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Please elaborate on the gravity aspect of your rope hypothesis


Hi Bill, I'm not a scientist, just lay person who is very interested in science. I find your rope hypothesis fascinating. It makes so much more sense than the very dubious wave model of conventional science, which I have never been comfortable with. I'm struggling a little with the gravity aspect of your model - what is it about the fanning out of the ropes that makes the attraction stronger? The number of ropes is equal in both cases, so I assume it must be a change in some property of the ropes that causes this? Please elaborate. P.S. your youtube videos are great, keep it up!

 

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