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Mass Doesnt Cause Gravity.

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Posted by Sammy Jo on May 5, 2004 09:59:36 UTC

A very bright poster to another forum, noticed mass doesnt make for gravity. Magnetism from electrical forces make gravity. Moon has mass, yet no gravity. A balloon has no mass, yet static cling will make it have gravity if you only rub it and charge it, and it sticks to anything CHARGED.

Our planet and sun both have electro-magnetic field charging. THIS is what makes for Gravity.

Therefore: Mass has less effects on physics when we DISCLUDE it from a gravitational force, and science needs a rewrite. Einstein's 9th grade education is showing here, as is the wartime trojan horse to science.

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