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Pitfall of Space Expansion

By Huang, Cres

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Title: Pitfall of Space Expansion  
Author: Huang, Cres
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Physics
Collections: Science, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Classical Mechanics, Physics, Astronomy, Literature
Historic
Publication Date:
2014
Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Cres Huang

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Space is everywhere with us. It's in our hands. However, it's impossible to bent, stretch, compress, or doing anything with it. Expansion of the space would intertwine with many paradoxes that is beyond comprehension. We have learned to manipulating matter and energy since our first existence on Earth, however, never space.

Summary
Analogous to an infinite vacuum, space is completely frictionless. It has no surface, and can only be regarded as absolute zero viscosity. Expansion of the space, if possible, will not drag anything along. It would just flow through and zip away by itself, leaving everything untouched. To expand, space has to be able to act and react. To carry, space has to be able to impose friction; then there will be resistance. Even if the space could carry and tolerant unlimited acceleration, but not the galaxies, analogous to a fighter jet and the pilot. We have learned to manipulating matter and energy since our first existence on Earth, but, never space. Besides, it is impossible to detect Doppler redshift ≥ 1 (light-speed Doppler redshift) in expanding space, analogous to swimmers going upstream slower than the current. It is also impossible to detect constant pulsation with Doppler redshift in expanding space. Pulsation is also frequency, it has to be stretched or compressed precisely concise with it's Doppler effect, no matter space could expand or not. However, constant pulsating quasars with high redshift have been observed. We can not detect the boundary of space. Neither can we detect the surface or shape of the space that is right in our hands. Space can only be considered infinite. Expansion of the space would intertwine with many paradoxes that is beyond comprehension. We have learned to manipulating matter and energy since our first existence on Earth, however, never space. Expansion of the space would intertwine with many paradoxes that is beyond comprehension.

Excerpt
If you are riding on a craft, it will not carry you away if you there is no friction between you and the craft. Space is completely frictionless. It has no surface, and can only be regarded as absolute zero viscosity. Expansion of the space, if possible, will not drag anything along. It would just flow through and zip away by itself.

Table of Contents
Contents Abstract i Contents ii List of Figures iii List of Tables iii 1 Introduction 1 2 Paradox of Space Expansion 5 3 Real Life Analogy of Inertia in Expanding Space 9 4 Paradox of Redshift & Expanding Space 4.1 Real Life Analogy of Radiation Trap 5 Paradox of Constant Pulsating Quasars in Expanding Space 6 Conclusion 7 Appendix - A Brief Experiment of Space 7.1 Space and Vacuum 7.2 Space and Friction 7.3 Space and Motion 7.4 Space and Expansion 7.5 Space and Compression 7.6 Space and Energy 7.7 Summary 8 Appendix - Mind-Bending Questions References

 

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