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RE: RE: RE: Antigravity

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Posted by VIE on July 13, 2000 18:59:32 UTC

The reason Gravitons haven`t shown up in the most powerful particle accelerators is that the accelerator would have to be a light year in diameter and accelerate particles at the speed of light and then also reproduce energies of ten to the power of 18 (10^18 [E=mc^2])
The EM and weak force are both caused by Photons, the strong force I`m not sure of so I won`t embarras myself. Contrary to my earlier Message (as you so eliquaintly put it, there are no anti-particles for gravtions,photons etc..) there is no antigraviton, yet you are apperantly not up to date with superstring theory, it tells that a graviton does not exist in the usual 4 dimensions of space-time but in a fith dimension (at the quantum) thus inpercievable to the human. The graviton acts more like rope than a particle thus if we cut the rope : anti-grav

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