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Posted by RFL on December 4, 1998 23:11:33 UTC

....until you acquire some knowledge.

Guth's Inflationary Model. It is purely speculative and as yet has no evidence to support it.

Oh, what about the isotropy of the universe, how do explain that without inflation?

Nope. Gravity (as far as is known) is not propagated as a wave or particle. Theory says that Gravity Wave exist and Gravitons.

General Relativity predicts gravity waves, there is no theory that predicts a graviton. Quantum gravity has not yet achieved the status of a theory. There are so many additional errors in your post that I don't have time to correct them right now but I will get back later.

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