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Re: A Parallel To Gravitation

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Posted by Robert on November 5, 2000 06:45:37 UTC

I have read something similar to what you are saying, with gravitons being particles of anti-gravity. When these particles collide with matter, it forces the matter to travel in the opposite direction from which the graviton is travelling, thus resulting in what we call gravity.

This is just what I vaguely remember about gravity.

-Tchzarmok

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