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gravity how does it work

GRAVITY

How does it work?

Presented by : Stephen Sia

Date : 21st March 2018

mother nature energy
Mother Nature & Energy
  • Mother Nature is a system that is universal i.e. it is inherent existing and dependent arising concurrently, just like the characteristics of energy.
  • And it is commonly known that we would need energy to initiate our desires or motions. Therefore, energy is a fundamental element in the dependent nature and it is nothing but mere vibration.
  • When there are opposing forces, there would be vibration. The alternate movement of the opposing forces would generate a continuum of wavy pattern oscillating up and down. This is the main reason for all the repeating cycle of rising and falling activities that one could witness in the dependent nature.
energy is space in tango space is energy in play
Energy is Space in Tango, Space is Energy in Play
  • Energy means the ability to do work. Such ability can be elucidated by a partaking of tango dance (a partner dance) in space due to its wavy nature. In other words, space can be described as energy in play on a dance floor.
  • And the intersection of low frequency waves of energy or so-called the crystallisation of low frequency waves of energy in space is known as matter. It is an element that occupies space due to the conversion from travelling waves of energy into standing waves of energy. In other words, energy and matter are simply two aspects of the same thing - both reflected in a different form under the influence of the surrounding conditions.
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Transformation of Atoms into Molecules (2)

Chronology: -

1. Firstly, through the crystallising process of low frequency waves of energy, atom A is formed and followed by atom B and then atom C and atom D.

2. The natural path of flowing waves of energy along atom A and atom B has resulted in a rotational force between the gap of atom A and atom B. Thus a clockwise rotational force is conjured up and it is also known as the gravitational force. Both atom A and atom B would then rotate in anti-clockwise directions respectively.

3. When atom C is formed, it would be drawn to either one of the existing atoms due to the natural path of flowing waves of energy, let’s say - atom B. A chemical bond is then originated between atom B and atom C. It is a strong bond due to the confronting direction in the natural path of flowing waves of energy, just like the kissing of a pair of rubber cymbals. Thus a new molecule is formed – molecule B-C.

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Transformation of Atoms into Molecules (3)

4. When atom D is formed, it would be drawn to either one of the existing atoms due to the natural path of flowing waves of energy, let’s say - atom A, to form into molecule A-D. A newly confined rotational bond (gravitational force) is conjured up between molecule A-D and molecule B-C.

5. Thereafter, these molecules would be magnetised or attracted to one another in accordance with Bernoulli’s principle that says when the speed of substance around the objects increases, the pressure reduces. Thus the molecule A-D and molecule B-C would move or travel in accelerating motions toward one another.

6. Concurrently, the atoms in the molecules would cease to self-rotate; instead it would vibrate in standing wave patterns respectively. The newly bonded molecules would then assume an anti-clockwise rotation with a new synergic force that gives rise to an enormous potency that is also known as the gravitational line force.

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Transformation of Atoms into Molecules (4)

7. At the end of the day, a new spiral-like gravitational line wave is configured in a diffusing pattern due to the natural aerodynamic flows i.e. the outer wave line is curling at a higher speed than the inner wave line with the illustration depicted as below: -

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How Does Gravity Work? (1)

1. For general understanding, the gravitational force would begin with at least three arising atoms. Gravity is directly influenced by the mass of atoms or molecules in an object (the amount of matter in an object); not the volume size. In other words, an increase in the density of the mass of atoms would conjure up a higher gravitational force between the objects or vice versa.

2. On the other hand, the rotation of an object does not affect its gravitational force. However, in terms of the surface gravity, it has a minor influence whereby when the centrifugal force increases the surface gravity would reduce slightly. For example, the Earth’s rotation causes a slight bulging at the equator and a slight flattening at the poles. As such, one would weigh slightly less at the equator and more at the poles. Let us ponder at the following illustration: -

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How Does Gravity Work? (2)

3. All objects have a force that attracts them toward each other. Even we attract other objects to us because of gravity but our mass is too insignificant for the force to come into effect.

4. For general understanding, weight is a force caused by the gravitational attraction. The weight of an object is the gravitational force between the object and the earth. The more mass the object has, the greater its weight will be.

The principle-in-effect: -

Weight (N) = Mass (kg) x Gravity (m/s2)

Also, the mass of an object stays the same wherever it is, but its weight may vary in line with the variance of the gravitational force on it, such as the Earth and the Moon.

Let us ponder at the following illustration: -

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How Does Gravity Work? (4)

5. The above illustration would depict that gravitational force arises when the conveyor belts of gravity begin to rotate in the respective clockwise and anti-clockwise directions concurrently with the arising of atoms or molecules.

6. An object with a larger mass would induce a more vigorous pushing force toward the other side of another object with a smaller mass. In other words, it is the amount of matter in an object that determines the strength of its gravitational force. Therefore, gravitational force increases when the masses of the objects are larger; instead of the volume size.

7. As a general reference, gravity between atoms is akin to voltage in an electrical circuit. When batteries are connected in series, the total amount of voltage in the circuit would be represented by the total sum of each battery’s capacity. Supposedly, one battery would bring about 1.5V then the overall two batteries would bring about 3.0V respectively. Therefore, a larger mass would bring about a greater gravitational force due to a higher number of conveyor belts of gravity rotating simultaneously between the atoms. Just like a series of turbine engines operating concurrently to generate a higher voltage that in turn brings about a higher electromotive force in an electrical circuit.

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How Does Gravity Work? (5)

8. Also, gravitational force increases when the objects are closer against one another. In accordance with Bernoulli’s principle, a more confined space between the atoms of the confronting objects would induce the conveyor belt of gravity to rotate at a higher speed thus generating a much lower pressure condition to its vicinity. Subsequently, the atoms between the confronting objects would be pushed toward one another at a more intense accelerating speed.

9. Finally, the more mass an object has, the more inertia it has. Inertia is described as the tendency of an object to resist change in its state of motion. It is mainly due to the arising of larger momentum in the object with a larger mass. For general understanding, translational momentum is solely dependent on the mass and the velocity of the object. A larger mass would take a prolonged force to bring up the object to the targeted speed and similarly, to bring it to a stop afterwards.

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How Does Gravity Work? (6)

10. Supposedly, object A is the Earth, object B is the rock and object C is the feather. In this case, the Earth would certainly contain much more masses than the rock, and the rock would contain more masses than the feather. When these three objects are closing in toward one another, the Earth with a much higher density of masses would certainly inherit a much greater inertia i.e. a resistance to change in its state of motion. This is despite the fact that these three objects are pushing against one another simultaneously.

11. At the end of the day, the force in effect would be the objects with lesser masses (object B and object C) moving toward the object with higher masses (object A) at the same accelerating motions. Another example would be the gravitational attraction between a human body and a tiny particle of dust. Certainly, the tiny particle of dust would move toward the human body that encompasses a comparatively higher mass and with greater inertia rather than the other way round.

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How Does Gravitational Lensing Work? (1)

1. The fabric of spacetime is fully occupied with the vessels of energy, just like the blood vessels in our body tissues and organs. In a way, we could label these vessels of energy as the arteries and the veins of the cosmos in an interlocking structure of wavy configuration as depicted below: -

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How Does Gravitational Lensing Work? (2)

2. Under a common circumstance, the gravitational force would arise when the conveyor belts of gravity begin to rotate in the respective clockwise and anti-clockwise directions concurrently with the arising of atoms or molecules. These conveyor belts of gravity are actually rotational movement of energies being formed out of the integration of the arteries and the veins of the cosmos.

3. However, in the case of a black hole, these conveyor belts would rotate in a unique harmonising mechanism i.e. energies in the arteries of the cosmos would travel in accelerating motions and concurrently, energies in the veins of the cosmos would travel in decelerating motions (in accordance with Newton’s 2nd law of motion) as illustrated below: -

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How Does Gravitational Lensing Work? (4)

4. Consequently, the push out force of gravity would increase in rate (vigorous) and the push in force of gravity would diminish in rate (weak). In addition, the variance in the velocity of energies between the arteries and the veins of the cosmos is inversely proportional to the circumference of the black hole.

5. The natural path of flowing waves of energy would then warp towards the outward direction from the centre of the black hole i.e. the route of energies traveling in the wavy arteries of the cosmos as illustrated below. Subsequently, the colossal mass of the black hole is compressed inwardly before collapsing into a singularity. This is the precise phenomenon of a black hole having a gravitational field so intense that no matter or radiation can escape.

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How Does Gravitational Lensing Work? (6)

6. Based on the above illustration, when a beam of light travels (via the veins of the cosmos) towards a black hole and very close to the event horizon, its velocity would slow down correspondingly. As a result, the respective beams of light would bend and travel at an angle towards the slower speed end, thus creating an optical phenomenon known as mirage (refers the following illustration). Just like the steering of 2-wheel hover board i.e. when the left wheel is rotating at a slower speed than the right wheel, the machine would move forward and proportionately curve towards the left direction.

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How Does Gravitational Lensing Work? (8)

7. At the same time, the rigorous gravitational force (push out force) would induce another new phenomenon known as time dilation. This is because in a faster inertial system, the velocity of change slows down due to high frequential occurrences near the black hole. The relationship between time dilation and the distance from the event horizon of a black hole is depicted as below: -

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How Does Gravitational Lensing Work? (9)

8. At the end of the day, we could conclude that the gravitational force is inversely proportional to the velocity of photon. The phenomenon of gravitational lensing is due to the velocity of photon that slows down when approaching a black hole with intense gravitational force. In other words, the speed of photon (light) should be part of the equation instead of its mass when analysing the process of gravitational lensing.

With all the above illustrations and descriptions, one would realise that energy is truly a fundamental element for the dependent nature to exist; without it, the dependent nature would be impossible. In fact, energy is an element that involves with basically the translational, rotational and vibrational motions. And these motions are the key components for the proceeding of universal laws such as the law of action, the law of attraction, the law of vibration, etc. Gravity, on the other hand, is an emergent force arising out of the principal flows of energies throughout the arteries and the veins of the cosmos.

the day science begins to study non physical

“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence. If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla