Can Gravity be Induced?

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Can Gravity be Induced?

Unread post by lizzie » Sat May 10, 2008 2:49 pm


Since this paper is chiefly concerned with the verification of gravitational induction, only a brief summarization of 'Non Space' will be presented here.

On a rudimentary level, non-space behavior can be compared to a vortex, which is a 'low energy' example of this phenomenon.

The vortex behaves in a manner identical to that of the planets orbiting the Sun, in that both phenomena obey Kepler's Second Law of Planetary Motion. Objects placed closer to the center of the vortex orbit at a greater speed than objects further out from the center, in accordance with Kepler's Laws. The depression in the center of the fluid is thus a relative absence of matter producing an effect characteristic of gravity.

No observable space in the universe is a vacuum. It is notable that most dictionaries describe a vacuum as: "A space devoid of matter." This definition is no longer sufficient description of a vacuum, since it appears that all known space contains some measure of mass/energy. Perhaps a more accurate description would be: "A vacuum is a volume devoid of space."

Since a higher pressure attempts to nullify a lower pressure, a hypothetical volume of absolute vacuum (non-space) will attract space.

Non-space is an absolute vacuum which induces gravity. This causes the exterior mass/energy space to gravitationally implode upon non-space. Any given volume of non-space has a temperature of absolute zero and is without time.

I believe that a magnetic field can exist in non-space, because it is a manifestation of mass/energy, but is not mass/energy in itself. In the following chapter I shall discuss how Non-space can be brought about by high energy plasmas in magnetically unified configurations.


To understand how non-space is possible, it is important to consider the rudiments of plasma behavior.

Gravity and Plasma Configurations

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Re: Can Gravity be Induced?

Unread post by junglelord » Sat May 10, 2008 7:00 pm

By non space he means the reality of dimensions. The vortex is the structure of the dimensons of charge. That is the non material structure of the fourth dimension in APM and that creates function (field, force) (structure and function cannot be seperate)

The fourth dimension of continuous tensional charge over layed by the discontinuous compressive angular momenmtum forms matter (particle) the structural engineering principle that applies is Tensegrity (continuous electric charge tension with discontiuous compression spin.)

One will notice that all matter is structured by the principles of Tensegrity from every level of material reality.
That is because Tensegrity was the structural engineering principle that made matter!
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Re: Can Gravity be Induced?

Unread post by lizzie » Tue May 13, 2008 4:37 am

By non space he means the reality of dimensions.
I agree. That seems to me to be the beauty of the AEM. The model accommodates the forces because the forces "fit" the model. "If the shoe fits, wear it." If the shoe doesn't fit, then don't alter it's size or shape; otherwise we will have holes in the souls of our shoes ... kind of like creating black holes in space.


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