xelasnave

06-08-2009, 09:19 AM

As many of you know I views about gravity.

I have thought of possible ways to present the notion using math.

I constructed a thought experiment here it is.

We are in a sphere in the remotest part in space.. in one of those voids will do...size of sphere lets make it S or better still 300,000 klms in diameter.

In our sphere we have many tiny windows that alow observation of energy and or particles coming from one tradjectory passing thru the center of the sphere... I use this window approach to approximately quantify the number of possible tragectories... the number of windows will give us an approximate number probably short of the reality but at this point it offers a starting point.

It is easy to work out the number of "windows" on this basis.

Next I wondered what energy or particles we could expect to observe on one tradgectory... and this could be a range from the lowest possible energy that we could measure a mid range and a high range.

The idea being that at the center of our sphere we could estimate what energy or particles will pass by... and then multiply our energy finding by the number of windows to show what energy is "available" or passes the point...

This approach is similar to the way Hershel worked out the Sun's energy output... he imagined a sphere with a diameter of the Earth's orbit..he them used a "window" in the form of a block of ice to calculate the energy that reached that "window" worked out how many window he could get in his huge sphere and multiplied the energy finding on the ice window to get an approximate energy output from the Sun.

What I suggest is sort of the reverse.

I need a list of all the energies etc we could expect but the principle could start with using say just the energies expected from say nuetrinos that would pass by.

I hope I have been clear enough for this to be understood sorry to be so hasty.

alex:):):)

I have thought of possible ways to present the notion using math.

I constructed a thought experiment here it is.

We are in a sphere in the remotest part in space.. in one of those voids will do...size of sphere lets make it S or better still 300,000 klms in diameter.

In our sphere we have many tiny windows that alow observation of energy and or particles coming from one tradjectory passing thru the center of the sphere... I use this window approach to approximately quantify the number of possible tragectories... the number of windows will give us an approximate number probably short of the reality but at this point it offers a starting point.

It is easy to work out the number of "windows" on this basis.

Next I wondered what energy or particles we could expect to observe on one tradgectory... and this could be a range from the lowest possible energy that we could measure a mid range and a high range.

The idea being that at the center of our sphere we could estimate what energy or particles will pass by... and then multiply our energy finding by the number of windows to show what energy is "available" or passes the point...

This approach is similar to the way Hershel worked out the Sun's energy output... he imagined a sphere with a diameter of the Earth's orbit..he them used a "window" in the form of a block of ice to calculate the energy that reached that "window" worked out how many window he could get in his huge sphere and multiplied the energy finding on the ice window to get an approximate energy output from the Sun.

What I suggest is sort of the reverse.

I need a list of all the energies etc we could expect but the principle could start with using say just the energies expected from say nuetrinos that would pass by.

I hope I have been clear enough for this to be understood sorry to be so hasty.

alex:):):)