When doing science in any field the goal is to obtain knowledge. How can one be justified in using ideas that are classified as a phenomenon? Yet be considered the mainstream?
Example. Scientists are the problem. They are considered mainstream only if their theories are based on phenomena. Example: Gravity is considered a phenomenon. It is considered a phenomenon because we cant explain it. Because it doesn't work and it doesn't exist. If it did exist, we would certainly have discovered it by now. However, instead of making the Logical conclusion that we need a real Force. We continue for 200 years with this force. Gravity does not even explain Gravity. Lot alone anything else in our universe. We do not correct the error. What we do is add another phenomenon to explain the first phenomena such as dark matter. Then when that failed they created another phenomenal dark energy. That is science now? You cannot use a phenomenon to explain the phenomenon that explains phenomena. That it's not science under any circumstances or any definition. At best it is witches and Fantasies. This is why they're not finding the truth. They are taking us further away and destroying anyone's chance of seeing reality.
please tell me what is the error not the mathematical error. The error in thinking in this equation don't do the math just common sense. Rember this is the calculation of gravity. Whats missing from the equation? The Newton Force is a quantity that is measured using the standard metric unit known as the Newton. A Newton is abbreviated by an "N." To say "10.0 N" means 10.0 Newton of force. One Newton is the amount of force required to give a 1-kg mass an acceleration of 1 m/s/s. Thus, the following unit equivalency can be stated:
1 Newton = 1 kg • m/s2
Its gravity he does not have gravity in his gravity equation. Because Gravity would not work so he made up a Newton. It's phenomenon. Newtons says a force must have it pair in reverse. I must be stupid what is the opposite of gravity? Am I missing something? His gravity doesn't qualify under his own laws?