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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 20, 2005 18:21:01 UTC

The inflationary epoch also described the immense neutrino flash...this occured when the G and E forces decoupled in positive space. Neutrinos are gravitons. They also in our present state travel slightly slower, at, and slightly faster than the speed of light. They ARE interacting with mass particles in momentum states, they do give gravity charactersics to matter. All mass particles constantly switch their spin states as a result of interactions. Electrons are needed as buffers, because the neutrino flux destabilizes protons and neutrons. Mass also affects neutrino densities...more faster than light neutrinos are gradually becoming distributed in space.

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