Friday, September 24, 2010

Theories that need to be unified.

Space can unify many theories but to accomplish that we need to understand that space is not void.

There are many theories and facts which seem to be different but really very tightly connected. I am enlisting them here for future reference:
  1. Light is affected by the geometry of space (gravity).
  2. Gravity is proportional to the mass of the matter.
  3. Mass is an unknown property. We are only expecting the Higgs to be found at LHC. But, if I am not going in wrong direction then we will never find Higgs. See: Higgs Boson

Friday, September 17, 2010

A not so widely known fact about 'Space'

Any volume of space containing no particle of matter, is still not empty. Even the absolute vacuum has a pressure measure of zero but in universe there are places which have negative pressure.

This proves that even when there is no matter available, we can not call it empty and thus space is not empty but filled with something which is the origin (zero) of the frame of reference for all the matter (not for dark matter). This is why we think that space is empty while the reality is that, it is not.