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Do we really KNOW *gravity*?

Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Native, Jan 26, 2021.

  1. Native

    Native Free Natural Philosopher & Comparative Mythologist

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    Subject: Do we really know gravity?

    OBS: BEFORE replying, try to think outside the squared boxes.


    We think that a mass automatically creates gravity. The problem is that gravity is an energy. It requires energy to make it. Newton did not explained that. And it is STILL not explained today.

    Gravity must have an energy source to be created. Our laws of physics tell us that but we have ignored this fact.

    The data indicates that hydrogen and helium make up nearly all of the nuclear matter in the universe. The most abundant element, hydrogen, accounts for 74% of the mass while helium contributes 25%. Heavier elements comprise less than 1% of the total.

    How does this fits with the *gravity* suggestions?

    Again, gravity is not free. That is impossible. Other explanations are needed!

    What are your thoughts of this?
     
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  2. Meerkat

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    Gravity's a field, isn't it? A field which creates potential energy.
    I don't think they've been able to observe gravitons.
     
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  3. Native

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    Graviton is the hypothetical quantum of gravity, an elementary particle that mediates the force of gravity.

    This definition is going nowhere and around in circles: It STIIL don´t explain the suggested forces.

    And *a field of gravity* still don´t explain HOW the field got it´s forces.
     
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    Gravity is not in itself an energy but creates potential energy
     
  5. Native

    Native Free Natural Philosopher & Comparative Mythologist

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    Please delete your irrelevant reply. This is not a singing contest.
     
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    It doesn't distract from your intention. The song came to my mind when I saw the thread title.
     
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  8. Native

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    I´m sorry. But this OP is NOT about your personal conditions at all.

    Delete your post now!
     
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  9. Native

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    Why is this in the "Science and Religion" thread?
    I can understand the science angle ... but religion?
     
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    Nevertheless, it is a good answer. Please rephrase the question.
     
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  12. ChristineM

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    Its spam.
     
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  13. Meerkat

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    If the physicists haven't worked it out yet, I don't think we'll have much luck.
     
  14. Native

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    I haven´t mentioned anything about religion in this OP.
     
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    But, this thread is for discussing religion v science
     
  16. Native

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    Maybe so. A least it requires some serious out-of-box thinking.
     
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    No it's not.


    To the rest: lol the core temperature of earth is perhaps 6000°C and it moves around the sun with 29,78 km/s.
    That alone produces more energy than we ever have every second.
     
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  18. Native

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    You´re correct there :)
    I`ll ask the admin to simply delete this thread - It´s ruined anyway by some debaters who can´t understand an OP.
     
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  19. Native

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    It´s neither a force too.
     
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    Please define what a force is. This decleration seems absurd. Gravity is definitely not an energy form since it's a wave field.

    PS: Have you read on the Higgs field? It could provide some solution to your problem.
     
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