|Adapted for the Internet from:
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!
|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?
|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
|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.