Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Gravitons and Spacetime Get Ruled Out with Simple Logic

Authors: Seamus McCelt

If "gravity" is actually "gravitons" - that means the gravitons from the center of the earth must be making it all they way to the surface unfettered.
"Gravitons" must be able to pass right through matter.
But that also means the gravitons would pass right through you and anything else on the surface. You would float away - so, that cannot be correct.

If gravitons from the center of the earth did NOT reach the surface - they would NOT have an effect on surface matter of the earth nor anything further out in space - like the moon, period.

Gravitons ~ ~ must be able to pass right through matter ● to reach the surface of matter.

~ ~ ● ~ ~ ( ~ ● ~ ) ~ ~ ● ~ ~

But, that means gravitons have NO effect on mass. They pass right through matter.
"Gravitons" CANNOT be responsible for gravity.

● if gravitons pass through matter: they cannot affect matter. Pooof, no gravity.
● if gravitons DO NOT pass through matter: they cannot have the long distance reach of gravity. Pooof, no gravity.

NOTE: "Curved Spacetime" also gets ruled out in the same exact way, plus a bunch of other ways.

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[v1] 2019-02-26 05:01:11
[v2] 2019-03-01 09:55:56

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