A – Agape Gravity (anti-gravity)

Jesus answered, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.’

(Matthew 22:37) Good News Translation

The greatest love you can have for your friends is to give your life for them.

(John 15:13) Good News Translation

If the mechanism of gravity is that a singularity at the center of the Earth emits a field of Bosons, then this is an outward force from the center of the Earth to heaven.

This is God’s love, which is why we call this A Gravity (anti-gravity). A comes from agape the Greek word for love. God’s plan of redemption involves a stream of bosons which propels our soul out of the center of the Earth and onto the surface where it’s placed in a body. This is one of the types of boson, but whether it is W or Z is largely immaterial.

Love: ἀγάπη – agapē

  • charity, love
    1. affection, good-will, love, benevolence
    2. love, benevolence, good will, esteem; plur: love-feasts.

The singularity at the center of Earth emits a field of Higgs Boson particles (arbitrarily W bosons). Bodies in the field (p) absorb W bosons at a rate proportional to their total energy (pG). Something happens to the bosons within each body and they are re-emitted as the opposite configuration (W or Z).

The bosons which we receive from A cause the gravitational attraction between bodies that we can measure using the Cavendish experiment. This is what mainstream science (SciPop) calls gravity. This gives us the gravitational constant (G). G is determined by the strength of the field A. It’s not a property of mass or space-time.

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