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Re: To Who Said Gravity Doesn't Exist, Rather Light...

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Posted by Kip Crawford on January 26, 2001 23:36:30 UTC

Well for one thing, during a lunar ecllipse, the moon is still illuminated 30% or more and a new moon is just the darkside facing us. It's still nice and bright on the other side.

I have read skintless's theories in part and I will say that I do not agree totally concerning gravity. However there have been some new "thoughts" concerning certain hypothesis from cosmologist and quantum physisist that there is certain evidence of "light" influences over gravity concerning high-density neutron stars and brown dwarfs and now dark matter. These are concerning huge porportions not "local" ones. Now like I said, I don't agree totally on his "thesis". I feel that people misunderstand that basically skintless derives his "findings" in a universal sense. The science one anyway. Of course he has is "divine" angle. That is where people usually stop and have problems. Me too. He has a book on this very subject, however I haven't read it. He said he would send a copy. He usually hangs out at www.cosmiverse.com forums. I try to understand his way of thinking with an open mind...but even I have many problems with his ideas.

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