Why does gravity have no quantum properties?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 19, 2020 05:27 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 19, 2020 05:27 AM

Because neither “gravity” nor “quantum” is an existing thing. They are nothing more than ->pseudonotions to understand things easier. They are completely useLESS, in the real work of the Universe. They are both notions, in a “science”, that did not even think enough about the real nature of the Universe, based on “particles”, which is a completely IL logical way to approach the “physics”, in an Infinite Universe.

I’m sorry but I can’t even decide I have to cry or I have to laugh at this point, which is actually the very beginning of your “science”.

Instead of “particles” the things stand from subdimension isomer configurations, this is the only thing you can measure, set, and even talk about the under name of the Science.

Or if someone doesn’t think the same, I’m curious about the “explanation” TALE, about “Dark” “Matter” and “Dark” “Energy”, once upon a spacetime with “gravity” butterflies and “Quantum” soap bubbles.

Or if you don’t like the kidding, you can see the complete explanation what is what exactly, at all, you’ll see the things work quite differently as you – think you – know now, and it is actually even more simple than you have ever thought.

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