Monday, July 7, 2014

Voidology Is The Study Of Empty Space

Voidology The Study of Empty Space Lex Loeb Contributor Network . Voidology is the science of empty space. One could call it the physics of empty space except that since it has no physical properties that could be a misnomer. Empty space does have distinct characteristics and defined "qualities". The study of empty space first requires some basic analysis. Voidology begins with The Laws Of Empty Space: 1. Empty space has no dimensions. 2. Empty space has no internal metrics to measure it just as time has no internal metric to measure progressions of object or energy transmissions with in it. If there were only one object in all of empty space it could have no velocity, no means of accelerating, traveling any distance would be pointless as no distance could be observed nor traveled. Velocity external to the single object would be infinite and zero at the same time. 3. In all of the Universe and perhaps universes there is but one unit of empty space of infinite proportions. Empty space can neither be created nor destroyed. We do however have the illusion of being able to make space by condensing mater in the confinements of measured areas. 4. Space does not expand or contract to contain object or activities within it. Perhaps object or lines of energy transmission can warp in space but empty space cannot be held responsible. Gravity will curve and warp an atmosphere or a gas cloud and it will warp a very diffuse gas cloud but there is no evidence that empty space itself can be warped and this concept really does pertain to an environment of mass and energy transmission around a massive body and not to empty space itself. 5. There is no evidence that one can run out of space without having to confine it and label and or measure an area or volume of space that is confined as such. 6. Space imposes no limitations on mater found with in it. Lack of pressure or atmospheric pressure in empty space does not cause objects with gravity to expand to fill the empty space unless it is the single and only object in the whole of empty space. 7. Energy in the form of electromagnetism and the full spectrum of light passes unimpeded though empty space. 8. A beam of electrons can be sent though empty space with space having no effect on the beam or the electrons in the beam. 9. Empty space does not change any properties of mater or energy nor is mater and energy able to change the properties of space. 10. Mater and energy can be arranged in space and can interact with space. The perception that empty space itself can be warped or distorted because of interaction of masses and energy streams with in it is necessarily erroneous because as already stated empty space has no dimensions and no internal metrics to measure it as it is only the combination of energy and mass with in empty space which allows us to observe any phenomenology at all. 11. Because empty space has no dimensions and no metric markers that are internal to its analogized 'existence' it can be deemed not to exist and yet with object of mass and energy with in space we have no trouble imposing distances measurements on it that may or may not be accurate. Space becomes defined by the properties of small things like atoms and larger things like galaxies that leave the impression of void that can be measured with a construct that allows measurement. 12. There is no evidence that light in any frequency or wavelength interfere with empty space nor any evidence that empty space can impede or impact the nature of any electromagnetic wavelength or frequency in light anywhere on the spectrum of photons. 13. Space is observed to be passive and open to be filled with mass and energy 14. Empty space can neither be created nor destroyed. Any confined empty space can be added to the rest of empty space without any observable transformations. All empty space is interchangeable with the rest of empty space. 15. Empty space cannot retain a charge nor can it become magnetized but it can allow the propagation and transmission of magnetism and for an electric charge to pass though. Empty space can also allow gravity to act over very long distances and at very low power. 16. Empty space cannot be condensed nor expanded in volume. Empty space has no volume. 17. Truly empty space may have never been observed. That is because over time most of what we think of as empty space has line energy transmissions passing though it or maybe in a vacuum chamber where by electrons from surrounding atoms in the walls of glass have the statistical probability of jumping into the empty space more so than in the interior of mass where electrons are in closer confinement. Activated Surface electrons to an empty space "interface" may have the tendency to seek the exterior of material surfaces and occupy empty space on a statistical probability basis. We may have law of empty space as an explanation of why electrical current tends to travel on the exterior surfaces of structures like copper wires. 18. Empty space exists within mater most of it between outer electrons and the nucleus or so the atomic theory goes. This empty space has dimensions subject to modification on a variety of variables related to the kinetic energy of atoms. The empty space understood to exist within a single atom covers vastly more area than the volume of the particles involved such that some diagrams show an empire state building radius with a pea size nucleus at the center. One might be tempted to see some kind of dimensionality or metric measurement of space because of the tendency of atoms to be alike one another of the same elements. Space is considered to be defined by the charges of particles that make up the structure of the atom. Atomic defined space can quickly add up to large physical structures in space none of which violate any of the laws of voidology. 19. What happens if eventually an aether is discovered by scientist as the basis of all empty space? Does empty space violate all of the laws of voidology as just set forth in this article? No not necessarily because an aether still has to occupy empty space if it should ever exist outside of theoretical thinking on the subject. 20. Thoughts and space do not interact with each other. Imagining infinite empty space tends to give space unlimited volumetric properties. The imagination is completely wrong because it assumes some kind of interaction as the process of knowing or just having a sense of something being infinite just because a lot of stuff appears to be scattered around it throughout the universe. The empty voids in space observed are wishful thinking meaning there is necessarily far less empty space than the illusions of dimensions of astronomical distances seem to imply. At some point an object an object could be in space and virtually everywhere at the exact same time or all times because empty space is composed of a single unit of nothing. That is certainly yet another temptation for the imagination. The imagination should know that thinking something does not give space dimensionality or any metrics what so ever. The author is happy if you correct any of these "laws of empty space" or have any missed laws to add to the list. The ancient Romans called something empty "Vacuous". This is where the vacuum in vacuum cleaners comes from. Notice that for a Latin word to be empty it takes not one U but two of them. We say an empty space is devoid or forms a void. The study of empty space is the study of the most empty of voids that is possible which we call a hard vacuum. What makes a vacuum hard is that it has the very least amount of material in it. No air, no dust, no mater, no planets , no stars , no galaxies and no gas nebulae. Here on earth every time we attempt to create such a void containing the ultimate hard vacuum we encounter the phenomenon that it seems to want to suck into itself all that the stuff around it starting without omnipresent earth atmosphere. Our vacuum cleaners only create a temporary void that is quickly refilled due to the suction it creates. What vacuum cleaners do is not the same thing as a vacuum pump used to pump the air out and to create a vacuum. The mechanism is exactly the same except that the vacuum cleaner does not filter out the air molecules leaving empty space. One of the fastest momentary means of creating a vacuum on earth is to use an explosive device to do it. As soon as a temporary void is created the air rushes back into the area that has temporarily excluded most of the air molecules. On earth under atmospheric pressure an empty space wants to quickly fill up that is because of atmospheric pressure and the atmosphere being dynamic. There is actually some evidence that in outer space it too would want to fill up with gases and anything else that is larger if it can as we see enormous gas clouds with our telescopes. These nebula gas clouds can fill up areas many times the diameter of our own solar system. In some of them we can see the gas clouds expand with our telescopes over time. This expansion shows that there is space that can be filled up without causing the dimensions of the empty space to expand because of the release of matter into it. It is questionable just how diffuse the gas is in these nebula structures as they are both visible and mostly transparent where background stars can be seen behind them. The loss of gravity is usually presumed to be the reason for the gas diffusing into empty space the way it is observed doing so. Often it is assumed the gas fills the space because a star exploded or perhaps collided. The nebula structures are very curious because they tend to retain what looks like gas free areas and structures that retain the empty space areas void of the apparent gases. From what is observed we don't see space being created but rather as a void with some finite dimensions as measured with distances between nearby stars as a metric for defining these areas in space as voids. That leads to one of the properties of space being that "Space is composed of only one unit for all of the universe. We can assume that all of space is infinite and that for all of it's infinite range there is only one type of empty space and that all of it can be assumed as being one vast void for virtually everything. When we go up into outer space we it becomes a lot easier to maintain an empty void and to keep it a hard vacuum. In space it seems as if there was a great recent violent explosion that sent everything away from the center of the void we experience there. With fewer objects and molecules of gas passing though the vast void of empty space as we picture it we could not use our terrestrial vacuum cleaners because vacuum cleaners require the flow of atmospheric gases in motion at some basic level of atmospheric pressure which immediately creates a void by moving air though that is replaced by the pressure of the atmosphere keeping it's basic saturation equilibrium. If we wanted to create a vacuum cleaner in space it would not look like an earth vacuum cleaner but would instead look like an object that had significant gravity. There is some probability that the vacuum we observe in space is in fact completely due to the presence of gravity within the vicinity of our solar system and its main component sun , planets and moons. It maybe that beyond the solar system and the influence of its internal gravitational forces that the space vacuum becomes less and less hard and more populated with a sort of space atmosphere? Measuring a space atmosphere might be a thousand feet or more between each molecule of cosmic gas. You would not think that such a hard vacuum even as that would have any discernible pressure or attributes like the earth's atmosphere but there you could be completely wrong. That is because of metric scaling. A very large planetary object can possibly be affected by very few low density atmospheric properties in a very hard vacuum. It all depends on the level of activation of the molecular / atomic particles involved . Research shows that the more energized gas particles are on the most rarefied gas atmosphere of empty space the more power they can impart on much more massive object then themselves. The study of voidology is a relatively new science. It is not about the use of vacuum pumps and atmospheric pressure concerns as a vacuum can suffer a quick deflation in contact with the pressures an atmosphere or other states of mater. You can attach a vacuum pump to a balloon and it will become a solid thin piece of rubber with the atmosphere surrounding it having nothing internally to resist the exterior pressure. This leads to the final law of empty space which is that a vacuum / empty space can very much be compacted by forces like gravity. Not condensed as it is compacted but as a vacuum force where internal empty space is as great as external empty space in any mass. There are dimension definitions at work as far as this is true . Empty space is the same within as without at the same time being part of the same unit of nothing. The result is that vacuum force is related to mass and not at all to empty space . That means the greater vacuum is within any mass than external to it. It almost seems that gravity really does suck like a vacuum pump does. It sucks in mass dimensionality and expels empty space dimensionality relative to how much denser a massive object becomes. Once dimensions of something like a planet becoming a denser smaller planet of the same mass of and to itself there is no more space created around it than there had originally been. What if the earth shrinks in orbiting the sun without losing any mass or in actually gaining mass do the dimensions of the orbit change at all? Is the earth necessarily further away from the sun and if so does that make more space open in the solar system. It can't. And it would not mater if the entire solar system shock and retained the same mass or doubled it. .

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