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GRT and QM reconciled in new theory, Gravitons exist, are dark matter and more...

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posted on Mar, 9 2015 @ 05:00 PM
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so anyway... after two pages of ...stuff...

so if you have a fat dark energy graviton and it has a baby evidently this theory says it causes the space in between to expand as in inflation. so if the fat graviton is down relative to the other graviton and you are near the baby graviton i think you would be pushed away from whatever is near the fat graviton like the ground for example.

In plain language: It's an antigravity effect. It's a space warp effect. it slices! it Dices! it makes julienne fries! but wait there's more!

so antigravity or no? if no; why?
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posted on Mar, 10 2015 @ 12:30 AM
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originally posted by: [post=19096703]GetHyped Edit: better yet, pick an example from this list whose evidence was "reinterpreted" to fit GR and explain what the "correct" interpretation is and why:

en.wikipedia.org...
If you don't mind post the ballpark of this list in your post and i'll come back on it



posted on Mar, 14 2015 @ 10:32 PM
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a reply to: stormbringer1701

Except that gravity may not be a force of its own, requiring the graviton as a force carrier. It may just be the constructive interference that the signals from one particle have on the back side signals of a nearby particle and vice versa. In that case, the signals responsible for gravitational effects would be the same ones that generate the particle structure of matter and not a separate phenomenon.


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posted on Mar, 20 2015 @ 04:01 PM
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originally posted by: LibertyKrueger
a reply to: stormbringer1701

Except that gravity may not be a force of its own, requiring the graviton as a force carrier. It may just be the constructive interference that the signals from one particle have on the back side signals of a nearby particle and vice versa. In that case, the signals responsible for gravitational effects would be the same ones that generate the particle structure of matter and not a separate phenomenon.

if gravity works like that and in broads strokes Einstein believed that because he thought Mach was right; it is more the distant masses than nearby masses that are responsible for gravity and inertia. Feynman and Wheeler thought that this was due to a wave travelling backwards in time such that it's effects arrived instantly from the particles point's of view but if fact traveled at light speed so it did not violate physics as presently understood. this explains the instantaneous nature of the action of gravity and inertia.




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