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Gravity Particle Exists In Just Two Dimensions In Matter

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 19, 2005 17:35:16 UTC

Thinking about it more....the gravity particle confines itself in just two dimensions of space, or maybe it can be one or two....one must look for one folded up dimension. Think about it...electrons in three dimensions, and thus gravity within two dimensions only.

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