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Re: Re: A Parallel To Gravitation

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Posted by Robert on November 6, 2000 05:26:01 UTC

The Shifting Theory


Gravitons are travelling in all directions at all times. When a graviton strikes a particle, it becomes absorbed. When the particle reaches it's critical mass, it expels the excess gravitons (think of this as a water droplet. it will never form as anything less than a water drop before it falls). After expelling this excess, the center of gravity of the particle "shifts" toward the source from where the most graviton strikes originated.

Larger objects are capable of absorbing greater amounts of gravitons before releasing the excess, and any objects that are struck by this excess, tend to "shift" toward the larger object. This supports that the larger the object, the more specific gravity that object exerts on other objects.

In a model where a particle is being struck equally by all sides, it would vibrate in place.


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