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Funny Analogy

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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on October 1, 2001 22:42:47 UTC

I love the analogy. Perhaps gravity exists in waves, whose minimum wavelength (i.e., “one person”) equals the distance at which any two particles’ nuclear attractions desist.

The 'sponge theory' was an imaginary device I used to illustrate a point for someone else in this forum. I'm not nearly as adept as you are, at least in the field of physics, so any 'theory' of mine would be provincial at best, idiotic at worst. I do, however, love to entertain others' theories, so long as they don't apply too many numbers! :)

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