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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 20, 2005 16:36:57 UTC

Free electrons are the perfect gravity particle with a charge to mediate the dimensional aspects of space and the neutrino flux it encounters. The reason electrons were needed was to deal with the neutrino flux that matter in the initial space possesed. The reason there are electrons in quantum probability states are to shield the nucleus from the everpresent nuetrino flux. Also, because of momentum characteristics of neutrinos, matter tends to affect the distribution of neutrinos. Space is being left with a greater flux of a certain type of neutrinos due to matter to where it is characteristically becoming more anti-gravity. So, the perfect gravity particle is the electron. Don't believe that neutrinos are not having an effect...they are having a huge effect on protons and neutrons.

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