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Old November 6th 14, 05:55 PM posted to alt.astronomy
G=EMC^2TreBert
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On Thursday, October 30, 2014 3:39:03 PM UTC-7, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:
Millions spent looking for a gravity wave and finding none proves what I have been saying over the years. Gravity is the aether. Its just there and everything is emerged in it evenly in every direction.It makes things round.. I thing of gravity as a fish under water trying to figure out bouyancy. Trying to figure out water pressure. TreBert


HVAC You only show no wit by knocking me. Time you got a brain.I give talks at universities. I take fastest pictures(stop light) . I am in full page of news and on TV. I build sail boats. My posts are way over your head. You can't get the picture. You are jealous of what my brain can do. Sad but true. Besides you HVAC are a first class jerk TreBert
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Old November 6th 14, 08:50 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Friday, October 31, 2014 9:09:01 AM UTC-7, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:


Einstein's GR does not give wave action for gravity.nor particle. It gives only curve spacetime. So what gives?


He claimed he made a mistake later on and said I made a mistake there is not God and made a mistake on curved space, it too has a wave function, he later admitted but was to old to make it a theory -- he wanted to celebrat4e his celebrity and get the bomb built and dropped.
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Old November 7th 14, 04:13 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Thursday, October 30, 2014 3:39:03 PM UTC-7, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:
Millions spent looking for a gravity wave and finding none proves what I have been saying over the years. Gravity is the aether. Its just there and everything is emerged in it evenly in every direction.It makes things round.. I thing of gravity as a fish under water trying to figure out bouyancy. Trying to figure out water pressure. TreBert


arc Einstein's biggest mistake was not going with QM.#2 Wishy Washy over static universe. #3 Having no thoughts on fields.#4 telling what games God plays. Other than that SR and GR fit well in the macro real of the universe. I met Einstein in 1952,and we agreed gravity and inertia were "Two Sides to the Same Coin."TreBert
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Old November 7th 14, 10:05 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Friday, November 7, 2014 8:13:20 AM UTC-8, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:
On Thursday, October 30, 2014 3:39:03 PM UTC-7, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:
Millions spent looking for a gravity wave and finding none proves what I have been saying over the years. Gravity is the aether. Its just there and everything is emerged in it evenly in every direction.It makes things round. I thing of gravity as a fish under water trying to figure out bouyancy. Trying to figure out water pressure. TreBert


arc Einstein's biggest mistake was not going with QM.#2 Wishy Washy over static universe. #3 Having no thoughts on fields.#4 telling what games God plays. Other than that SR and GR fit well in the macro real of the universe. I met Einstein in 1952,and we agreed gravity and inertia were "Two Sides to the Same Coin."TreBert



You mean God does shoot craps?

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Old November 7th 14, 10:13 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Friday, November 7, 2014 2:05:48 PM UTC-8, Double-A wrote:
On Friday, November 7, 2014 8:13:20 AM UTC-8, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:
On Thursday, October 30, 2014 3:39:03 PM UTC-7, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:
Millions spent looking for a gravity wave and finding none proves what I have been saying over the years. Gravity is the aether. Its just there and everything is emerged in it evenly in every direction.It makes things round. I thing of gravity as a fish under water trying to figure out bouyancy. Trying to figure out water pressure. TreBert


arc Einstein's biggest mistake was not going with QM.#2 Wishy Washy over static universe. #3 Having no thoughts on fields.#4 telling what games God plays. Other than that SR and GR fit well in the macro real of the universe. I met Einstein in 1952,and we agreed gravity and inertia were "Two Sides to the Same Coin."TreBert



You mean God does shoot craps?

Double-A


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Old November 8th 14, 12:25 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Thursday, October 30, 2014 3:39:03 PM UTC-7, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:
Millions spent looking for a gravity wave and finding none proves what I have been saying over the years. Gravity is the aether. Its just there and everything is emerged in it evenly in every direction.It makes things round.. I thing of gravity as a fish under water trying to figure out bouyancy. Trying to figure out water pressure. TreBert


AA Einstein did not think God played craps. I would not tell God what games to play. Rebert
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Old November 8th 14, 01:31 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On 11/8/2014 10:08 AM, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:

HVAC I never lie. I call it "Reality" Your posts of hate show that you are a low wit low life of humankind. You know this is the truth,and that makes you jealous of my being so clever and doing stuff you are incapable of doing. TreBert



HVAC You only show no wit by knocking me.


Is asking a question 'knocking' you?


Time you got a brain.I give talks at universities.



Really? Show me ANY proof of this. ANY proof at all.
Stop lying Bert.



You get as mad as Hager when I ask you for proof.
Show proof that you 'give talks at universities'.
I'll wait right here.

Until you do, I'll throw your old ass into the trailer
park sewage lagoon, just as I did with your buddy Hager.


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Old November 8th 14, 03:08 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Thursday, October 30, 2014 3:39:03 PM UTC-7, G=EMC^2TreBert wrote:
Millions spent looking for a gravity wave and finding none proves what I have been saying over the years. Gravity is the aether. Its just there and everything is emerged in it evenly in every direction.It makes things round.. I thing of gravity as a fish under water trying to figure out bouyancy. Trying to figure out water pressure. TreBert


HVAC I never lie. I call it "Reality" Your posts of hate show that you are a low wit low life of humankind. You know this is the truth,and that makes you jealous of my being so clever and doing stuff you are incapable of doing. TreBert
 




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