Interesting thread and video (this one from your post):
About gravity... It seems to me that Newton was saying that if the sun was removed, that gravity would instanteously disappear. But Einstein said
no... gravity would leave in about 8 minutes after.
To me, Newton is saying that gravity is part-and-parcel of a heavenly body. i.e. the sun. It's part of it, like an aura. Therefore as soon as the sun
is removed, all of its gravity also goes away.
But Einstein is saying that gravity is not 'part of' the sun, or of any heavenly body. Rather, gravity emanates from it instead- as a separate
and distinct energy/force.
Putting it in different, somewhat similar terms: Newton's theory is like saying... 'when the body dies, the body is completely dead.'. Einstein is
saying; 'when the body dies, it is dead, but other parts of it can still live'.... as in organ donor cases.
edit on 19/9/2012 by MarkJS because: aura term added.
It seems to me like an object with enough mass/energy can exhibit a gravitational pull on other inferior objects, that's why all our planets orbit
the sun and why the moon stays in its orbit around the Earth. So perhaps many objects are creating an effect which is just too small to notice.
I just hate Michio. The guy's a New Age of Aquarius Illuminati NWO paid guy who claim he invented string theory. Leonnard Susskind invented string
theory. Michio's credibility is zero. His rants are wishful thinkings which remotely sounds a bit like physics.
hate is a strong word but the rest of what you said i agree, he is a pretend FOX tv propaganda scientist
Propaganda for what exactly? I've seen a fair amount of his videos, and I've never heard him mention anything that could be remotely construed
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