Wednesday, September 30, 2009


A little over one year ago I figured out how gravity works: Imagine a particle. Now open up the particle and get all the stuff out of it and close it back up. What's inside? It's not matter, so it has nothing inside with a huge vacuum. (Anti-matter is another way of saying "nothing".) That's gravity on the small scale like a hydrogen atom.

Now, imagine the sun with some iron in it. Iron boils and creates a big bubble of iron. That's the core of the earth; filled with nothing. Iron is a ferrous material like a sponge.


  1. It's spelled ferrous.

  2. I shouldn't have said "anti-matter". "Anti-matter" connotes a substance, but in reality it is nothing whatsoever.

    Also... my theory is gravity and consciousness are linked.

    The test for humans: see if we can pull out that little piece of matter inside some hydrogen atoms without blowing them up in particle accelerators.

    That's the path to finding God.

  3. FYI, be careful about assuming any particular definition of "God".