Just speaking in general terms with D-Archer.
>Sorry, in my eyes there is no such thing as a subatomic gravity wave. Where >did you dig this out??
ANS: Don't quite no, I have been studying gravity on and off for 30 plus years and you are correct when you say no one understands it in quantum physics.
So I founded my own field of physics call Hexagontum physics;
It is for people that can get from A to C without going to B first. In quantum physics we all have to go to B first before going to C; We have to go to B, see it, touch it, smell it, taste it and then eat it, before it exist if you get my drift, it's quantum alright, it's quantum mental masterbation.
In the Hexagontum world of physics, sub-atomic-gravity-waves exist because it just common sense.
>If you want to play with physics, absorb some basics first.
Ans: Just speaking in general terms with D-Archer.
In my book I scetched what a sub atomic gravity wave looks like coming out of the Kings chamber last year, last week I found the exact same scetch on a stone carved Egyptian hieroglyph, his name is Manu and the sub atomic gravity wave is hitting his head.
I think I might have picked up this term sub atomic gravity wave from Princeston university here is the link. or you can Google the term, everybody and their brother is using the term loosely.
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