Discussion in 'Alternative Theories' started by Richard777, Dec 18, 2018.
can a wave be a bubble ?
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There is no gravitational field .
Can a wave be a bubble ?
But the bubble is not complex enough .
The bubble is the skin .
Within the bubble is nothing .
A complex bubble becomes a three dimenstional sphere of energy . Within the sphere
Can you? Ill tell ya that a graphing calculator has a radial function, but to draw anything requires better math than I know, and magnetic lines aren't quite gravity
If you're going to make provocative statements like that, you ought to at least attempt to explain yourself.
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Because the wave of the gravity is extremely weak , to the point of irrelevence , in the low to high energy spectrum and this wave moves out from the source not inward .
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