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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on July 18, 2006 02:56:09 UTC

Photons are graviton manifestations about null space as they appear in positive space. Photons "show" null space, they don't necessarily have access to null space.
Neutrons are graviton manifestations about null space for negative space...again they don't necessarily have access to null space.
Think of gravitons being like a CD side is charge, the other side is mass. For wont of better terms that is where I leave it. The thickness of the disk might be zero...not sure though.
In postive space, charge is distinct acceleration, and mass is spread momentum. In negative space, mass is dinstinct acceleration and charge is spread momentum. Matter can be thought of as negative space confined by a time element...but there may be more to it than that.

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