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Originally posted by spinkyboo
Wow. Great thread.
We have been experiencing some very windy times here in California the last couple of years. This winds are not the Santa Ana winds that people have come to know.
These are cold winds - they can come without clouds. These winds are not normal for this area. I have lived here 25 years - the sky is different- the winds are different -
They are fierce.
Originally posted by Gawdzilla
You all realize that gravity is just a theory, don't you? There is no scientific evidence for it, just the blatherings of a elitist cabal of so-called "researchers" that refuse to accept any hard evidence if it contradicts their cherished beliefs.
Short answer: There is no gravity, the Earth just sucks.
The universe, as with all energetic formations, could have been created in different ways. One possibility is the Big Bang theory. Wave theory maintains that every energetic formation appears as an energetic swirl and, in time, creates wave formations. To understand the behaviour of energetic matter, see the energetic matter life cycle chart below (picture below). The cycle is not closed, because the appearance and decay of energetic matter, space and time is a very complex issue. I will try to deal with this problem in later essays.
Since the Big Bang, the universe slowly cycles down though different phases: galaxies have appeared, followed by stars in their energetic paths, then planets, and so on, into intergalactic dust. Our universe may have two loops, one relatively concave and flat (energetic) and one more balloon-like (magnetic). The magnetic loop may not be a part of our universe at all. It may belong to another universe, in contact with our own. Every large energy concentration creates a swirl that creates a wave proportional to its energy and space. It seems that dark matter keeps galaxies together and connects them to each other. From time to time, energetic activity in a galaxy, like a naughty boy, threatens the universe’s stability; nets of dark matter, however, restore order.