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RE: RE: Is Gravity A Misnomer?

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Posted by Roq on October 20, 2000 03:27:06 UTC

Thanks for the informative e-mail. I wish I could understand the mathematics behind all of this to prevent drifting off into misunderstandings!!

Although I`m not sure of the field example as it can`t really differentiate between the "strong" and the "weak". Basically where I see all the theories holes is this artificial distinction between strong and weak to make theories fit observation...

Did they actually detect gravitational waves there a couple of years ago??

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