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  • The Population Curve

    The Population Curve

    24 months ago

    Extinction is a Law of Life. All species become extinct. They follow the Population Curve.

  • Entanglement: the physical interpretation

    Entanglement: the physical interpretation

    2 years ago

    EPR has been a thorn in the side of Quantum Mechanics since Einstein formulated the thought experiment in 1935. The Rope Model of Light and Gravity offers a rational physical interpretation to EPR.

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    How did T-Rex become extinct?

    24 months ago

    The dinosaurs disappeared around 65 million years ago after ruling the planet for millions of years. The extinction of these formidable animals is a blueprint of what is about to happen to Man.

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    Why can't you draw an atom?

    2 years ago

    Quantum Mechanics provides no sizes or diameters for the particles of the Standard Model. The particle mathematicians accelerate 0D 'point' particles. This may explain why they can't draw an atom.

  • Economic Collapse: The end of Man

    Economic Collapse: The end of Man

    24 months ago

    The global economy is about to collapse and there is nothing anyone can do about it. Neither Intelligence nor Technology can solve the problem because Intelligence and Technology are the causes.

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    We are the last humans

    24 months ago

    A mass extinction is NOT the result of extraterrestrial agents, volcanism, nuclear war or disease. A mass extinction occurs when the ecological pyramid overturns.

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    How gravity works

    2 years ago

    General Relativity sweeps the troublesome Mach's Principle under the rug and has no explanation for the complex units of the gravitational constant G. On the other hand, the rope hypothesis justifies Mach's Principle and at least two factors of the gravitational constant.

  • How a magnet attracts another

    How a magnet attracts another

    2 years ago

    Quantum Mechanics proposes that the Universe is entirely made of particles. If so, Quantum is fatally flawed. It cannot explain how one particle attracts another one.

  • What Is Light?

    What Is Light?

    2 years ago

    Is light a wave? Does it consist of particles? Wave-packets? What if we assume, instead, that light has the configuration of a rope?

  • Why God Doesn't Exist - Belief

    Why God Doesn't Exist - Belief

    2 years ago

    Whether God exists is not an issue to be resolved through belief or knowledge, but rather by defining the word exist.


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