Big Theory

SebastianGSebastianG Posts: 176
I found a new project on kickstarter, it is about supporting the BIG Theory by Jeffrey N. Bivens.
BIG Theory is short for (Bivens Inertial Gravity Theory), and it explains how gravity is a sort of byproduct of inertia.

Dimension Only Particles or(DOP) have volumetric structure, but do not share wave characteristics of Mass. DOP is the physical medium through which Mass waves propagate.

DOP fills Space like sand in a bucket. It is free to move, but non energetic by nature. This aspect of DOP allows for new perspectives on motions of Mass. If Space had a fabric grid system, this would be it.

As a carrier medium for waves, its efficiency is determined by its Density & Viscosity. Viscosity varies by its involvement in wave or flow manipulations.

This sounds a little bit like other aether theories with an non-empty space. But I could not find any mathematical model on the site :(

Source:
http://wefightgravity.com
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/67 ... nav_search
https://youtu.be/I-UEEqdSW0o

Comments

  • Wired and WoundWired and Wound Posts: 22
    edited April 2020
    One of the positive things that I've gleaned over the years, is that people who claim the "Theory of Everything" has now become the new Perpetual Motion of contemporary hobbyists. My dad used to call this chasing rabbits. Some of his red-flag statements are "This explains", or "what I see possible". You have to ask, "What is it that you've seen that makes you think it's even possible"?

    All I know, whether it be in any pursuit that I take on, is that you first must have a philosophy as to why you are doing something.
    Why am I designing this or that?
    Why would this benefit me or anybody else?
    Why is it important enough to put other things on hold while I use precious time trying to figure it out?

    Every time I've found "learned" a new concept, was just from plain, old fashioned necessity.
    Where is the necessity? He claims for space travel... so what? People have lived just fine without having to run to Mars to buy a cup of sugar.

    Without necessity, there is no reason. There are much more base level things that need to be fulfilled first before this endeavour should even be challenged.
    I consider all of my comments about science and physics to be theoretical and open for debate. My posts are not the views of Ethereal Mechanics, and are not meant to prove or disprove anyone else's theories. Anyone is welcome to correct or dispute them.
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