Here’s another one of those weird space/time rants. Maybe I’m going nuts.
Gravity is not a force between objects that pull them toward each other. Instead consider gravity as a repulsion of time differences between space and mass, and mass and mass.
It is understood that the time frame of an object can change depending on mass and speed of that object. Whether going slow or fast, being large or small, there is a difference in the time frame in which an object exists that is different from the time frame of nearby empty space, even if just a little bit different. The empty space surrounding that object has a time frame that is moving faster than the object, and the differences in time is what causes objects to be repelled from empty space and attract toward each other, not some mysterious force of gravity.
*UPDATE: I would think that the edge between mass and space are quite vibrate and alive with disruptions between time differences that emit energy as a friction between time differences, and probably even in a vacuum as space expands and pulls time apart small releases of energy will discharge and act as repulsive forces to mass and space.*
Try instead to consider that as the speed and mass of a planet forces time on that planet to slow down, the empty space around that planet is passing by at a time frame that is moving faster, that means more time is happening faster in that space, that time has already happened in that empty space, and an object moving in a different time frame is repelled by that difference in time. When that repulsion cannot be expressed by the redirection of mass, it instead changes the time rate of that object, by a rate of speed that is as slow (based on what ever rate of speed is passing by (and increasing at a central point in the universe). It should then be possible to figure out the the absolute time with an equation that looks at the Change of time between two like objects moving at different speeds, and finding the effects of mass on time to discover actual time without mass.
There is only one single point in the universe where time moves fastest (at a constant). In this single fastest point in the universe, where there is no mass. It is now so far in the future that nothing can enter without creating a paradox.
Let me clarify this.
Imagine this far off point in the universe. When one of our years passes in this single fastest point in the universe, for us here on Earth, perhaps only a second of our life has transpired. A second year passes in this fastest point, and you took a breath. All those years in this single fastest point in the universe build up as you sleep your nights, work your days, and all those years must still now occur for the things in the universe that surround you. Time is stretched, all across the universe, moving from the fastest time to the slowest time, where the greatest masses have congregated into a slowest point in the universe. The greater the mass, or the greater the speed of travel in relation to that single fastest point in the universe, the slower time moves and time falls father and father behind. The more mass that accumulates there, the faster the rate of time passing slows down. As long as this mass grows then time for it continues to slow down.
Time at that single fastest point races ahead of all the other objects in the universe, on that increasingly fast time separation.
Like a spark from flint
time flashes with mass
and mass moves
leaving time waiting
for its return
a lingering spark starting to burn
a fire spreading away
moving ever father away
Poetry? OK that was weird.
Back to it.
When the mass of a planet speeds through a space that is in a time frame moving faster than the time frame of the planet, there is a disruption of time equal to the potential energy of that planet. There is also a reciprocal effect on the planet, by space, forcing it to travel slower through time, not too different from air around the wing of a bird, pressing-in, and containing it, even if barely touching it.
If you were to remove the speed of the planet, slow it down, time on the planet would speed up and the repulsive effects of time in the the empty space around that planet would grow weaker, and become more accepting of its mass. I’m not sure if I had made that clear.
Time differences between space and the planet would become less repulsive and more accepting, but not balanced. Empty space has less mass and so will move in time faster than any object near it. The larger the amount of empty space the stronger that repulsion is, (this is part of the reason we have a solar system that is enclosed by empty space rather than sort of spreading out and bumping into other solar systems. It isn’t gravity holding it together, it is empty space-time pushing in and being met with a similar force of speed/mass in slower time that offers the resistance to collapsing. The faster time frame of empty space around a mass the greater space repulses mass. When a planet starts to slow down, the mass of the sun and the planet are then squeezed toward each based upon the similarities of their independent time differences, as compared to the time of empty space.
All the mass then moves away from empty space and toward each other as the mass sinks in time, and this can produce black holes, which really are time dumps, balls of mass so large they exist in a time frame slower than ours so we can’t see them. Really, they slow time down for everything, it is an opposite to time speeding up in the emptiness of space.
Almost like a battery!
The single fastest point in the universe is balanced by another single point in the universe that is growing slower and slower as all the mass of the universe moves toward it and away from that emptiness. There may be some energy expended or generated by the differences in the rate at which the differences of time grow. Sigh. Let me try that again. The rate at which time-differences between the single fastest point and the single slowest point change, as mass moves together, change overtime, and it is the rate of the differences of time change that is what creates a force containing all that mass.
When the rate of time changing no longer varies, and the speed of time increasing and decreasing becomes a constant (after all mass is consolidated in that single slowest point) then all of the potential energy of the accumulation of mass will explode to create a new big bang, as the polarity of time reverses.
If the universe is a closed system is it possible that time can be measured as a Universal Cycle that happens when the reversal of the polarity of the universe switches twice. Our current path is happening only during one half of a Universal Cycle.