Gravity Inside the Splittable Thom
Published: June 09, 2009


Everyone knows that gravity is a force of mutual attraction between masses, and that gravity is a non-contact force; it operates at a distance. According to particle physicists, gravity does not operate inside the “thom”, which they wrongly call an “atom”. The thom contains many subthomic particles. All particles have mass. Gravity is an inherent property of all matter, even if the particle of matter is infinitesimal. It cannot be true that gravity does not operate inside the thom.

It is important for physicists to understand that all subthomic particles are aggregates of atoms, and that gravity is an inherent property of atoms. It is also important to understand that nothing exists but atoms and aggregates of atoms, except the void. If it was true that gravity does not operate inside the thom, there would be no aggregates of subthomic particles. Aggregates are only possible because of the gravity that exists between masses.

Gravity not only operates outside the thom but also inside the thom. Only by understanding how gravity operates within the thom can the behavior of the thom and the subthomic particles really be understood. We know that gravity operates inside the thom because all subthomic particles are aggregates of atoms. Only the gravity of atoms can bring about the existence of aggregates of atoms.

Particle physicists have found more than 20 different aggregates of atoms in the core of the thom! They say that the thom is made up of electrons, protons, neutrons, positrons, neutrionos, mesons, and hyperons. To understand the nature of the universe at its deepest level, we must know how the gravitational interaction of the atoms produces these aggregates and makes them behave.