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Posted by Mike Pearson on February 24, 2002 07:03:48 UTC

Steve
a massive object's gravity production toward
a particular nearby object might be an inefficent one per unit mass, and that much more efficient gravity production per unit mass
by objects with much smaller masses
could be directed 180 degrees opposite...
assuming gravity has tugs of war, which we think
is why orbits are stable...
M

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