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Some more interesting open sourced thoughts on gravity relating to climate

Here are some thoughts from Alistair Riddick which really caught my eye.

These are thoughts casually written down on a forum,  so take the delivery into consideration there is Is some profound rationale here:

Nigel Best Think about this.

One thing holds air to the planet = gravity.
Without gravity there would be atmosphere.
Without gravity there would be no barometric pressure.
Barometric pressure fluctuations are the primary cause of could formation.
Barometric pressure is the ONLY source of pressure, and without pressure you have no heat.

So ask yourself. What do you know about gravity?

Ask yourself what does humanity, collectively know about gravity.

We THINK it is a "force". Like from Star Wars.

That magically makes things want to be together. BUT. That is a theoretical belief.

One other theory proposes it is an emergent phenomena and not a force at all.

Another theory suggests it is made by quantum loops.

Another theory suggests it is made by 1, 10, 11, and 12 dimensional vibrating quantum-scale strings.

Another theory suggests it is the result of "turbulence" within some theorized quantum foam.

The list of theories attempting to explain gravity, the most fundamental, primary, prerequisite understanding necessary to understand Earth's energy budget and resulting climate has over two dozen hypothesized candidate theories.

Every single theory is mathematically unique.

So again the question. "How well do you think humans understand the most important ingredient in understanding climate?"

(p.s. none of these are thought to actually be exactly correct).

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