• Oct 13th 2007, 09:19 AM
Pincho Paxton
I need to be taken through this step by step. It is very important.

I have no Idea firstly what those black spots mean.

Or those funny looking E shapes.

Thanks.

Pincho.

http://arxiv.org/ftp/astro-ph/papers/0101/0101401.pdf
• Oct 13th 2007, 09:34 AM
topsquark
Quote:

Originally Posted by Pincho Paxton
I need to be taken through this step by step. It is very important.

I have no Idea firstly what those black spots mean.

Or those funny looking E shapes.

Thanks.

Pincho.

http://arxiv.org/ftp/astro-ph/papers/0101/0101401.pdf

The "black spots" are simply multiplication signs. Why they were so blackened in I have no idea.

The "funny looking E shapes" are summations:$\displaystyle \sigma_i$.

If you couldn't figure out or didn't know either of these I don't know why you are even trying to read this paper. What course is this for?

-Dan
• Oct 13th 2007, 09:38 AM
Pincho Paxton
Quote:

Originally Posted by topsquark
The "black spots" are simply multiplication signs. Why they were so blackened in I have no idea.

The "funny looking E shapes" are summations:$\displaystyle \sigma_i$.

If you couldn't figure out or didn't know either of these I don't know why you are even trying to read this paper. What course is this for?

-Dan

I am solving a problem with gravity in space. Scientists are looking for Dark Matter, I have found what they are looking for, but now I need to write the math's paper to prove it.

I really need to learn this today.

I don't even know what a summation is.
• Oct 13th 2007, 09:42 AM
topsquark
Quote:

Originally Posted by Pincho Paxton
I am solving a problem with gravity in space. Scientists are looking for Dark Matter, I have found what they are looking for, but now I need to write the math's paper to prove it.

I really need to learn this today.

I don't even know what a summation is.

Ummmmm... Okay.

-Dan
• Oct 13th 2007, 09:44 AM
Pincho Paxton
Quote:

Originally Posted by topsquark
Ummmmm... Okay.

-Dan

Hexagonal Honeycomb shaped bubbles that fill space, and are created by magnetic forces.
• Oct 13th 2007, 09:55 AM
topsquark
Quote:

Originally Posted by Pincho Paxton
Hexagonal Honeycomb shaped bubbles that fill space, and are created by magnetic forces.

(sigh) I've heard similar ideas to this one before. I'm not trying to be rude, but you are apparently telling me that you have solved the dark matter problem, which is a problem in General Relativity, apparently without knowing a basic Mathematical operator like summation? Even ignoring space-time and just dealing with 3-space, the solution of the Maxwell equations for the magnetic forces that create your honeycombs requires integral calculus, which you obviously have not learned.

I'm not trying to blunt your enthusiasm (which I admire), but I think you might want to learn some more Math and Physics before you try to tackle this paper.

-Dan
• Oct 13th 2007, 09:57 AM
Pincho Paxton
All I have to do is to calculate the size of the bubbles around each Galaxy, based on the density of the Galaxy, and the curvature of the Galaxy. A curved Galaxy creates larger Hexagonal Bubbles, than a flat galaxy. We can use the Milky Way as the Originator, which we compare with all other Galaxies. The paper that I have shown you already corrects the curvature to get the correct Gravity force, however they did not know the exact cause of the change in Gravity. And I have discovered that the bubbles are actually Gravity itself. Large bubbles are heavy gravity, and small bubbles are voidlike. The bubbles vibrate because of the background noise, and the vibration is a wave that pushes us down to the ground. magnets also work the same way. Electrons spin around the metal, producing the small hexagons, and the hexagons are a nice neat size to fit around iron particles and grab them. The hexagon shape is created by the bunching of the bubbles, and surface tension between them. The bubbles around the Earth are large near the crust, gettin smaller, and smaller the higher you go, and therefore gravity decreases the higher you go. Then into space is the void, or very tiny bubbles.
• Oct 13th 2007, 10:18 AM
topsquark
Quote:

Originally Posted by Pincho Paxton
All I have to do is to calculate the size of the bubbles around each Galaxy, based on the density of the Galaxy, and the curvature of the Galaxy. A curved Galaxy creates larger Hexagonal Bubbles, than a flat galaxy. We can use the Milky Way as the Originator, which we compare with all other Galaxies. The paper that I have shown you already corrects the curvature to get the correct Gravity force, however they did not know the exact cause of the change in Gravity. And I have discovered that the bubbles are actually Gravity itself. Large bubbles are heavy gravity, and small bubbles are voidlike. The bubbles vibrate because of the background noise, and the vibration is a wave that pushes us down to the ground. magnets also work the same way. Electrons spin around the metal, producing the small hexagons, and the hexagons are a nice neat size to fit around iron particles and grab them.

The equation you are referring to is derived from General Relativity applied to the mass density distribution of the Milky Way. I can see enough similarities to other equations I have seen and/or derived to say this with confidence. But I do not know how they derived it.

Now, I hold an MS in Physics with a concentration in Quantum Field Theory and I study a lot. It would probably take me at least several weeks to look up references to understand what this equation says. But I'm sure I could do it, having had a great deal of the basic education behind Astrophysics, though I've never actually taken a course in Astrophysics. I have taken several semesters of high level Mathematics, and have had to teach myself more, in order to achieve this level.

So, taking you seriously for a moment I'm going to ask a question: these hexagonal bubbles are created from magnetic fields, presumably from the magnetic field of the Galaxy. Now, you are saying these bubbles actually are gravity itself. So tell me: If magnetic force is transmitted by a helicity 1 particle, how can it create a gravitational domain that transmits its force via a helicity 2 particle? This requires a fuller knowledge of quantum gravity than even I know.

If you can successfully answer this question I will guide you to a resource that can probably help you.

-Dan
• Oct 13th 2007, 10:26 AM
Pincho Paxton
Quote:

Originally Posted by topsquark
The equation you are referring to is derived from General Relativity applied to the mass density distribution of the Milky Way. I can see enough similarities to other equations I have seen and/or derived to say this with confidence. But I do not know how they derived it.

Now, I hold an MS in Physics with a concentration in Quantum Field Theory and I study a lot. It would probably take me at least several weeks to look up references to understand what this equation says. But I'm sure I could do it, having had a great deal of the basic education behind Astrophysics, though I've never actually taken a course in Astrophysics. I have taken several semesters of high level Mathematics, and have had to teach myself more, in order to achieve this level.

So, taking you seriously for a moment I'm going to ask a question: these hexagonal bubbles are created from magnetic fields, presumably from the magnetic field of the Galaxy. Now, you are saying these bubbles actually are gravity itself. So tell me: If magnetic force is transmitted by a helicity 1 particle, how can it create a gravitational domain that transmits its force via a helicity 2 particle? This requires a fuller knowledge of quantum gravity than even I know.

If you can successfully answer this question I will guide you to a resource that can probably help you.

-Dan

The bubbles are created by spin. Spinning planets, spinning galaxies, magnets are created by spinning electrons. Everything is like a food mixer filled with soapy liquid. So there is no two stage magnetism, gravity, apart from the bubbles around a magnet are charged positive negative. They are all the same, but the bubbles can only grab an array of elements that all fit inside a bubble. Like your hands have difficulty to hold sand, it will just spill out of them, but you can hold rocks. An ant can hold sand, but it can't hold the rocks.

I have had to rename Dark Matter by the way to Spooky Honeycomb Repulsion/Attraction.

I have actually found pictures on the internet where you can see the bubbles.. look for hexagon pattern on Saturn...hexagon shapes in south atlantc. And I have seen them around magnets too.

By the way.. we aren't magnetised to the ground by the gravity. We are vibrated to the ground by the formation of a wave through the bubbles. The bubbles changing sizes upwards produce a shape that goes from a strong wave to a weak wave passing along the bubbles. the bubbles are vibrating from the background radiation, and it is the vibration that pushes us down.
• Oct 13th 2007, 11:02 AM
topsquark
Quote:

Originally Posted by Pincho Paxton
The bubbles are created by spin. Spinning planets, spinning galaxies, magnets are created by spinning electrons. Everything is like a food mixer filled with soapy liquid. So there is no two stage magnetism, gravity, apart from the bubbles around a magnet are charged positive negative. They are all the same, but the bubbles can only grab an array of elements that all fit inside a bubble. Like your hands have difficulty to hold sand, it will just spill out of them, but you can hold rocks. An ant can hold sand, but it can't hold the rocks.

I have had to rename Dark Matter by the way to Spooky Honeycomb Repulsion/Attraction.

I have actually found pictures on the internet where you can see the bubbles.. look for hexagon pattern on Saturn...hexagon shape in south atlantc.

Sorry, this isn't going to work. Statistical mechanics tells us that the electrons (going around in their "orbits") does not create a magnetic field. So the source of your magnetic fields is not due to this. Now, the spin of the electron can create an overall magnetic field. (By the way, the spin or helicity of a particle has nothing to do with any sort of spin that you have in the macroscopic world. It is a purely quantum phenomenon and merely has some Mathematical aspects similar to the "spin" of an object rotating on its axis.) As far as your honeycombs are concerned the bubbles should be relatively smooth on a small scale, but for something as large as the Solar System the field will be granular on a large scale, more or less approximated by singular points where each planet, each moon, and the Sun are, since space is relatively empty. Perhaps on the Galactic scale the honeycombs create a smooth field again; you would need to sum over the singular points to show that you can approximate them by a smooth integral.

But I'm not convinced. Where is the experimental evidence for all this?

And by the way, you didn't answer my question. So I'm also assuming you didn't know what the terms meant. Which means you don't have anywhere near the knowledge to prove, or even disprove, your theory. The resource I was considering sending you to would make me look like a really nice guy. (Though if you had the level of knowledge you are trying to show me you have, then they'd talk to you in a respectable manner.)

Please take my advice: get some college level textbooks and teach yourself (or be taught) some basic Physics and Mathematics before you try to tackle this paper again.

I'm done with this discussion.

-Dan
• Oct 13th 2007, 11:14 AM
Pincho Paxton
No wait you are talking about magnetism, and I am talking about the wave caused by the bubbles vibrating. You need to get a clear picture of this vibration shape through the bubbles. It would be a decreasing wave shape. A decreasing wave is like a sea that is flat moving towards stronger currents that push you away. We aren't magnetised to the ground by the gravity. We are vibrated to the ground by the formation of a wave through the bubbles. The bubbles changing sizes upwards produce a shape that goes from a strong wave to a weak wave passing along the bubbles. the bubbles are vibrating from the background radiation, and it is the vibration that pushes us down. This is how the transition from gravity to magnetism takes place.