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Someone's Cosmology Appears Off-Balance

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« on: June 30, 2011, 06:10:49 am »

Last night's episode of the Morgan Freeman show featured an interview woman who, although she is certainly properly hailed as the mother of the theory of open vs. closed strings, seems not to follow through successfully.  Her primary observation on the program is that interuniversal space, which contains gravitational strings, is warped.  This is self-evident: gravitation's whole job is to warp dimensions, so her observation is like saying that water is wet.  She also states that the reason gravitation is so much weaker in our universe than electroweakness or strength is because some other universe is hogging all of our universe's gravitation.  Wrong, wrong, WRONG!!!!  If gravitation exists both in universes and in interuniversal space, then it must be a constituent part of the higher organizational node (i.e., multiiversal space), merely passing through individual universes.
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