16 thoughts on “The Rope Hypothesis

  1. Hey Bill I meesaged u on patreon about paying u to illustrate some concepts for me in video format because I cannot understand Certain concepts by reading the definition, so if I was to send u 10 concepts and if u were to just record yourself having a image up and speaking on the concept and explaining the definition Visually , Can u please consider allowing me to pay to have u do this because without visually seeing it I will never understand these concepts
    Can I pay using PayPal

  2. Hi Bill,
    Can you please explain the following experiment using the ROPE hypothesis.
    A research team led by Fabrizio Carbone at EPFL carried out an experiment using electrons to image light.
    The researchers have captured, for the first time ever, a single snapshot of light behaving simultaneously as both a wave and a stream of particles.
    reference: “Simultaneous observation of the quantization and the interference pattern of a plasmonic near-field.” Nature Communications 02 March 2015. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7407

  3. Yes you are on the right path with rope theory. I also found there is points connected by ropes/springs which photons pass through creating all matter, one field in my grand unified field theory which solves everything that I’ve come up against.
    First I had to solve the double slit experiment, the solution is that time is 3 dimensional and I provide 3 different simple tweaks to the double slit experiment to triple verify it. That is on doubleslitsolution.weebly.com
    That needs to be understood first then the unified field theory is easier followed.

  4. Long time supporter, and thought I’d drop a comment.

    Your wordpress site is very sleek – hope you don’t mind me asking what theme you’re using?

    (and don’t mind if I steal it? :P)

    I just launched my site –also built in wordpress like yours– but the theme slows (!) the site down quite a bit.

    In case you have a minute, you can find it by searching for “royal cbd” on Google (would appreciate any feedback) – it’s still in the works.

    Keep up the good work– and hope you all take care of yourself during the
    coronavirus scare!


    1. Hi Alex, One of my sons did the WordPress fancy footwork. I just learned how to use it and built the site on the platform he constructed for me. Sorry I can’t help.

  5. Hi Bill,
    In reference to p113 components of the gravitational constant.
    I have an alternative explanation that is intuitive and, more importantly, does not leave any unknown factors.
    speed of light = 3e8 m/s
    Plank length (PL) = 1.616e-35m
    Plank mass (PM) = 2.18e-8 kg
    G = 6.67e-11 m^3/(kg.s^2)
    To solve: G = c^2 x PL / PM
    Check units = c^2 = m^2/s^2; PL = m, PM = kg
    G = m^3 / (s^2.kg) = c^2 = 9e16 PL/PM = 7.43e-28
    It is known that 2 objects each with a given mass will attract one another.
    So, G. the gravitational constant, describes the force of attraction the smallest possible object in the universe exerts (you may call it a torque)
    Smallest possible object is one with plank length = 1.616e-35 & plank mass = 2.18e-8 kg

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