UB Does it Again, and Again

By Paul Herrick

From page 39 of the July 2015 Scientific American magazine:

"On large scales, ordinary gravitationally bound matter does not act in ways consistent with
the known laws of physics---"

From The Urantia Book (1955)

42:11.5 Linear-gravity response is a quantitative measure of nonspirit energy. All mass—
organized energy—is subject to this grasp except as motion and mind act upon it. Linear
gravity is the short-range cohesive force of the macrocosmos somewhat as the forces of intra-
atomic cohesion are the short-range forces of the microcosmos. Physical materialized energy,
organized as so-called matter, cannot traverse space without affecting linear-gravity
response. Although such gravity response is directly proportional to mass, it is so modified by
intervening space that the final result is no more than roughly approximated when expressed
as inversely according to the square of the distance. Space eventually conquers linear
gravitation because of the presence therein of the antigravity influences of numerous
supermaterial forces which operate to neutralize gravity action and all responses thereto.

From page 24 of the August 2015 Astronomy magazine:

"This process releases photons that, after thousands of years of bouncing off dense material
within the star, finally penetrate the surface to fly toward our telescopes."

From The Urantia Book (1955)

41:5.4 It requires more than one-half million years for an X-ray-stimulated electron to work its
way from the very center of an average sun up to the solar surface, whence it starts out on its
space adventure, maybe to warm an inhabited planet, to be captured by a meteor, to
participate in the birth of an atom, to be attracted by a highly charged dark island of space, or
to find its space flight terminated by a final plunge into the surface of a sun similar to the one
of its origin.