What is the Medium Space
And now how I see it and what speaks for it. The medium-space could be a kind of force field, like a magnetic force field, but it is not measurable by humans. When larger lumps of matter float in the medium-space, gravity is created which increases analogously with the volume. Thereby makes only little difference what kind of matter is involved, only the volume is decisive. But different elements like gas or rock are penetrated differently deep, and then the space grids bend until they can no longer bend any more. Summarized, when the medium-space begins to bend, gravity begins to originate, whereby also matter type plays a role, at which volume the gravity originates. If volume and kind of the matter must bend the space grids further, but the space grids cannot bend anymore, it results additionally a hole in the medium-space and the hole is then in the inside of the Earth in this example. The hole could probably be the reason for lava core of the planets or stars, the pressure alone in the earth's interior does not seem to be the only one, or at least such an explanation cannot be applied everywhere. The pressure in the Earth's interior enlarges the lava core, the hole in medium-space had to be smaller than the lava core. The matter in the hole in the medium-space, i.e. in nothingness, makes the matter unstable. Why? Because nothing must be something else. Another kind of space. In the nothing, no materia or something else can exist, nothing is nothing, I don't mean that rhetorically but physically.
Keyword: stars. According to this model, gravity would no longer increase from a certain volume, only the nature of matter would still cause slight gravitational differences if the parameters are still borderline. Gravity on a large planet and on a gigantic planet would then be almost as strong, but certainly much stronger than on the small Earth.
The gravitation of stars extends over larger distances around stars and is also stronger at the surface, but it is due to the liquid materia which can hardly be penetrated by the medium-space. Read more about it in the next chapters.
Space, what is already known in science? The light follows the invisible space grids, and the space can be deformed. Recently, gravitational waves were measured that originated from an exploded supernova. There was an explosion and as a result a shock, something then transported the shock in the form of waves across space. Example: throw a stone into the water and on the surface of the water you can see the energy from the stone throw traveling in wave form across the surface of the water. I am of the opinion that the medium-space has transported the explosion shock across space. Another example: we humans communicate with satellites and with the rover on Mars. What transports the radio waves or the explosion shock when space is empty, truly the definition of nothing? Sound is only transmitted in the air, a loudspeaker in outer space does not generate sound; but communication and explosion waves, and light-specific energy can be transferred by the space. Why do comets lose dust? Why have the comets tail behind them? The rock erodes over time and becomes dust, but the dust seems to rub against something and doesn't fly any further. What does dust rub against when space is really empty, the definition of nothing? Often I have read: we humans transmit radio waves which spread in space around the Earth. When other civilizations eventually receive our messages, they will know about us. This way we could also notice other civilizations. It's really like that? Just as the comet's tail is left behind, so the radio waves also spread to the place where the waves were sent. But the earth rotates around the sun and the galaxy moves the sun for the first time around its own axis and the galaxy itself also flies somewhere through the universe, the galaxy does not just rotate on the spot. The radio waves do not fly with the Earth and the galaxy, but remain where they were transmitted. Aliens would accidentally receive less than a second, because their planet would not stay on the spot too, and the received signal would only be a short noise and they could no longer determine where the radio wave came from. In the next chapters more to this topic.
The medium-space, that is the force field-like medium, could be very tough, with a given shape and it can only be a little stretched or compressed and although it is rigid, it is elastic to a certain degree, which is necessary to transmit explosion shocks. But at some point it becomes plastic and it tears off. After the deforming force stops, the deformation returns to its original shape and the hole in the medium-space disappears, and the space grids connect again at the same place, we can assume it like this. The planets and stars seem to be under pressure from all sides, but materia can float in all directions without resistance. But I feel how a planet causes tensions in the medium-space over great distances. The tensions are opposite to gravity and are hardly perceptible, but over longer distances two planets on a collision course can distract each other. According to my understanding, the medium-space can also move materia somehow, whether by tensions in the medium-space like already described or however a combination of magnetic field or something else might also cause tensions. The sun worries me, because according to my explanation of gravity the Earth no longer orbits around the sun because of the gravitation of the sun and also has an elliptical orbit, there must be something else here, and by an analogy with the galaxies I have come to the conclusion that the planets around the sun have an orbit to fly. More precisely, the Earth will not fall or move away from the Sun at any time, the declared principle of slow time, the principle of gravity that is not caused by materia and the disc-shaped galaxies with the spiral arms, now allow new knowledge that the planets must orbit stars, and the orbits are given. They orbit like electrons in atoms. The excuse with the big comparison is not true; there are unimaginably bigger stars in the universe. Big is relative.
I have tried to find materials that would reproduce the properties of medium-space in the outer space as I imagine it to be. A characteristic would be like Styrofoam. The space grinds are rigid and absolutely straight, but it cannot be that the gigantic universe remains with perfectly straight space grinds; therefore it is conceivable that at regular intervals the space grinds break off, as if the space would consist of several smaller cubes. Within a cube the space grids are absolutely straight, between the cubes there is a kink in the space grid, similar in an pulled out tape measure. The space grids remain connected, the medium-space, although rigid, remains elastic in the kink with small stretches. The buckling point probably moves continuously in all directions, depending on the stresses that occur in the medium-space. The space cubes could remain in the same places, but the size and shape of the cubes could change constantly. There is something against the idea that the space cubes travel through space, namely that according to my imagination, the formed kinks in the space grids will exist forever. The cubes, as I imagine them, move slightly restlessly in all possible directions, say about one degree, but materia does not notice it, how the medium-space is not influenced by the movement of the materia. Perhaps the light coming from the neighbouring space cube could be slightly deflected by the movements. A star observed at distance e.g. could swing or tremble according to my imagination. I wonder if this was ever observed. Now I remember, if the universe would be a sphere, then all space grids could run through the middle, also I wonder, if the universe could really be divided into smaller space cubes or rather wedge-shaped, but this makes the simulation more difficult, and there can be different shapes. I'll explain this later, because the sections of outer space with the nebula can't be fragmented.
Tensions in the medium space can also occur when for example a galaxy approaches. Two stars or planets, which occupy larger volumes in space and thus bend the space grids outwards, cause stresses in the space force field. If two stars accidentally collide with each other, the two stars would avoid each other due to the slight tensions in the grids, which can be felt over long distances. The deviation is sufficient so that the two stars do not reach each other in their gravitational field. The even distribution of the materia in the universe confirms the necessity of such a mechanism.