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Rope Hypothesis and Thread Theory

Narrated by: David Gilmore
Length: 12 hrs and 26 mins
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Rope Hypothesis and Thread Theory is based on Bill Gaede's Rope Hypothesis. We apply the rope model to questions such as, what is gravity, light, electricity, and magnetism? What is thermodynamics? What is the difference between light and sound? What is plasma? How do batteries, antennas, and cathode ray tubes work? What is the difference between fundamental and composite objects? Does size scale make a difference when it comes to motion, friction, bending, stretching, and tension? What is the difference between electrostatics and gravitation? What is atomic bonding? What are reflection, refraction, and diffraction?

©2017 Jeffrey L. Hancock (P)2018 Jeffrey L. Hancock

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A brilliant, simple and probable solution

Quantum mechanics and general relativity have yet to give us explanations for things like light, entanglement or gravity. They describe many of the phenomena that we see but they do not and cannot explain the physical mechanisms taking place in a universe with discreet particles or waves.
Bill Gaege’s Rope Hypothesis explains what is happening at the atomic level and across the universe with fundamental and physical objects at the core of his arguments. It is simple, it makes sense, and it’s by far the most plausible explanation for how things work and what things really are...maybe the only explanation.

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Pseudoscience at it's finest

Struggled to finish but did anyway just to be fair to the author. If you're intent upon subjecting yourself to this nonsensical baseless hand-waving, i truly feel for you.

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