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There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
« on: February 01, 2022, 07:01:56 AM »
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  • All the so-called "evidence" such as apples falling on your head while lost in thought under and apple tree, could be explained by density, a Flat Earth, etc.

    It's not as though we've BEEN to any other planets where "Gosh! We're 1.5X heavier, due to the increased mass of the planet relative to Earth!"
    Yes, I've heard thousands of times talk about different planet densities, how much you'd weigh on this or that exo-planet, etc. That's all over the Discovery channel, the mouths of lying scientists like Neil Degrasse Tyson and Bill Nye, NASA, etc. -- but THEY ARE ALL PROVEN LIARS so everything they say has to be thrown out. But more importantly, it's just their say-so, the argument of authority, the bandwagon fallacy, etc. They can't point to any experiments! You know, SCIENCE.

    (The Moon doesn't count, of course, because we haven't been there and CAN'T go there. The evidence we haven't been there is legion.)

    Gravity (defined as "large massive objects attracting smaller, less dense objects towards it) has not been observed in any experiments. You could take a 1-ton hunk of LEAD or other super-dense metal, and it wouldn't deflect the path of a speck of dust floating in the air -- or give the slightest tug on a helium/CO2 balloon, made to float statically in the air (neither sinking, nor rising). Obviously the Earth would dwarf the 1 ton block's gravity -- in the vertical direction. So OK, don't fight the Earth. How about try to move the speck of dust or balloon the slightest amount LEFT or RIGHT. Surely the Earth doesn't "tug" an object left or right? That's why wheels work so well. I can push a car forward with my own power, as long as it's on wheels.

    Just like scientists have never proven (in any experiment) that the Earth moves, they've also never proven or observed Gravity in any scientific experiment.

    For that matter, why does gravity pull some things down towards it (like humans and every other object, on a Globe Earth model) but other times gravity just causes things to "orbit" the large object instead?

    Don't say "the planets started out as a spinning dust cloud orbiting the sun, and slowly coalesced into planets and moons..." because that's Evolution nonsense.

    Remember, their theories about Gravity, the Earth, solar system, etc. ALL TIE IN CLOSELY with the Big Bang and atheistic evolution. The monkey typewriters typing the works of Shakespeare, given enough eons. That whole nonsense. Why should we buy into their nonsense at all?
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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #1 on: February 01, 2022, 07:56:16 AM »
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  • (The Moon doesn't count, of course, because we haven't been there and CAN'T go there. The evidence we haven't been there is legion.)

    They tried to simulate the low gravity with the slowed-down film.  Hey, how about this?  I've always wondered about this.  Why wouldn't an astronaut just have jumped straight up as hard as he could?  He would have gone several feet into the air at 1/6th gravity (even taking the weight of the spacesuit into account).  If I can jump straight up 12 inches here, I should be able to launch myself 6 feet into the air on the moon.  Probably would have been one of the first things I tried on the moon.  Or else I would have taken a baseball and see how far I could launch it.  As they ran, they should have gone 3 feet into the air with each stride.  But instead you just get normal footage slowed down.  Speed up the film a bit and it looks exactly as if they're operating in normal earth gravity (which of course they are).


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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #2 on: February 01, 2022, 08:01:02 AM »
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  • Even most top physicists don't believe in gravity as its own thing.  There are several competing theories about what it is.

    Now, with the "density" explanation of gravity, there does still have to be some force that determines directionality.  Could be electromagnetism, could be flow of either (I think that's what Tesla held).  But gravity as an independent force, I don't believe that most top scientists believe in it anymore.  I've posted some video from a top physicist who said that on film.

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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #3 on: February 01, 2022, 08:04:40 AM »
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  • But this gravity is an amazing force, used as a deus ex machina to explain lots of things that otherwise don't make sense.  It has magical properties.  It holds things fast to the earth and yet the planets (allegedly) maintain a steady orbit around the sun.  You would think that over billions of years, this gravity that draws things TOWARDS it would have dragged all the planets into the sun.

    If you send up a hot-air balloon, gravity makes it stick to the earth as if it were attached to the ground by an iron rod, dragging it around the planet at up to 1000MPH, without anyone feeling anything, and yet a butterfly can move effortlessly in either direction, either with or against the rotation of the earth.

    Even if I believed the earth was a globe, I'd still hold gravity to be a load of nonsense.

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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #4 on: February 01, 2022, 08:31:45 AM »
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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #5 on: February 01, 2022, 08:48:24 AM »
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  • Isaac Newton was a freemason with a very impressive looking nose.

    Why should we care what any of these guys say?

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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #6 on: February 01, 2022, 08:56:02 AM »
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  • Isaac Newton was a freemason with a very impressive looking nose.

    Why should we care what any of these guys say?
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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #7 on: February 01, 2022, 02:08:33 PM »
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  • All the so-called "evidence" such as apples falling on your head while lost in thought under and apple tree, could be explained by density, a Flat Earth, etc.

    Density is nothing but more mass per volume. Gravity is the name for the reason why the denser apple falls in less dense air.
    That meaning of the sacred dogmas is ever to be maintained which has once been declared by holy mother church. (Dei Filius)


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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #8 on: February 01, 2022, 02:52:03 PM »
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  • (The Moon doesn't count, of course, because we haven't been there and CAN'T go there. The evidence we haven't been there is legion.)

    Should not the (non-spinning) moon just sit in a kind of locked position, somewhere between the tiny (spinning) earth and massive sun, if not being dragged completely away from the earth by the sun?  [Assuming bogus cosmology, of course.]  How does it make any sense that it would orbit earth, apparently unaffected by the sun regardless of being closer or further from the sun than the earth is?
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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #9 on: February 01, 2022, 02:54:36 PM »
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  • Density is nothing but more mass per volume. Gravity is the name for the reason why the denser apple falls in less dense air.

    Gravity is a myth that mass per se can create a force between two objects ... at a distance.  There's something else causing this, whether it's electromagnetism or some other real force that has been measured.

    I'm not 100% satisfied with the density explanation as there's something missing there in terms of what causes the directionality, but it's precisely the same elusive "force" missing in the quest to find gravity.  I believe it's related to electromagnetism somehow.

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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #10 on: February 01, 2022, 02:57:09 PM »
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  • Isaac Newton was a freemason with a very impressive looking nose.
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    What can anyone say about that?  :laugh1:


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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #11 on: February 01, 2022, 03:00:46 PM »
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  • I believe it's related to electromagnetism somehow.

    Agreed.  This gentleman goes into the toroidal field that emanates from both the human heart and the center of creation.  Some of his ideas are questionable, to be sure, but he makes some excellent points, too.

    https://illuminated-illusions.com/ewaranon/
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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #12 on: February 01, 2022, 03:09:44 PM »
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  • If it's still an (unproven) theory after 40, 50 or 100 years, it's not likely to ever be proven. Toss it

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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #13 on: February 01, 2022, 03:14:51 PM »
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  • Gravity is a myth that mass per se can create a force between two objects ... at a distance.  There's something else causing this, whether it's electromagnetism or some other real force that has been measured.

    I'm not 100% satisfied with the density explanation as there's something missing there in terms of what causes the directionality, but it's precisely the same elusive "force" missing in the quest to find gravity.  I believe it's related to electromagnetism somehow.

    You're talking about how gravity works, thus implicity admitting that gravity exists. If it didn't exist, your comment were completely idiotic.
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    Re: There is no Proof of theory of Gravity
    « Reply #14 on: February 01, 2022, 03:21:13 PM »
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  • You're talking about how gravity works, thus implicity admitting that gravity exists. If it didn't exist, your comment were completely idiotic.

    He is clearly using the term because it facilitates the discussion, especially when speaking with children.

    As he stated, "
    Gravity is a myth that mass per se can create a force between two objects ... at a distance.  There's something else causing this, whether it's electromagnetism or some other real force that has been measured."

    He is talking about the cause of the force of attraction/repulsion between objects, something people like you call gravity -- which he clearly called a myth.

    His comment is crystal clear and could only be misread by an idiot of bad will.
    "Fear God, and keep His commandments: for this is all man."