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Further Speculation Concerning the Nature of Gravitation

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« on: June 19, 2011, 01:23:26 am »

I recently entertained the idea that interuniversal migration of gravitational strings might be the exclusive result of collisions between branes which I believe define the "Big Crunch" (Terminal Singularity) of an old universe and the"Big Bang" (Original Singularity) of it's succeeding universe (which, once again, I stress, constitute, not two events, but one single event), but this line of reasoning went nowhere: why are ALL of the electroweak strings transferred between branes (such as to preserve all the information they contain in accord with the Unitarity Theory of Quantum Mechanics) whereas at least SOME gravitational strings don't make it into the successor universe?  Clearly, interuniversal space MUST be capable of containing gravitational strings, and incapable of admitting electroweak strings.

Does this, then, mean that gravitation is incapable of containing or transferring information?  Hardly: gravitation IS information: it's the device by means of which we've discovered gasbag- and icebag-scale planets orbiting distant stars.  But the possibility exists that gravitational information is ephemeral, with only electroweak information being conserved.

This, in turn, implies that interuniversal space is not capable of containing preservable information.  In other words, it's "dumb"!

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