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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 19, 2005 17:25:23 UTC

Consider this...only in positive space can the electromagnetic force and the gravitation force can conteract-act each other. Photons only have momentum in positive space, and with my idea gravitons can only have momentum in positive space. Just like electrons in atoms, gravity particles must have quantum states or just one HUGE one state within each atom. The gravity particle IS within each atom. It might be between the nucleus and the electon orbitals. Think about beta-decay...the electron must pass through this one or several quantum states of gravity before it is ejected from the atom...once this electron passes through the gravity quantum area, it is ejected. So each atom MUST have gravity quantum zone. I don't know why the gravity particle hasn't been detected yet...but it must have quantum state or states within each atom.

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