Bubbles of Energy. What are They? Do gravitons exist and is there a force of gravity inside mass?
Question by Reader
Excerpts from Email by PhD Candidate
"It's interesting to read about your view of gravitational balance being a 'force' pushing from outside of mass, rather than the conventional and elusive concept of gravity being lodged somewhere inside mass, assumedly inside gravitons.
Do you have any other papers or works expanding on the concept? Do you think that your concept, although it stands to logic more than the traditional view of gravity, is somewhat farfetched, as to be possible it requires a completely different approach to astrophysics, denying or discarding a lot of the accepted present science? I mean, to explain your view, you do away with gravity, the constant speed of light throughout the galaxies, the expansion of the universe, and more.
I hope you don’t mind I ask those questions that might have been answered in the course of the book's debate, but I thought you wouldn't mind to summarize these points and perhaps even expand on them."
I don’t mind you ask the questions. Thank you for reading the book and for writing.
In other words, the ideas expressed in the book have as little solid scientific proof as the 'Standard' Model's 'only accepted and valid' assumptions about gravity, gravitons, constant speed of light throughout the universe, expansion of the same, Dark Matter and Dark Energy have. Those are also just theories, part of a narrative carefully built on previous assumptions.
As it is stated in the book from the beginning, the views expressed are to a high degree not based on proven science. None of the main claims of the book is part of proven science. Perhaps, the views could be classified as theoretical intelligent design, if readers and critics would accept such a classification.
However, the Bubbles of Energy proposed in the book neither are essentially contradictory nor contradict experimental science, unlike the 'Standard' Model narrative, as the book brings out and explains.
Regarding the gravitational balance and its description, I do have previous papers, articles or commentaries about it, but they are not presently available, as those might need to be updated.
The concepts of Bubbles of energy and of the space-mass are mostly new and original and, as you pointed out, they require that we view a number of assumed 'axioms' of science as possibly faulty.
In relation to gravity, scientists have been trying to understand unsuccessfully how is generated for about four centuries, although the mathematical formulas developed by Kepler and Newton have been mostly successful.
The concept of bubbles proposes that the force that keeps things pushed against matter is not generated in the interior of matter, but instead is generated by the space-mass of a bubble.
Bubbles of energy are generated by the interactions of a portion of space and the mass included in it. Therefore, an atom is the result of the interactions of the space the atom occupies and the mass present in it.
The mentioned portion of space, once it interacts with the mass present in it, becomes a unit of space-mass, which in turn moves through its outer space while interacting with it. That would explain the fact that an atom moves with its own space and mass through the surrounding outer space. In the view of bubbles, not only atoms, but planets, solar systems and galaxies are such bubbles of energy or bubbles of space-mass.
Smaller bubbles of energy combine to form bigger ones, such as the sun, planets, moons and other celestial bodies combine their respective bubbles of energy and space-mass to generate a greater one, the solar system. In turn, a number of solar systems and other events, combine their bubbles of energy to generate a galaxy and so on.
I am glad you asked the question, as the discussion in the book -as you pointed out- is in a debate form and the discussions are focused in one aspect at the time, although sometimes the conversation changes course, as it often happens in free debates. This means that the general vision evolves through the book, and not as in a scientific paper in which the main propositions are stated at the beginning of the paper and organized in a certain accepted academic way.
The exchange with you offers the chance to express concepts in a more organized way. Thank you for taking your time to ask and comment.