All those stars...burning their precious fuel away (via fusion)...advancing closer to the day they will deplete their fuel entirely. For what purpose? To cast their energy and light (photons) into the vast emptiness of space? Rarely contacting anything. Nothing benefiting from that wasted star energy?...

Theme of the universe = waste resources?]]>

The black hole "frozen star" interpretation is the one that's right]]>

A thrown

Our personal...

model to toy with for the holy days: The universe as a wave rolling through time.]]>

A harvesting machine that has grabbing means mounted on a rotating wheel, or band. This horisontal wheel or operating band, at the harvesting point, moves at the same speed, but in opposite direction as the harvesting vehicle, so that at the moment of gathering, the harvesting...

Jupiter, Saturn, Harvesting Machines?]]>

Could that crystal energy also be derived if you hit it with a hammer?

What if you took a rock that was 60% + Quartz Crystal (like Granite) and hit that with a hammer? Would you create any Piezo-electricity?

Egypt is filled with hundreds of what appear to be machined Granite boxes that have high...

Egyptian energy SOLVED?!?]]>

thus all things comprising of stuff are spongy(per say) in make-up. they contain a great deal more empty space being occupied by moving things.

Given that matter does come out of Black Holes(stuff comes out which kinda loosely maintains scientific known laws). and... the edge(& more soo centre) of the black hole is unknown as a mechanism of how it works and in what way...

Black Holes & Dark Energy a few thoughts]]>

"- oscillations in the star's light, with a period of about 90 minutes, that happened to be exact multiples of the planet's orbital frequency.-"

As possibly in the solar system, where the 5 min solar pulsation could be a link to the 300 light second...

planets orbit like their stars vibrate ?]]>

The interaction may also be represented as reciprocal “potential pressures”. The object “pushes” against space and space “pushes” back.

This assumes that “space” is not absolutely empty.

Potential pressures lead to a definition of gravitational energy potential.

Two massive objects interact (as a binary interaction) through their gravitational...

Can a massive object “pressurize” surrounding space?]]>

The theory of multiple times considers the existence of four times: irregular time, mathematical time (t in equations), psychological time and relative time. In general, time is the continuous succession of irreversible changes. Time is the continuity of movement. Actually we find events with variable or irregular rhythm, such as the current of a river or the flight of birds. The mathematical time has uniform and periodic rhythm, and is taken as reference to measure...

Theory of multiple times]]>

Vo Jupiter system about Sun 13.07 km/sec. so, it appears when aligned at perihelion, Europa should move backward on it's orbit around the Sun,...

different outcomes for opposite sides of Moons, and their orbits]]>

What do you all think?]]>

Special and general theories of relativity shows that there is dependency between time, matter and space. If both time and dynamic are not exists on fundamental level, it means also that matter and space, observable by us, are also not fundamental and not exists on fundamental level.

We observe effects of time and dynamics each second. How to build model...

Deriving spacetime in four-dimensional Euclidean space without time and dynamics]]>

A purely etheric world, which followed after an oscillational world had transitioned to a vibrational-ether world, is what preceded our quantum-structured universe. Etherically finely-tuned, powerfully-fluxing, etheric forces produced energized foci conaining etheric mental Entitie(s). These etheric regions can't even be imagined from our world of quantum forces....

Michael Anteski's Ether model]]>

The “Newton catastrophe” permits infinite acceleration at the center of a massive object. This error may be avoided if the gravitational wave is finite at the center.

Can a gravitational field associated with a massive object, may be...

Can a gravitational field be represented as a wave function?]]>

Second Try;

If so, the wave must approximate Newton gravitational acceleration at significant distances from the associated object. The field strength should be zero at the center of the object. The wave amplitude should be related to the Schwarzschild radius.

The “Newton catastrophe” permits infinite acceleration at the...

Can a gravitational field be represented as an acceleration? (2nd try)]]>