Hell emits gravitational waves in response to fluctuations in the human death rate
Therefore hell hath enlarged herself, and opened her mouth without measure: and their glory, and their multitude, and their pomp, and he that rejoiceth, shall descend into it.(Isaiah 5:14) KJV
Popular science (SciPop) wants gravitational waves to be proof of the existence of black holes, but black holes are a paradigm-specific mathematical hack needed to account for the gravitational interaction of the firmament.
Circumstantial evidence like gravitational waves can’t be used to prove black holes, so what else causes them?
In Matty’s Paradigm the largest source of gravity in the universe is the singularity at the center of the Earth. We believe that this singularity is an assembly of souls, and that each soul is a gravity node. Our souls begin their existence in the lower parts of the Earth. Agape gravity propels our souls out of the center to the surface. The life we have is our opportunity to understand and respond to the revealed truth about God and our acceptance or denial of Jesus Christ determines whether our soul escapes the corruption of Earth and goes to heaven or falls into hell.
We’re going to investigate the possibility that hell emits gravitational waves in response to fluctuations in the human death rate. This is Hypothesis 13. This is a work in progress but here it is in its present form.
Gravitational Waves – Navigation
|1.1||Hypothesis 13||Psalms 86:13|
|1.2||Methods of Deducing the Nature of the Soul||Hebrews 4:12|
|2||You Can’t Believe We’re THAT Stupid||1 Corinthians 3:18|
|5.1||Circumstantial evidence||Joshua 9:12|
|5.2||The accuracy of news reports||Exodus 23:1|
|5.3||The accuracy of the LIGO detectors|
|5.4||Order and scheduling in the spirit world||Luke 16:22|
|5.5||Lag between events and detections|
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