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Gravitational waves in question (34)

Introduction. The dreaming up and realization of the LIG Observatory is a fantastic achievement, worthy of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2017. However, questions/problems such as the one about the true nature of gravity, the LIGO “strange noise” observation problem, … Continue reading

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Gravity is a resultant and so are the strong, weak and electromagnetic interactions (33)

As suggested in post 6, Time, Space, Mass and Energy are properties of the world/decisive factors which shape the world endogenously, being generic and not independent, their proportions being fully interrelated, continuously changing each other’s proportions. As suggested in post … Continue reading

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Beware of suggestive changes of information (32)

Introduction. In post 13 (March 2011) I have explained why I think that gravity is not an emergent phenomenon but a continuity, in contrast with Erik Verlinde’s idea of emergent gravity. n post 31 (September 2016) I have explained why … Continue reading

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The neutrinos-faster-than-light delusion (16)

In space-time continuously a process is going on, everywhere and in each direction, of changes in mass, energy, space and time and the ratios between them, causing them to change again etc. Whatever these changes may be and whatever proportions … Continue reading

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Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (15)

Dark energy and dark matter are superfluous. As explained in posts 10 and 14, the so-called cosmological constant and the Big Bang theory are redundant and obsolete. The microwave background radiation is not the afterglow of a never happened Big … Continue reading

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Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (14)

Is there any space for determinism in the universe? Determinists hold the view that the universe is fully governed by causal laws resulting in only one possible state at any point in time. In post 6 (“C=T/M x E/S”) the … Continue reading

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Gravitation, consequence of a continuous relation between mass and time (13)

Past the end of the nose. As explained in post 10 (“The cosmological constant revised”) and post 12 (“The inconstancy of the speed of light”), C is not the speed of light, but the true cosmological constant and continuity to … Continue reading

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