A Conversation for Theories on the Existence and Origin of the Universe
andysfoam Posted Feb 6, 2010
Would interstellar travel create tunnels through regions of higher density ISM? Unlike supernova which may have a roughly spherical shock wave? If aliens were traveling through the interstellar media in our galaxy, would ISM tunnels give their existence away?
andysfoam Posted Feb 8, 2010
Apparently the local interstellar medium`s density is believed to be quite low, which unfortunately probably rules out any nearby tunnels being observed. On the other hand(or alien limb), using our local ISM, could save them quite a bit of what ever fuel they use, as less is wasted in their spaceships wake.
andysfoam Posted Feb 9, 2010
If we were to enter one of these unobserved alien light speed routes, do we run the risk of being fined (for a traffic violation)?
andysfoam Posted Feb 12, 2010
Is S.E.T.I.looking for entry and exit tracks produced by alien spacecraft as they pass into & out of, our local low particle density space? It may be more sensible to seek alien destinations, rather than search the entire sky?
andysfoam Posted Feb 16, 2010
Had a look at the S.E.T.I, web page, apparently they only look for narrow bandwidth carrier signals. Has anybody checked that these carriers actually get through our sun`s various charged particle bow shocks, without being scattered or refracted away from the Earth?
andysfoam Posted Feb 21, 2010
Noticed in a recent article in N.S. magazine that S.E.T.I. would like an observatory in space, to take advantage of gravitational lensing effects, which may intensify(alien) radio signals from outside our solar system, if they exist?
andysfoam Posted Feb 21, 2010
Relativity increases mass with velocity in a particular direction, and increases to infinity as v~c. Would not the relativity factor also permit mass to decrease again from infinity as v exceeds c, the factor`s imaginary component indicating the existence of a shock wave within what ever medium supports mass?
andysfoam Posted Feb 22, 2010
The surface of the alien craft in contact with the mass bow-shock would be relatively frozen in time, when at or exceeding light speed, but could time within the interior pass at a more normal rate if the craft`s surrounding body mass were to somehow shield the interior of the craft? Slamming sub-atomic particles together gives no clues as to what happens inside a large alien craft sized lump of matter when being accelerated to near light speed?
andysfoam Posted Feb 23, 2010
Inertial Mass due to relativity Mr=M(invariant)/(1-v^2/c^2). However high the Inertial mass of the near light speed craft becomes, its invariant mass within the craft is still invariant. See Lorentz LET. Can Matter really contract to zero length, or is it`s contraction somehow limited(an infinity of yet smaller lengths)? What if the E & H field medium has a definite particle size, or a limited size distribution?
andysfoam Posted Feb 24, 2010
Sorry, M(relative)=M(invariant)/(1-(v/c)^2)^0.5,kg. The Lorentz aether theory postulates an immobile (E & H)aether, but it could be that the aether is a gas like distribution of substance particle sizes. If E&H electric fields are waves within the aether gas, a projectile may cause a bow wave through the aether, causing a change to the refractive index?
andysfoam Posted Feb 26, 2010
Have near light speed, projectiles(ions/molecules) been observed producing a change to the refractive index as they pass through the vacuum?
andysfoam Posted Feb 27, 2010
If the E & H fields were to be vibrations within a gas like particle media, then superpositions (of higher density), could intercept more of the lighter, faster moving particles, of the gravity particle field; which may be an alternative way of describing the gravity lensing effect? Is a refractive index change similar to a gravity lens effect?
andysfoam Posted Mar 3, 2010
Could the side of a spinning disc rotating in the same direction as its center of motion exceed light speed, if the discs motion were close to light speed?
andysfoam Posted Mar 6, 2010
Relativity theory puts the breaks on, but is it right? If space-time is an emergent property of vibrating substance particles, then distribution of substance sizes within the gas like media, places limits to where the application of relativity can be expected to function?
andysfoam Posted Mar 7, 2010
See Ergosphere, the frame exceeds light speed, objects in the frame don`t?
andysfoam Posted Mar 10, 2010
Ergosphere is a volume of Space-time that is being wrapped (dragged) around a rotating Black-hole. If space-time contains a light carrying substance particle media within, then this media should not only flow, but have time like eddies between the boundary layers?
andysfoam Posted Mar 17, 2010
Since the Ergosphere theory suggests that space-time and hence the light carrying media within it, can be wound around an object, is this a possible explanation for an electrons up, strange, and down spins?
andysfoam Posted Mar 21, 2010
As space-time is wound around an object and becomes ever thinner, will it eventually snap? It well may, if it`s made from substance particles, which break apart into yet smaller substance particles. The best way to fill a space is to start with the largest objects (particles) first, then pack the next largest size of objects in the remaining spaces, and repeat with ever smaller sizes.
andysfoam Posted Mar 22, 2010
If gravity is due to the Le Sage type interaction between light-matter wave and gravity substance particle medias, then as space-time is wound ever thinner and the light-matter particle media is crumbled into a mixture of smaller particle sizes, this mixture should interact less well with the gravity particle media? Space-time changes with the ingredients in the substance particle mixture?
andysfoam Posted Mar 24, 2010
Nice pictures of space dust on the esa`s Planck web pages, but how would you go about spotting trails made by objects moving through the cloud picture?
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