How does the Author dare challenging Einstein's Explanation of the Spacetime?
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"What credentials the author of this book, an unknown newcomer, has to challenge established science? How had he dared challenging Einstein's explanation of the spacetime?"
I don’t dare anything. I question his binding space and time into the 'spacetime' and the assumption that the same is the basic structure or fabric of the universe. Furthermore, I question his relating the assumed spacetime to gravity, by saying that gravity is the curvature of the spacetime.
In the bubbles and space-mass view, time is only a measuring tool of the interactions of space and mass, but not a component of space and mass. Time is neither one of the forces involved in the interactions, nor its assumed curvature is what generates gravity. Just like a thermometer doesn’t generate the temperature of a body, but only measures it, time is only one of the ways involved in perceiving and measuring the interactions of space and mass.
The concept of bubbles of energy states that when, because of the assumed 'force of gravity', an object falls or is pushed towards the earth's surface at certain speed, the forces involved in the process are space and mass. In that sense space is a 'force'. Time doesn’t have anything to do with forces, but it is only a way to measure the distance travelled by the object and the speed of movement. Time is neither pushing the object nor stopping it from moving.
The bubble's view is that time and energy are generated by the interactions of space and mass, although Galaxies For Intelligently Designed Minds doesn't discuss in detail that energy is the consequence of those interactions.
While many might assume that space is inert and not a force, the bubbles concept claims that space is a force and an active and indispensable ingredient and element in the universe. The interactions of space and mass generate energy and there wouldn’t be energy without space. In fact, there wouldn’t even be any mass without space.
I respect Einstein's contributions to science, but obviously in those points I disagree. Therefore, I say so and if I can, I propose a different view. In this case, I found an intelligent view directly connected to the explanations in Scripture.