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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on March 3, 2001 03:16:12 UTC

You say gravity "pulls". Newton never said that because he observed only that two bodies are impelled together, but he did not know by what. He purposely avoided using the "pull" term. You seem to think that gravity force is an inherent attribute of matter. Perhaps you could give us your mechanical theory of how this force is developed by matter.

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