IT'S ALL ABOUT NOTHING?
NOTHING, IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVERYTHING!
96% of the universe is made of nothing...
That's a lot of nothing. I'm here today to tell you that all that nothing is responsible for almost everything.
There is a flurry of activity in between all that we recognize as stuff. Every force is the result of various types of motions of, so called empty Space.
For more than 30 years, I have put my mind to the problem of how Gravity works. I'm not talking about the math, that's way over my head. It's all about why objects behave the way they do?
What I'm presenting here is really my life's work. It still needs a little polishing, and to do that requires Time and resources. I welcome the interaction of people, both experts and laypeople. If you like what you see, spread the word, and please give me some feedback while you are at it.
Disclaimer: For those whom would like to discredit me, or my theory. I welcome criticism of BIG Theory. It's how I got to where I am. Building and destroying my own and other people's theories, it's what I've been doing all these years. It's not over yet! As for me, be kind. I'm not claiming to be an expert, I don't have any credentials! When I tear apart other peoples theories, I always keep it to myself. I'm not even asking that of you. I want to know if I am presenting something in error. But please be aware this is a comprehensive theory, as such familiar terms may be used in a different context. Be kind, be helpful and God bless!
Jeffrey N. Bivens
The creator of BIG Theory, a new way of looking at the universe!
Strange as it seems, objects in this theory move under their own power, and gravity acts like a rudder, passing energy to mass and steering it toward the source of radiating waves of "dimension only particles".
BIG Theory is short for - Bivens Inertial Gravity Theory
This Bible verse is literally a testament to my experience.
Jeremiah 33:3 KJV
Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not.
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