Who said gravity is a perfect explanation for everything? What a weird position.
I'm just quoting you guys here; I certainly never did!
QuoteI suppose if you are willing to believe in God any ridiculous thing can make sense, but I feel like a lot of people who argue in favor of gravity as a real thing don't even believe in God which is just bewildering. How can you believe that you are magically attached to a giant whizzing ball without also believing in Divine Providence having stuck you there?
Because of evidence.
Psssh, flimsy at best.
QuoteFET requires no God because it requires no magic.
Yes, well if I make up properties of a theory to make it sound ridiculous it will also sound ridiculous.
This doesn't address the issue.
QuoteThat is why it is the superior theory.
And it is a terrible theory because it can't offer up a cogent explanation for what we observe.
It is a superior theory because it doesn't strain to make up cogent explanations for what we observe.
If I were to be as dishonest as you, I would just use your terrible "Magic" argument on various components that have been offered up: like UA. It is even less descriptive than gravity as a theory. Gravity has trouble describing the very very big and the very very small. UA has trouble describing anything outside a completely homogeneous space, which, as we know, does not exist.
At least UA is consistent with what we observe, whether it is the correct theory or not. Gravity is simply not consistent with what we observe!