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Re: Re: Gravity Doesn't Exist?

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Posted by John Reyes on January 25, 2001 02:29:38 UTC

I am glad that you at least find an interest in my statement , it shows that you are prepared to recieve an alternative view point , I like that , and if I agree with anything that hawkings has ever said then it is the fact that we must keep on talking .

I know that the vast majority of the universe is dark , you also say that it is full of electromagnetic waves which is the same thing really , perhaps then I should have stated that the electromagnetic spectrum is what holds the universe in levitation .

Darkness does not indicate a lack of light and how right you are ,but do you know why the universe seems to be mostly dark .

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