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## why the universe moves apart and how gravity and the Casimir effect works

Entry for September 22, 2006

I just figured out why the universe moves appart, how gravity and the casimir effect works AND how magnetism works.

If matter ever started existing out of nothing there is no reason for this proses to stop. Just appearing out of nothing is strange enough on it's own I think.

Our universe is made from particles which all move parallel to each other in circles. The space between is full of other stuff.

If you push a large object or one that is really dense it will resist the force you apply. Even in a vacuum it will resist your push depending on it's mass. The rest of the 'space' is filled with other stuff that we cant see.

The stuff is constantly banging into each other, this causes the universe to expand.

Now I think it expands on various levels.

In most cases we don't see it really because the particles we are made of all remain on relatively equal distance of each other.

van der Waal found out that watter sticks to the wall with some force. If the distance is that small the amount of dark matter that get between and bumps into the watter and the wall is much smaller now.

Casimir also found out that shit attracts each other if it's really really close to each other.

Of course this is not attraction but lack of moving away!

It makes sense for gravity to be exactly the same!

If there is nothing around an object in space it gets hit from all sides equally often!

Simple example:

Our moon is blocking off the dark matter pounding into earth from all directions.

This means the force is the same all around except from the side where the moon sits.

What do you think?

The mass of the magnet just rotates a bit out of sink with the rest of this universe of ours (say 0.00001degree)
that's why it can also push other magnets away.

Metals also get hit by dark matter that normally moves straight true everything. But it doesn't effect or shield it off, only a magnet can shield of the dark matter bombardment.

easy :)

1. "Dark Matter" is a mathematical assumption to correct for the observed relative motion of galaxies over astronomical distances. We know with great accuracy the interactions of close observable objects due to gravitational mass as mathematically defined by Newton. Over astronomical distances there are gravitational effects on movement of observable objects that can only be explained by assuming gravitational masses we can't see, planets, asteroids, space dust, black holes, hence dark matter. It has nothing to do with the function of magnets. It is not that mysterious. It is assumed to be ordinary matter. Since material objects can't physically occupy the same space at the same time, the idea that dark matter can move through anything is false.
The Casimir Effect is an explanation for experimental observation of wave like behavior of energy fields at the sub-millimeter level. If two boats are floating within one wave length of each other in an ocean swell, they will be pushed together by the action of the waves since they will both be forced toward the trough between wave peaks. If moving wave peak passes beneath them, they will be pushed apart then pushed together in the following trough, oscillating at the same frequency as the wave train. If the wave system is a standing wave they will remain together in the trough or separated by one wavelength by an intervening peak. Very small objects interacting in an electromagnetic field behave the same way at sub-wavelength distances. The same is true of gravitational fields. Casimir effect provides experimental confirmation of wave behavior models. But it only has practical implications for engineering at the micro and nano size levels. At the macro level it doesn't apply since the net sum of forces greater than one wavelength is 0.
First of all, thank you for the reply.

<We know with great accuracy the interactions of close observable objects due to gravitational mass as mathematically defined by Newton.>
I think that fits perfectly with my theory. Newton did something much like steorn "describe the phenomenon" but he didn't define what happens.

<We know with great accuracy the interactions of close observable objects due to gravitational mass as mathematically defined by Newton.>

I believe replacing the unknown attraction force with a normal force does not in-validate any of those measurements.

<Over astronomical distances there are gravitational effects on movement of observable objects that can only be explained by assuming gravitational masses we can't see,>

There are always other ways of describing a thing, much like I'm doing here. :) "A force we cant see" doesn't explain where it comes from.

<Since material objects can't physically occupy the same space at the same time, the idea that dark matter can move through anything is false.>

Sorry I didn't mean to suggest it occupies the same space. It fills up the void which is already known to exist, as we are exist around it we can-not see it nor can we see how much room there is. I believe interaction does exist and explains all those badly described jet pretty strange forces we see around us.

<The Casimir Effect is an explanation for experimental observation of wave like behavior of energy fields at the sub-millimeter level. If two boats are floating within one wave length of each other in an ocean swell, they will be pushed together by the action of the waves since they will both be forced toward the trough between wave peaks.>

I think it's safe to say that waves made out of nothing don't exist, it violates the meaning of the word wave which is much older as the interpretation. A wave is a way for an object to move. Take away the object and the waves don't exist.

When we recognize a wave without a detectable body it makes sense to describe it as just that, exactly that and nothing more. To imagine a body doing measurements is clearly faulty we totally agree on that.

But after the measurements it's safe to go and look for logical body's to create such. Remember, we didn't detect the wave it self, we detect a result or symptom of it.

<If moving wave peak passes beneath them, they will be pushed apart then pushed together in the following trough, oscillating at the same frequency as the wave train. If the wave system is a standing wave they will remain together in the trough or separated by one wavelength by an intervening peak.>

Even if it's just "some wave" out of nothing we still have to explain how the wave can happen. "The wave has no mass and it does work?" That just cant be it? It explains nothing?

<Very small objects interacting in an electromagnetic field behave the same way at sub-wavelength distances. The same is true of gravitational fields. Casimir effect provides experimental confirmation of wave behavior models. But it only has practical implications for engineering at the micro and nano size levels. At the macro level it doesn't apply since the net sum of forces greater than one wavelength is 0.>

He was correct, don't get me wrong.

To put my really long story short. I've done nothing but eliminate all attracting forces and have replaced them with pushing forces.

For the simple reason that we then have only have 1 law left.

2 objects can-not be in the same place at the same time.

Think about how much sense that makes. It's a wave alright, but it needs a body!

I'm happy you've replied to this, I had posted it in a few places but didn't hear much about it. I'm going to read up on Casimir now. Imagine if I'm right? His study then explains how dark matter moves in stead of denotate waving ghosts. I don't believe in ghosts :)

Are there any studies that clearly falsify this?

gravity, mass, newton, casimir