Originally Posted by ninja9578
Yes, but in 4 dimensional space.
Hm, that's interesting.
The current thought is that the universe has 12 dimensions and I think gravity can travel much faster in the 8 micro dimensions.
Since when twelve? As far as I know, people think of it being eleven.
First ten, now eleven.
I'm not sure if gravity could travel faster then light in the micro dimensions,
I'm no physicist, but somehow it doesn't seem quite right to me.
We don't really have any clue what the fourth spacial dimension would
really be, we can abstractly imagine, how a dimension can be folded that
it is not apparent to us or our intuition, but to claim that they travel faster
in these, doesn't really change the fact that it doesn't in the first three.
Modern thoughts of gravity is that it leaks into "micro dimensions," this might explain why gravity behaves so badly in the subatomic world.
Do you have a source?
I think that gravity kind of randomly vibrates around these dimensions and has an average speed of c. Similar to how electrons can move at c, but through copper wire, they travel at around c/3, because they don't take straight paths. Same as how you can slow down the speed of light through glass and other materials. This random motion of gravity may explain why subatomic particles seem to jump randomly per the Geisenburg Uncertainty Principle.
Now I'm confused. Are you talking about Heisenberg?
And isn't the Uncertainty Principle the fact that you are changing an
experiment by observing it, the more 'light you add' the faster the particles
move? Therefore never being able to have an uninfluenced outcome?
That two measurenment units can not always be measured independently
from one another?
Einstein saw the universe as a big flexible sheet, when in reality, it's a sheet that's folded over and over again at every point.
Yeah, I agree. Einstein would probably be pretty surprised over modern physics.
Yes, it's part of Geisenburg Uncertainty Principle.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure that you mean Heisenbergs Uncertainty Principle..
Some of the stuff seems to be at odds with what I have read about it, can
you provide sources? Again, where does the 12th dimension come from?
In what way does Heisenberg say that gravity can travel faster then the
speed of light?
Entanglement is a different phenomena, as far as I know, since there is
no time difference at all, thus no distance has been travelled.
I need the proof that relativity and quantum mechanics are incompatible
While relativity discribes large objects that have a solid surface and behave
accordingly to exact math and not due to randomness, if you get on the
quantum level you have a very differently structured surface, quantum
fluctuation and a universe that seems to be built only on randomness.
In a way, large objects and subatomic particles behave contradictory,
I'm sure there are finer distinctions in the math of it all, but that goes
too far for me. Have you ever seen the mathematical explanations of
stringtheory? Whoosh..
Althoug string theory has, as far as I know, done the best job combining
quantum mechanics and relativity. And I think, if they would ever find the
antimateria in the LHC particle accelerator, it would be a big step forward
in terms of a grand unification theory.
Do you know David Gross? Or Brian Greene?
David Gross: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AM7SnUlwDU
Can you provide sources for your claims? I'm open to any ideas.


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