113) “The idea that people are standing, ships are sailing and planes are flying upside down on certain parts of Earth while others tilted at 90 degrees and all other impossible angles is complete absurdity. The idea that a man digging a hole straight down could eventually reach sky on the other side is ludicrous. Common sense tells every free-thinking person correctly that there truly is an “up” and “down” in nature, unlike the “everything is relative” rhetoric of the Newtonian/Einsteinian paradigm.”
Before we get into the details, neither Newton or Einstein said the “everything is relative”, nor did they ever believe that. Newton, as is well known, was a devout Christian all his life. Einstein’s relativity is based on the knowledge that the speed of light, amongst many other things, is absolutely NOT relative. But then, Dubay doesn’t know anything about that, does he?
Dubay says : “Common sense tells every free-thinking person correctly that there truly is an “up” and “down” in nature”
Well, of course there is: up is away from the centre of gravity of the earth or the moon or whatever planet you are standing on, while down is towards the centre of gravity. But he mans something altogether less clear, and less rational.
Well, just being unable to wrap your head around the idea that an invisible force can be strong enough to make materially seperate objects stick to each other, even when turned upside down, is in no way a disproof of the existence of that force.
The same way a person probably wouldn't believe in the existence of magnetism until being presented with actual magnets.
Centuries ago many people wouldn't have believed that radios or airplanes could work because they had no understanding of their functional principles.
Again, calling something "magic" usually means that you just didn't get the trick.