# A quantum theory of inertia

Once you understand gravity in quantum terms – oh by the way the gravitational waves fit kinda nicely don’t they – then it’s not too hard to understand inertia in a similar fashion.

Stuff is in place A. That is it’s probability wave has the greatest amplitude – at place A. You want to move it to place B. The probability of it being at B is lower, because it isn’t there yet. So you are working against probability when you move it from A to B, you are having to change the probability at A to less and at B to more. That requires some kind of action, which generally means the expenditure of some kind of energy.

Gravity is stuff tending to move to where stuff already is because there is a higher probability of stuff, any stuff, being there already.

Inertia is stuff wanting to stay where it is because there is a higher probability of if being there than where it is not.

Space (a bunch of dimensions) can be curved by stuff. The stuff tends to be/stay/move-to where it already is, probabilistically speaking, and so does the space.

Accelerating stuff means you are drawing it away from where it probabilistically “wants” to be, so you are also dragging the space “away” from where it probabilistically “wants” to be. So it keeps popping back to where it was a bit as well as being where you are moving it to – it stretches. So does the time dimension. Acceleration stretches (dilates) time.

Einstein was pretty much right, and the quantum gravity and inertia theories I have explained here both support and explain phenomena that Einstein predicted and physicists have since detected – time dilation, curvature of space, and very topically this week, gravitational waves.

“Laws” of physics are really good things generally speaking, but remember, an awful lot of what appears to be a physical law is just the artefact of a high probability. The bible says (Luke 1:37) “For with God nothing shall be impossible” and God doesn’t even need to re-write the laws to make things happen, He just needs to arrange things so that the highly unlikely thing happens to happen by chance anyway. We call such things “miracles.” You are one of those. Miracles and the supernatural are not things that are outside physics, they are just things that are hard to explain using physics, but they are not impossible in terms of physics at all, because it’s all underpinned by probability.

And what you may ask underpins probability?

I’ll leave you these quotes, which if you think deeply about the stuff I’ve been writing about, I think you will see are apposite:

Jeremiah 29:11
(so many times this passage is quoted by people, but look deeper into it, think about the physics, the probabilities, and what God can do with His knowledge. This passage is not ONLY in the bible just to cheer you up)

James 4:14 – Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away.

1 Corinthians 14:33 – For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints.

Colossians 1:17 – And he is before all things, and by him all things consist.