Strange thoughts about gravity
I had strange thoughts about gravity, coming home from Gawith Villa this arvo, and watching Colin do his usual gravity-defying, leaning-tower-of-Pisa thing: on the tram, it occurred to me, gravity seems the most negligent of forces, at the sub-atomic level, BECAUSE gravity only = a bending of the space-time continuum around objects of mass (Einstein), AND at the sub-atomic level, objects, if any, look very tiny and don't take up much space, hence the negligibility of tiny, sub-atomic, so-called 'particles', even at the so-called sub-atomic level!
I don't really get all this What the Bleep stuff, but then neither did Niels Bohr...hehe! lol (But maybe in some deep and synchronous way this blog post contributes to an ultimate 'Theory of Everything'? hehe).... Welcome, all you slouching buddhas, to comment on this post, and a lotus to every single, one of you coming buddhas! ;-))