Waving Gravity

Modern science is pre-occupied with the job of measuring gravity waves.

Measurement explicitly means collecting data in the time domain.

Gravity however, is instantaneous.

It cannot be described or measured in a time domain. There are thus no gravity waves. If there are, then these have been observed in the time domain, and flatly contradict the initial assumption entailed in Newton’s Law(s).

About Louis Hissink

Retired diamond exploration geologist. Trained by Western Mining Corporation and polished by De Beers.
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One Response to Waving Gravity

  1. Lit says:

    I think it is wise to view energy and forces as instantaneous throughout the system. They require instantaneous flow of input power continously to be upheld. I even want to turn it upside down, to one dimensional signal of energy, expanding in three dimensions of time. That is what we observe, one dimensional photons being absorbed and destroyed in matter. What happens after is expansion in three dimensions only depending on time. The photon outside of matter is independent of both time and space. Logic says that time is bound to matter and expansion in three dimensions.


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