|Adapted for the Internet from:
Why God Doesn't Exist
|a. Straightness. When taut, a rope is
straight despite its wavy nature.
Neither longitudinal nor transversal
generates straightness. In Physics,
only the force of pull produces
b. Speed and Direction. The twist of a
taut rope sends the signal almost
instantaneously in both directions (i.
e., ray reversibility). Only the rope
pushes and pulls simultaneously.
c. EPR. From one end the rope twirls
CW. From the other, it twirls CCW.
standing on the shoulders of giants
|And that's what
light really looks
|d. Amplitude. The rope inherently has amplitude. This is its natural state.
e. Orthogonality. Only the rope configuration can justify why the electric ‘field’ runs at 90° to the