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Posted by Greg Luton on January 15, 2003 05:46:45 UTC

I think these are the points you are attempting to reply to. Please read your answers, they do not make any sense. I realize that the scientific jargon on this web page is hard for a layman to understand, but it does not help when you do not write in English. Please, take a deep breath, and try to state your position plainly and succinctly. If you are relying on others to make your points please give us uninitiates the references to see if your arguments are valid. (extremely edited) I personally think that you should be able to criticize in a fashion that does not rely on uninteligible pseudo-scientific nomenclature that is "debatable" at best to make your points. The universe is really not that complicated, and I resent you trying to make it so. Let us exchange in a conversation and see where it will bring us.

1. Electromagnetic waves can be blocked by objects or interfered with by other E.M. waves. There is no method I am familiar with that can interfere with gravity. If gravity and magnetism are different aspects of the same force should not there be a way to interfere with gravity?

2. You write of gravitons, but who has actually seen one or verified the presence of one?

3. What is the measure of energy? What is the measure of gravity? Be careful now, this answer is not as obvious as it seems.

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