The earth knows the position of the sun constantly. Light is not the fastest thing in the universe.

What is the Speed of Gravity? | Space News

Quantum experiments have long demonstrated that subatomic particles somehow “know” about each other instantly, and at great distances. Institutional science utilizes terms such as quantum entanglement and spooky action to describe the phenomena. But the Electric Universe theory offers a very different perspective. The speed of light limit to communication imposed by the theory of relativity is not a universal speed limit. In this Space News episode, Bishop Nicholas Sykes elaborates the fundamental differences in this regard between those of the Electric Universe and standard cosmology.

What is the Speed of Gravity? | Space News

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One Response to “The earth knows the position of the sun constantly. Light is not the fastest thing in the universe.”

  1. Human says:

    (I guess) Gravity is a force of inertia, being electric in nature is conducive of electrostatic charge. Mass exerts the force of gravity on other mass so is simply electrostatic attraction between particles so velocity is relative to the force of attraction between types of mass, the velocity depends on strength of attraction such as an electro magnet or the moon which is weak for it’s size.
    So gravitational speed is dependant on the velocity of electrons, protons and especially the presence and quantity of neutrons rather than gravity in itself which is inert unless a force of mass interacts with other mass exerting or exchanging a charge.

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