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Damaeus 07-19-2008 08:50 AM

The strength of gravity is not in its curvature
 
In news:rec.org.mensa, ESKI <[Only registered and activated users can see links. Click Here To Register...]> posted on Fri,
18 Jul 2008 14:14:08 -0700 (PDT):


Why look up what other scientists have done? Use your intuition to
figure it out yourself.

Gravity doesn't exist. Science says that particle theory doesn't work
unless they pretend that gravity doesn't exist. So if particle theory
works under that condition, then that proves gravity doesn't really
exist. We feel the effects of something we define as gravity, but it
is not an inherent part of the universe. The effect of gravity began
at the *FALL* in the Garden of Eden when Adam was told he would till
the land by the sweat of his brow. Gravity is a force created by the
people on the planet, and that explains why the measurement of the
force of gravity is so weak.

Damaeus

ESKI 07-26-2008 08:06 PM

The strength of gravity is not in its curvature
 
On Jul 19, 1:50*am, Damaeus <no-m...@hotmail.invalid> wrote:

I guess you could put it that way. Gravity is a "fictional force," an
"observable phenomenon" which is a result of other factors .


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