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  1. #1 Gravity as Waves 
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    Gravity does not function as single particles called gravitons. But rather in the form of waves, much like sound. Each atom produces a small amount of gravity waves, and when many atoms are together, the waves work in unison to form a more powerful wave of gravity. This is much the same way in sound, that when many sound waves are close together the sound becomes louder and higher pitched. Just as sound bounces back after hitting an object, gravity waves bounce back too. But when they bounce off an object, they don’t just hit the surface of an object, they travel through the whole thing. Resonating inside the object so quickly that it seems instant. After it resonates, it bounces back to the source of where the wave originated, pulling and pushing the object in that same direction.
    Gravity waves can overlap without any interference with each other, and when two objects with equal amounts of gravity waves get close to each other, both of their gravity waves affect each other, everyone wins the gravity pull, and nobody gets cancelled out. This is also true when two objects of with different amounts of gravity waves get close, both of their gravity waves affect each other, but the object with more mass and more gravity waves pulls the object with less mass and less gravity waves faster than it can pull the bigger one. More mass means it takes more gravity waves to affect it drastically. And more gravity waves mean it can affect another object more affectively.
    Just as sound needs a medium to travel through, so does gravity. And the medium the gravity travels through is Dark Matter. The further that gravity waves travel away from their origin, the less they stay unison. They do not dissipate entirely, but rather, eventually move outwards away from each other in random directions. A single wave of gravity would eventually split and each would then move in different directions, then split again and repeat this process. This process is not infinite, and there is a limit to how much a wave can split. The distance that a gravity wave splits to it’s maximum is dependant on the amount of mass that the wave originated from. The more mass of the originating object, the farther the distance that the waves split to their maximum splitting capacity, and thereby staying unison longer. When the scattered gravity waves hit an object they do not pull the object. They are much weaker because there are many multiple little waves that have no coinciding origin. So because many scattered waves can hit the same target, but each bouncing off in a different direction, it creates a pushing effect, called Dark Energy.


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    Maybe i have this all wrong (i find science a little confusing ) but if the gravity waves are pushing an object as they enter it and then "it bounces back to the source of where the wave originated" wouldn't it just stay were it is ?


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    when many sound waves are close together the sound becomes louder and higher pitched.
    Higher pitched? Since when?
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    Quote Originally Posted by avonrepus_ralos
    Gravity does not function as single particles called gravitons. But rather in the form of waves, much like sound. Each atom produces a small amount of gravity waves, and when many atoms are together, the waves work in unison to form a more powerful wave of gravity. This is much the same way in sound, that when many sound waves are close together the sound becomes louder and higher pitched. Just as sound bounces back after hitting an object, gravity waves bounce back too. But when they bounce off an object, they don’t just hit the surface of an object, they travel through the whole thing. Resonating inside the object so quickly that it seems instant. After it resonates, it bounces back to the source of where the wave originated, pulling and pushing the object in that same direction.
    Gravity waves can overlap without any interference with each other, and when two objects with equal amounts of gravity waves get close to each other, both of their gravity waves affect each other, everyone wins the gravity pull, and nobody gets cancelled out. This is also true when two objects of with different amounts of gravity waves get close, both of their gravity waves affect each other, but the object with more mass and more gravity waves pulls the object with less mass and less gravity waves faster than it can pull the bigger one. More mass means it takes more gravity waves to affect it drastically. And more gravity waves mean it can affect another object more affectively.
    Just as sound needs a medium to travel through, so does gravity. And the medium the gravity travels through is Dark Matter. The further that gravity waves travel away from their origin, the less they stay unison. They do not dissipate entirely, but rather, eventually move outwards away from each other in random directions. A single wave of gravity would eventually split and each would then move in different directions, then split again and repeat this process. This process is not infinite, and there is a limit to how much a wave can split. The distance that a gravity wave splits to it’s maximum is dependant on the amount of mass that the wave originated from. The more mass of the originating object, the farther the distance that the waves split to their maximum splitting capacity, and thereby staying unison longer. When the scattered gravity waves hit an object they do not pull the object. They are much weaker because there are many multiple little waves that have no coinciding origin. So because many scattered waves can hit the same target, but each bouncing off in a different direction, it creates a pushing effect, called Dark Energy.
    At the very least, you should do the courtesy to the people who visit these pages of stating that all this rhetoric is nothing more than your own personal idea. It's neither theory nor sound hypothesis as there is absolutely nothing upon which to base it.
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  6. #5 Ideas.. 
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    Gravity=rotation of something :-D

    Science needs creative wild guessing minds to advance to the unknown. What we think now, may not be true.

    This aint scientific, but there are ancient tales that in the middle east there were keepers of knowledge that used to do a practice where a group of men used horns or pipes and drums(maybe) to create a sound that could lift a special very large stone boulder high up in the air.

    Also I remember one tale from some biblical stories if I remember right, where some folks created a vibration/sound that broke down the protective wall of a city.
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