A Hypothesis: The Fabric of Space:

Every point in space is at the center of it’s own universe in isotropy. Imagine a stick figure representation of space using rays in space emanating from a point in every direction spherically. Now imagine rays emanating in every direction spherically from another nearby point in space . The ray lines which are between the two points will crisscross. Now imagine this happening at every point in space with lines emanating spherically from every point in space. Now we have an unimaginably complex fabric of space. Space is expanding from every point in space so that there is a dynamic delta in the fabric of space. As a 3D object moves through this fabric the effect in the direction of travel has the object both increase and decrease in size relative to the surrounding space as it moves from point to point (the diverging and converging lines emanating from every point in space). As the object moves through space it is moving from one universe to the next as it passes each point in space with each point being at the center of it’s own universe. This could be referred to as the multiverse.

As a 3D object exists in space it causes anisotropy in the isotropy of space. This anisotropy, or warped space, surrounding 3D objects is commonly called gravity.

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A Hypothesis: The Nature of Gravity:

Gravity is **not** a pulling force. Gravity is a **pushing** force! The 180° change in the direction of the force of gravity from an attractive force to a repulsive force is a symmetry. Matter “absorbs” the gravitational energy from the universe and creates a gravitational “shadow” in three dimensions. The pushing force of gravitational energy is not completely “absorbed” by matter except possibly in the case of Black Holes.The variability of “absorption” can explain the variability of gravity with respect to varying masses. The greater the mass the greater the “absorption” and the lesser the mass the lesser the “absorption”. The gravitational energy which is not “absorbed” passes through the mass and partially counteracts the pushing force coming from the other direction. Two objects in the vicinity of each other, each having a gravitational “shadow”, are pushed toward each other. As they approach each other the gravitational “shadows” intensify and the result is increasing gravitational acceleration. An object in free space not close to another object receives an equal amount of gravitational energy from all directions and therefore stays suspended in space and obeys all of Newton’s laws of motion. It is much more logical to assume that the force of gravity originates from the limitless depths of the universe than to try to imagine some force emanating from matter which pulls other matter towards it. Gravity as a repelling force explains the voids and alignment of galaxies in the macroscopic universe.

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