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Posted by John Reyes on January 31, 2001 06:34:38 UTC

I hear but cannot accept what science expresses , Einstein and now Hawkin introduce the curvature of space like a stranger through my door , until science can explain how the fusion of space and time is achieved then the basis of General Relativity has no meaning , the curvature of space is like time , created by man .

Hawkin's if you are listening can you please once and for all tell us the name of this stranger by which Einstein introduced from nowhere to create the scientific bible that everyone today seems to believe , because Newton at least told us how the theory of gravity works with mathematics .

So anyone ever opposing my statement that gravity
does not exist and that it is light holding the universe in levitation , first ask yourself does GR exist , because I have light and speak for God science has a sound uttered , an expression , a noise, a fart that has no smell.


Thanks to all those who have shown me respect , but please ask the above as a question next time you are at a lecture or at logger heads with science , see then if you are answered or ignored .

Good day

John Reyes



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