Thread: Gravity is caused by particles of flowing intrinsics!

1. Gravity is caused by particles of flowing intrinsics!

I have a new theory about gravity. I don't have any math to back it up and it may have come to me in a dream involving a screaming lion and something about blueberry and whipped cream pies.

Gravity is not a function of mass. It is caused by the flow of a particle I call "intrinsics" which come from the dimension people most commonly called time but which in fact *itself* contains 4 additional dimensions. Package deal. So the 4th dimension is really 4 dimensions in one dimension. We'll call it a "dimentia" just to keep it simple.

Now these 4 dimensions rolled into one consist of the intrinsics I mentioned before. They all have different functions, though. For example there is a color intrinsic. All intrinsics with a color of blue can have an effect on all other blue intrinsics but not on any others. Also there is a texture intrinsic. Rough cannot effect smooth.

So how does this effect gravity?

Well when a blue, rough, squishy, counter-adjuctum-spinning intrinsic flows through the space-time world in its own dimentia it causes drag on the 3 additional non-dimentias. This drag is what we consider gravity.

I also think that when a red, smooth, melty, pro-positive-unculating intrinsic passes near our spirit center lines (which can be followed using a dowsing rod and some bacon) we see into the 4th dimentia.

2. Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
We'll call it a "dimentia" just to keep it simple.
Wouldn't it have been simpler to just go ahead and call it dementia?
All intrinsics with a color of blue can have an effect on all other blue intrinsics but not on any others.
Would a blue intrinsic affect a light blue intrinsic? Would a navy blue affect a royal blue?

3. No. "dimensional" has the word "di" in it so it must be the same thing.

And no on the color thing. I'm using fixed CMYK values for this which obviously everything in the universe follows or else they wouldn't have CMYK printers. CMYK printers are proof that my theory is right.

4. Di is not a word. Dye and die are words however, and Di is the symbol for the "element" didymium. Hmmm, this is starting to sound like a di ode. Dies Irae, maybe, my day.

What are the CMYK fixed colors? Is blue one of them?

5. Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
[Snip!] And no on the color thing. I'm using fixed CMYK values for this which obviously everything in the universe follows or else they wouldn't have CMYK printers. CMYK printers are proof that my theory is right.
{Emphasis mine}

Are you serious? Are you proposing a serious, well-thought out alternative theory of gravity?

I see that the date of this post is the first of August. You are exactly four months late.

6. Originally Posted by Celestial Mechanic
{Emphasis mine}

Are you serious? Are you proposing a serious, well-thought out alternative theory of gravity?

I see that the date of this post is the first of August. You are exactly four months late.
yes. I thought about it at least overnight and certainly while in REM sleep. I think we can tap into the hidden mysteries during sleep that during waking periods would take dowsing rods equipped with bacon to find.

Also my theory fully covers all effects of gravity. Plus its colorful.

CMYK values are more or less like this: C:256 M:0 Y:0 K:0 would be like really blue.

7. Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
C:256 M:0 Y:0 K:0 would be like really blue.
A greenish blue, right?

So what are the fixed CMYK values?

8. no greenish blue would have some Y in there. But most of the greenish blue intrinsics must necessarily also be smooth and have triple-anti-rog-unculation so they rarely are found outside of quasar activity.

Fixed as in they don't change value - whereas color names can mean anything.

9. The C in your CMYK stands for cyan, right?

So, when you say fixed CMYK values don't affect each other, you mean C:256 M:0 Y:0 K:0 would not affect C:255 M:0 Y:0 K:0? Is that it?

10. Exactly. The color is a frequency like a string. So when a C:256 passes near a C:255 they have no idea they are near each other. Like tuning in a radio - 90.5 has no idea what 100.5 is doing.

11. What are the consequences of your theory for Dark Matter? And how does it explain Dark Energy?

12. It fully explains dark energy. I'll give you a thought exercise. The intrinsics drag matter together based on their flow. This is a direct correlation to gravity. Some of the intrinsics have more drag based on their dimential factors within the dimentia. Those with more drag entrain energy into the other three dimensions. So imagine a sandbox, let's say. Now picture a bicycle. Its really self-explanatory.

As far as dark matter goes I'm a bit unclear on this. it could be that yet other intrinsics entrain something else into the other three dimensions. The only way to test it is to enter a black hole and take a picture and send it back. From what I understand NASA has already denied it can send things into black holes which leads me to believe they already have and that is what SETI is searching for.

13. Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
Exactly. The color is a frequency like a string. So when a C:256 passes near a C:255 they have no idea they are near each other. Like tuning in a radio - 90.5 has no idea what 100.5 is doing.
What about a C:3.1415926 and a C:3.1415927? Do they interact?

14. Your ideas are intriguing and I'd like to subscribe to this thread.

15. Thank you

16. I have a new theory about gravity. I don't have any math to back it up and it may have come to me in a dream involving a screaming lion and something about blueberry and whipped cream pies.

17. This reminds me of the recurring dream I had where I had worked out how to build a real anti-gravity machine, but always forgot the details by morning. So, I decided to keep some note paper and a pencil near the bed, and one night I woke up with the solution and wrote it down, then quickly went back to sleep.

In the morning I read a note that said something about anti-protons and cabbages, there were a few random words, and some other stuff I couldn't possibly make out. While an anti-matter cabbage reactor was interesting, it wasn't quite what I was hoping for. Sadly, I never had the dream again after that. *sigh*

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If Dark matter is Dark- how do you know if it's blue or not?

I just remembered that in comic books, Superman had black hair- but the lighted parts were in blue.
So it's only logical that dark things are blue.

I retract my question and continue to give my full support.

19. Originally Posted by hhEb09'1
What about a C:3.1415926 and a C:3.1415927? Do they interact?
No they can't interact as they are different numbers. However intrinsic numbers are only integers.

20. Originally Posted by Grand_Lunar
Why is that? Can you prove my dreams don't hold the answers to the universe? What if I told you I had Deja Vu last night and also tomorrow?

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Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
Why is that? Can you prove my dreams don't hold the answers to the universe? What if I told you I had Deja Vu last night and also tomorrow?
I could swear I've read this post before...

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Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
Gravity is not a function of mass. It is caused by the flow of a particle I call "intrinsics" which come from the dimension people most commonly called time but which in fact *itself* contains 4 additional dimensions. Package deal. So the 4th dimension is really 4 dimensions in one dimension. We'll call it a "dimentia" just to keep it simple.
What happens when you have 11 dimensions though?

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Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
Why is that? Can you prove my dreams don't hold the answers to the universe? What if I told you I had Deja Vu last night and also tomorrow?
My first question is, was it legal? How old is your Deja Vu?

24. There are only 7 if you count the 4th as 4.

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Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
There are only 7 if you count the 4th as 4.
So the String Theory folks recently just dropped 4 of the dimensions that let them reconcile the various versions into 1?

26. Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
C:256 M:0 Y:0 K:0
Are you aware that you claim 257 possible values for each color? How did you arrive at this limit, and how are you sure that this is the correct number?

Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
Why is that? Can you prove my dreams don't hold the answers to the universe? What if I told you I had Deja Vu last night and also tomorrow?
I could swear I've read this post later...

This whole thing is reminding me of a Farscape episode. (Through the Looking Glass)

27. Backing up a bit

Could I just bring you back to the dark matter question. Is dark matter part of this hypothesis or is it just something that has to be there for the printer to work its magic?

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Originally Posted by Michael Noonan
Could I just bring you back to the dark matter question. Is dark matter part of this hypothesis or is it just something that has to be there for the printer to work its magic?
No, that's Dark Toner, which is outrageously expensive and impossible to get ahold of.

But the dark isn't as important as the Blue.

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Originally Posted by LotusExcelle
It fully explains dark energy. I'll give you a thought exercise.

The intrinsics drag matter together based on their flow.

This is a direct correlation to gravity. Some of the intrinsics have more drag based on their dimential factors within the dimentia. Those with more drag entrain energy into the other three dimensions. So imagine a sandbox, let's say. Now picture a bicycle. Its really self-explanatory.

As far as dark matter goes I'm a bit unclear on this. it could be that yet other intrinsics entrain something else into the other three dimensions. The only way to test it is to enter a black hole and take a picture and send it back. From what I understand NASA has already denied it can send things into black holes which leads me to believe they already have and that is what SETI is searching for.
"The intrinsics drag matter together based on their flow".

What makes the intrinsics flow and determines the direction of flow.
Obviously they flow towards the center of gravity of any mass so that "down"
is in that direction.Why do they flow that way.

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Originally Posted by Van Rijn
This reminds me of the recurring dream I had where I had worked out how to build a real anti-gravity machine, but always forgot the details by morning. So, I decided to keep some note paper and a pencil near the bed, and one night I woke up with the solution and wrote it down, then quickly went back to sleep.

In the morning I read a note that said something about anti-protons and cabbages, there were a few random words, and some other stuff I couldn't possibly make out. While an anti-matter cabbage reactor was interesting, it wasn't quite what I was hoping for. Sadly, I never had the dream again after that. *sigh*
I think that should be a proton and an anti-cabbage.

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