firstly, at some point at the beginning of the year I read: »A team wants or is already measuring time in different places on Earth.« Then I thought, when the results are available, maybe I could find out if there are significant permanent gravitational differences on Earth. In April 2018 I read another news: »As Juno swept above the cloud tops, it sensed that Jupiter's gravity wasn't pulling on it evenly, but changed.« There are huge storms there. I think the storms disturb the gravitation and that happens here on earth too.
And now, this is my "theory":
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