Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Quantum Gravity

One of the mysteries of life is gravity. Gravity is a peculiar form of energy but you can't do much with it because all it does is curve string space around a mass to create a force. Essentially, the denser the mass, the more the string space around the mass is curved and the stronger the force of gravity. The further you travel from the mass with its' gravity, the less the string space is curved and hence the weaker the force of gravity but it never goes away. Time in our reality is primarily used as a marker for the passing of, presence of, or future of, objects, particles, actions and events . Space in our universe is composed of flexible strings. Einstein says that space doesn't exist until something extends itself into it. That extension into space causes the string space to flex creating gravity. In the quantum world strings do not function as space. Strings function as quantum gravity which connects rolled up quantum Time that appears to us as various particles. This phenomena creates a graininess below the Planck length. Quantum gravity provides instantaneous entanglement and superposition. Entanglement means everything is instantaneous because there isn't any space which has to be traveled. Superposition means that more than one thing can be in the same location, because string space doesn't exist. This was the situation at the instance of the birth of our universe. Quantum Time connected by quantum gravity which we see as quantum particles. Once our universe started, quantum time converted into particles, objects, actions and events. Quantum gravity converted into string space, string forces and string energy. All of quantum time and quantum gravity wasn't converted, so we now see quantum gravity as nuclear force and quantum time as various nuclear particles.