For years we have been hearing about the infallibility of Gravitationalism. But did you know that it is only a theory? Gravitationalism is a cult founded by Isaac Newton who studied the occult and other superstitious ideas science has now been disproven. Newtonist like to point out that when objects go up this they must come down. But this is MICROgravitation, not MACROgravitation which claims large objects revolve around each other. If this theory were true then the moon would fall down onto the Earth, but it doesn't. First Gravitationalist claimed the Earth orbited around the Sun, then they changed that theory to say the whole solar system orbits around the center of the galaxy. Gravitationalist also to say Earth derives all of its energy from the Sun while claiming it is not a religion. This is nothing more than paganism based on ancient myths like Apollo, Helios, and other sun gods. Not only has no one observed this first hand because they say it takes a very long time, but how could the Sun, Earth, Moon, Jupiter, and all the asteroids and comets know to revolve together? Some Gravitationalist say that if you mix salami, cotton, and fire together you can fly. This is dark magic and the Bible warns against it. Gravitationalism has been perpetuated by NWO NASA scientist because if word got out that it was a hoax they would lose all of their funding. Did you know through sin all Men have Fallen and only Yeshua Christos can save you? Can your false prophet Newton and his lies save you from falling?
- What I want to know is where these pointy headed professors all get off with telling me that there's something called "boron", and that it's supposed to be an element. If it was an element, I figured it would be in my Bible. Strong's Concordance says.... X. No such thing as boron. Same with "nitrogen", "helium", and "oxygen", and it's like the man on the TV said, "Oxygen is for losers!" You want to know what elements really are? Earth, air, fire, and water; look at your Bible, they're staring at you from every page. And gold. Maybe gold. - Smerdis of Tlön (talk) 05:25, 7 February 2014 (UTC)