Seems plausible and I like where this could lead. It makes think of the implications in so many ways. I’m now thinking about the “mass of light”. Does it have any? If not, does that explain why light travels so fast? Is the speed of light actually a constant in the universe or are we limited by our particular current space time POV within our solar system? How is light drawn into a black hole if light has no mass? I know some of the current schools of thought on these questions but I thank you for the thought provoking topic. Keep it going brother. You are a renaissance man. Have you asked a mathematical physicists to attempt to disprove your theory?
Those are some excellent questions he brought up. I have posted this video in various science forums for the exact reason that you said. I'm hoping that somebody with resources picks of the idea and works with it.
To me the basic idea is very simple. If time slows down near a black hole because of its intense gravity, the exact opposite must happen at a point in space between two galaxies with the least amount of gravity.
It's a technical issue. When you set your phone up to record, set it so the phone is horizontal. Your vertical picture does not fill the horizontal frame. There are big chunks of black to the left and right. All normal TV screens are on the wall horizontally. Movies and TV shows are shot wide, not tall. You're shooting tall. In the old days, if you turned your camera sideways, you'd have to watch the film/video with your head turned. These days, the phones don't care how you hold -- vertical or horizontal. The problem is when you play them back on TV or here on UGETube. Take advantage of the frame. Notice as you gesture, your hands and arms leave the frame. If your phone was rotated 90 degrees during recording to horizontal, we'd see all of you.
I'm glad you told me. I normally keep it horizontal. I decided to do something different this time. I did not know it would have this effect. I know not to keep it vertical anymore. Thank you.
Please turn your phone to horizontal/landscape.
I don't know what this is. Give me some more detail