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  1. Standard member Dasa
    Dasa
    25 Sep '11 07:28
    Science does not know what gravity is.

    They known it makes apples fall from trees and that's about it.

    They say that there was once upon a time no gravity - and then there was an explosion and now we have the laws of physics and the wonderful cosmos filled with intelligent life.

    No mention of a plan or design or intelligent happenings.

    Just bang and presto here we are.

    Gravity is an energy - and a gift from God.
  2. Standard member mikelom
    Ajarn
    25 Sep '11 08:06
    Originally posted by Dasa
    Science does not know what gravity is.

    They known it makes apples fall from trees and that's about it.

    They say that there was once upon a time no gravity - and then there was an explosion and now we have the laws of physics and the wonderful cosmos filled with intelligent life.

    No mention of a plan or design or intelligent happenings.

    Just bang and presto here we are.

    Gravity is an energy - and a gift from God.
    You are verging on insanity Dasa.

    Science knows a hell of a lot more about gravity than you know about a mouthful of beef!

    Even my 5 year old son knows gravity is not energy; it's not even a force!

    It's a phenomena of the curvature of space-time.

    Energy from God was wasted when implemented in yourself at conception, for yours was truly immaculate!

    -m.
  3. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    25 Sep '11 09:31
    Originally posted by Dasa
    Science does not know what gravity is.

    They known it makes apples fall from trees and that's about it.

    They say that there was once upon a time no gravity - and then there was an explosion and now we have the laws of physics and the wonderful cosmos filled with intelligent life.

    No mention of a plan or design or intelligent happenings.

    Just bang and presto here we are.

    Gravity is an energy - and a gift from God.
    Explain to us lower forms how gravity is energy?
  4. 25 Sep '11 11:10
    Originally posted by mikelom
    You are verging on insanity Dasa.
    Verging!?

    Richard
  5. Standard member mikelom
    Ajarn
    25 Sep '11 12:01
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    Verging!?

    Richard
    Lol...

    Of course, I was being polite.

    He's verging on twatness as we know it, Spock.

    -p.
  6. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    25 Sep '11 13:13
    Originally posted by mikelom
    Lol...

    Of course, I was being polite.

    He's verging on twatness as we know it, Spock.

    -p.
    I think he just likes stirring the pot and have a good laugh over his posts seeing the responses.
  7. Standard member mikelom
    Ajarn
    25 Sep '11 13:21
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    I think he just likes stirring the pot and have a good laugh over his posts seeing the responses.
    Did you post my own rhetoric?

    -m.
  8. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    25 Sep '11 17:47
    Originally posted by mikelom
    Did you post my own rhetoric?

    -m.
    I wonder if he has any clue he is made?
  9. Standard member Dasa
    Dasa
    25 Sep '11 21:46
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Explain to us lower forms how gravity is energy?
    Force is energy.

    There can be no force without energy.

    You know this.
  10. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    25 Sep '11 22:38 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Dasa
    Force is energy.

    There can be no force without energy.

    You know this.
    Force is a vector. Weight is a reaction to gravity. Gravity is nothing more than the bending of space itself due to the mass of the sun and the planets around it, in our neck of the woods. In the center of the galaxy there is an object whose gravity is so strong light itself becomes trapped, because the escape velocity is greater than the speed of light so photons just circle in and don't come back out. And of course anything else in its path, like vagrant stars, it eats them whole. Which must be a sight to see!

    There can be no force without energy. Exactly what does that mean? And what does that have to do with gravity? You can gain kinetic energy when something falls in a gravity field like hydroelectric dams that makes energy out of falling water but something has to fall from distance up A to distance down B in order to extract that energy. That means there had to be energy inputted into the system that got that mass to distance A up in the air.
  11. 26 Sep '11 15:28
    Originally posted by Dasa
    Force is energy.

    There can be no force without energy.

    You know this.
    Actually, anyone who has studied elementary physics knows this is not the case. Force and energy don't even have the same unit, so mathematically they cannot be equal.
  12. 26 Sep '11 22:13
    I don't believe in gravity. I believe in Intelligent Falling.
  13. 26 Sep '11 22:18
    Originally posted by SmittyTime
    I don't believe in gravity. I believe in Intelligent Falling.
    The important question, is not whether you believe in gravity... but whether it believes in you....

    ;-)
  14. Standard member adam warlock
    Baby Gauss
    26 Sep '11 23:03
    Originally posted by Dasa
    Science does not know what gravity is.
    You got this bit right.

    Judging from your usual standard that's hella good!
  15. 26 Sep '11 23:05
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    The important question, is not whether you believe in gravity... but whether it believes in you....

    ;-)
    Gravity sent his one and only begotten son to earth... but the son forgot his parachute.