## gravity, cuviture of space.

Ideas about how a world with more than three spatial dimensions would work - what laws of physics would be needed, how things would be built, how people would do things and so on.

### gravity, cuviture of space.

It is possible to derive the cuvature of space from newtons law and that gravity soes does not exist due to space being curved . the trick is to suppose that gravity is due to excess spave pulling on things. so you start with F=Mm/R², where R=f(r). in the tension model the dF is due the that the circufrence is longer as you head towards M, it is more a case that every circle around M is increased by L, and that the underlying field is due to L/R or L/r, since L=L. L~M, is in fact r=GM/c². in practice, R=r, so it in tot notivcable for the earth r=4.43296 m'm's for the sun r=1497m. none of theses are huge measuses. for a black hole, we could say that a singularity is like setting V in the gas law pv=nrt to 0. it just doesn't happen. the interior of the sphere at R=0, whould be at the potnetial of c², so energy can eaierly become matter. matter drawn into a black hole would just sit as an acculation at R=0.
The resulting space is a hedrix with stars pinching the cloth so to cause the cloth around the star to ruffle up like a curtain.
the souce of the invers cbe is due to the gravitons escaping and covering a sphere at r=ct. in hyperbolic space this is an eponential decay as S=k^r
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### Re: gravity, cuviture of space.

Does gravity exist because space is curved, or does space curve because gravity exists? The maths is the same either way.
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### Re: gravity, cuviture of space.

The world in my post supposes that the the gravitional is a hedrix 2-space. This is not what we see.
curvature was introduced in to gr to cater for that gravitron cant escape a black hole. if gravity is due to curvature, it is not present in empty space and is due to matter. the model that i have seen supposes that space is made up of dots that crowd together to shield matter, and that thind tend to fall to the direction of more dots per cu inch.
however relativity is not about gravity, it derives from maxwell's equation that em formulae are not preserved under a galileo transform. the assumption that c is constant derives from reading michelson-morsley, einstein did the mathematics to show it was more general.
we can not assume that space is crafted for gravity, because under gheaviside's GEM gravity follows the same sorts of things you find in em theory. one suppose that the electric constant is zc, the ampere constant is z/c and z and c are constants of the media. gravity follows these rules where G=Zc, The best model that i have seen supposes that the fields ae=re not fluxes in the traditional sense, that the charge and matter exist as a result of the field, and the fieeld is a kind of echo of the matter.
we really dont know enough of gravitity, dark matter is essential an anomaly to fill the gap that galaxys dont work like the theory says. but the theories of jefiomenko and Theirry de Mees dont need this things and are pefectly at home with spiral galaxies, and things like the dirac spheres.
all this serves to make it harder to make it 4d. so we follow david adams advice, and call it "some else's problem"
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