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RE: There Is No GRAVITY?

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Posted by Jon Voisey on December 4, 2004 21:44:02 UTC

I find it very hard to take this theory seriously when the article is riddled with grammatical and spelling errors. However, I did read some and was not impressed. The reasoning is faulty on so many levels it's not even funny. At one point, the author claims that the sun's brightness does not vary at all. This is not true. The sun's brightness does vary, although only on very small scales.

I would read more thoroughly, but such bad reasoning only serves to make me depressed and I've already had enough of my daily disappointment with humanity.

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