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Why God Doesn't Exist
Specifically, we can't figure out
why apples and oranges don't mix.
It IS tomorrow, you bum!
I arrived before I left! Now pay up
or give up your soul!
How did you do that? We were
just talking a second ago, and
I didn't see you leave with
wings. And you were
supposed to come back
tomorrow for your money!

    1.0   Bi-directionality

    For many years, the mathematicians have searched for a Grand Unified Theory (GUT), a mechanism that
    can merge gravity and light. 10 Of course, the mathematicians have made the entire thing much more
    complicated than reality and today talk about uniting electromagnetism and gravity with other forces such
    as the weak and the strong. In Physics, however, there can only be two forces: push and pull. The infamous
    weak force is conceptually a force of push and the alleged strong force is conceptually a force of pull. What
    other forms of physical contact can you imagine? You either push or you pull. That’s it! The mechanics have
    simply gotten tangled in their own semantics.

    An outgoing, one-way mechanism such as a particle or a wave has no ability to generate the force of pull
    necessary to reconcile it with push into one mechanism. This is the reason Quantum has yet to incorporate
    gravitational force into the theory. How does the Earth attract the Moon? By throwing discrete graviton
    stones at it? If we do not place an object in there we will in effect be doing the simulation with spirits, with
    black magic. It is the annoying force of pull that falsifies Quantum Mechanics. The mathematicians may
    adore their beloved theory and are sad to see it die after all these years, but QM has no rational way to
    explain attraction with billiard ball physics.

    The bi-directional nature of the rope, on the other hand, generates push and pull in a single stroke.

    You don’t believe me?

    Take a rope, tie it to a tree, and hold the other end at 10 meters. Torque it continuously from that position
    until you turn blue. What you are doing by twisting the rope is compressing its links (i.e., pushing the
    signal of light outwards). If you did the experiment correctly, either the tree has moved closer to you or you
    have moved closer to the tree. Hence, by pushing you have pulled. Light is to push what gravity is to pull.
    Light goes outwards. Gravity pulls inwards (Fig. 4.13). The only physical configuration that can explain
    simultaneous push and pull is a rope-like entity.

    Indeed, only the force of pull may generate anything approaching straightness in Physics. The force of
    push guarantees the opposite. Push one end of a shirt against the other, or, if you want something more
    challenging, push one end of a clothes hanger towards the other. You will verify that the shirt and the
    hanger get all wrinkled up rather than straighten out.

    The mathematician may tell you that he can under certain circumstances push the 8-ball with a billiard ball
    and neither has to deviate from the straight axis they sit on. However, as we now know, the mathematician
    would be at best talking about rectilinear motion and not about a straight object.

    The first attribute that the rope hypothesis explains is bi-directionality. If we twist a rope the signal blitzes
    out at lightning speed, a phenomenon that could easily confuse the keenest observer. The signal travels
    rectilinearly along the taut intermediary, but which way did it go? When observing the middle of a spinning
    rope, the signal travels in diametrical directions.

    "The electric field oscillates backwards and forwards in one plane... and the
      magnetic field oscillates in sympathy, but in a plane at right angles to that
      of the electric field."  [ 1 ]

    Bi-directional. In comparison, both the particle and the 2D wave are conceptually facing in one direction.
    Push and pull in a single mechanism: The torque signal  extend all the way from Andromeda to the Sun.
    In Physics, the force of pull is practically a synonym of straight. It implies that a tautly drawn object is
    involved. Has push and pull in a single mechanism. Rope has a chance to model the GUT

    Notice also other features of this peculiar wave, for example, the subtle bi-directional mechanism. The
    signal travels simultaneously to and fro along the taut rope despite a single stroke. If you weren't too
    careful, you could be misled to believe that the signal arrives before it leaves!

    “ That is, you can equivalently treat the problem as if the signal arrives at the
      detector before it leaves the source.” [ 2 ]

    There are a series of experiments and observations that have traditionally been explained with either the
    wave or the particle hypothesis. Here, I show that only the rope can model these scenarios properly. If, in
    addition, common sense leads us to suspect that a Grand Unified Theory (GUT) marries light (an outward
    force) with gravity (an inward force), we must simply brainstorm all the rational mechanisms that can
    simultaneously generate push and pull. Surely, outgoing, one-way mechanisms such as particles and
    waves cannot justify both forces simultaneously.

    Actually, every link of a rope spins in place. The ‘information’ traveling along the rope is an observer-related
    phenomenon. The rope is also unique in that it tugs from both ends. The rope binds two atoms permanently
    together. A torqued rope generates both push and pull. You twist a taut rope and the sinusoidal signal
    instantly makes its presence felt at the opposite end. Coincidentally, the object attached there immediately
    feels tugged in your direction.

Fig. 1
The wave and the photon hypotheses have
light traveling radially outwards from an
object. The quantum graviton also travels
away from an object. How can something
that travels outwards also attract inwards.
How do we reconcile light (push) with
gravity (pull)? Is there a GUT?

Fig. 2
Twist a taut rope and you will generate the
two forces of the Universe: push and pull.
The signal travels outwards (push) along the
rope from one end to the other and in both
directions. The objects attached to its
endpoints instantly move inwards. Therefore,
the rope is a mechanism capable of
synthesizing light and gravity

    A rope-like mechanism is the only entity that can simulate straightness. Imagine that two twined threads
    bind an atom in the Sun with an atom in Andromeda. Now it doesn’t matter where the Sun or Andromeda
    are located in the Universe. The rope is the straight road along which the torque signal travels. Light sent
    by the atom in the Sun will necessarily hit its target one day and convey the exact ‘information’ (Fig. 3).

Fig. 3
The rope extends from an atom in the Milky Way to an atom in Andromeda. The rope is
tightly drawn and, therefore, ‘straight.’ The rope torques, and this signal may only travel
along the rope. In this sense the torque signal travels rectilinearly because it does so along
a taut medium. However, as the Sun and Andromeda move with respect to each other, if
viewed by a distant observer, the signal would actually trace a smooth curve.



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