I'm not sure if I'm in the right place for this, but as someone asked me why I didn't post my theory on a physics forum, I thought I'd give it a try. I tried submitting it at physicsforum.com, but it got rejected as it couldn't live up to the standards for submitting they have in place. Rather tell you this right away, just so you know up front and get an idea of what (not ) to expect
What I have written is basically a thought experiment that started out as a concept of time and which grew to a theory that attempts to combine general relativity with quantum physics. Some of the implications are an explanation of why gravity works the way it does, the nature of dark matter and dark energy and much more aspects that are more metaphysical in nature.
There is one thing you must know about the non-scientific style it has been written in though and that it is essentially a process of thoughts written on paper. As such, there are many flaws and assumptions in the beginning of the paper, that I get back to in later parts to correct. The reason why I am intentionally leaving them in the text right now, is so any reader can following my logic and way of thinking behind the concepts that are explained later.
Another thing is that this text only provides a logical explanation for these concepts. It does not include any formulas that may back it up, as it is not my aim to actually work these out myself. I am merely providing the framework of ideas that can be used to create these formulas or so that they may be verified through existing ones.
While I obviously hope I didn't make too many, I won't claim that there are no errors nor flaws in it. I won't claim that everything in it is correct either. Even though I'm presenting certain ideas as already proven, know that all of the claims I'm making are only valid within the scope of the model and assuming that the model itself is valid to some degree. As such I am merely providing a model full of ideas, which may be an inspiration for others with an appropriate scientific background to build upon or of which the aspects where I have gone wrong in my reasoning, may be corrected to match with modern mainstream science. As such, I'm not interested in trying to disprove mainstream science, but would like my model to match with it as much as possible so it first and foremost remains compatible and can hopefully expand upon mainstream science.
Please also understand that the reason I'm posting this thread here is not just to share a theory with all of you that is complete and without errors, but to have it evaluated by peer review and well... hear all of your thoughts, comments, criticism, etc, whether they are positive or negative
Thanks for reading this through. You can find my thought experiment as a google document on the following link: http://docs.google.com/View?docID=dg...vision=_latest
Note: the thought experiment itself is no longer publicly available as I have split off the concepts of time and gravity from it. Both topics are subject to revision and have been altered multiple times during the course of this topic. Please skip through to this post that mentions the latest revision in order to catch up with the latest discussions and to avoid confusion of no longer valid statements.