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    Which gives us that:

    kx + C = E
    there is a linear process so k is not 0

    {Energy cannot be created or destroyed
    {All objects energy is increasing

    That gives us:
    The objects with energy are fusioning together, undivideably and becoming one with eachother.

    I call it quantum fusion, but that term is probably already taken.


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    Is this how matter comes to be perhaps? Sorry if I misunderstood


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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Is this how matter comes to be perhaps? Sorry if I misunderstood
    You did not misunderstand, this is how matter comes to be.
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    Nice. Why is this in Pseudoscience then? It sounds reasonable
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Nice. Why is this in Pseudoscience then? It sounds reasonable
    :wink:

    There may also be a frequency variation caused by interactions with photons etc. That variations always pendle around the linear process (that is in the middle) since photons enter and leave so the mass would still be increasing linearly since both the photons and the matter affected is increasing linearly.
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    Pseudoscience

    The Discussion regarding theories, methodologies or practices that do not conform to what is currently accepted by the scientific community.
    So this isn't currently accepted or thought of in the scientific community? You're so going to be famous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Pseudoscience

    The Discussion regarding theories, methodologies or practices that do not conform to what is currently accepted by the scientific community.
    So this isn't currently accepted or thought of in the scientific community? You're so going to be famous!
    The last time i looked, publishing your name on the internet is highly risky and against the forum rules.

    But I believe LeavingQuietly will be a nickname well heard of if this is accepted by society.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Pseudoscience

    The Discussion regarding theories, methodologies or practices that do not conform to what is currently accepted by the scientific community.
    So this isn't currently accepted or thought of in the scientific community? You're so going to be famous!
    The last time i looked, publishing your name on the internet is highly risky and against the forum rules.

    But I believe LeavingQuietly will be a nickname well heard of if this is accepted by society.
    Surely :wink:

    EDITED: I found out my question...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously

    Surely :wink:

    EDITED: I found out my question...
    Glad to hear you did. Meanwhile I was at school, so what was your question?

    I have published this on other forums you know.
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    I was wondering if gravity is some form of energy. It is, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    I was wondering if gravity is some form of energy. It is, right?
    Gravity is the quantum fusion effects; the matter fusion with the higgs bosons and empty space is absorbed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    I was wondering if gravity is some form of energy. It is, right?
    Gravity is the quantum fusion effects; the matter fusion with the higgs bosons and empty space is absorbed.
    My mind shall try and comprehend these things as it looks into it
    Thanks for the answer :wink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously

    My mind shall try and comprehend these things as it looks into it
    Thanks for the answer :wink:
    The reason for red shift is possibly that old matter has compareably less mass, and release light with lower frequency, and the galaxies are actually moving towards eachother.

    Though that was all a mind experiment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously

    My mind shall try and comprehend these things as it looks into it
    Thanks for the answer :wink:
    The reason for red shift is possibly that old matter has compareably less mass, and release light with lower frequency, and the galaxies are actually moving towards eachother.

    Though that was all a mind experiment.
    All galaxies are moving towards eachother?

    Then how about my thought here:

    Strange Thoughts...

    Is it possible that all the black holes are consetrating energy into one point (like in the big bang theory) and then cause a big bang again? That the universe is repeating a big bang over and over again?
    Has it allready been thought of perhaps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Has it allready been thought of perhaps?
    It is a very popular model. But to be honest, whatever that cause frequency, can never be negative, the linear process is positive and then the masses will continue to quantum fusion.

    The big bang theory is all based on redshift, but the truth is that electrons and protons 13 billion lightyears away, have quantum fusioned 13% of what our protons and electrons have. They have 13 procent of the mass.

    So they should not look on the frequency of the light, they should look on the change of the frequency of the light.

    Cause then you'll see the blueshifting. The one caused by the increasing speed of the galaxies.

    The quantas of the atom over there should be not that hard to find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    Quote Originally Posted by Obviously
    Has it allready been thought of perhaps?
    It is a very popular model. But to be honest, whatever that cause frequency, can never be negative, the linear process is positive and then the masses will continue to quantum fusion.

    The big bang theory is all based on redshift, but the truth is that electrons and protons 13 billion lightyears away, have quantum fusioned 13% of what our protons and electrons have. They have 13 procent of the mass.

    So they should not look on the frequency of the light, they should look on the change of the frequency of the light.

    Cause then you'll see the blueshifting. The one caused by the increasing speed of the galaxies.
    Hmmm... :? ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by obviously
    Hmmm... :? ^^
    And then you integrate that blueshifting to find exactly how fast they are moving toward us. Obviously not the best callibration, given that the matter quantum fusion aswell. But good enough.

    So you take F(f´) (the primitive function)
    And, well, you know the rest.
    Well perhaps not but the idea is that the blueshift tells us how fast they are moving through an equation.


    So, how I got to this conclusion. Well it is based on the assumption that v/S = 1/T which is correct, if v (speed) and S(laplength) is imagined. But S imagined constant (and a distance can not effect an energy) whilst the speed is thought of as changeable and all variables of it, relevant to the energy; Kv/S = hf = kv = E

    derivate ones and:

    E´ = k

    This can be done just as the integral of for instance mv = mv^2/2 (classically)

    S is imagined to be the length of a very highdimensional object in case of matter. It is really a variable, but ones the length is long enough, it becomes almost constant.
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