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Spacetime Curvature Paradox Essay

By Huang, Cres

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Title: Spacetime Curvature Paradox Essay  
Author: Huang, Cres
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science
Collections: Authors Community, Science
Historic
Publication Date:
2016
Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Cres Huang

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Space is in our hands and all around us. We have learned to manipulate matter and energy since our first existence on Earth, but never space. It is the absolute complement of the physical universe. It is impossible to bend space since it has no boundary and surface. Space can not have boundary. Otherwise, it would separate space from something else outside of the space. Neither the boundary or surface of the space nor the outside of the space can be defined as anything other than space. On the contrarily, we can bend time by varying clock ticks. It is true for all artificial measurements. Space has natural existence, time is artificial measurement. Space is absolutely recyclable, NEVER TIME BE RECYCLED. And, space is fundamental, it is independent of mass, energy, and everything else. Space and time can not go together.

Summary
Space has no physical properties. It is the play-field of the universe. Separation of objects does not mean the space is expanding. A New Yorker can take hydrogens, hydrogens, molecules, energy, and etc. in his body to Beijing. However, never the space of New York. Shipping countless containers from Shanghai to London can never take space from China to England. Space is in our hands and all around us. We have learned to manipulate matter and energy since our first existence on Earth, never space. Space is the absolute complement of the physical universe. It can not be disturbed, otherwise there would be no peace in the whole universe. We see motion all around us, but never time. Counting clock ticks from sunrise to sunset is not time, but the reference of related motion of the Sun and the Earth. The paradox is, time does not exist in nature. It is not recyclable. Universe will continue without time. Analogous to chemical experiments in submerged laboratory, all experiments are submerged in the particle sea. Radiations, particles, temperature, pressure, magnetic fields, passing neutrinos, and so forth. Universe is filled with knowns and unknowns that can not be isolated from our observations and experiments. A minute variation of clock on board of the International Space Station does not mean time has changed. Few parts per hundred, thousand, million, or billion may not be significant enough in an experiment. We can not look too hard for things we wish to find. It is not necessary the truth is not there. It could be what we choose to believe. We can always find the variations of clock readings with better technology, however, it stays independent of time and the progress of nature events. Nevertheless, space and time can not go together. Space has existence, time has not. Space is absolutely recyclable, never time. And, space is fundamental, it is independent from mass, energy, and everything else. Haven't we confused by looking too hard?

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Space is fundamental, it is independent from mass, energy, and everything else. It is the absolute complement of the physical universe. It can not be disturbed, otherwise there would be no peace in whole universe. And, space and time can not go together. Space has existence, time has not. Space is absolutely recyclable, never time. Haven't we confused by looking too hard?

Table of Contents
Introduction 2 Space 2.1 Space, Mass, and Force 2.2 Displacement of Space Paradox 2.3 Expansion of Space Paradox 3 Speed - Function of Space And Time 4 Spacetime Curvature Paradox 5 Independence and Significance of Measurements 6 Summary References

 

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