# Thread: Questions for William McCormick

1. William,

I have been watching your posts for a while now, and the theories that you present seem like they could be very fascinating. I the idea that there is a universal positive pressure with only one fundamental particle is simple, elegant, and compelling. I wish to learn the math behind the physics you speak of. Would you be willing to teach me?

So... How about we start with a simple example. Let's say I have a pen, and that I am holding this pen 2 meters above the ground. If I were to drop it (ignoring air resistance) how would I calculate how long it would take for it to reach the ground? From what you have said so far, I believe I understand what is causing the pen to "fall." The earth's large size and density are blocking some of the ambient radiation, causing an excess of ambient radiation on the side away from the earth to push the pen towards the ground. There is no attraction, only a repulsion from the ambient radiation. But how do I actually calculate how the pen will move? Are laws like F = ma still useful in your theory?

I would be grateful if you could assist me in my exploration of your amazing universal science.

Sincerely,
Vroomfondel

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3. I'm interested also. I think there may be some kernels of truth to ...uh, Universal Science... which only need proper development.

BTW Vroomfondel I believe you're trolling.

4. My expressed fascination with the universal science may be a bit of a troll, but my desire to see his math is genuine. He claims to have a theory that describes all phenomenon in the universe, so I want to put his theory to the test. Let's see some math!

5. I haven't seen McC posting here in a while. As far as I know he wasn't banned, but he was banished from the physics subforum. He didn't enjoy the pseudoscience subforum, I guess.

6. He kind of lurks in the religion forum almost exclusively, but from experience I can tell you he gets back to you via PM ad naseum (It's a good thing, he's pretty cool).

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