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  1. I want to know all of it, especially the mathematical models. I have always been into this stuff at some level all my life albeit at just the curiosity level such as reading some articles and watching tv on it. But that obviously isn't giving me a high enough resolution picture for me to see the details. I would need to learn these models to increase the resolution of my overall picture of the universe. I did find some sources online that meet my level, so thanks again gentleman. I hope the next time I come on here Ill say something that makes sense. This picture is what I have
  2. I am more than likely wrong on all accounts but the Idea simply made sense to my current understanding. It seems apparent my current understanding is quite misleading. I appreciate your patience with me in your explanations. This stuff is fascinating the hell out of me though. Could you possibly recommend some entry level physics/calculus books I could begin with increasing my understanding of how all this works?
  3. If you literally just took out the word curved and added layered in every one of your explanations, it fits perfectly... My point is saying its not a curve its space layered upon itself in the area giving the notion of curvature. That one dimensional space is not just simply bent around the mass but layered. since space in my understanding is depicted as one dimensional concerning gravity theory does that not mean it is stackable?
  4. I know my terminology is terrible, I wish I could put this Idea into a program to show my idea. I used "space is not a substance" so that people wouldn't think I was talking about physical pressure such as the physical pressure water produces when displaced which would have by all accounts been immediately ruled out. Yes, I have read some of these studies but what they are studying is particles slowed down and cold enough so that its energy is less than its mass. The negative mass I'm referring to is absence of everything. If the negative mass does exist, its energy would be infinite d
  5. I will try to make a model for this for mathematical predictions. But I am just a plumber, these ideas visually came to me all at once when I was driving down the road... So I don't really fully understand the concepts. I thought of and wrote down all this within two hours. I posted this for an attempt at a meaningful discussion on the idea itself. I can't honestly think of any facet of the universe that this wouldn't fit. I realize creating the math to the hypothesis is the only thing that can make it truly viable, but did not all theories start as hypothesis? Also, haven't countless hyp
  6. I understand your points. However, not one of you actually said or mentioned anything why these wouldn't actually be true. Saying that it doesn't relate to "known" science is the absolute worst argument you can use. bloodletting was "known" science at one point. And I used multiple concepts just to show the idea of these "layered dimensions" could fit into any facet. my whole implication here is that current understanding of "how stuff works" is completely wrong. Mass does not push, pull or move anything. the fact that I don't know how to put these ideas into numbers doesn't mak
  7. I had a random idea recently that popped in my head out of nowhere. The Idea itself is that mass such as Earth is occupying space. The space occupied therefore is now encompassing the mass in layers evenly around it. Space is not a substance and cannot exert pressure downward on mass. However space has been proven to constantly expand, Expansion is a form of movement which I could assume would also be a form of energy however undefined that energy may be. So if that energy of space expansion exists, Than the closer you are to the layers of space the stronger this energy becomes. I propo
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